Posts tagged binding container
Java (Web) applications typically make use of a built in structure for centralizing (and internationalizing) boiler plate text; it is called Resource Bundle. In a previous article – More >
Publishing resources exposed by ADF Data Control in RESTful services using RestLet and JDeveloper 11g
The previous two articles on RESTful services using RestLet and developing in JDeveloper 11g – First Steps with RestLet 1.1RC2 in JDeveloper 11g – restful services 101 and Extending the RestLet application with support for POST/PUT to create and update Resources – used a static data set as source for the Resources. For real world services that will not be your typical scenario. Usually a business service hiding a persistence layer sitting on top of a database or wrapping a web service (RESTful or otherwise) is the more logical publisher of resources.
In this article, we will see how we can leverage ADF Model – Data Control & Data Bindings – to hook up such a business service. ADF Model publishes a Data Control for each Business Service it exposes. Through the Data Control applications can get access to data collections and operations acting on that data. For the application consuming the Data Control there should be no difference whether the underlying business service is an ADF BC application module connecting to a relational database, an EJB doing something similar, a web service published in the SOA of the organization or a RESTful service out there on the internet. That is at More >