Friday Mar 28, 2014

Working with the select Many Checkbox component by Antonis Antoniou

I recently came across a simple, yet not so straightforward use case as it seems for many ADF developers on the JDeveloper & ADF forum so I decided to blog about it.

The requirement was to use the selectManyCheckbox component and to save the selection in the database in a varchar2 column of type.

So I created a custom table in the HR schema, MY_EMPLOYEES with 3 columns; ID (number), NAME (varchar2) and DEPARTMENTS (varchar2).

I then created the basic ADFBC objects (an entity MyEmployees based on the MY_EMPLOYEES table, a view MyEmployeesView based on the MyEmployees entity and an application module AppModule that has the MyEmployeesView selected in the data model). Read the complete article here.

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