Developing JSF applications with JDeveloper and Oracle

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Databases, Companies on November 28, 2006


Developing JSF applications with JDeveloper and Oracle
In 6 minutes author builds a jsf page to add, delete and edit weblog posts. The page consists of a data entry form and a table listing weblog posts. You can page through the table, sort the columns, a calendar popup is available, and a dropdown list with weblog categories. All without a single line of coding. The application is not finished, nor polished. (And it contains a simple to fix error. If you can spot it, apply for a job here ;-) The model is created using ADF Business Components, which is an Oracle proprietary ORM framework. JDeveloper doesn’t limit your model choices, You can use EJB3 or Toplink. You could also use Hibernate or Pojo’s. Whatever you choose, you can drag and drop your data on JSF pages, and visually build your application.

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Tags: Frameworks, Java, Databases, J2EE, Oracle