Saturday, February 20, 2010

JDev/ADF sample - Dynamic Flying Dashboard UI Shell

  • Dynamic Flying Dashboard UI Shell. My today post is next in ADF integration series - Integration. Sample application, I'm going to describe, is based on Dynamic Dashboard Demo code from Oracle ADF Faces Components demo (see Visual Designs). In one of my projects, I got a design requirement to develop entire application with regions, practically using only one JSPX page. Different regions were implemented in separate applications and integrated into main application using ADF JAR libraries. Logically thinking, I should not develop any Dynamic Dashboard UI Shell, and just use ADF Dynamic Regions functionality. Unfortunately, in current JDev 11g PS1 release, we have problems with Dynamic Regions rendering and usage - see SR 3-1354209241 Oracle Metalink request logged by fellow developer. I decided to implement UI Shell that renders static ADF Regions, but in dynamic way.
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Maniesh Sailoz (sid) said...

This is an existing post. We have trying to follow this approach. It really helps us to modularize our development.

Thanks for your work. Your blogs are always practical.

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Thanks for the feedback, I'm happy to help !


Jaya Prakash said...

How can we integrated two different applications having security of their own applications using this Dynamic Flying . It would be a great help .
Thanks Andrejus

Please send the work space to the below id or if you post it in your blob also would be helpful , suite your convinience .

Andrejus Baranovskis said...


You need to define ADF Security permissions inside jazn-data.xml of dynamic dashboard application. Same as with any other ADF application, which is using ADF libraries.