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Saturday, 30 July 2016

ADF Basics: Populate simple programmatic View Object using POJO


Hello All

I hope you all know that we have 4 type of viewObjects in ADF, Here we'll discuss about a simple programmatic viewObject
  • Entity Object Based
  • SQL Query Based
  • Static List Based
  • Programmatic ViewObject
Programmatic ViewObject can be created by overriding appropriate methods in ViewObject's Impl class to retireve data from REF CURSOR, Array or any Java file
Here in this post I am using an ArrayList (POJO based) to populate viewObject records so for that I'll override some methods of ViewObject Impl class

Monday, 25 July 2016

ADF UI- dvt:bubbleChart component overview, Show data in 3 dimensions

Hello All

In ADF we have many dvt components and dvt:bubbleChart is one of them. This chart uses three measures for X-axis, Y-axis and size of bubble and looks good on UI

A good interface makes it easy for users to use application with interest, Previously I have posted a lot about ADF UI , you can read all posts here- Better UI in Oracle ADF

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

ADF UI- Using New DVT Component Picto Chart in ADF 12.2.1.1


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Couple of weeks ago Oracle released new version of ADF & Jdeveloper i.e. 12.2.1.1
This release comes with many new features and data visualization components, one of them is Picto Chart

DVT Component Picto Chart is used to visualize pictorial presentation of Numbers and it uses a count attribute to present chart portion, If you need to show different types of information in picto chart then more than one count attribute can be used

Monday, 11 July 2016

Get selected Tag value from dvt:tagCloud component using custom selection listener in ADF 12.2.1.1


Hello All

Previously I have posted about using new DVT component TagCloud to design better UI (Showing TagCloud from ViewObject data) and this post is about getting selected tag value of TagCloud component

To enable selection in TagCloud component first thing is to set selectionMode property single, after that we can create a custom selection listener in managed bean to get selected row