If you have ever wondered how to get access to any HTTP session in your ADF application this post will solve the problem.
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Imagine that you need to do some work just before or a little after an application starts. It might be to prepare some configuration or to start some background services. There is a very simple solution to call some java method on an ADF Application boot time – It’s a servlet with “Load on application start” option.
Tutorials from this sections comes from: http://docs.oracle.com/
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