ADF-DRY #1: JDeveloper code templates

DRY (Don’t repeat yourself) – is a one of the main principles of software development. It’s usually associated with avoiding of code repetition, but you can use it to optimise your workspace. How? Let’s start from code templates. (more…)

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How to call a method on application load

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. (more…)

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