Very Practical CRUD with JET and ADF BC – PATCH Method by Andrejus Baranovskis

Posted: April 10, 2016 in Uncategorized
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clip_image001I’m going to share few more tips, how to implement CRUD in JET and call ADF BC 12.2.1 REST service. You are going to learn how to implement table row selection and how to call REST PATCH method to update data through ADF BC REST service. Why very practical? You can take sample application code and use it in your project. Less theory and more practical hints – this is my approach.
This is how it looks JET table (with pagination control – Oracle JET Collection Paging Control and ADF BC REST Pagination Perfect Combination) and form. Download sample application – JETCRUDApp_v2.zip. User can select row and edit data in the form:

I’m going to change salary value for Alexander Hunold and invoke PATCH method with Update button click:

Through network monitor in NetBeans we can check REST method execution. PATCH method is executed for employee ID 103 with Content-Type set to Oracle ADF resource item: Read the complete article here.

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