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How to programmatically commit or rollback a transaction in Oracle ADF?

Running a commit or a rollback when a user trigger an Action Listener in your java Bean is the first thing you’ll need to know in Oracle ADF. The easiest way to do so is to retreive the transaction used by your user in the Application Module and trigger a Commit or Rollback while catching …

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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 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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