Comments on: Joyful Successor to Forms – Introduction to JSF (Java Server Faces) and ADF Faces Friends of Oracle and Java Fri, 29 May 2015 11:00:21 +0000 hourly 1 By: Rajeev Wed, 29 Apr 2009 06:48:11 +0000 Hi
i tried to make first telnet programe with ADF with given example step by step….
with oracle 10g Jdeveloper after completing this when we run this program ,
The ITS starts and renders the first page. but If you arrow to the any option (I tried them all three),
you will get an error as below


Apr 29, 2009 11:55:27 AM oracle.wireless.its.mdb.requester.TMLParser handleParseError
SEVERE: The response from the application server was not understood.
This will typically happen if there was an error in the application,
though in rare cases it could indicate an issue with how a valid response
from the server is being processed.
If the log level is not currently at the finest level, please set it
to the finest level and recreate the situation the caused this problem
so that the response from the server can be logged.
Apr 29, 2009 11:55:27 AM oracle.wireless.its.mdb.requester.TMLParser handleParseError
SEVERE: The following TML Markup was returned from ADFT:
Error instantiating web-application
Error instantiating web-applicationApplication: EIM_PDA-ViewController-webapp has been stopped

can you please help me to give a solutions.

By: Yaron Sun, 29 Oct 2006 20:46:40 +0000 The link to the source code is broken, can you please repost it?

By: Lucas Jellema Thu, 04 May 2006 22:38:49 +0000 No I most certainly did not mean that JHeadstart is Headstart’s heir. Developing JSF applications with an IDE like JDeveloper 10.1.3 is very much like developing Oracle Forms applications. What JHeadstart adds to this is the ability to design the applications in terms of meta-data and subsequently generate it. It is an ideal way to have a consistent look & feel across your entire application. It is also very easy to implement prototyping against a – potentially fluid – database. As such, JHeadstart is very much to be compared to Designer – though grantedly only the Module Design Editor and Form Generator part of it.

Thanks for triggering me in clarifying this statement.

By: Jan Thu, 04 May 2006 19:46:00 +0000 “If JSF is the successor to Oracle Forms, you could say that JHeadstart is the heir of Oracle Designer.”

What? I think you meant JHeadstart is the heir of Headstart.
Sureley JSF has potential, but there are also some serious weaknesses. For me the biggest mistake is the fact that JSF’s biggest focus for view technology is JSP. Also component development isn’t that easy in JSF.