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You’ll be happy to know that new version of Jdeveloper and ADF is out – Jdeveloper 12.2.1.1
Though it looks like a minor version but there are lots of beauties added in this , lots of new componenet introduced , many bug fixed
JUnit is now bundled with Jdeveloper , you need not separately download extension
New Data Visualization Components –

You can now make your ADF Application more interactive with new DVT components introduce in Jdeveloper 12.2.1.1
Picto Chart- To represent numeric information

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Oracle has released a new version 12.2.1.1, not just and ADF version, it is a new release for all Oracle Fusion Middleware products.
Although this could be seen as a minor release, it comes with lots of new features in ADF Business Components, mainly in REST support, and Data Visualization Tools among others, as well as a lot of bug fixes.
There are many new enhancements to Gauge components, we can now set a title, border and also set the indicator wider that the plot area. Read the complete article here.

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You must be excited to read this post, I will describe one very useful feature, available in ADF 12c. This feature – Click History. You can follow steps described by Duncan Mills, to enable and read click history data in server log. There is one more option available – we can read click history data from ADF request (captured by filter class) and log it in custom way (for later analysis). Click history gives such information as client request start/end time (you can calculate client request duration), component client ID, component type, action event type, etc. All this is useful to understand application performance perceived by the client.
Download sample application – DashboardApp.zip (it contains JET libraries, to render JET content within ADF). To test click history and view generated statistics, click on any button and selection component. Click history returns previous action statistics. Let’s click on Cancel button:

You should see similar XML message printed in the log (click history statistics data):
To view it in readable way, you can copy it into XML file and format in JDEV: Read the complete article here.

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ADF 12c and Alta UI change the way how we used to implement UI in ADF. Let’s take a look into Master-Detail. Before Alta UI usual implementation for Master-Detail would be based on vertical layout with master on the top and details below. Alta UI provides different patterns like left-right, bottom-top for Master-Detail implementation – Oracle Alta UI Patterns. I would recommend to watch a demo from Shay Shmeltzer, he explains how to build left-right Master-Detail – Developing Your First Oracle Alta UI page with Oracle ADF Faces. In my post I’m taking a step further and explaining how to manage Master-Detail relationship between different regions.
Here you can watch a demo of sample application developed for today post: Watch the video here.

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clip_image002I was inspired by recently published WorkBetter application with ADF 12c Alta UI demo (you can read more about Alta UI and download WorkBetter application from here – Oracle Alta UI). I have decided to create my own application, using the same guidelines as described by Alta UI. While WorkBetter application is based on EJB, my application is using regular ADF BC model. Right now it displays a list of employees from HR schema and allows to edit selected employee data. In the future, I plan to add CRUD support and more advanced UI features. I would recommend to watch a video from Shay Shmeltzer, he describes how to build your first Alta UI application in ADF.
Here you can download my sample application, implemented with Alta UI – ADFAltaUI.zip. This application implements ADF task flow with employees data. By default, employees data is displayed as a list (you should see how it differs comparing to pre-Alta ADF UI, now UI is much cleaner and only essential data is displayed):
According to Alta UI guidelines, user should be given an option to switch to a grid view. This is useful and gives different perspective for the data view: Read the complete article here.

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