Sunday May 10, 2015

Creating Data Control in Jdeveloper from REST Service in Oracle Database

In this post I will be showing you how to create data controls for a mobile application in Jdeveloper to consume a REST service deployed as a RESTful Service Module on Oracle Database Cloud.

Oracle REST Data Services (formerly known as APEX Listener) is a JavaEE based implementation that offers increased functionality, enhanced security and file caching for REST resources.

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Thursday Feb 12, 2015

Oracle MAF 2.1 old-way remote debugging

Oracle MAF 2.1 comes with a new, more integrated debugging concept. In essence, in order to debug an application, one just needs to hit the debug command in the menu, and JDeveloper takes care of the rest.

However, there are situations when the "old way" - manually attaching to remote java process - might be preferred or required. So how can we achieve it?

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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 (

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Monday Mar 31, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle ADF Mobile - Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Off Line

Online Event: Oracle Mobile Strategy Update

Mobile access to enterprise applications is fast becoming a standard part of corporate life. Such applications increase organizational efficiency because mobile devices are more readily at hand than their desktop counterparts. A Mobile Application Framework enables rapid and declarative development of rich, on-device mobile applications.

In most cases, your Oracle ADF Mobile application will need to integrate with a remote data source to provide up-to-date data in the mobile application.

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Thursday Aug 29, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Public Cloud for ISVs: Migrating Java EE and ADF applications to the cloud - 12 Sep 2013

Webcast Series: Developing Applications in Oracle's Public Cloud - Watch Now

Oracle delivers the broadest selection of enterprise-grade cloud solutions, allowing everyone to offload IT management and focus on growing business.

Oracle Java Cloud Service provides an enterprise-grade platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. With the Oracle Java Cloud Service, businesses can maximize productivity with instant access to cloud environments that support any Java EE application, complete with integrated security and database access. It allows businesses to reap all the benefits of Platform as a Service.

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Tuesday Aug 27, 2013

How to use ojserver in JDeveloper's 12c maven pom

As we know the latest version of JDeveloper 12c offers a complete support for Maven including handling all ADF-related dependencies in form of ADF libraries. When you create a new application JDeveloper by default asks you to choose one of three available building options, the second of which is Maven. This allows you to create your ADF application with ready to use pom.xml which would handle all compiling, packaging and deploying tasks for you. Oracle has added two specific Maven plugins to automate the building process:

1. ojmake - compiles your sources

2. ojdeploy - old, good headless JDeveloper which packages your files and performs all necessary magic to make your ADF app run.

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