Friday Nov 30, 2012

Introducing the ADF Desktop Integration Troubleshooting Guide


Since the addition of ADF Desktop Integration to the ADF Framework, a number of customers internal and external, have started extending their applications in use cases around integration with MS Excel. In an effor to share the knowledge collected since the product came out, we are happy to launch the ADF Desktop Integration Troubleshooting Guide, where usera can find an active collection of best practices to figuring out how to best approach issues while using ADF Desktop Integration. Be sure to bookmark this link and make sure to check it out, plenty of scenarios are covered and more will be added as we continue identifying them. 

Monday Mar 22, 2010

ADF Desktop Integration Security Explained

 

ADFdi provides a secure access to spreadsheets within MS-Excel. Developers as well as administrators could wonder how the security features work in this mixed layout -having MS-Excel accessing JavaEE business services? and also what do system administrators should expect when deploying an ADF solution that offers ADFdi capabilities?

Shaun Logan from the ADFdi team published an excellent article back in January where you can find in a great detail the ADF desktop integration security features and implementation.

You can find the article here:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/jdev/security-1.pdf

Enjoy!

 

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