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  • September 30, 2011

Off to Oracle World and Why You Need to Pre-Register for Sessions!

Sunday I'm catching an early flight to San Francisco for the conference of the year, Oracle World.  Its a packed few days for me.  I'm literally off the plane, baggage, customs and then straight to the Moscone Center for the ADF EMG day.

Monday I have customer meetings, demo grounds and two presentations.  Tuesday, same again! By Wednesday all my sessions have been delivered so I might try and catch some of the other ADF and Forms presentations, although I have a 3 1/2 hour stint on the Forms demo ground.  Then Thursday its back home....oh, and there are a few parties to "meet and greet" each night.

So its going to be a pretty full on few days but its all worth while when I see how many people are pre-registered for my sessions.  Nearly 350 pre-registered for "Getting Started with Oracle ADF: What You Need to Know". "Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development with Oracle ADF" is already over 50% subscribed and both "What's Your Choice for Oracle Forms: Modernize, Upgrade, Integrate, or Migrate?" and "Redeveloping a Forms Application in Oracle ADF: A Case Study" have over 160 pre-registrations between them.

The lesson here is that if you really do want to see one of these sessions, get pre-registered.  Otherwise you might be disappointed...of course can you just turn up but you only get in once all of the pre-registered line gets seated first.


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Comments ( 5 )
  • guest Tuesday, October 4, 2011

    Hi Grant,

    A question about your book (Quick Start Guide to ..) in Chapter 6.

    I am going through your book and following along with the code. I typed the code on page 78, and when I tried to test it as described on page 79, I get an error message as follows:

    (oracle.jbo.JboException) JBO-29000: Unexpected exception caught: java.lang.NullPointerException, msg=null

    ----- Level 1: Detail 0 -----

    (java.lang.NullPointerException) null

    My output on the View-->Operations box when I click the Execute button is:

    Result: success

    Return value: NULL

    Here is the code:

    public boolean cancelCurrentOrder() {

    OrdersViewRowImpl cr = (OrdersViewRowImpl)getCurrentRow();

    //check to see if the order is currently "live" (orderStatus=1)

    if (cr.getOrderStatus().equals(new Number(1))) {

    //set the orderStatus to cancelled by customer (Status 3)

    //cr.setOrderStatus(new Number(3));

    cr.setOrderStatus(new Number(3));

    //Assign the order to a new customer care rep

    cr.setSalesRepId(new Number(101));

    return true;

    }

    return false;

    }

    Do you know what is causing the error? Thanks.

    JDev version is 11.1.1.4.0 and Oracle DB is 11gR2.

    Regards,

    Venkat


  • Grant Tuesday, October 4, 2011

    Do you know which line actually fails? To make the code more "readable" I didn't include checks for nulls so it could be, for example that you executing the code on a customer which has no orders and so a call to maybe "getCurrentRow" is failing.

    I just tried the code and it works ok - but if I select a customer which has no orders it fails.

    hope this helps

    Grant


  • Hugo Friday, August 17, 2012

    I'm running into the same problem. The code even if typed perfectly it's not working. I'm sure it's a small fix. I just dont have the answer.

    I've attached a screenshot of JDeveloper open w/the AM running displaying the error. I hope this helps you help me. http://imm.io/AScB

    I'm using JDeveloper v 11.1.1.6.0

    oracle XE

    Thanks!

    Hugo


  • Grant Friday, August 17, 2012

    Obvious question, do you have a getCustomerId method in that class? I don't see it in the screen shot? Also what is the result of the stack trace?


  • Hugo Friday, August 17, 2012

    No the method is not in that class. I only see a reference in OrdersViewRowImpl.java. Another thing I noticed, when I generated the classes in the JDeveloper UI it created 4 classes as opposed to three in the text book. The fourth one being view.common.OrdersViewRow (Client Interface).

    Here's the stack trace

    http://imm.io/AU3N


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