New OBE Series: Oracle Cloud and JDeveloper/ADF
By Tmcginn-Oracle on Mar 07, 2013
OBE of the Month: Oracle Cloud and JDeveloper/ADF
In this Oracle By Example (OBE) series, you will learn how to develop and deploy Oracle ADF applications to Oracle Cloud by using Oracle JDeveloper. The tutorial series covers using both Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service, and introduces you to securing applications using Oracle Identity Management built into Oracle Cloud.
Oracle JDeveloper 11g (18.104.22.168.0) is nicely integrated with Oracle Cloud, providing a single tool to manage both your database and Java services. In Part 1 of the tutorial, you will create create and populate your database tables directly from JDeveloper. In Part 2, you will deploy and run a simple HR management application that uses the database you created in part 1.
In part 3, you will secure an application in Oracle Cloud and demonstrate how to restrict access to ADF components and flows based on authentication and authorization using Oracle Identity Management features.
Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service and use these OBE's to learn more about Oracle Cloud and practice your skills with JDeveloper and ADF.
Check out all of the free tutorials and other resources for Oracle Cloud on the Oracle Learning Library, and look for additional OBE's using NetBeans and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse with Oracle Cloud coming soon!