Oracle JDeveloper for Forms and PL/SQL Developers: A Guide to Web Development with Oracle ADF

Oracle JDeveloper for Forms and PL/SQL Developers: A Guide to Web Development with Oracle ADF

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By (author) Peter Koletzke, By (author) Duncan Mills

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  • Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill
  • Format: Paperback | 562 pages
  • Dimensions: 188mm x 226mm x 43mm | 907g
  • Publication date: 12 September 2006
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0072259604
  • ISBN 13: 9780072259605
  • Sales rank: 855,154

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This is the most efficient way to learn J2EE programming techniques. Two Oracle experts demonstrate techniques for working within J2EE and JDeveloper for the thousands of developers currently using Oracle Forms and the PL/SQL language. Oracle is shifting their focus towards Java technologies, so you will need to know how to use the Java-based J2EE and JDeveloper. The book includes explanations of the Application Development Framework (ADF). Throughout, high-level and low-level Forms concepts are related to Java concepts so that you can become comfortable with the new terminology. It covers the new components required when developing and deploying a J2EE application. Special mentions in the text describe how JDeveloper techniques translate to PL/SQL or Oracle Forms. It covers JDeveloper 10.1.3 and ADF Faces, and all code and examples will be available online.

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Peter Koletzke, an Oracle Certified Master, is the Technical Director and Principal Instructor at Quovera. Duncan Mills is Senior Principal Product Manager of Application Development Tools at Oracle Corporation.

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Create J2EE Internet Applications Using Oracle JDeveloper 10g and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Migrate your Oracle development skills to a Java-based Web development environment using Oracle JDeveloper 10g, Release 3 (10.1.3) and this exclusive guide from Oracle Press. Written by Oracle experts, "Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers" shows you, step-by-step, how to create Internet-ready Java platform applications. You'll learn the best way to use Oracle JDeveloper 10g, construct robust Web pages and UIs, access databases, and implement important security procedures. PL/SQL and Oracle Forms concepts are compared with Oracle JDeveloper, JSF, and ADF programming techniques throughout to assist you in the evolution to Java technology. Accompanying files can be found at tuhra.com Develop J2EE Web applications using Oracle JDeveloper 10g and Oracle Application Development Framework Understand the APIs, architectures, programming styles, and protocols that provide the foundation to J2EE Use Oracle JDeveloper as an IDE for rapid application development Wire Oracle databases into Java Web applications using ADF Business Components Build professional component-based user interfaces using JavaServer Faces and ADF Faces Use the ADF Model to bind user interfaces to backend business services Create login and logout screens, menus, home pages, edit pages, and interfactive search pages Incorporate a container-managed security policy based on standard Java APIs Call PL/SQL code in the database from your Web applications Render Web pages and migrate Oracle Forms applications using Oracle JHeadstart

Table of contents

Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: Technology Overviews Chapter 1: J2EE Basics Chapter 2: Web Communications Chapter 3: JDeveloper and ADF as RAD Tools Chapter 4: Required Web Languages and Java Language Basics Chapter 5: JavaServer Faces Basics Chapter 6: Business Services in ADF Chapter 7: The ADF Model Layer Chapter 8: ADF Model Advanced Bindings Part II: Developing the Application Chapter 9: Your First JSF Chapter 10: Application Design Principles and Sample Application Overview Chapter 11: Home Page and Menus Chapter 12: Search Page Chapter 13: Edit Page Chapter 14: Adding Security Part III: Additional Techniques Chapter 15: Sample Application Enhancements Chapter 16: Oracle JHeadstart INDEX