Note - Jdev 11g Production

JDeveloper 11g Production 1. There is no longer a standalone ADF installer for ADF 11g. Installing JDeveloper 11g Studio automatically installs Oracle WebLogic Server and creates a domain that is configured to run ADF; you can also use the JDeveloper 11g installer to configure an existing Oracle WebLogic installation to run ADF applications. 2. Jdev11g Production Supports below list of Application Servers : Oracle WebLogic Server 10g release 3 (10.3) Tomcat 6.x JBoss 4.3 WebLogic 9 3. Jdev11g does not support Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.3) 4. OJVM OJVM was Oracle's Java VM implementation written to provide a richer set of features and improved performance for debugging and profiling than was possible with older versions of other VMs. Over time other VMs have introduced better capabilities for debugging and profiling, and Oracle is changing its strategy to integrate with these VMs instead of maintaining our own. OJVM was deprecated in JDeveloper 10.1.3 (original announcement) and has been removed in JDeveloper 11g. You should use Sun's HotSpot VM (client or server) instead for testing, debugging, and profiling application code. The following JDeveloper features are effected by this change: Debugger: The ability to Set Next Statement, which was specific to OJVM, has been removed. This feature may be reintroduced in the future if and when such features can be implemented with HotSpot. Profilers: The JDeveloper profilers in 10.1.3 and previous versions were specific to OJVM. JDeveloper 11g has a functionally equivalent CPU profiler and Memory profiler working on JVMTI (a standard API implemented by Sun's JVM). The event profiler has been removed. CodeCoach: CodeCoach is no longer part of the JDeveloper product. Many of the results generated by CodeCoach are already reported in real time by the audit and metrics features of JDeveloper. Some CodeCoach results (such as Array usage information) have not been replaced 5. 10g ADF Faces Components The ADF Faces component libraries supported in ADF 10g have been desupported and replaced by the Apache MyFaces Trinidad Components. When an application built with the 10g components is opened in JDeveloper 11g, all of the ADF Faces components will be automatically migrated to the equivalent Trinidad components. You can also use the Trinidad components to build new applications; or you may wish to use the new ADF Faces Rich Client components. 6. Web Browsers Supported by JDeveloper IE 7.0 Firefox 2.0 Firefox 3.0 Safari 3.0 7. Know Issues http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/htdocs/11/knownissues.html
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