Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

My Oracle Support Site now Running on Oracle ADF

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

Exactly a year ago I delivered an internal ADF training to a bunch of developers from the Oracle BI team.

Tagging along to this training were 5 other developers from another part of Oracle. They were very focused on specific use cases they had in mind and had very deep questions about ADF's functionality. Since then I had exchanged emails with them here and there answering various ADF questions, but mostly they were working under the radar.

Well, this weekend their ADF based application has gone production - and you can check it out here:


 Yes it is the new interface for the My Oracle Support site, and it is all based on ADF 11g.

One more example of Oracle "practicing what we preach" and using our own products to build our own applications, and one more public Web site built with ADF for those who are looking to see what can you do with ADF.

Great work guys.

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Comments ( 4 )
  • guest Wednesday, February 1, 2012

    ON my Chrome Browser it dose not render correctly.

    Firefox work perfectly

  • shay Wednesday, February 1, 2012

    guest - works fine for me using Chrom 16.0.912 from a mac.

  • Abhijeet Tuesday, February 21, 2012

    Hi Shay,

    This application does not have look and feel of the applications build using Jdev. It's looks refreshing and new. We are also developing one application for our internal team usage using oracle ADF.

    Does it require a lot of internal code changes to achieve such level of customization?

  • shay Tuesday, February 21, 2012

    Abhijeet, the site uses ADF Faces skinning feature to get the different look - it's quite easy to achieve this. see:


    and you can also look into this:


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