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First steps with REST services on ADF Business Components by Jeroen Rijnboutt

Juergen Kress
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Recently we had a challenge at a customer for which ADF REST resources on Business Components were the perfect solution.

Our application is built in Oracle JET and of course we wanted nice REST services to communicate with. Because our data is stored in an Oracle database we needed an implementation to easily access the data from JET. We decided on using ADF and Business Components to achieve this. Of course there are alternative solutions available but because our application runs as a portal in Webcenter Portal, ADF was already in our technology stack. I would like to share some of my first experiences with this ADF feature. We will be using ADF 12.2.1.1.

In this introduction we will create a simple application, the minimal required set of business components and a simple REST service. There are no prerequirements to start using the REST functionality in ADF. If you create a custom application you can choose to add the feature for REST Services but it is not necessary. Start with making a simple EO and VO:

Before you can create any REST services, you need to define your first release version. The versions of REST resources are managed in the adf-config.xml. Go to this file, open the Release Versions tab and create version 1. The internal name is automatically configured based on your input: Read the complete article here.

 

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