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How to configure HTTPS SSL on your Weblogic application?

Before going live with your application on WebLogic, I’d always recommend activating SSL on the Weblogic server hosting your application. Accessing your application with the HTTPS protocol will ensure your user’s data are not intercepted. To do so, you should first get a valid certificate : If you are configuring the Weblogic at a company, …

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How to set current column value of selected RichTable row from iterator in Oracle ADF

If you read yesterday article, https://cedricleruth.com/how-to-get-current-column-value-of-selected-richtable-row-from-iterator-in-adf/ , you now know have to retrieve a column value from a table selected rows inside an Oracle ADF Java Bean. While this is useful when you need to get the current column value on a button click, you may as well need to update it with a new …

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How to fix “Access Denied” when showing ADF Table and other components from jsff page fragment?

One of the cleanest and most useful practices in Oracle ADF is to use jsff page fragments. They allow you to have one view composed of multiples small view fragments. It’s more precise, easier to maintain and allow you to reuse the same fragment multiple times on the same page. (Having multiple time the same …

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How to duplicate a Row programmatically in Oracle ADF?

Duplicating a table row is often one of the first requirement added on big customer tables in an Oracle ADF application. To do so, add a column at the start of your row with a “duplicate” button containing an action listener as follow: … actionListener=”#{YOUR_SCOPE.YOUR_BEAN.duplicateRowLine}” … In this Action Event, you will need to copy …

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How to display a please wait message when the server is processing using addBusyStateListener in ADF ?

Clients often require their ADF applications to process a lot of data or upload big files when their users click on a specific button. Those treatments can often take a couple of minutes to run and your user may lose patience or wonder why the application isn’t responding. As a best practice, you should always …

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How to fix oracle.jbo.RowInconsistentException JBO-25014 : Another User Have changed the Row with Primary Key in ADF?

As described in the Oracle documentation here, ADF BC uses its own row consistency enforcement mechanism : 4.10.11 How to Protect Against Losing Simultaneously Updated Data At runtime, the framework provides automatic “lost update” detection for entity objects to ensure that a user cannot unknowingly modify data that another user has updated and committed in …

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How to unapply a View Criteria programmatically from a View Object in ADF?

Yesterday, I shared a quick tip on how to apply a ViewCriteria in your ADF Controller project. ( www.cedricleruth.com/how-to-apply-a-viewcriteria-programmatically-in-adf/ ) And if you’re using this snippet, you may also need to remove this ViewCriteria from the ViewObject programmatically. A typical use case is a toggle button on top of an ADF table to only display …

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ERROR: No Java EE modules detected in EAR archive. Deployment aborted. in ADF

[03:58:41 PM] Deployment cancelled. [03:58:41 PM] —- Deployment incomplete —-. [03:58:41 PM] == ERROR: No Java EE modules detected in EAR archive. Deployment aborted. == (oracle.jdevimpl.deploy.ear.WeblogicAssembler) This error occurs when you first try to deploy your application in Oracle ADF. To fix it do as follow: Go to the Application properties Go to Deployment Select …

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