Posts tagged JDeveloper 11g skinning ADF Faces
On the JDeveloper ADF forum there are many questions on how to change the look and feel of components. In this post I’ll explain three ways to do that. (more…)
With my current, ADF Faces 11g, project, we have a requirement that the default text in the error message box is customized. Instead of ‘Messages for this page are listed below.’ it should read some other text. When you talk about customization you say ‘skinning’. Skinning allows you to customize the userinterface, i.e. change the look and feel of the standard components. But besides the looks, it also allows you to change the default text messages that are sometimes included with the component.
The af:messages component presents errors and other messages in a comprehensible way to the users. It’s as easy as to put <af:messages id=”m1″ /> in the .jspx page and you’re done:
Now, let’s see how we can change the default texts like ‘Messages for this page are listed below.’ and ‘OK’… (more…)