ADF Performance Monitor brings performance improvements and Insight at Intris

Frank Houweling

Intris is the leading Belgian provider of freight forwarding, customs and warehousing management solutions. Headquartered in Antwerp, Intris provides its integrated software and cloud-based solutions to logistics services providers in Belgium and the Netherlands. Ben Rombouts is Chief Operating Officer at Intris. Recently he has written a detailed review on […]

ADF Performance Tuning: Avoid a Long Browser Load Time

Frank Houweling

It is not always easy to troubleshoot ADF performance problems – it is often complicated. Many parts needs to be measured, analyzed and considered. While looking for performance problems at the usual suspects (ADF application, database, network), the real problem can also be found in the often overlooked browser load […]

Dynamic table in ADF 12c

Edward Orlowski 6

A while ago I decided to create an ADF page based on a dynamic table, and I found that, although there are quite some articles about the subject online, I still faced some challenges while implementing such a solution in ADF 12c. These challenges, however, can be solved easily when […]

ADF Performance Monitor: Support for EJB/JPA (EclipseLink)

Frank Houweling

Not all Oracle ADF projects are built with ADF Business Components (ADF BC). Some organizations prefer to use EJB/JPA (EclipseLink) instead of ADF BC. The EclipseLink JPA provides developers with a standards based Object-Relational persistence solution. The application still reflects the Model-View-Controller architecture. In this case the model is provided by […]

ADF Performance Monitor: Measuring Network Time to Browser and Browser Load Time

Frank Houweling

Recently we added a great new feature to the ADF Performance Monitor: network and browser load time information. Now you know exactly every end-user experience of your ADF application, in real-time. You can quickly resolve any performance bottlenecks with this end-to-end visibility. You can even drill down into an individual user to […]

How-to set the current database schema of an application using a global context

Harry Dragstra

Question: We have customers who want to work with different database schemas and we want to determine dynamically – depending on a choice during or after login – which database schema the application in a given session should use. Is it possible to set this up in the database? Answer: […]

Creating Intuitive & Interactive Dashboards with the ADF Data Visualization Components

Frank Houweling

Last week I presented at the UKOUG’14 conference on creating intuitive & interactive dashboards with the ADF Data Visualization Components. Frequently end-users are overwhelmed with too much and confusing information displayed in rows and columns. It can be difficult to quickly get the relative significance. This session discussed how to create intuitive, interactive […]

Instrumenting, Analysing, & Tuning the Performance of Oracle ADF Applications

Frank Houweling

Last week I presented at the  UKOUG’14 conference on instrumenting, analyzing, & tuning the performance of Oracle ADF applications. Instrumentation refers to an ability to monitor or measure the level of a product’s performance, to diagnose errors and to write trace information. Instrumenting gives visibility and insight of what is happening inside the […]

ADF and service dependencies

Maarten Smeets

In order to keep the business-IT gap manageable, it is important for analysts, designers and architects to know what their implemented application landscape actually looks like. An important part of this is insight in dependencies between different components. In my previous blog post I’ve described how service dependencies can be […]

AMIS Whitepaper User Experience Frameworks “Future of optimal UI development”

“ There’s A Lot More Behind This Pretty Face “ The whitepaper “User Experience Frameworks – Future of optimal UI development -” starts with an overview of user experience guidelines. These guidelines translate to additional UX requirements when designing and building a new user interface on modern systems. We will also […]

ADF Performance Monitor: Measuring Slow Network Time

Recently I was implementing the ADF Performance Monitor at a customer site and doing a detailed performance analysis. This customer had severe (and less severe) performance problems but was unable to pinpoint the exact pain points. Frequently, end-users were complaining because they were experiencing first a very good performance (response times […]