Monday Jul 08, 2013
When working in JDeveloper on customizations, you might hit errors in the console for missing an application specific resource or NoClassDefFoundException. This happens because all the required libraries to customize a page may not have been added to the Fusion Customization Application workspace.[Read More]
Tuesday Jul 02, 2013
By Oliver Steinmeier on Jul 02, 2013
Yesterday we officially launched our new YouTube channel. Today we are announcing another initiative that we have been working on for a while: to help you learn common customization tasks, we are going to publish a series of detailed How-To documents with lots of screenshots. Many of these will also be the script for a YouTube video, giving you the choice to see it in action or go through the steps yourself guided by a PDF document.
The focus of the initial set of How-Tos will be JDeveloper/ADF customizations, but over time we will expand into other areas. Today's first document is meant to get everyone up to the point where a JDeveloper environment is up and running: a white paper that shows you how to set up JDeveloper, configure the integrated WLS domain, and make a very, very simple customization work.
As always we are looking for your feedback. Please let us know whether this is helpful for your work or learning, and what use cases you would like to see us document in these How-Tos.
Friday Apr 19, 2013
By Vik Kumar on Apr 19, 2013
Fusion Extensibility Guide Section 10.2.2 Customizing the Artifacts mentions “All customizations for ADF business components must be done in the Global layer. View layer customizations can be made in any other layer except User”. You may wonder why such a restriction is necessary for ADFbc? To understand that we need to understand the life cycle of ADFbc first.
Tuesday Feb 19, 2013
By Richard Bingham on Feb 19, 2013
After working with the Applications User Experience team for some time on various initiatives, I was invited to attend their latest pilot course, and as I was just about to move from Oracle Support into the all new Fusion Applications Developer Relations team, it seemed like a great start.[Read More]
Wednesday Jan 23, 2013
By Richard Bingham on Jan 23, 2013
If you are new to the Fusion Applications platform and want to build customizations and extensions, you might wonder how to get started. This series of blog posts will show you how to find the tools and documentation for JDeveloper-based implementations and get them installed. For some applications and deployment options, web-based composers offer alternative customization options. We will talk about those in separate articles.[Read More]
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