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Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook: A Guide to Fusion Web Development (Oracle Press) 1st Edition

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A Complete Guide to Oracle Fusion Web Development with Oracle JDeveloper 11g

Written by world-renowned Oracle JDeveloper experts, this exclusive Oracle Press resource shows you how to build Java Platform, Enterprise Edition web applications using Oracle JDeveloper 11g, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), and JavaServer Faces. Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook walks you through the creation of a complete sample application that employs highly interactive user interface components and declarative development methods. Learn the techniques required to implement Oracle Fusion-oriented solutions using Oracle JDeveloper 11g from this hands-on guide.

  • Work in the Oracle JDeveloper 11g Integrated Development Environment
  • Create business services with Oracle ADF Business Components
  • Develop entity object definitions that represent database objects and encapsulate business logic
  • Create components that query database data
  • Encapsulate complex data operations
  • Build JavaServer Faces applications
  • Work with the Oracle ADF Controller and Task Flows
  • Enable high interactivity with Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client
  • Bind the user interface to the business services layer using Oracle ADF Model
  • Learn design principles and best practices for working with Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF

About the Author

Duncan Mills is the director of product management for Oracle JDeveloper.

Peter Koletzke, Oracle Certified Master, is a technical director and principal instructor for the Enterprise e-Commerce Solutions practice at Quovera.

Avrom Roy-Faderman, Ph.D., is a senior J2EE developer and senior instructor for the Enterprise e-Commerce Solutions practice at Quovera.

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Product Details

  • Series: Oracle Press
  • Paperback: 912 pages
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (October 23, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0071602380
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071602389
  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 1.7 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,137,712 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Steve J. Hall on December 1, 2009
Format: Paperback
I was hoping for a book that would provide an in-depth discussion of applying this technology to my business problem. And frankly, I am disappointed. I suppose that my chief disappointment is that the book seems to digress too quickly into a tutorial. For example, I was interested in how to use a popup dialog box. There is no coverage of popup dialog boxes outside the chapters where one builds a sample application. Another of the key concepts that separates ADF Faces technology from Java Server Faces is the built in partial page rendering available in the ADF components. The authors devote one page to a general discussion of the technology, glossing over some important details in my opinion, then digress into another series of tutorials. While tutorials are great if I am building the sample application, everyone I speak with agrees that tutorials generally fall short when it comes to applying the technology to real business problems. Additionally, no place that I have worked is interested in paying you while you build the sample application in order to learn the technology. We need books that allow us to quickly apply the technology to our business problems. In my case, my business problem is more complex than simple master detail relationships and persisting data to a database. Perhaps my review would be more positive if my business problem were that simple.

Another place where the book falls short is that it fails to discuss the what the various controls on the property inspector are for, leaving us guessing and in many cases simply wondering.

If you are looking for a reasonably good tutorial, showing you how to build a typical CRUD application backed by a database, then this might be for you.
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I bought this book to help me with my ADF web application development, but it ended up not helping me with my specific needs as much as I had hoped. It contained a lot of information about ADF Business Components which would have been helpful at the start of the application, but I was already well into it before I ordered this book.

It gives a very good over view of JDeveloper and ADF, so a person just beginning with Web development with JDeveloper would probably gain a lot from reading this book.
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This book's tutorial is woefully out of date. I can't believe that JDeveloper has changed so much between version 11.1.1 & 11.1.2. I am using JDeveloper 11g Release 2 (11.1.2.1.0) and have continually found references in this book that simply do not exist in my version of JDeveloper. I am currently stopped due to an issue with the tutorial, page 639, instruction #11. When I attempt to follow the instruction and I get an error. I had high hopes for this text but it has been a real disappointment as far as learning how to use JDeveloper.
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I bought this book because I thought that this book will provide me some information about Oracle ADF technology.

There is a complete sample application to be built in this book, but you have to first complete the first 3/4 of the book to understand what the author is trying to do in that sample application. I have seen other books, where the author starts to build the sample application along with telling the fundamentals of the technology, and then implementing them along the way, which makes it easy for beginners to follow.

One more thing, the book is divided into chapters numbers and then topics under them. There is no numbering for individual topics in the book. So if author is referring to something he says it is "discussed in chapter 20" or would say it is discussed under "How do you create and edit view link definitions". Personally, I find it difficult to get to the topic and almost always have to go through the index.

In nutshell, I think the author knows ADF technology very well, but the book could be formatted and written in a better way.

Hope this helps.
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I agree with the first review. I bought this book expecting there would we more deep discussion into the framework for at least a medium business need. What I got by reading the entire book is a short version of the developer guide, that is actually free from oracle's web site.
But, you still need to know how to develop a CRUD application before doing the real business app. And yes, we still need a non-basic ADF book.
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Pros:

1. Lot of information explained with starting from the basics.
2. Good book for the ADF beginners as the coverage is exhaustive.

Cons:

1. Unfortunately, this book is a very disorganized book. It keeps on mentioning, as explained in section "section title". It does not talk about where that section is (in which chapter which section or which page). We have to scratch our head and use the table of contents to locate the section and the corresponding page.
2. It contains lot of grammatical errors. Sentences that start after period will start with a lower case letter.
3. Paragraph division sucks. Book mixes two different topics into the same paragraph. All the sudden, same topic will be split into 2 paragraphs. This made the book hard to enjoy the reading.

Hoping that author will fix these cons in the next version and make the book a gem.
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