Personalising ADF Query with MDS User Persistence by Red Samurai

Posted: August 13, 2014 in Uncategorized
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I bet you are familiar with ADF Query UI having many criteria items. This may look irritatingto the users, as there are so many options to use for the search. I will describe alternative approach in this post, with MDS user persistence and personalisation involved. It might be more user friendly, to offer only few criteria items by default and allow to add other items through ADF Query advanced option, together with MDS user persistence feature enabled for personalisation. Post is based on sample application from – ADF Query Saved Search in ADF 12c.
Here is updated sample application, for today post – SavedSearchApp_v2.zip. As you can see, there is minimal criteria set is available by default  Read the complete article here.

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