Oracle Adf Bounded and Unbounded Taskflow and difference between Bounded and Unbounded Taskflow. Bounded TF have single entry point and can have zero or more exit points. Whereas Unbounded TF has one or more entry point for the application… Read more ›
Taskflows are the controllers for the ADF. ADFc is the biggest and important new feature in the Oracle ADF framework. Developers can easily drag and drop page/ fragment, check condition (Router), call another task flow (reusability of Taskflow is seen… Read more ›
Although general convention is to use one Managed beans per JSF page/fragment, but managed beans can be used with multiple pages. But Backing Bean can be only used for single page/fragment. Normally, Managed Bean is desired to have Pageflow scope,… Read more ›
Managed Bean is a java bean (to be java beans, we have to have default no argument constructor) that is created as well as destroyed by the JSF framework itself. Used to process event handling. Managed bean may be associated… Read more ›
No, rather we have entity object that is even not based on Database table/view. Also if required we can add transient attribute as well.
ADF UI Components : There are 150+ ajax enabled , Rich UI component, Broadly under : – Layout Components – Common Component and – Operation Component ADF Business Component: primary BC are : – Entity – ViewObject – ApplicationModule… Read more ›
Oracle ADF is a JEE framework to develop rich internet application (RIA), which comes with easy and declarative way of building web application in a JEE environment along with standard pattern thereby reduces the effort for programmers. It implements MVC… Read more ›