Monday Mar 30, 2015

Solving problems with EJB DataControl in ADF


An EJB data control in Oracle ADF is a great feature to integrate our ADF application with a more traditional JEE technology stack, such as JMS, MDBs, singletons, timers etc. With a few simple clicks all of those wonderful technologies become part of the Fusion Application. But sometimes we may encounter problems which do not seem to be obvious in terms of how to solve them. In this post I would like to share some of my experience in integrating JEE world into the ADF application.

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Thursday Jan 01, 2015

Oracle Fusion Middleware EMEA Partner Community Forum 2015

OFMforum2015

Take this opportunity and register now for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum XX Budapest in on March 3rd & 4th 2015 with hands-on training on March 5th & 6th

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Monday Dec 15, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle AppAdvantage powered by Oracle Fusion Middleware

Oracle AppAdvantage

Modern organizations require applications to seamlessly extend, integrate, become more agile, and embrace new business imperatives, including social, mobile, cloud, and big data.

These Organizations use Oracle Fusion Middleware to integrate, extend, configure, and secure their applications, including E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Siebel. The Oracle AppAdvantage program includes a layered strategy with Technology that can be pursued independently or used together as part of a coordinated program with Applications already deployed or others planned to be purchased.

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Wednesday Oct 22, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle JDeveloper 12c : Productive Java-based Application Development

Jdeveloper 12.1.3Oracle JDeveloper provides a productive development environment that covers the full development lifecycle and integrates features addressing the multitude of technologies used for building standard-based enterprise applications.

Oracle’s free IDE simplifies developers life by integrating features for Java, HTML5, SOA, Web, Mobile, Database, XML, and Web services into a single development environment. Oracle JDeveloper is engineered to make the end user developer as productive as possible. A very adaptable IDE that can be both customized and extended to meet your requirements.

The latest release of JDeveloper aligns with the latest Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3) and introduces quite a few new features for the IDE itself, Java EE and Web Development, Web Services Development, Oracle Weblogic Server and SOA 12c integration, Database Development, ADF 12c and a lot more we are going to explore.

During this webcast will attempt to summarize and review all of the improvements and additions introduced leading to an enhanced overall development experience in Oracle JDeveloper 12c (12.1.3.0.0)

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Friday Jun 27, 2014

Partner Webcast – Modernizing Oracle Forms for the Cloud era

Oracle Forms is one of the most widely used tools for building applications for the Oracle database.  Many organizations still run enterprise Oracle Forms applications created in the 90s, leading in thousands of customers successfully running their core business systems on Oracle Forms technology. They now wonder about the future of their application.

While Forms has been used widely, there has been no simple way to take your existing Forms into the cloud era to address requirements such as mobile, mobile applications and integration.  Oracle provides a roadmap to modernize applications based on Oracle Forms technology by providing an incremental approach for developers who need to extend their business platform to Java

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Monday Apr 07, 2014

ADF and alternate unique keys revisited

Today I'd like to share a quick (and dirty) trick to handle one nuisance of well known pattern to achieve uniqueness of "non-primary key" ADFBC entity attributes. If you ever needed to enforce a particular attribute to contain globally unique values you may end up with two solutions:

1. Check it on the db site and then handle the unique constraint violation exception in DCExceptionHandler replacing dirty SQL message with a pretty one that you provide

2. Try to catch it before it even reaches DB and handle it in a nice way using entity validation messages

Obviously the second approach seems to be much better from both architectural and practical point of view (let alone the fact that it does not rule out using the former one at the same time!).

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