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  • Kscope 2014 Preview: Oracle's Mobile Platform - Shay Shmeltzer

    - by OTN ArchBeat
    "There's no question anymore that you need to do mobile development," says Oracle Development Tools Director of Product Management Shay Shmeltzer, "but most people are trying the figure out the right architecture." Shay talks about the choices and about Oracle's mobile development platform in this interview, a preview of his three presentations at ODTUG Kscope, June 22-26, 2014 in Seattle, WA. Connect with Shay Shmeltzer

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  • Mini Book Review of IronRuby Unleashed by Shay Friedman

    - by Eric Nelson
    When I get some time (and hell starts to look a little chilly) I would love to do a more detailed review. But I wanted to get something “out there” as I really like this book and reviews of it seem a little thin on the ground. In brief: Is it a good book? Yes Would I recommend this book to a .NET developer who was new to Ruby? Yes (This is me by the way) Would I recommend this book to a Ruby developer who was new to .NET ? Yes Would I recommend this book to a developer who sometimes does Ruby and sometimes does .NET? Yes Would I recommend this book to a developer new to .NET and new to Ruby? Yes The above demonstrates how well balanced this book is (IMHO). What I like about it: Its assumes pretty much no knowledge of IronRuby or .NET. All it asks is that you are a developer interested in IronRuby. Yet it manages to cover off the topics in a good degree of detail. If you are a Ruby developer you skip Part 2, if you are a .NET developer you skip some of Part 1 and whizz through the short intros to the individual technologies such as WPF. It is definitely not a “lets makes the manual look pretty” book – this is original content thoughtfully written and presented. It is pretty comprehensive – in 500 pages it packs in  Intro to IronRuby Intro to .NET Intro to Ruby Using IronRuby with Windows Forms, ASP.NET, WPF, Silverlight etc Getting Rails working with IronRuby Unit testing with IronRuby – which I think is an excellent way for a .NET developer to start using IronRuby Embedding IronRuby in a .NET app  - another interesting “first step” for a .NET developer What I didn’t like: Err… nothing yet. Ok, If I am being picky then the start of chapter 2 irked me a little as it went through the history of .NET. “The first version [of the .NET Framework] wasn’t that great”.  Felt pretty good to me compared to Java and C++ development at the time :-) Buy on Amazon UK | Buy on Amazon USA Related Links: Posts from the author Shay Friedman on IronRuby Guest Post: What's IronRuby, and how do I put it on Rails? Guest Post: Using IronRuby and .NET to produce the ‘Hello World of WPF’ Getting PhP and Ruby working on Windows Azure and SQL Azure

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  • Fixing Broken Links to Entries on This Blog

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    I just found out that some built in redirects that were in place on the Oracle Blogging platform were removed, and as a result there is a good chance that if you were directed to an entry on this blog that is a bit older you'll get a 404 error. Luckily there is a simple URL hack that you can use to fix this - switch the "year/month" part for "entry" and then remove the ".html" from the URL. So for example instead of :  https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/2010/10/passing_parameters_to_adf_appl.html use: https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/entry/passing_parameters_to_adf_appl I fixed the links on my "Archives" page so you can also look for the entry by title there. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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  • ADF Sessions at RMOUG this week

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    If you are attending the RMOUG conference this week, you might be interested in checking out some of the sessions we are doing about Oracle ADF:Lynn is delivering:The Fusion Development Platform - Wed at 9:00 (404)Put Your Good Taste Into Action: How to Skin ADF Faces Rich Client Applications - Wed 5:00 (4 c/d)Shay is delivering:From SQL to Rich Web Data Visualization - The Fast Route - Thu at 9:00 (404)Adding Mobile and Web 2.0 UIs to Existing Applications - The Fusion Way - Thu at 10:15 (404)There are also lots of ADF related sessions delivered by customers and partners including:Drinking the Kool-Aid - My Journey to Becoming an ADF BelieverCase Study: Performance Tuning New ADF Applications Using Oracle Application Testing Suite (ATS)Oracle ADF & JDeveloper: Coming of AgeHello Worldwide Web: Your First JSF in JDeveloperMore details see the schedule here.If you are using ADF already, please drop by and let us know what you think. We are always looking for user feedback.

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  • setCurrentRowWithKey and setCurrentRowWithKeyValue

    - by raghu.yadav
    Good demo demo by shay by shay on how to use setCurrentRowWithKeyValue to synchronize the master and details of same table. Example : Employee master table list and EmployeeDetail form to edit records. However there are many ways to achieve the same usecase. You can use the clicktoEdit property on table row to edit records in place within in table and there is also a feature to show more for few columns in table tools. But objective here is to see how and where and all we can make use of setCurrentRowWithKey and setCurrentRowWithKeyValue. Here is the link about this explains how we can make use of this. link more to be added.

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  • Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) 11gR1 (11.1.1.7) now supports ADF Faces Tags

    - by pieter.humphrey
    So the recent release of OEPE 11.1.1.7 has the ADF community buzzing.   In addition to reading the product manager's blog entry on the new release... http://blogs.oracle.com/gstachni/2011/02/oracle_enterprise_pack_for_ecl_3.html ...it's important to realize what this support entails now and in the future.    This first step, of supporting ADF Faces tags, is not prelude to *complete* ADF support in OEPE.  Rather, the aim of the Eclipse support is to provide tools for the MVC (Model-View-Controller) parts of the ADF runtime stack.   This means that we plan to support ADFm and ADFc as well in the future, but not the entire ADF stack (ADF BC, etc).    Hope this gives people an idea of what to expect, and we look forward to your feedback in the forums! See a demo on Shay's blog: http://blogs.oracle.com/shay/2011/02/adf_faces_now_in_eclipse.html   Technorati Tags: eclipse,java,development,ADF11g,Oracle,ADF Faces del.icio.us Tags: eclipse,java,development,ADF11g,Oracle,ADF Faces

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  • More New JDeveloper/ADF Blogs - Dec 2010 Edition

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    It's only been a month since my last new bloggers update, but over this month I came across several other new blogs so here is a few more to add to your RSS reader: JDev and ADF QA Team ADF Code Corner Code Harvest JDeveloper PMs Blog Don Kleppinger Amit Seth Kishore Amir Hossein Khanof Oracle ADF Notebook Gerry O'D Muhammed Soyer Thanks for all the developers who are sharing their experience and helping advance the ADF community. As always we are trying to keep tracking these blogs for entries and you can find those on the JDeveloper tweet, facebook and blog roll.Twitter , Facebook , Blogs

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  • ADF Faces Layouts Demo - A Hidden Treasure

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    Layouting pages with ADF Faces containers is sometimes not as simple as we would have liked it to be - especially for people who are just getting started. There are some tricks that can help you achieve the layout that you are looking for. One great way to learn some of those tricks is to look at the new "Visual Design" section of the ADF Faces Hosted demo. For example look at the Form Layout part - and you'll see nicely aligned forms that contain various UI layout scenarios. Want to learn how this has been achieved? - just click the "page source" link at the top right - and you can see how that layout has been done. Don't forget that you can also download the full demo source here. One other good resource I came across today is the "Designing well known websites with ADF Rich Faces" presentation from Maiko Rocha and George Magessy - it's missing the demo part - but you can still learn a lot from the slides. Designing well known websites with ADF Rich Faces

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  • Working with Backing Beans in JDeveloper - The Right Way

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    One nice feature that was in JDeveloper for a long time is the ability to automatically expose every component on your JSF page in a backing bean. While this is a nice "work saving" feature, you shouldn't be using this one in most cases. The reason is that it will create objects in your backing bean code for a lot of items you don't actually need to manipulate, making your code bigger and more complex to maintain. The right way of working is to expose only components you need in your backing bean - and JDeveloper makes this just as easy through the binding property in the property inspector and the edit option it has. Here is a quick video showing you how to do that:

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  • ADF for German Speakers

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    If you know German and you are using ADF then you'll be interested in the ADF special interest group the guys over at Germany established - The deutschen ADF Community. Details here: http://www.oracle.com/global/de/community/adf/index.html If you are an English speaker - then at least you have the ADF Enterprise Methodology Group - which you should join if you haven't already.

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  • Popup Details for a Table Record

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    This one started as an OTN how-to question that seemed like something that should work automatically - turns out you need a couple of small tweaks to get it working. The idea is to have a table on a page showing multiple records, you can click any row in the table - and get a pop-up window that shows more data about that row. At first I thought I'll just need to drag the same view twice to the page - once as a table and then as a form in a pop-up. But then the Form didn't reflect the new row that got selected in the table - you'll always see the first row you selected. Adding a Partial Page Rendering between the table and the pop-up didn't do the trick either. Then I realized that the content delivery attribute of the pop-up was set to lazy, when I switched it to immediate - everything worked. Here is a little demo showing the whole development process: Note that the content delivery method attribute is also something you might want to check if you see your tables being refreshed too often when you scroll through records for example.

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  • Using the af:poll to refresh parts of the page periodically

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    Just a quick sample of using the af:poll components. A component that enables you to do things in a periodic fashion. For example check if something has changed on the server and update the UI. A more "modern" approach is to actually use push instead of pull, and ADF Faces will allow you to do that with ADS (here, and here). But the poll still has its place. It's quite useful for dashboard type of applications where you want periodic updates of the graphs shown on the page. As you can see it's quite simple to use the tag. I also show my lazy approach to invoking declarative operations on a data control from a backing bean without manually writing code.

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  • ADF Faces now in Eclipse

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    The new version of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse was just release, and one of the key new feature it offers is integration of Oracle ADF Faces development in Eclipse. If you are serious about developing with JSF, you probably know by now that ADF Faces is the richest set of components out there both in terms of number of components and also the functionality they offer. The components offer a lot of Ajax functionality out of the box, and the framework also offers windowing, drag and drop, push, Javascript API, skinning and much more. OEPE makes it simple to build with ADF Faces and test run your application. Here is a basic tutorial that will get you all set up to use this combination. Once you do that, you can then do this:

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  • OTN Database Developer Day in LA/OC

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    We are taking a little break from the Fusion OTN Developer Days, and instead we'll be taking part in several OTN Developer Days ran by the database team. The aim is to show what Oracle has to offer to various developer groups. As you might guess we specifically are going to be in the Java track. Specifically we are running a lab that will get you to experience Oracle JDeveloper (or OEPE) and will show you how to build an application based on EJB/JSF with Ajax UI. I'm going to be in the upcoming event on May 5th - if you are in the LA area and haven't experienced JDeveloper yet - come in and see what it is all about. Details here.

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  • JDeveloper on Facebook - quite an active user

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    If you are both a facebook user and a JDeveloper user then you should combine the two and become a fan of JDeveloper on facebook. Once you do, you'll start getting daily updates of recent blog entries relating to JDeveloper and ADF. Something like this: Quite a useful way to track what's going on in the JDeveloper sphere.

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  • Don't forget to vote for ADF sessions on Oracle Mix

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    If you are planning to attend Oracle Open World or Oracle Developer (and you should plan to attend), and you are reading this blog - I'll assume that you are interested in Oracle ADF. Well here is your chance to make sure you can get even more ADF content at the conference. Vote for some of the ADF related session suggestions in the "vote a session" on oracle mix. See here. You can find various ADF sessions under the Oracle Fusion Development and the Rich Enterprise Applications tracks. Every vote counts - just make sure to vote for at least 3 sessions for your vote to count.

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  • Solving Null Entity Problems with JPA Data Controls in PS1

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    Turns out there is a slight bug that seems to prevent you from doing interactions (update, scroll) with the results of a JPA named query that you dropped on a page using ADF Binding. People are running into this when they are doing the EJB tutorial on OTN for example. The problem is that the way the binding is set up for you automatically doesn't allow you to actually access the iterator set of records to do follow up operations. When I last checked this was solved in the next release of JDeveloper, but in the meantime there is a quick simple way to resolve the issue by changing the refresh condition of the oiterator in your page binding. Here is a little demo that shows the problem and the solution:

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  • Doing two Declarative Operations with One Button

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    You can file the below video under "things that get asked on OTN a lot". With ADF it is very easy to drag an operation to a page to create a button that activate it. But what if you want a single button to invoke two operations? For example have a button that does a "Delete" as well as a "Commit". The way to do it is to add an action binding, and then overwrite the button function in a backing bean to call the additional action. The nice thing is that JDeveloper will create all the binding code for you in the backing bean - all you need to do is duplicate it. Here is a quick demo:

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  • 11 ADF Mobile Apps in 30 Hours

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    The Oracle ADF Mobile team took part in a special "hackathon" this weekend, where 11 teams of new college hires who joined Oracle lately spent 30 hours building enterprise mobile applications leveraging ADF Mobile. One important thing to note - none of the participants worked with Oracle ADF Mobile before! In fact 90% of them didn't develop with ADF previously. All they had is a 2 hour training session before the event - and that's all they needed. From that point on they were able to build great cross device mobile applications. So what did they build? Here are some examples: A mileage expense tracking system: An ad campaign analysis system An expense report entry system Bug tracking system with data analysis: Carpooling social system: College Hiring system with CV scanning: Shipment management system for Farmers: Project time entry system: For sale post-it system (with item location): Conference event experience system with conference map and twitter feed integration: It was great to see how fast developers were able to learn and leverage ADF Mobile - and how creative the teams were. Here they are in action: So how about you? What would you build next? What would be your first ADF Mobile application? Start today!

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  • Oracle ADF Core Functionality Now Available for Free - Presenting Oracle ADF Essentials

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE HE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-bidi-font-family:Arial;} We are happy to announce the new Oracle ADF Essentials - a free to develop and deploy version of the core technologies at the base of Oracle ADF – Oracle’s strategic development framework that was used, among other things, to build the new generation of the enterprise Oracle Fusion Applications. This release is aligned with the new Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.2.3 version that we released today. Oracle ADF Essentials enables developers to use the following free: Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client components –over 150 JSF 2.0 components that include extensive charting and data visualization components, supports skinning, internalization, accessibility and touch gestures and providing advanced Ajax, windowing, drag and drop and other UI capabilities in a declarative way. Oracle ADF Controller – an extension on top of the JSF controller providing complete process flow definition and enabling advanced reusability of flows inside page’s regions. Oracle ADF Binding – a declarative way to bind various business services to JSF user interfaces eliminating tedious managed-beans coding. Oracle ADF Business Components – a declarative layer for building Java based business services on top of relational databases. The main goal of Oracle ADF Essentials is to bring the benefits of Oracle ADF to a broader community of developers. If you are already using Oracle ADF, a key new functionality for you would be the ability to deploy your application on GlassFish. Several other interesting points: We provide instructions for deployment of Oracle ADF Essentials on GlassFish and officially support this platform for Oracle ADF Essentials deployment. Developers can choose to use the whole Oracle ADF Essentials, or just pieces of the technology. Visual development for Oracle ADF Essentials is provided in Oracle JDeveloper. Eclipse support via Oracle Enterprise for Eclipse (OEPE) is also planned. Want to learn more? Here is a quick overview and development demo of Oracle ADF Essentials For more visit the Oracle ADF Essentials page on OTN

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  • At Collaborate 10 Next Week

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    I'm going to be at the Collaborate 10 conference next week doing a couple of sessions and hanging out in the JDeveloper booth at the demoground. My sessions are on Monday morning back to back: Developing Cutting Edge Web UI for Enterprise Applications - The Easy Way Monday, April 19 10:45 am - 11:45 am 401 The Fusion Development Experience Monday, April 19 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm 404 The first session will also be available for those watching the conference over the Web. If you want to see how Fusion applications are being built, and how you can use the same approach to do custom development for your applications, or create rich UIs for your applications then these would be good sessions to see. I'll also be doing shifts in the demo ground in a JDeveloper/ADF booth - so if you have any questions, complaints, or suggestions - or if you just want to understand what is this thing good for - come on over and we'll talk.

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  • Great ADF Content at Collaborate 12

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    If you are attending the Collaborate 12 conference this month in Las Vegas and you are interested in Oracle ADF you are going to be very busy. There are more than 20 sessions covering ADF and a special Wednesday ADF Enterprise Methodology Group event focused on ADF. Session range from how to get started to deep technical dives and real world war stories of customers and their implementations. Also don't forget to drop by the Oracle ADF booth at the Oracle Demoground and say hello. Here is a quick list of session that list ADF as a keyword in their content: Sun. Apr. 22 9613 A Fusion Approach to Building Unified and Scalable Applications With Rich User Experience 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Mon. Apr. 23 669 Fusion DBA Boot Camp: Tailoring Your Application to Customer Needs in a Upgrade-safe Way - Support in ADF and Fusion Apps 9:45 am - 10:45 am Mon. Apr. 23 438 Oracle Fusion Applications Security 9:45 am - 10:45 am Mon. Apr. 23 176 How to get started with Oracle ADF 12:15 pm - 12:45 pm Mon. Apr. 23 330 Fusion DBA Boot Camp: Implementing Self-Service Portals for Partners/Distributors Using EBS/WebCenter/Fusion Technologies 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm Mon. Apr. 23 288 Working with Portlets in ADF and Webcenter 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Tue. Apr. 24 503 Who’s Converting My Portal? 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Tue. Apr. 24 9370 Coexistence of Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Fusion Applications: Platform Perspective 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 647 Developing Custom BI Solutions - OBIEE vs. Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) 9:30 am - 10:30 am Wed. Apr. 25 173 ADF: A Path to the Future for Dinosaur Nerds 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 581 How Will You Build Your Next System? 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 10351 Integrating CRM On Demand With the E-Business Suite to Supercharge Your Sales Team 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 9348 Mobile,ADF, Coherence and Live Data Streaming? A Herbalife Case Study 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 566 Getting Started with ADF 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 775 WebCenter Portal Template Design and Development Best Practices 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 791 Surfacing Oracle Social Network into Your Business Applications 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 9407 The Latest Oracle E-Business Suite Release User Interface and Usability Enhancements 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 100080 Extending JD Edwards with Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 172 JDeveloper ADF and the Oracle database – friends not foes 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 595 Achieving Real-Time Social Collaboration in WebCenter 11g 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wed. Apr. 25 164 ADF + Faces: Do I Have to Write ANY Java code? 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm Thu. Apr. 26 257 Mobile App Development with Oracle ADF Mobile: develop once and for all 8:30 am - 9:30 am Thu. Apr. 26 177 Understanding Oracle ADF and its role in Oracle Fusion Middleware 9:45 am - 10:45 am Thu. Apr. 26 523 Making Next-Generation Mobile Apps With The Latest ADF Mobile Tools 9:45 am - 10:45 am Thu. Apr. 26 356 ADF Integration with WebCenter Content 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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  • JDeveloper Users - We Want to Hear Your Opinion

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    One of our goals as product managers is to make sure that customers are happy with the product we deliver. We only get to interact with a small number of developers in a face-to-face way and get feedback and there are a lot of other developers who we don't get a chance to meet. To try and get more complete input, we created an online survey that will help us learn about usage patterns and the level of satisfaction JDeveloper users have with various features and aspects of their work with the tool.  It would be great if you could take 5 minutes and complete this online survey here. The survey is aimed at anyone using JDeveloper, whether for ADF development or any other type of development and for any version.  Hopefully this survey will help us deliver a product that better answers your needs and will help us make your JDeveloper usage experience better. Note - this is a new survey which is unrelated to the previous one that was focused on learning needs. Once you are done with this survey and if you would like to provide more feedback, note that we are also looking specifically for Java developers who are using Mac, as well as developers who are interested in building extensions to JDeveloper. 

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  • Update/Insert With ADF Web Service Data Control

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    The Web service data control (WSDC) in ADF is a powerful feature that allows you to easily build a UI on top of WS interfaces exposed by other systems. However when you drag a WSDC to a page you usually get a set of output components where the data is shown. So how would you actually do an update operation on those values? The answer is that you need a call to another method in your WSDC that does the update - but what if you want to pass to it the actual values that you get from the get method you invoked before? Here is a demo showing how to do that: The two tricks that are shown here are: Changing the properties of items in the DC to be updateable - this gives you inputText fields instead of outputText fields. And passing the currentRow.dataProvider to the update method (and choosing the right iterator for this).

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  • Working with the ADF Faces dvt:map component

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    A couple of weeks ago I did a web seminar with Navteq titled "Add Maps to Your Java Applications - the Easy Way". You can now download and watch the recording of this seminar. For my part it was mostly a demo of how you can use the dvt:map component in JDeveloper and do some customization on it. See if it is helpful for you.

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