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Monday, 16 April 2018

ADF Skinning: Increase Icon size of af:panelSpringBoard


ADF Faces af:panelSpringBoard component shows af:showDetailItem in a fancy view using icons as the notation of showDetailItem

From Oracle Docs

The panelSpringboard control can be used to display a group of contents that belongs to a showDetailItem. An icon strip with icons representing the showDetailItem children along with the item's contents are displayed when in strip mode, and a grid of icons with no contents shown is displayed in grid mode. When the user selects an icon while the panelSpringboard is in strip mode, the panelSpringboard discloses the associated showDetailItem. When the user selects an icon while the panelSpringboard is in grid mode, this automatically causes the panelSpringboard to display in strip mode. Typically you would put one or more showDetailItem components inside of the panelSpringboard but you may also alternatively place a facetRef, group, iterator, or switcher inside of the panelSpringboard as long as these wrappers provide showDetailItem components as a result of their execution

I have added a panel springboard on the page and by default, it looks like this


Monday, 9 April 2018

PL/SQL Function


PL/SQL Function is same as PL/SQL Procedure, The only difference is that function must return a value and a procedure may or may not return a value

Saturday, 7 April 2018

PL/SQL Procedure


Previously I have posted about PL/SQL Block structure , A piece of code that is organized in a properly defined sequence is called a block

PL/SQL provides two types of blocks

Function- A PL/SQL block that performs a task or set of tasks and returns a value

Procedure- A PL/SQL block that performs a task or set of tasks and may or may not return a value


Monday, 2 April 2018

PL/SQL Exceptions


An error that occurs during execution of the program is called exception, Like other programming languages, PL/SQL offers a way to catch these exceptions and handle them.

There are two types of exceptions in PL/SQL


  1. System-Defined Exceptions 
  2. User-Defined Exceptions