Course Duration - 30Days

Oracle ADF Course Content

Oracle ADF (Application Development Framework) is a commercial Java framework for building enterprise applications. It gives you visual and declarative approaches to Java EE development. It provides rapid application development ready to use design patterns, metadata driven and visual tools. Using this we can build a Fusion web application that uses ADF Business Components, ADF Controller, ADF Model and ADF Faces rich client along with high level development practices.
Training Objectives of ADF:
Oracle ADF is a complete end to end application framework that builds on Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) standards and open-source technologies. Using this you can implement enterprise solutions that search, display, create, update and validate data using web, wireless, desktop, or web services interfaces. Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF both will give you an environment that covers the full development lifecycle from design to deployment, with drag and drop data binding, visual user interface design and team development features built in.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students should be aware on HTML, XML, and Java development.

Introduction to Fusion and ADF
  • 1.Oracle ADF and JDeveloper
  • 2.Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • 3.Oracle Fusion Architecture
  • 4.ADF and MVC
  • 5.More about ADF
Exploring JDeveloper
  • 1.JDeveloper 11g New Features
  • 2.Building ADF Application in JDeveloper
  • 3.Configuring JDeveloper Preferences
  • 4.Database Schema Design
  • 5.JDeveloper 11g New Features
Database Designing Tools in JDeveloper
  • 1.Creating Offline Objects
  • 2.Synchronize Online-Offline Database
Data Modeling with ADF Business Components
  • 1.Advantages of ADF BC
  • 2.ADF BC Categories
  • 3.Creating ADF Business Components
  • 4.Business Component Browser
Entity Objects and Associations
  • 1.Data Persistence using Entity Objects
  • 2.Creating Entity Objects
  • 3.Modify Entity Object Default Behaviour
  • 4.Associations
  • 5.Groovy expressions
  • 6.Validation Life Cycle
  • 7.Built-in Declarative Validation Rules
  • 8.Validation Execution
  • 9.Failure Handling
  • 10.Creating Validation Rule Class
View Objects and View Links
  • 1.Populating Data in View Objects
  • 2.Creating View Objects
  • 3.Modify View Object Default Behavior
  • 4.View Links
  • 5.Creating View Criteria
  • 6.Creating List of Values (LOV)
  • 7.Dependent LOVs
Application Modules
  • 1.Designing Application Module
  • 2.Creating Application Module
  • 3.Application Module Editor
  • 4.Testing Service Methods
Programmatically Modifying Default Behavior
  • 1.Supporting Java Classes
  • 2.Modify Entity Object Behavior
  • 3.Modify View Object Behavior
  • 4.Service Methods and Application Module
Introduction to User Interface Technologies
  • 1.User Interface – Available Technologies
  • 2.Java Server Faces
  • 3.ADF Faces
Understanding ADF Data bindings
  • 1.ADF Data Model and Bindings
  • 2.Exposing Business Components as Data Controls
  • 3.JSF Expression Language
  • 4.Binding Components to Data
Understanding ADF Task Flows
  • 1.Characteristics of ADF Task Flow
  • 2.Creating a Task Flow
  • 3.Using ADF Task Flow Components
  • 4.Using Method Call Activities
  • 5.Creating Managed Beans
Enriching the Page Content
  • 1.ADF Faces Rich Client Components
  • 2.Using Facets
  • 3.Using ADF Faces Components
  • 4.UI and Translation
Understanding Layout Basics
  • 1.ADF Faces Layout Components
  • 2.ADF Faces Skins
  • 3.Enabling PPR
Ensuring Reusability
  • 1.Pros and Cons of Reusability
  • 2.Reusing Components
  • 3.Designing for Reuse
  • 4.Creating ADF Library
  • 5.What Fits your Requirements
Implementing Page Navigation
  • 1.ADF Faces Navigation Components
  • 2.Performing Navigation
  • 3.Defining Access Keys
  • 4.Using Train Components
Handling Application Events
  • 1.JSF Page Life Cycle
  • 2.ADF Lifecycle Phases
  • 3.Creating Action Methods
  • 4.Value Change Events
Managing and Validating Data
  • 1.Holding Values in Data Model
  • 2.Holding Values in Managed Beans
  • 3.Passing Values between Pages
  • 4.Validation Event Points
  • 5.ADF Binding Validation
  • 6.ADF Faces Validation
Transaction Management
  • 1.Handling Transactions with ADF BC
  • 2.Transaction in ADF Task Flow
  • 3.Specifying Task Flow Transaction Start Options
  • 4.Creating Save for Later
Troubleshooting ADF Applications
  • 1.Logging and Diagnostics
  • 2.Java Logging
  • 3.ADF Logging
  • 4.ADF Declarative Debugger
  • 5.UI Troubleshooting Tools
  • 6.Configuring ADF Logging
Deploying ADF Applications (WebLogic)
  • 1.Creating a WAR Profile
  • 2.Creating a EAR Profile
  • 3.Testing the Server Connectivity
  • 4.Deploying the Application

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