ADF How-To #1: Exposing an Existing VO Attribute in the UI

In this week's How-To we are explaining how to customize a table by adding additional attribute to it from the underlying View Object using table edit properties. The detailed steps can be found here . We have also prepared a video walking you through the steps, available via our Youtube Channel.

For any questions or comments, please use the comments section below or visit our OTN forum. We are always looking for topic suggestions for additional How-Tos.

Comments:

Hello Vik,

Nice post! It would be great if you would include (in this post or in a separate one) what the correct way to deploy the customization is.

Best regards,
Martijn

Posted by Martijn Rijpkema on July 11, 2013 at 10:09 AM PDT #

I am glad Martijn that you liked this post. I will soon post another one to explain how to deploy customizations to a standalone Weblogic Server.

Posted by guest on July 11, 2013 at 10:20 AM PDT #

Hi Vik,

I am loving it. Very good. It will be good if you can show us how to get the ear file name from the Page Composer. Is it that we need to get the product name from the Page composer and then from EM Topology view we can get the ear file for the corresponding product?

Thanks,
Mehabub

Posted by Mehabub Sheikh on July 11, 2013 at 12:58 PM PDT #

Hi Mehabub,

Sorry it seems to be not possible to get the ear file containing a particular artifact via EM Topology. What you can do is to grep the ears to find the artifact you are interested to customize. We will work on a solution to make it easier.

Thanks!
Vik

Posted by Vik on July 17, 2013 at 12:18 PM PDT #

Hi Vik,

Thank you for the information. If you could update this post or post a new one with the steps then that will be great.

Thanks,
Mehabub

Posted by Mehabub Sheikh on July 19, 2013 at 11:35 AM PDT #

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