ORACLE ADF

ORACLE ADF

Overview:
Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) is an end-to-end application framework that builds on Java EE standards and open-source technologies to simplify and accelerate implementing enterprise applications. Oracle ADF is an extensible end to end Rapid Development Framework. Oracle ADF is suitable for enterprise developers who want to create applications that search, display, create, modify, and validate data using web, mobile, and desktop interfaces. Oracle ADF provides ready-to-use data control implementations for common business service technologies.

Training Objectives of ORACLE ADF
Oracle ADF is suitable for enterprise developers, who want to create applications that search, display, create, modify, and validate data using web, mobile, and desktop interfaces. ORACLE ADF Online Training is the one of the best online course thorough worldwide. Our training methodology is very unique when compare to the all online training institutes. Our ORACLE ADF Trainers are highly dedicated and most efficient trainers. We provide classes through online by using world class interactive system. We also give interview support & Technical support.

Target Students and Prerequisites:
Students should be aware on HTML, XML, and Java development.

Course Contents:
Introduction to Fusion and ADF
Oracle ADF and JDeveloper
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle Fusion Architecture
ADF and MVC
More about ADF

Exploring JDeveloper
JDeveloper 11g New Features
Building ADF Application in JDeveloper
Configuring JDeveloper Preferences
Database Schema Design
JDeveloper 11g New Features

Database Designing Tools in JDeveloper
Creating Offline Objects
Synchronize Online-Offline Database

Data Modeling with ADF Business Components
Advantages of ADF BC
ADF BC Categories
Creating ADF Business Components
Business Component Browser

Entity Objects and Associations
Data Persistence using Entity Objects
Creating Entity Objects
Modify Entity Object Default Behaviour
Associations
Groovy expressions
Validation Life Cycle
Built-in Declarative Validation Rules
Validation Execution
Failure Handling
Creating Validation Rule Class

View Objects and View Links
Populating Data in View Objects
Creating View Objects
Modify View Object Default Behavior
View Links
Creating View Criteria
Creating List of Values (LOV)
Dependent LOVs

Application Modules
Designing Application Module
Creating Application Module
Application Module Editor
Testing Service Methods

Programmatically Modifying Default Behavior
Supporting Java Classes
Modify Entity Object Behavior
Modify View Object Behavior
Service Methods and Application Module

Introduction to User Interface Technologies
User Interface – Available Technologies
Java Server Faces
ADF Faces

Understanding ADF Data bindings
ADF Data Model and Bindings
Exposing Business Components as Data Controls
JSF Expression Language
Binding Components to Data

Understanding ADF Task Flows
Characteristics of ADF Task Flow
Creating a Task Flow
Using ADF Task Flow Components
Using Method Call Activities
Creating Managed Beans

Enriching the Page Content
ADF Faces Rich Client Components
Using Facets
Using ADF Faces Components
UI and Translation

Understanding Layout Basics
ADF Faces Layout Components
ADF Faces Skins
Enabling PPR

Ensuring Reusability
Pros and Cons of Reusability
Reusing Components
Designing for Reuse
Creating ADF Library
What Fits your Requirements

Implementing Page Navigation
ADF Faces Navigation Components
Performing Navigation
Defining Access Keys
Using Train Components

Handling Application Events
JSF Page Life Cycle
ADF Lifecycle Phases
Creating Action Methods
Value Change Events

Managing and Validating Data
Holding Values in Data Model
Holding Values in Managed Beans
Passing Values between Pages
Validation Event Points
ADF Binding Validation
ADF Faces Validation

Transaction Management
Handling Transactions with ADF BC
Transaction in ADF Task Flow
Specifying Task Flow Transaction Start Options
Creating Save for Later

Troubleshooting ADF Applications
Logging and Diagnostics
Java Logging
ADF Logging
ADF Declarative Debugger
UI Troubleshooting Tools
Configuring ADF Logging

Deploying ADF Applications (WebLogic)
Creating a WAR Profile
Creating a EAR Profile
Testing the Server Connectivity
Deploying the Application

About the Trainer

10 + Years of IT experience, provided training for over 1000+ professionals online Real-time IT experience which enables to provide dedicated quality training. Teaching is his passion vast experience in providing online training around the globe with good communication skills.