Comments on: JDeveloper 11g and the future of ADF Business Components Friends of Oracle and Java Sat, 25 Apr 2015 11:36:47 +0000 hourly 1 By: Eric van Mourik Wed, 09 May 2007 21:34:00 +0000 Steve, I’ll post my findings on the forum.
Regarding your suggestion about generating the classes: Thanks! I think some familiarity with the “old” UI and impatience caused me to look at all the wrong places. (Oops…, there’s even a hint text that’s telling me exactly what to do…)

By: Steve Muench Wed, 09 May 2007 18:05:06 +0000 Please create threads in the new “11g Technology Preview” OTN forum to report issues you find or any feedback you want to send us:
(so we can reproduce them following your steps and log bugs to get them fixed!) :-)

To generate the Java classes for any ADFBC component, open the view object in the editor, select the “Java” category at the left of the surface, then click the little (pencil) icon to edit the “Java Classes” section.

By: Eric van Mourik Wed, 09 May 2007 16:47:09 +0000 Had a first quick look on 11g today. The new features and enhanced userinterface are very promising.

Nevertheless, it is very clear the this is a (very early?) preview release.

A lot of options are disabled. For example: How to generate Java classes for an ADF BC View Object if you didn’t generate these on creation of the View Object? Option seems to be disabled…
Stability (of the new userinterface?) certainly isn’t what it should be yet. For example: Manipulating the “Join Type” list box of View Object’s Entity Usages is tricky; sometimes the associated where clauses disappears spontaniously…
My primary interest went to the new ADF Faces components, but due to issues like this, creating the model for my testcase was far more time consuming than I had hoped. 😉

But, overall: Very, very promising !!!