Friday May 04, 2012

Oracle ADF Developer - A bimonthly newsletter for developers interested in or using the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).

The inaugural Oracle ADF Developer Newsletter is scheduled to make its appearance the first week of June. This newsletter will cover everything Oracle JDeveloper/ADF and OEPE/ADF from Events, Blog entries not only from Oracle Product Management and Development but also from ACE Directors and others developing with Oracle ADF, new ADF Insiders and much more.  What is required of you to receive this newsletter? Simply subscribe via your Oracle Web Account or if you don't have one, it only takes a few steps to create one. Here are the steps, along with images, to follow in modifying/creating your Oracle Web Account and subscribing to the new Oracle ADF Newsletter.

Creating a new Oracle Web Account

Go to http://www.oracle.com and select "Sign In/Register for Account".

Select "Sign Up for a free Oracle Web account".

Complete the New User Registration Page.

Under Subscription Center | Oracle Technology News select "Oracle ADF Developer". Be sure to Confirm/Save the page and you will receive the first Oracle ADF Developer newsletter in June.

 Modify existing Oracle Web Account

Go to http://www.oracle.com. Login with your credentials by selecting "Sign In/Register for Account".

Once authenticated, select "Account".

Under Subscription Center | Oracle Technology News select "Oracle ADF Developer". Be sure to Confirm/Save the page and you will receive the first Oracle ADF Developer newsletter in June.

Oracle employees can subscribe via the Access Provision System (APS) and should follow these steps internally:


  • Go to APS
  • Click the Access & Mailing Lists tab
  • Choose the Beehive Groups subtab
  • Under "Group Action" select "Subscribe to Groups"
  • In Groups Name field, view all newsletters by searching for "%ADF%"
  • Select the newsletters needed and click "Next Step"
  • The group name of the newsletter is  NL_ORACLE_ADF_DEVELOPER_WW_GRP

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