JavaOne 2014: Roadmaps for the near future of Java

Lucas Jellema

JavaOne 2014 is first of all a community gathering – with over 500 sessions that discuss Java related topics in tantalizing details. A meeting of minds, of kindred spirits etc. It is also the place where the roadmap for the near future of the various constituents of the Java platform […]

Uitnodiging: Kom kennismaken met AMIS

Robbrecht van Amerongen

Hierbij nodigen we je uit om met ons kennis te komen maken. Ben jij een (junior) Oracle consultant die een stap verder wil maken? Wil je verder groeien en ontwikkelen tot principal consultant? AMIS geeft je de kans om die stap te zetten. ┬áBij ons krijg je de ruimte om […]

Supporting multiple languages in ADF applications backed by resource bundles – and programmatically controlling the JSF locale

Lucas Jellema 1

Any web application contains boiler plate text: text that is not part of the enterprise data from web services or databases that is manipulated by the end users using the application but that is part of the application definition itself. Text that is shown as prompt, title, message, hint text […]

Tour de France 2011 – Analysis using ADF DVT Graphs – Part 3 – Distance, Speed and Withdrawals with Pareto, Combination, Stock Chart (High/Low) and Bubble Chart

Lucas Jellema 1

Another article on analyzing and visualizing the results from the Tour de France 2011 using the ADF DVT components. This article uses the same set of data already discussed in several previous articles – including the standings per stage as well as the overall standings after each stage. This article […]

How to run into and resolve EL PropertyNotFound exception and propertyNotReadable in JSF with private inner class

Lucas Jellema 1

The other day on one of the projects I am involved with, we ran into an unexpected exception, from an innocent looking EL expression: javax.el.PropertyNotFoundException: … value=”Book #{book.title}”: Missing Resource in EL implementation: ???propertyNotReadable??? We did nothing very special, or so we thought: simple JSF page that contains an iterator […]

Leveraging Spring Beans in ADF Faces applications and using the Spring PropertyPlaceholderConfigurer bean to dynamically configure bean properties from external files

Lucas Jellema 1

The Spring Framework is omnipresent in the world of Java applications. Many developers, teams and organizations make use of Spring for various reasons, such as its persistency support, the AOP features, the MVC framework or the remoting options or the security facilities. Underlying all of these is the bean container, […]

Configure JDeveloper 11g to work with Spring 2.5 and AOP

Lucas Jellema 1

In a recent article I described the interaction between JavaServer Faces (1.2) and Spring Framework (2.5.x): I created a JDeveloper 11g web application that I ran on the integrated WebLogic Server 11g (10..3.2). In this article I will explain the configuration steps I had to go through for making […]

Creating a custom JSF 1.2 component – with facets, resource handling, events and listeners, valueExpression and methodExpression attributes

Lucas Jellema 4

I occasionally create custom JavaServer Faces components. Just enough to sort of remember what the steps are, but not nearly frequently enough to quickly put a new component together. This article demonstrates the quick step approach to creating a new custom component in the old fashioned way (that means: it […]

Devoxx 2008: The major announcements

Wouter van Reeven

At the time I’m writing this, Devoxx 2008 is well into it’s second day. Day one was quite interesting, with the major announcement being the release of JavaFX 1.0 last week. Apart from that, IBM presented their RFID technology, which has been incorporated into our access badges. Day two held […]

Context Sensitive Resource Bundle entries in JavaServer Faces applications – going beyond plain language, region & variant locales

Lucas Jellema 3

  We were faced by an interesting challenge: our JSF application should display boilerplate text – titles, button labels, prompt, error messages, tool tips etc, – in a context sensitive way. Not just by language, region and variant – the well known dimensions along which the standard JSF and Java […]

ADF 11g RichFaces: implementing a 'pick which columns to show & hide' feature for RichTables

Lucas Jellema

  Just over two years ago I wrote an article on this blog – integrating-adf-faces-and-myfaces-tomahawk-creating-a-popup-with-adf-faces-shuttle-component (supported by Changing the order of columns in a JSF Table Component -in the client, at run-time, by the end user and having-the-end-user-hide-and-display-columns-in-a-jsf-table-component) – on how to implement functionality in ADF 10g applications that allowed […]