Developing RIA Web Applications with Oracle ADFPurposeThis tutorial shows you how to build a rich Internet application that interacts with a database. You'll be using Oracle JDeveloper 11gVersion and the ADF framework to build the application, and in the process you'll work with Oracle ADF Business Components, Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client Components and Oracle ADF TaskFlows.Time to CompleteApproximately 2 hoursTopicsThe tutorial covers the following topics: | Overview |
| Scenario |
| Prerequisites |
| Create a New Fusion Application and Business Components || Refine your Business Components |
| Create JSF Web Pages |
| Bind Data Controls to your JSF Page |
| Enhance your JSF Page |
| Add More Complex Business Services |
| Create a PageFlow |
| Use ADF Faces Framework Features |
| Create Read Only Business Services, Page Fragments and Regions |
| Summary |
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