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Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials

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Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials

Overview of this book

With ADF, Oracle gives you the chance to use the powerful tool used by Oracle's own developers. Modern enterprise applications must be user-friendly, visually attractive, and fast performing. Oracle Fusion Applications are just that; but to get the desired output you need proven methods to use this powerful and flexible tool to achieve success in developing your enterprise applications. "Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials" explains all you need to know in order to build good-looking, user-friendly applications on a completely free technology stack. It explains the highly productive, declarative development approach that will literally have your application running within a few hours, as well as how to use Java to add business logic. "Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials" tells you how to develop and deploy web application applications based on the highly productive and free Oracle ADF Essentials framework. You will first learn how to build business services on top of database tables, and then how to easily build a web application using these services. You will see how to visually design the flow through your application with ADF task flows, and how to use Java programming to implement business logic. Using this book, you can start building and deploying advanced web applications on a robust, free platform quickly. Towards the end, you will be ready to build real-world ADF Essentials applications and will be able to consider yourself an ADF Essentials journeyman.
Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials
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Preparing to go live

You can use this build procedure both during development and when you prepare to release your application. However, before you go live, you should clean up the code and set the application parameters for production use.

Cleaning up your code

Some things that you should check for in your code are:

  • Database connections

  • Deployment platforms

  • Print statements

Additionally, JDeveloper contains a code audit tool. To see what JDeveloper thinks about your code, select a project and choose Build | Audit. In the Audit dialog box, you can click on Edit to select which rules you want to check in your project.

Database connections

In each subsystem where you create Business Components, you define a database connection. Hopefully, you have remembered to deploy Connection Name Only in all your subsystem deployment profiles as shown in the following screenshot:

It's a good idea to check all of these before you release your application to pre-production or production environments.

Also, make sure...