Comments on: Spring and Oracle ADF – registering a POJO Spring JDBC based Business Service as Data Control Friends of Oracle and Java Thu, 21 May 2015 20:49:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: kunal Thu, 25 Aug 2011 14:25:04 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2405 Hi, Does ADF Framework provide AOP & IOC facility?
Its urgents please reply.
Thanks a lot.

By: Paul Wed, 22 Jul 2009 22:12:39 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2404 Hi, this is a great example and I got this working after some head scratching with ADF Faces in JDev I’ve also implemented calling a Spring service method via specifying org.springframework.web.jsf.DelegatingVariableResolver in the faces-config.xml. I’m wondering which is the best method to integrate Spring. Via faces-config.xml is much easier than the DataControl route but drag/drop on the DataControl onto a page gives more UI options. Thanks for the work you did on this. Much appreciated.

By: Andrew Thu, 06 Nov 2008 16:42:15 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2403 I was incredibly excited to find this post, however in Jdeveloper 11 the DataControlFactoryImpl.class looks completely different. I have seen other posts about a plugin for Jdeveloper and Spring now? Any comments on this?

By: San Shet Mon, 28 Apr 2008 18:33:16 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2402 I wanted to find out whether I can use Spring Framework instead of ADF (Full) Frameork with ADF Rich components and Trinidad. If yes, how much work is involved as compared to using ADF Framwork. Does Spring Framework intergrate smoothly with ADF Faces Rich Components?

By: Alvaro Coronel Mon, 29 Oct 2007 14:19:32 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2401 I think this excellent example is a bit outdated. I am trying to learn from it, but so far haven’t managed to make it work.

I haven’t managed to find any “UIX” files. my DataBindings.cpx file looks very different from the one provided in the example. I am getting errors and I am not quite sure what’s wrong…

Has anyone tried this with JDeveloper ?

I am stuck. If anyone can offer any pointers to possible solutions I will be most grateful.

Best regards and thanks in advance,

By: Alvaro Coronel Mon, 29 Oct 2007 13:21:29 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2400 Hello there. This article’s great, but just when I was ready to run my JSP page…

I am getting a “Error(113,19): constructor DCGenericDataControl() has protected access in class oracle.adf.model.generic.DCGenericDataControl” when compiling.

Apparently, the “offending” line is right at the end of

Do you know another way of getting hold of a DCGenericDataControl ?

Thank you in advance

By: Jb Mos Wed, 18 Jul 2007 00:45:44 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2399 Have you had a chance to look into doing this on JDeveloper 11g. I have tried without success.

By: Robert Willems of Brilman Thu, 22 Mar 2007 15:02:50 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2398 Thanks for the example! Seems to be working like a charm…

Any ideas about screens that need to do updates? The returned objects from the DAO aren’t smart enough to know they are editted and need to be put through the DAO again to be processed by hibernate. In BC4J this all is done by the datacontrol and the viewobject…

By: Olivier Fri, 16 Mar 2007 19:10:50 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2397 Which version of Oracle software did you use to register the Spring Business Service as Data Control ? I tried to deploy the project on the latest version of JDev and OAS (10.1.3) but I have many different issues.

By: Tom Moore Thu, 06 Jul 2006 17:28:09 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2396 Lucas — Thanks for writing this! It’s a nice, straightforward example of how ADF can collaborate with Spring. I have a couple of questions. 1. Lifetime? I don’t quite understand how ADF will handle instantiation of the HrmServiceImpl class — will it be re-instantiated each time there is a reference to the service, or can I set the IsPersistent property and avoid the startup costs associated with recreating the class? 2. Pooling? Is the service in essence a singleton or can I create a pool of HrmService objects? (Sorry if my EJB influence is showing). HrmService looks pretty stateless to me.

Thanks again for your help!

By: PieterB Fri, 23 Dec 2005 10:22:44 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2395 ADF stands for Application
Developer Framework.

ADF Faces is an extension of Java Server Faces (JSF), created by Oracle.
See for mor information.

By: Spring Abuser Thu, 20 Oct 2005 15:46:07 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2394 What does ADF stand for?

By: Lucas Jellema Wed, 14 Sep 2005 14:04:18 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2393 Giuliano,

You specify the beanClass property through JDeveloper, in the property editor for the HrmService.xml file – file created for the HrmService data control (it is shown in the article by the way).

This tutorial does not cater for CUD, it only does Retrieve/Read. However, the only reason for that is that no setters are available through the business service/data control. There is no reason why CUD could not be implemented.

By: Giuliano Tue, 13 Sep 2005 17:21:54 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2392 In the part when I need say to ADF the list of AllEmployees is Employee. How I do it? In jDeveloper or in text editor??
And more, can I do a CRUD interface with this Tutorial or only a ReadOnly Table?


By: Lucas Wed, 07 Sep 2005 09:47:28 +0000 /?p=765#comment-2391 Steve, as per your request: BlogPostSpringandOracleADF.doc