MAF 2.0: Using Local Database by Waslley Souza

Posted: April 15, 2015 in JDeveloper & ADF, Mobile
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When you are building a MAF application, you may decide to use Web Services (SOAP / REST) or local Database to retrieve or persist your data. If you decide to use local Database, the SQLite is the default Database of MAF. SQLite is designed for use as an embedded database system, one typically used by a single user and often linked directly into the application. It is ACID-compliant, lightweight and portable.

In this post I will create a CRUD of employees in Oracle MAF 2.0 using SQLite Database. Download the sample application: MAFDBApp.zip.

This article was published on OTN LA in brazilian portuguese, and you can read it here: Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.0: Usando Banco de Dados Local.

Create a Mobile Application Framework Application, and name it as MAFDBApp. Read the complete article here.

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