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Category: ADF

ADF – Display DepartmentName instead of DepartmentId

Create a new ADF project, with a a page on adfc-config. Create new business components based off the default HR schema. Open the new Employee view object the you have just created and add a new List of Values to the DepartmentId attribute. Add a new List Data Source: Add DepartmentsVO to EmployeesVO: Select the […]

SVN – Revert to a different version

Reverting to a different version using subversion is a relatively easy procedure. I had a problem with our project with regards to a colleague commiting to the SVN and creating a lot of errors. This was fixed by reverting the SVN repository to a previous version, checking out his code into a separate directory and […]

ADF – Attribute <attribute_name> in <app_module>.<vo_name> is required.

Hi there, After a change in our database today, one of the columns that we use was marked as not mandatory. This is normally not a problem, as we just open up the EO and uncheck the mandatory flag. Once I ran the application and filled in the form though, I started getting the error:¬†Attribute […]

ADF – Definition association of type Entity Association is not found

After re-syncing my entities with the database, I started running getting this error when I ran my application. The problem was that after the sync, the package prefixes that I had given for the associations and entities had been lost within the Application Module and Entity Objects. To solve this issue, open the files and […]

ADF – Recursive Tree

This post will show you how to create a multi-level tree in ADF, using a single View Object. Download the ADF Recursive Tree JDeveloper project here… The first step is to create your business components. I will be basing this off of the HR schema, using the employees table. 1) Enter your database details: 2) […]