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ADF Model: java.lang.NullPointerException at oracle.adf.model.binding.DCIteratorBinding.getSortCriteria

If you encountered this error though your code was running good before, then welcome to the club! :D
Here are some of our colleagues:
ADF webapp deployment problem...
JDBC connection for ADF
Both of them have resolve their case by recreating their application and build it from scratch. Yaiks! We sure cannot afford that on an app that we build for months.

Luckily, I was able to resolve my case

SOA Gateway Data Application

 SOA Gateway Data Application

EJB with EclipseLink: How to Synchronize to the Database the Objects that were Removed from a List Attribute while the Entity is

When developing web applications, it is likely that we will deal with entity objects in detached state (unmanaged state) while working with them in the web layer.
In my case, I have an AcctgEntry object that has a list of AcctgLine objects as an attribute.
public class AcctgEntry{

@Id
@GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.SEQUENCE,
generator = "

and the winner is:

If you are insterested, here a link to a nice pdf about the boat USA.

ADF UI Shell: Dynamic Tree Menu based on User Roles (ADF Policies)

In this post, I will try to share with you how to create a dynamic tree menu based on the authorization defined in ADF Policies (jazn.xml) in an application built with ADF UI Shell. Menu Items will be added to the tree menu, if the user has a role that was granted view authorization on a certain task-flow or page.

To accomplish the creation of a dynamic menu based on user roles, we need to do

Unable to create an instance on the Java Virtual Machine

After installing JDeveloper 11G successfully, we encountered the following error while starting JDeveloper:
Unable to create an instance on the Java Virtual Machine located on c:\jdeveloper11g\Middleware\jdk160_05\jre\bin\client\jvm.dll

Using Google and Oracle Support showed us that the virtual memory for the PC was not set to level that allowed the JVM to initialise.The solution is to increase the virtual [...]

Java: Comparing BigDecimal objects for equality

If you are developing a financial application you would probably agree that 1.0 is equivalent to 1.00, but the BigDecimal API says otherwise. If you will run the following code, you will be bewildered at first on the results:
package blogspot.soadev.test;
import java.math.BigDecimal;
public class BigDecimalTestRunner {
public static void main(String[] args) {
BigDecimal x = new

Courses and Training

I’ve been hesitant to blog about the dates and locations that I offer courses. While any independent consultant can’t be above some shameless self-promotion, I’ve tried to keep this blog focused on content that is applicable to the broadest cross-section of my readership. Course information was something that I had been putting out only via [...]

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