If you try to download JDeveloper (as well as SOA Suite or BPM Suite) from OTN - you will see a message on OTN download section - "This page is temporarily not available we'll be back soon".
You should not worry, as per Shay Shmeltzer answer on OTN Forum - "We discovered an issue with the installer - we are working to fix this. Once we have the updated installer we'll update the forum and the pages." Read more here.
This post is about ADF BC LOV. I will describe how you could optimize bulk insert of new rows into VO, when some of the attributes are assigned with LOVs. By default ADF would validate new row attribute value through LOV (LOV Validation and Programmatic Row Insert Performance) for each new row.
Let's take a look today how to debug JET application which is initially generated with Yeoman. We could debug in NetBeans, but by default application generated with Yeoman is not runnable in NetBeans, we need to add manually some config files - I will describe how. Also note - JET application created with NetBeans can't be directly served with grunt from command line, it also would require manual changes in the config.
This use case specifically useful for ADF UI value change listener. If there is business logic to be invoked when field value is changed, we can can call ADF BC custom method from assigned value change listener. However new value is not yet propagated down to ADF BC model - we would need to pass it as parameter to custom method. What if want to have new value to be available in ADF BC model without passing new value from value change listener as parameter?
Posting 2 hours long video recording for yesterday webinar - Master Class - ADF Bindings Explained. Thanks to everyone for attending. It was large crowd, nearly 100 attendees live. I enjoyed answering to all of your questions, hopefully this will be useful in your daily work.
We are moving our internal development to Oracle Cloud production instance. This weekend I was going through build automation and deployment process with Oracle Developer Cloud Service. I would like to share few hints with you.
We understand importance of Cloud services and decided to move out internal development infrastructure (ADF and JET) into Oracle Cloud. From today we are Oracle Cloud customers and users for the following services:
ADF 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 respectively comes with improvement for Masonry Layout component. Now we can define custom sizes for tiles - 9.4.1 How to Use a masonryLayout Component. This helps to define larger tiles and organize dashboard layout in more accurate way.