Easy Implementation of viewScope or pageScope in JavaServer Faces (JSF) 1.x

Lucas Jellema

While the 2.0 release of the JSF specification will do something about it, the 1.x implementations of JavaServer Faces only offer request, session and application scope. Many JSF implementations have added additional scopes, such as the processScope in ADF Faces and the conversation scope in SEAM. Another frequently desired scope, […]

Report from JavaOne 2008 – download session resources

Lucas Jellema 1

Thursday 29th May – some 70 Java specialists gathered to discuss the main themes and findings from the 2008 JavaOne conference. Peter, Wouter and Lucas presented on their experiences in San Francisco earlier this month, demonstrated some of the more memorable (and demoable) products and highlighted their personal favorites. They […]

Tuesday 3rd June – Presentation/Demonstration/hands-on JDeveloper 11g Data Visualization: Gantt, Pivot Table, Geographic Map, Charts – with Katrina Obradovic, Oracle JDeveloper Senior Product Manager

Lucas Jellema

An Overview of Oracle ADF Data Visualization Components – Tuesday, June 3rd – 16.30-21.00, Nieuwegein Oracle JDeveloper 11g Application Development Framework (ADF) offers a powerful and productive environment for building rich Internet  applications and is a foundation for Oracle Fusion. Oracle ADF Data Visualization components are a set of rich, […]

GlassFish and OpenESB session – brief report including download presentation resources

Lucas Jellema

The GlassFish and OpenESB session we hosted yesterday was very interesting. Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java Architect at Sun Microsystems in France and GlassFish Evangelist (though he is none too happy the epitaph evangelist) presented a strong case for the GlassFish application server. For example as a contender for the number one […]

Mapping composite primary keys in JPA How to work around a bug in Hibernate Annotations

A table without single-column primary key, Java developers don’t like them because it’s more work than just putting @Id on a field. When you’re using Hibernate Annotations you might also run into an annoying bug. In this article I will explain how to map a composite primary key with JPA-annotations […]

ADF Faces – How to get a Client Side hook into the Partial Page Render cycle in order to embed rich UI widgets from Dojo, Yahoo and other into ADF Faces pages?

While at the Oracle booth in the Java Pavilion during JavaOne, I took the opportunity to pose a question to one of the JDeveloper product managers about an issue that I think will be important to embed rich UI widgets from Java Script libraries such as Scriptaculous, Yahoo and DoJo […]

JavaOne 2008 – CommunityOne Highlights: Grails, jMaki, EclipseLink, OpenSocial and OpenSSO

Lucas Jellema

The first action packed day is over. I have written on some of the most interesting topics I attended sessions on yesterday. For details on: OpenSSO, see https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=3129 OpenSocial API and Project SocialSite, see https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=3132 EclipseLink, see Wouter’s blog and my comment https://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=3131 In this article some shorter comments about […]

ADF 11g Rich Faces: using clientTriggers and JavaScript API to implement client side logic in ADF Faces pages (Client Side programming in ADF Faces Rich Client Components Part 3)

Lucas Jellema 3

As described in earlier postings in this series, the ADF Faces 11g RichFaces library has several facilities for client side logic to complement the already pretty rich client functionality. Among these facilities are the JavaScript API that allows client side manipulation of the components in the page, the clientTrigger mechanism […]

ADF 11g Rich Faces: focus on field after button press or PPR – Including JavaScript in PPR response and ClientListeners (Client Side programming in ADF Faces Rich Client Components Part 2)

Lucas Jellema 2

In this second part of a series on ADF 11g Rich Faces Client Programming, I will talk about the option to include JavaScript in a PPR response, to execute on the client once the processing of the PPR response is complete. There can be several good reasons for such client […]

Accessing Google Calendar from Oracle ADF Application – Displaying Events in Gantt Chart

Lucas Jellema 2

 Google Calendar (http://www.google.com/calendar) is one of the many services offered by Google. It allows users to manage a personal or shared agenda on line, from the comfort of their own browser. In an easy to use web interface, agenda entries can be created and edited. Google Calendar can also send […]

APEX and/or ADF – demonstrating two similar yet different applications – part 3 – the implementation in ADF

Lucas Jellema 1

In a previous article, I showed two versions of more or less the same application. One created in APEX by Dimitri Gielis, the other built using ADF and JHeadstart by me (see: APEX and/or ADF – demonstrating two similar yet different applications – part 2). In that article I mention […]

How to implement Amazon webservice in ADF

Johan Tuitel 2

This article demonstrates how to build an ADF application on top of the Amazon WebServices for searching books. 1. Start jdeveloper 10.1.3. 2.0(or newer) 2. Build a new Application Application name: AmazonWebservice Directory name: c:\projects\AmazonWebservice Application Package prefix: aws Application Template: Web Application[JSF, ADF BC] 3. Rightmousebutton at viewController > click new. New Gallery […]

JDeveloper 11g – Declarative Components – Rapid, No Programming Composition of custom JSF components

Lucas Jellema

In my current ADF Faces (10.1.3) project, I have created several custom JSF components. These components combine chunks of recurring page structure content. By using custom components, I can reuse such chunks by simply embedding tags with a little configuration – attributes and facets – in my pages. It works […]

Enhance the web page look & feel and behavior after it has been loaded – attach onLoad Event Listeners during load

Lucas Jellema 1

Many web applications are rendered by HTML rendering frameworks and technologies such as JSP, JSF, PHP, .NET etc. In such technology stacks, it is common to make use of standard components from 3rd party vendors and open source projects. Such components can typically be configured, customized to a certain extent. […]

Maven JMeter plugin and report generation (the last steps to get it working)

JMeter (http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/)is a powerful tool for functional and performance testing web applications. JMeter, opposed to selenium, also works perfectly on generated applications (like Oracle ADF ). One of the key strengths of JMeter is the automation. The same test can be repeated after each (minor) release. This is a great […]