Oracle`s Application Development Framework uses visual tools to rapidly generate and maintain full-stack Java EE applications. Delegates on this course will learn how to use the tools to develop an end-to-end MVC sample application based on Oracle`s 10g or 11g database and Java technologies including JavaServer Pages, the JSF framework and Enterprise JavaBeans. Java developers will learn how to customise such an application using hand-written code. The course also includes an analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of such tools for JEE code generation.
Cost: Price on application
Duration: 3 Days
This course is not available as part of our public schedule but can be provided on a customised client specific basis.
Layering an Application
The Facade Pattern
Oracle Products and Tools
Oracle Containers for J2EE (OC4J)
Data Schemas: Table Relationships, Primary and Foreign Keys.
Database Tables as Java Objects.
Creating a Database Connection in JDeveloper
Generating Mappings between Entity Objects and Tables.
Table Associations in Java
The Business Components Modeller.
Exposing Data for the View
Selecting valid ranges
Building ADF View Components
JSP and JSF Tags
Web Application Configuration: web.xml
Creating JSF Views in ADF
User Navigation and Page Flow.
Binding View Components to the Data Model.
JSP Expression Language
Customising with HTML and CSS Style Sheets.
Understanding and Using ADF Faces Components.
Security, Validation and Error
Client Side Validation
JEE Archive Format
Installing and Starting OC4J
Creating a Connection to the Web Server.
Deploying to OC4J
Running the Application in a Browser.
Pitfalls of Distributed Application Development.
Is Code Generation an Advantage?
Patterns and Architectures in Java Enterprise Development