Posts tagged site level customization
Last week I have been teaching a two day workshop on customization – one of the most powerful framework facilities in ADF. Customizations allows you to create a set of modifications (or even multiple sets of modifications) on top of a base application. The behavior and appearance of the application can be fine tuned to the specific needs of a site (or instance) of the application, or even to the desires of specific user groups on such a site. Especially for ISVs who develop their products using ADF and who would like to create and ship a single version of the application yet allow customers during implementation to do fine tuning according to local requirements, customization is fantastic feature. It allows the creation of customizations that are separate from the core code and that will survive new releases of the base application.
In future blogs, I will tell you more about customization. In this article, I will focus on a specific aspect of customization of ADF applications that may not be as straightforward. It concerns the definition of the RowImpl class for an Entity Object (or any Java Class referenced from ADF BC components).
Our specific need is that the application ships More >