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Setup ADF Faces based JSF Runtime environment in Tomcat 6 July 24, 2009

Posted by Terry.Cho in JSF & ADF (Oracle Application Development Framework).
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Tutorial for set up ADF Faces for Tomcat 6.0.
I used JDeveloper 11 version.

If you feel the steps are hard, you can easily download below files and exract them into $TOMCAT_HOME/lib

http://www.box.net/shared/4uppskee7z

Important :
If  you are using JDeveloper to develop ADF Faces application. Please uncheck all of Libraries in WEB-INF/lib in your application. The libraries are already deployed by above steps. If you deploy them by including WEB-INF/lib. It can make error.
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Deploy ADF based JSF application into WebLogic Server July 23, 2009

Posted by Terry.Cho in JSF & ADF (Oracle Application Development Framework).
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This posting is continued from https://javamaster.wordpress.com/2009/07/23/develop-jsf-application-with-oracle-adf-in-eclipse/
It explains how to configure weblogic domain and deploy ADF based JSF application to weblogic server. And test the application.

Develop JSF application with Oracle ADF in Eclipse. July 23, 2009

Posted by Terry.Cho in JSF & ADF (Oracle Application Development Framework).
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Oracle ADF has JSF (Java Server Faces – Part of JEE5 standard) implementation.
It provides very rich UI component.
Commonly people think that “to use ADF, do we need JDeveloper?”. Answer is no.
ADF contains whole application framework including Biz Logic, Data Access,View etc.
In this example we just use ADF Faces as a JSF implementation and shows implementation method with eclipse.

Environment
– WebLogic 11g (Bundled in JDeveloper 11g)
– JDeveloper 11g
– Eclipse Galileo

You can download source code here