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  • October 4, 2015

Using Shared AM to Cache and Display Table Data by Andrejus Baranovskis

Juergen Kress
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clip_image002This post is based on Steve Muench sample Nr. 156. In my personal opinion, ADF samples implemented by Steve Muench still remain one of the best source of examples and solutions for various ADF use cases. Sample Nr. 156 describes how to use Shared AM to display cached data in UI table. Typically Shared AM's are used to implement cached LOV's (session or application scope). But it could go beyond LOV, based on the use case we could display cached data in the table or form. I have tested this approach with 12c and it works fine.
Download sample application - ADFBCSharedSessionLOVApp.zip. AM is defined with application scope cache level - this means cached data will be available for multiple users:
In order to display cached data on UI and pass it through ADF bindings layer, we need to use Shared AM configuration in bindings: Read the complete article here.

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