Tuesday, March 9, 2010

JDev/ADF sample - Integration in Oracle ADF with ADF Task Flows and Dynamic Regions Navigation

    Download - ADFIntegrationRegions3.zip

8 comments:

Tiah said...

Hello Andrew,

This is Tiah. Earlier today I asked about how to pass parameters to dynamic task flows within a region. I think I got the solution. As long as page definition has all the used task flow definitions along with relevant parameter maps, there will be no issue in passing parameters into these dynamic task flows and back.

I am working on creating a sample app and let you know if this works or not.

If you knew the solution already, please let me know if this works or not.

Thanks,
Tiah

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Hi Tiah,

Actually I aready tested this - and it works well, as you are saying. I have sample app prepared and planning to post it today or tomorrow on the blog :)

Andrejus

Tiah said...

Hi Andrew,

I am able to find a solution without a need to tie the parameter definitions of each of the task flows in the page definition of the region which is used to switch the task flows dynamically.

I am new to ADF and blogging. So can you check my approach given at "http://tiahbb.blogspot.com/2010/03/adf-region-dynamic-taskflows.html".

Thanks again,
Tiah
(*) I yet to find a way to upload my sample application into the blog.
(**). I am a collegue of Husain.

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Looks good - continue blogging :)

Tiah said...

Thank You Andrejus. I get inspiration from people like you.... Wonderful people who share so much wealth of knowldege...

Tiah said...

Thank you Andrejus.

I get inspiration from people like you who share so much of knowledge with others...

Thanks again,
Tiah

Ramesh Chandra said...

Hi Andy,

Could you tell which .jws file i need to import in jdeveloper to run this sample.

Regards,
Ramesh

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

You can run main application, it should work.

Andrejus