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Some people were asked to review my book, here are some links:
- Edwin Biemond
- Jurgen Kress
- Markus Eisele
- Frank Muntz
In ADF 11g Release 2, the ADF Table component has a property called ‘ActiveRowKey’. According to documentation, this represents the row that is currently active on the client. In click-to-edit mode, the active row will be made editable and is brought into view (if not already visible). Upon initial display, the click-to-edit component defaults the active row to the first visible row. In this post I will show you how to use the activeRowKey programmatic (more…)
In one of my previous posts I showed how to use ADF popup components to display external content such as webpages like wikipedia in an inline frame. Based on this post a colleague of mine tried to display a PDF document. That didn’t work. In this post I explain how you can use a servlet to open a PDF document in the inline frame. I will not explain how to invoke popups. If you need to know how to do that, refer to the post mentioned earlier (more…)
In this blog I will share with you my experiences with the Oracle JDeveloper11g Handbook – A Guide to Oracle Fusion Web Development (McGraw-Hill, 2010) – written by Duncan Mills, Peter Koletzke and Avrom Roy-Faderman. It is the successor of their previous book, JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers. This is a book to learn the basics of ADF Fusion development and a valuable guide for reference. If youâ€™re a starter, than the hands-on part in this book is a good and practical exercise.
In this blog I will show you how you can call a webservice programmatically in Java without using a webservice library like JAX-WS or Apache Axis. Normally you would use of course a webservice library, but in some cases this can be useful and quick; for example when you have problems generating a client proxy with a webservice library or if you only need some small specific parts of the SOAP response XML tree. Â It shows that a SOAP call is just XML over HTTP, from a plain piece of Java code.Â Then, I will show you an example how you can use this and make your own servlet webservice-tester like a simple SoapUI in JDeveloper 188.8.131.52.