Personalizing and Extending Release 12

The JDeveloper 10g with OA Extension was recently released for use with the E-Business Suite Release 12.  Following on that theme of extending and personalizing Release 12, you might find it useful to review Sara Woodhull's excellent presentation on this topic from OpenWorld 2006.


Release 12 Personalization Screenshot:

Sara's OOW presentation covers the E-Business Suite Release 12's Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) architecture, which is designed to provide rich and upgradable personalization and extensibility capabilities in a declarative, object oriented model.  This allows Release 12 to be extended and customized without the overhead of traditional development projects.  Topics included in this presentation are:
  • OA Framework Model-View-Controller architecture and key features
  • Personalizations features, including:
    • The ability to hide and show page items and regions, reordering page items, adding new items, adding corporate branding
    • Importing and exporting personalizations with the Personalization Document Manager
    • New user interface for creating personalizations
    • Matching the Release 12 colors and fonts to match your corporate website
    • Using simple expression (SPEL) bindings for more control over fields, items, and regions
  •  Extensibility features, including:
    • The ability to add new business logic to existing screens
    • Durability of extensions, allowing them to be preserved across upgrades
    • Use of Oracle JDeveloper 10g with OA Extension to support J2EE development and integration with Release 12
    • Support for service interfaces, standalone components that can be deployed as web services, EJB session beans, or as co-located Java APIs
You can download her presentation here:
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