Your Chance to Change the ADF Future

One of my roles at Oracle is to look at how our internal and external customers are using Oracle ADF and help them succeed.  That success might be how you can convince your management to use ADF, it could be training a group of new developers or it might a developer successfully building an ADF application.

So how can we help you be successful?  There are many ways:  it might be on demand training, on site training, white papers, blogs or books.  The question I want to know is what will make you successful with Oracle ADF, and how can we help you.

To better understand your needs and how we can help, I've set up an ADF Survey.  This should probably take less than five minutes to complete but will shape how we can help you.  The survey focuses on some general topics and delivery mechanism for enablement.  This survey is not looking for feedback specifically on the ADF software or JDeveloper (lets take one step at a time).

I'd urge you to take this opportunity to shape how we can help you be successful and please pass the link on and blog/tweet it - the more data we have the better the vision of how we can help.


Comments:

I am in the middle of a pilot app to demonstrate the usefulness of Oracle ADF. I am convinced. But, I need to now convince management.

I believe my success depends on how smoothly the pilot goes.

My pilot is a an app to present data using the hierarchy Viewer.

I have the data rendering, but need to include the following functionality:
1. ability to perform a simple search of the nodes in the hierarchy view
2. ability to have a context menu that will invoke a serve-side process

Any resources or samples you can provide, would be helpful.

Posted by Darrell Bulloch on January 04, 2013 at 06:46 PM GMT #

Darrell, I general point people to the JDeveloper/ADF OTN forums for technical questions like this. That way you benefit from the whole ADF community. Basically all that you require is do-able. See https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/entry/simple_hierarchy_viewer_search_with as an example for 1
regards

Posted by Grant on January 07, 2013 at 09:20 AM GMT #

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