Monthly Archives: July 2013

MSKCC ADF 11g Application & Project Structure

Oracle offers several patterns for 11g ADF application/project structure, this information has been well documented by Chris Muir and you can see his presentation here.  Together working with our developers on several prototypes, we have determined the ideal path for … Continue reading

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MSKCC ADF Project Structure Part 3

Stage 3 – Multiple application “pillar” architecture for advance development. We plan on transitioning to this stage in the future once entire team becomes familiar with ADF 11g. Based on “Pillar” Architecture Source: Angels in the ADF Architecture Actual components: … Continue reading

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MSKCC ADF Project Structure Part 2

Stage 2 – Two Applications for our initial 11g ADF development. This stage is an intermediate step before Pillar Architecture stage. We will be building our ADF 11g application based on the following structure. General structure (thanks to Chris Muir … Continue reading

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MSKCC ADF Project Structure Part 1

Stage 1- Single Application for beginner skilled team. This was a similar pattern we used for our ADF 10g application minus the 11g specific components. Based on “Monster” aka “Colossal” structure: Source: Angels in the ADF Architecture Actual components: viewresources.jar … Continue reading

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Solution: ADF Faces & BC, oracle.mds.core.MetadataNotFoundException: MDS-00013: no metadata found for metadata object

Cliffs: If you encounter MDS-00013 exception referring to a .jpx file after refactoring an ADF BC project, check for references within your projects that has an invalid reference. Complex refactoring can be a daunting task with ADF! A tough lesson … Continue reading

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Solution: How to setup standalone Weblogic 11g (10.3.5) with ADF Runtime 11g (11.1.2.4)

While attempting to setup a standalone environment for ADF 11g, I found the easiest way to quickly get one running was to use the JDeveloper installer to add the ADF Runtime libraries into a wls directory. This was the exact … Continue reading

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