clip_image002The Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube channel launched about two months ago, and now offers more than forty videos focused on technical information about how you can use components in the mobile platform, including Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). Most of the videos are under 10 minutes, offering a quick and easy source of technical information to help in your efforts to develop mobile applications for the enterprise. The videos in the channel are organized into several playlists, including "Designing and Developing a MAF Application," "Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse," "UI Development in Oracle MAF," and more.

The list below represents the Top 5 most popular videos from that channel.

  1. Oracle Mobile Platform Channel Introduction
    A 2-minute introduction to the channel by Grant Ronald, director of product management for Oracle Mobility and Development tools.
  2. An Introduction to Oracle Mobile Application Framework (Oracle MAF)
    Grant Ronald introduces the concept of a hybrid mobile application and gives an overview of Oracle MAF, a hybrid mobile application framework for developing on-device mobile applications.
  3. An Introduction to the Mobile Market and its Challenges
    "Mobility has become a critical part of the IT environment," says Grant Ronald in this video. And with the evolution in IoT, mobility goes well beyond the devices people hold in their hands.
  4. Oracle MAF Runtime Demonstration
    What can you do with Oracle MAF? This video shows you a runtime demo of the Workbetter Oracle MAF application then calls out the various MAF building blocks used to create the app.
  5. Oracle MAF Setup and Installation in JDeveloper
    Before using Oracle MAF in JDeveloper, you need to install the MAF extension and the appropriate SDK. This video gives you an overview of the installation and setup steps
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Great news! You don’t have to leave your office – you can join us from the convenience of your desk. Register, for free, to hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions, and Oracle product experts as they share their insight and experience on how to solve today’s IT challenges. This online event, brought to you by the Oracle Technology Network (OTN), offers four technical tracks, each with a unique focus on specific tools, technologies, and tips:

  • The Java Track The Virtual Technology Summit
    Java continues to offer more functionality. How can you keep up? Java developers can experience code-laden training on how to:

    • Implement solutions using the latest Java EE features
    • Use lambdas and the new streams library API
    • Tune your Java applications for high performance
  • The Middleware Track
    This track is all about Mobility and has two focus areas—mobile application development and mobile architecture. Participants will learn how to:

    • Use essential tools, technologies and architectures for developing a successful mobile solution. Products covered will include the Oracle Mobile Application Framework, Oracle Mobile Suite, Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, Oracle SOA Suite, and Oracle Service Bus.

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At the ADF knowledge zone the Application Development Framework 12c Sales Specialist Guided learning path become available. ADF specialist can become a certified Application Development Framework 12c Sales Specialist

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clip_image002[5]Due to popular demand, this blog post will document how to integrate the Cordova "Calendar" Plugin into Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) for iOS. If you’re interested in the same for Android, please see this relating blog post.

The Cordova Calendar Plugin allows your MAF application to create, update and delete entries in the mobile device’s calendar. To be clear it does not render a calendar, it simply allows you to call the plugin with the data to make entries in the device’s calendar. This blog post will cover 6 broad tasks. We’ll purely focus on the steps to be undertaken for this specific plugin, we wont focus on the "why" for this article in explaining why you need to undertake all the steps, or a more generic description of how to install all plugins beyond the Calendar plugin. Rather we are just focusing on giving you all the steps you need to get the job done:

1) Download & install the required

2) Prepare Cordova via XCode

3) Prepare the plugin via XCode

4) Configure your MAF application for the iOS plugin

5) Copy the plugin files to your MAF application

6) Build your app

This article covers advanced topics within MAF and Cordova and is not suitable for MAF beginners to undertake. Before attempting to implement the steps covered in this article you need to be reasonable familiar with the JDeveloper IDE, the overall MAF framework and how to build a MAF application, including features, managed beans, AMX pages and similar.

We do recognize that the combination of MAF 2.0.0 and Cordova 2.2.0 plugins is a configuration heavy implementation and will be looking to simplify this in future versions of MAF to take the burden off developers.

Download & install the required software

As this post is regarding integrating the Cordova "Calendar" plugin on iOS, it assumes you will have installed JDeveloper on Mac OSX, have downloaded and configured Apple’s XCode, as well as configured JDeveloper’s preferences to correctly deploy to iOS. In other words, this post has nothing to do with Android or Windows, it’s Mac all the way. Besides JDeveloper and XCode, for MAF 2.0.0 you must also download: Read the complete article here.

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clip_image001This post falls under ADF Basics category (about a little trick in model layer) but about a common development requirement
How can we create dynamic ADF BC validation ? means it takes a parameter at run time and append it to validation message
Read previous post on model level validation-
Conditional Execution of Model (EO) level Validation- Oracle ADF
ViewObject Validation rules for transient attributes (Model level validation in ADF)
In this post I am using Departments table of oracle HRSchema

  • First step is same , prepare model (EO,VO and AM) using Departments table
  • Creating a business rule that DepartmentName can not be duplicate, for this created a alternate key in EntityObject

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imageBusiness Continuity is the vast important feature of the modern enterprises and organizations. Modern IT infrastructure should meet strong objectives and requirements in order to continue to deliver products and services despite on serious incidents or disasters. Oracle suggests the full stack of FMW products which allow your organization to follow business continuity concepts.

The «heart» of this stack is Oracle WebLogic Server 12c – the industry’s best application server for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications with support for new features for lowering cost of operations, improving performance, enhancing scalability and high availability. Oracle WebLogic Active GridLink for RAC is the market-leading mid-tier integration solution, intelligently integrating Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). Active GridLink data sources connect to RAC clusters and simplify Oracle WebLogic Server management.  Application Continuity for Oracle Database 12c masks many database outages from the applications and users, by recovering the in-flight database sessions following recoverable outages

Together Weblogic Active GridLink and Application Continuity for Oracle Database 12cy allow to achieve higher availability, fault tolerance, scalability in your IT infrastructure and ensure that you services will be available 24/7/365 despite on any incidents or disasters.

Agenda:

»  Oracle WebLogic HA Options Overview

»  Integration with Oracle RAC: Active Gridlink Overview and Benefits

»  Application Continuity: Masking Database Outages

»  Demo

»  Summary

»  Q&A

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04th Dec, 2014

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Frank Nimphius takes to the stage to demonstrate consuming web services from Oracle MAF applications.  This series of videos includes intro level descriptions to data controls, bindings, REST and SOAP.  It then shifts up a gear to cover programmatic access to web services from Java in Oracle MAF.  If you are looking to skill up on Oracle MAF please subscribe to the channel.

  • clip_image002Introduction and Overview – YouTube
  • Designing and Developing a MAF Application – YouTube
  • UI Development in Oracle MAF – YouTube
  • Working with Data and Web Services – YouTube
  • Working with Local SQLite Database – YouTube
  • Integrating with Device Services – YouTube
  • Oracle MAF Security – YouTube
  • Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse – YouTube

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