Are you Looking for Options after Woodstock Components?

If you are a Woodstock developer and are wondering what other options do you have in the JSF/AJAX components space -after the announcement that Sun no longer will be developing the Woodstock components. We have good news, you can evaluate to use the ADF Faces Rich Client components.

How do you get started? We have put up a page on OTN for all the Woodstock developers, that contains a Matrix showing the equivalences of ADF RC and Woodstock and also contains how-to get started tutorials and useful links.

http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/adf/adffaces/woodstock2adfMatix.html

Comments:

Hi Juan, I have two questions. I developed a web application with more than 135 dialogues. Is there a way to convert to ADF Faces and can I use ADF in Netbeans as a plugin instead of woodstock? Thank you for your help Regards form Bavaria Peter

Posted by Peter Magsam on July 05, 2010 at 06:44 PM PDT #

Hi Peter, There is not an official migrator that I know of. However and depending on the properties of the dialog, this could become a find/replace exercise. In other words manual re-write. You can use ADF in NB by adding the design time classes into your project but at this point there are no plugins available. It would be better if you try to open your Woodstock app in JDeveloper and then use the visual editor and property inspector to work with the ADF components. Cheers, Juan C.

Posted by juan.ruiz on July 06, 2010 at 10:05 AM PDT #

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