Oracle Fusion Developer Guide

Building Rich Internet Applications with Oracle ADF Business Components and Oracle ADF Faces

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January 1, 2010


Mixed media product, 768 pages


0071622543 / 9780071622547


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Master Oracle Fusion Middleware

Successfully design rich enterprise web applications using the detailed information in this Oracle Press volume. Oracle Fusion Developer Guide goes beyond the predominant drag-and-drop methods in Oracle JDeveloper 11g and provides a wealth of examples that address common development scenarios when using Oracle Fusion Middleware. Work with Oracle JDeveloper 11g, define navigation rules, accept and validate user input, build page layouts and skins, and incorporate drag-and-drop functionality into web applications. This authoritative resource also explains how to secure and internationalize your applications.

  • Understand the Oracle Application Development Framework and Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client lifestyle
  • Construct Oracle ADF data controls, task flows, and dynamic regions
  • Graphically represent information with Oracle ADF Faces DVT components
  • Modularize applications using Oracle ADF libraries, Oracle ADF task flows, and other reusable components
  • Define dynamic navigation rules in Oracle Fusion Middleware web applications
  • Leverage Web 2.0 features using Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client components
  • Control user access with Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle ADF security

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. The Quick Learner's Guide to Oracle Fusion Web Application Development; Chapter 2. Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF); Chapter 3. The Oracle ADF and ADF Faces Rich Client Lifecycle; Chapter 4. Introduction to Oracle ADF Task Flows; Chapter 5. Working with Unbounded and Bounded Oracle ADF Task Flows; Chapter 6. Working with Bounded Task Flows in ADF Regions; Chapter 7. Page Navigation in Oracle ADF; Chapter 8. Working with Input Components; Chapter 9. Working with Table, Tree, and TreeTable Components; Chapter 10. Working with Menus, Dialogs, and Pop-ups; Chapter 11. Looking Up Data; Chapter 12. Working with Images and Media; Chapter 13. Visualizing Data with DVT Components; Chapter 14. Implementing Drag-and-Drop Functionality; Chapter 15. Working with Oracle ADF Reusable Components; Chapter 16. Building Custom Look and Feel with Cascading Style Sheets and Skinning; Chapter 17. Building Layouts in ADF Faces RC; Chapter 18. Internationalization; Chapter 19. Using JavaScript in ADF Faces RC; Chapter 20. Active Data Services; Chapter 21. Oracle Fusion Web Application Security; Index

Author comments

Frank Nimphius is a principal product manager for Oracle Application Development Tools.

Lynn Munsinger is a principal product manager for Oracle Application Development Tools and is the lead developer for Oracle's Fusion Order demonstration application.

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