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Running ADF BC REST Service Together with ADF Faces Application by Andrejus Baranovskis

Juergen Kress
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ADF 12c provides out of the box support for ADF BC REST API. It is straightforward to create ADF BC REST service and run it. But what if you would like to expose ADF BC REST for existing ADF application with ADF Faces UI. This could be useful if there is a requirement to handle ADF Bindings access to ADF BC along with light ADF BC REST service API implementation for Oracle JET or other JavaScript clients. The same ADF application could handle two types of client access - ADF Faces and REST.
When you create ADF BC REST application, JDeveloper creates REST Model and WebService projects. Technically speaking, if you have existing ADF application with Model and ViewController, you could add third project for REST Web Service by yourself. Two configuration files are required - web.xml and weblogic.xml (if ADF Security is enabled):

ADF BC REST is exposed to the client through ADF servlet. It doesnt work to enable ADF BC REST servlet in ADF Faces project web.xml. This requires to have separate WAR deployment for ADF BC REST and different context root.

 

 

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