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ADF Checkboxes with custom checked and unchecked values

In this blog post, I’ll talk about how to create custom checked and unchecked values for a checkbox in an Oracle ADF application. My goal is to do this in a purely declarative way for both single and multi record views. Single record view For the single record view, I’m using a sample application where you can […]

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Page templates in ADF

When building JSF pages for your application, some pages can contain a group of components arranged in a very specific layout, while other pages may use a specific group of components in multiple parts of the page. At times, you may want to share some parts of, or entire pages with other developers. Whatever the case, when something […]

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Converting your Oracle Forms application the ADF Alta UI way

There is a good chance your Oracle Forms application is in need of modernization. With modernization comes more than just migrating to new middleware. Is your 20 year old (or even older) application still suited to the high expectations of the digital age? The likely answer is no. What can you do about it? The challenge Your application […]

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ADF Entity Object Merging: The Why and How

When converting one or more Oracle Forms, including multiple Data Blocks representing the same database table, the QAFE conversion service accumulates and aggregates them to a single Oracle ADF Entity Object. This blog discusses the rationale behind this and how it is implemented. Oracle ADF Entity Objects Oracle ADF has a Model View Controller (MVC) […]

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Post Conversion Steps ADF – Dynamic dropdown using Record Group View Objects

In this post, I’ll explain how dynamic dropdowns using record groups are converted and how to get a dynamic dropdown working in ADF after conversion. The focus of this blog will be to fill a dropdown dynamically using a record group, which contains a query without any input variables. Prerequisites This post requires basic knowledge of […]

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Forms Conversion Server Release 1.11.0

A brief overview of the features that are part of Forms Conversion Server release 1.11.0. Changelog PLL processing Support for the Oracle Forms SYSTEM variables Support for the Oracle Forms SET_WINDOW_PROPERTY, GO_BLOCK, and GO_ITEM built-in Additional OLB support regarding WIDTH, HEIGHT, VISIBLE, X_POSITION, Y_POSITION, and INITIALIZE_VALUE The Oracle Forms FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE built-in converts to the Oracle RETURN […]

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Oracle Forms Modernization at Oracle OpenWorld

QAFE will be at Oracle OpenWorld in two weeks to showcase Oracle Forms Modernization, QAFE style. Forget investing heavily to modernize your Oracle Forms. QAFE features an automated migration process that guides you through the process, while doing the work for you. Would you like to see QAFE do that live? Come and meet us […]

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HTML and Web Components at Full Frontal

The evolution of the web recently resulted in the standardization of Web Components. The ideas and concepts behind this development are explained very well in a presentation that John Allsopp held at Full Frontal 2012, a JavaScript Conference held in Brighton UK. The reason we are excited about this talk, is that it perfectly matches […]

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