Business Logic in Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service by Shay Shmeltzer

Posted: September 18, 2017 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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As you start building more complex applications in Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service, you’ll might need to define more complex interactions between objects or validations on rows of data or specific fields.

In the new version of ABCS that we rolled out in February we added these type of capabilities.

There are several things you could do with the new Business Rules section of ABCS

  • Triggers – allow you create logic that will be executed in specific CRUD events such as when you insert, remove or update a record.
  • Object Validators – allowing you to define checks across multiple fields in your object
  • Field Validators – allowing you to define a check on specific field values.
  • Object Functions – reusable functions that can be called from the other points

Note that these logic points will be running on the server side of ABCS.

In the video below I demonstrate a couple of these capabilities. You’ll learn how to update one object when a specific value is set in another object’s field. You’ll also see how to check whether a combination of values in fields in a record is valid. Watch the video here.

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