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PDFADF Binding internals Frank Nimphius, Oracle

Published: 04.06.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This session explores the ADF binding from an architecture and developer perspective and explains the metadata files, their configuration, their responsibility and object representation at runtime.

PDFMastering Personalization and Customization in Oracle ADF Applications Frank Nimphius, Oracle

Published: 04.06.2010 - This document is restricted to members

A quote attributed to Charles Darwin -73 attests that “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change”.
This statement also holds true in information technology (IT) where developers need to build long living business applications that are able to easily adapt to organizational changes, differences in end user preferences and changes in the business they support. Developers who create packaged software, commercial or for in house use, have the requirement to tailor their application to specific customer needs in a way that survives the installation of maintenance and error correction patches to the pplication. The ability of applications to adapt to changes is not a luxury in Web 2.0. It is a necessity that needs to be considered in the application design and that should the drive selection of the development platform and architecure. This session explains how Metadata Services in Oracle ADF help developers to build Web 2.0 applications that can be personalized and customized without changing the application source code directly.

PDFADF Enterprise Methodology Group - Simon Haslam

Published: 02.06.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This short presentation describes the active following that is building up for ADF as it matures, some of the achievements of the EMG so far, and how you can participate.

PDFReal-world ADF Security with Single Sign-on - Olaf Heimburger

Published: 02.06.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This talk covers the many approaches taken by real world projects showing their strengths and weaknesses

PPTPorting your Forms/Reports applications to 11g

Published: 25.03.2010 - This document is restricted to members

PDFA day in the life of a JDeveloper Database Developer

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

In this demo-based session you will see how you can design and manage your database across the enterpise. Apply design standards through templates and user defined validation, report on your metadata through a SQL based interface, model and version your databases, compare and merge metadata and live databases and conduct impact analysis

PDFAn Introduction to Team Productivity Center: Application Lifecycle Management in JDeveloper

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

What ALM tools are you using for requirements, tasks, defect management etc: JIRA, Bugzilla, MS Project, SVN, spread sheets, word of mouth? In this session you will see how you can integrate your existing ALM repositories with JDeveloper. Oracle Team Productivity Center provides this integration and added central services such as tags and relationships between ALM artifacts across repositories; content management, collaboration and team management leading to better team working and productivity

PPTAPEX developer competition 2009 - Top UK entry

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

PPTConnecting Oracle Spatial and Google Maps API through APEX user interface

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle Spatial technology presents a platform for a whole variety of uses. The paper will describe the synergy of three services in order to show geospatial data on dynamically generated maps: Oracle Database with Application Express developer tool, Geoserver open source server and Google Maps web service. The geospatial data stored in the Oracle database using Oracle Spatial base structures is available to other services using Geoserver spatial server. User interface developed in Oracle APEX technology enables data display on dynamically generate maps using Google Maps API, also allowing visual data entry through Google Maps.

PPTOPSS Introduction and best practices

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Companies understand the necessity of including security as part of the development process, but they face challenges in implementing security in the various layers of multi-tiered Web applications. What is needed is a framework that provides a means to abstract security, privacy, audit, and identity management from the application and offer integrated services that insulate developers from the intricacies of tasks not directly related to application development. This presentation introduces Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS), a framework that provides enterprise product development teams, systems integrators (SIs), and independent software vendors (ISVs) with a standards-based, portable, integrated, enterprise-grade security framework for Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) and Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) applications. OPSS provides an abstraction layer in the form of standards-based application programming interfaces (APIs) that insulate developers from security and identity management implementation details. With OPSS, developers don’t need to know the nitty-gritty of cryptographic key management or interfaces with user repositories and other identity management infrastructures. In this presentation, we first review the main application security concepts and then delve into how security is provided as a service through a set of open APIs. This presentation is intended for developers, architects, and security administrators.

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