1 JOIN TODAY Go to: OTN Developer Day Oracle Fusion Development Developing Rich Web Applications with Oracle ADF and Oracle WebCenter Portal Hands on Lab (last update, June 2012)
2 Developing Rich Web Applications with Oracle ADF and Oracle WebCenter Portal This tutorial shows you how to build a rich Web application that interacts with a database. You ll be using Oracle JDeveloper 11g Version along with the Oracle ADF framework and WebCenter Portal to build the application, and in the process you ll work with Oracle ADF Business Components, Oracle ADF Face Rich Client Components and Oracle ADF Task Flows. Pre-Requisites Your database should have the HR schema enabled. To do this, from a command line issue the command: sqlplus system Provide the password for the system user. In the SQLPLUS prompt write the following command Alter user HR account unlock ; Alter user HR identified by HR; Part 1: Building the Model When you work in JDeveloper, you organize your work in projects within an application. JDeveloper provides several template applications that you can use when creating an application and projects. The
3 template applications are pre-configured with a basic set of technologies that are needed for developing the various types of applications, and you create your working environment by selecting the template that best fits your needs. You can then configure it to add any other technologies you plan to use. In the first part of this tutorial you are going to open a provided application, HR-Portal, and then create a new ADF Model project where you will build reusable business components that will access the database. You ll be using the Oracle ADF Business Components technology to map Java objects to existing tables in your database. 1. Start JDeveloper by selecting Start > Programs > Oracle Fusion Middleware > JDeveloper Studio In the Select Role dialog, choose Default Role and click OK. 3. The HR-Portal application is available as a zip file (HR-Portals.zip) in the lab directory on your DVD expand it to a temporary directory on your hard drive.
4 4. Open the application HR-Portal by selecting Open Application then navigating to the application folder, selecting the HR-Portal.jws file and clicking open. This will open the base WebCenter Portal application that will be used throughout the remainder of the lab.
5 5. Inside of the HR-Portal application, add a new project by clicking File > New then selecting the Projects menu item in the left side of the new dialog, select the ADF Model project type and click OK. This will take you through the new project wizard. Leave the defaults here and just click Finish.
6 6. Right-click on the new Model project and select new. We re going to create some business components these are the components that interact with your database. Select ADF Business Components from the left side and Business Components from Tables on the right. Then click OK.
7 7. In the first panel of the wizard, we re going to need to define a connection to our database. Click the green plus symbol + next to the connection drop down.
8 8. Fill in the appropriate values as shown and click OK. Select Test Connection to ensure the proper credentials are entered.
9 9. You will be prompted to select a datasource to associate the connection with. Choose Neither and click OK. 10. Click OK again to close the connection dialog and you will be taken into the ADF BC wizard. 11. On the first panel Entity Objects first press the Query button on the far right of the panel. This will query for the potential tables to create entities out of.
10 12. Select Jobs, Departments, and Employees and click the shuttle icon to shuttle them to the selected pane, and click Next to create your entity objects and continue through the wizard.
11 13. In the Updateable View Objects dialog, select Jobs, Departments, and Employees and click the shuttle icon to shuttle them to the selected pane, and click Next to create your updatable view objects and continue through the wizard.
12 14. Skip creation of Read Only View Objects in step 3 of the wizard by selecting Next to continue. Make sure the Application Module is selected to add the data model components to the Application Module that you re creating. Select Next to continue. 15. Skip creation of the Business Components Diagram in step 5 of the wizard by selecting Next to continue. 16. Review the options you ve selected and click Finish to create the objects. You have now created a set of business services that can interact with your database. 17. The WebCenter application comes configured with ADF security to protect your site. In order to test the business components that were just created, you must add user credentials to the security
13 settings. In the JDeveloper menu select Application Secure Users this will open the jazndata.xml file. 18. Select the green plus sign to create a new user supplying the name of bctester, password of bctester or other credentials as desired. Save your work. 19. Right click on the AppModule in the Model project and select run from context.
14 20. Supply the credentials you just created when requested. 21. The business components browser appears in it you can test the business components you just created and see how they function. For example, double click the EmpDeptFkLink1 to see the master detail relationship between Departments and Employees. You can navigate through the departments to see employees in each department. The other buttons will let you create and remove records and execute queries. Enhancing the Business Services
15 In the next few steps you will add validation rules and more to you business components and after doing so you can once again test the functionality out by running the business components tester prior to exposing your data to your User Interface. 22. Locate the Employees object in the application navigator and double click it to open it for editing. 23. Select the Attributes option, then select salary and click the green plus symbol + next to the Validation Rules item to add a new validation rule.
16 24. This will open the validation rule dialog. Select Range for the Rule Type, and then input 0 for the Minimum Value and for the Maximum Value.
17 25. Next click on the Failure Handling tab, and in the Message Text add a message indicating the salary is out of range and click ok to close the dialog. Select OK to close the dialog.
18 26. Now, we select HireDate in the attributes list and in the Property Inspector scroll to the UI Hints section to add a Label, Format Type, and Format Mask. When completed it should look like the following (use uppercase MM to indicate month): 27. If you scroll up slightly in the property inspector you will come to the Value heading. Here we can set a default value for this attribute. Set the Default Value Type radio button to Expression, and for the Default Value put in the expression adf.currentdate (note uppercase D). 28. Click the save all icon along the top to save your work.
19 29. We will now edit the EmployeesView View Object. Locate the object in the application navigator, it is the item next in line after the Employees Entity Object we just finished modifying. Double click this item to open it for editing. 30. Under the attributes section in the EmployeesView, select JobId and click the green plus symbol + sign to create a List of Values. This will open up the list of values wizard.
20 31. In the first page of the wizard, click on the green plus symbol + next to the List Data Source to create a new data source. 32. This will pop up the data source dialog. Here, shuttle JobsView over to the selected side and click OK.
21 33. Next, select JobId from the List Attribute drop down.
22 34. In the same window, click on UI Hints tab to specify the details of the desired control to represent the LOV. For the Default List Type, click the drop down and select Combo Box with List of Values, shuttle JobTitle to the selected list as the visible value for the actual combo box and click OK. 35. Be sure to save your work. 36. You can now right click the AppModule and choose Run to see the changes you made to the business model working. For example try to update the salary field to an invalid value, note the list of values for Jobs, and create a new Employee to see the default value for date.
23 Part 2: Developing the User Interface JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a standard Java EE technology that simplifies Web development. In this part of the tutorial you create a JSF page to access the business components that you created in the previous part. You ll be leveraging the ADF Faces set of components to create a richer user interface. 1. Back in the application navigator, drill down into the Portal project until you reach Portal > Web Content > oracle > webcenter > portalapp > pages.
24 2. Right click on pages and select New from the context menu to open the new gallery again. Select JSF in the left and JSF Page on the right and click OK to open the new jsf page wizard.
25 3. Name the page Departments. Select Create as XML Document, and use the OTN Dev Days Template. Click OK to create the page.
26 4. Once the design view for the page comes up, it s time to build our page. First drag a Panel Splitter layout component over from the Component Palette on the right into the main content facet on the design view.
27 5. Then drag another Panel Splitter into the second facet of the initial panel splitter we created. 6. With this second splitter selected, go to the Properties Iinspector and under the Common section select the Orientation drop down and change it from horizontal to vertical.
28 7. Your page should now look like this:
29 8. Now, go back to the Component Palette and drag a Panel Accordion to the un-split, first facet on the left side of the page.
30 9. Click the showdetailitem 1 that it creates, then pres F2 and change it to read Departments. This could also be done by simply clicking until it puts you into edit mode, or by altering the Text attribute through the Property Inspector.
31 10. Drag a Panel Tabbed component into the second facet (the bottom-right facet) of the second Panel Splitter you created.
32 11. Select the tab, F2 to enter editing mode, and edit the text to read Emp. 12. Next right-click on your newly-named Emp tab and select Insert after Show Detail Item Emp > Show Detail Item. This will add another tab to your panel tabbed after the Emp tab.
33 13. Change the label on this tab to Graph as you did with the Emp tab.
34 14. Lastly, we will drop a Panel Collection into the remaining first facet on the top-right and save all.. So far you used a set of layout components to arrange your page s layout and define areas into which we can now add more UI components. The ADF Faces layout components allow you to have a user interface that changes at runtime, expanding and collapsing parts of your page and changing the views that you are seeing.
35 15. Our page should now look like the following:
36 16. Now it s time to start binding data to the layout. In the application navigator, locate the Data Controls accordion and expand it. Inside the Data Controls expand the AppModuleDataControl. Locate the DepartmentsView1 element and drag it onto the design, dropping it into the accordion panel. This will pop up a context menu where you can select to create the data control as an ADF Read-only Form.
37 17. This will pop up the dialog to configure the form to be created. Leave all the defaults, and select the checkbox to Include Navigation Controls. Then click OK to create the form.
38 18. Back in the Data Controls accordion, expand the DepartmentsView1 data control. Inside you will find a reference to an EmployeesView data control. The difference between this EmployeesView and the one found at the root level is that the one inside the DepartmentsView implements the Departments reference as described in the database. So, when a department is selected in the DepartmentsView, the binding layer makes sure that this EmployeesView is only populated by the employees that belong to the selected department. Master-Detail relationship out-of-the-box. So we will take this employees view and drag it onto the panel collection we placed in the upper-right facet, selecting an ADF Read-only Table from the context menu that pops up.
39 19. In the dialog that pops up for the table customization, select the checkboxes to Enable Filtering and Sorting as well as selecting the Single Row option for the Row Selection radio button and press OK.
40 20. While the table is selected, go to the properties inspector and in the Common section look for the Column Selection dropdown and select Single. 21. Go back to the designer and make sure the Emp tab is selected in our panel tab component and take the same employeesview that we just used and drop it into the tab. This time select the standard ADF Form from the context menu. 22. In the configuration dialog, select to Include Submit Button and click OK.
42 23. At this point your page should look similar to the following:
43 24. Switching to the Graph tab, we are going to once again drag the same EmployeesView data control into the tab, but this time selecting the Graph option from the context menu.
44 25. This will bring up the graph selection dialog. Select the Bar graph option, and use the Bar Graph Type and click OK.
45 26. This will bring up the configuration dialog for this specific type of graph. Drag the Salary attribute from the available list onto the Bars option, and LastName onto the X Axis option and click OK.
46 27. With the graph selected, in the Property Inspector under the Appearance section set the 3D Effect to true, and the AnimationOnDisplay option to cubetoright. 28. Save your work.
47 29. Next we have to configure the security for this page. From the menu bar select Application > Secure > Resource Grants.
48 30. In the Resource Type dropdown select Web Page. a. With Departments selected, click the green plus symbol + next to Granted To selecting Add Application Role from the context menu to add a grant.
49 31. In the dialog that pops up, tick the checkbox next to anonymous-role and click OK. 32. When you re done, your Resource Grants should look like the following: 33. Go back to the page, right-click and select Run from the context menu. 34. The page will compile, deploy to the integrated WebLogic Server and run in the default browser.
51 35. Once it is loaded in your browser, feel free to navigate around and explore the functionality. Here are a few runtime tasks you may want to try: a. Select Next a few times in the Departments Accordion until you get to Deparment Id 50. In the Panel Collection to the right you ll notice all employees belonging to department 50 are displayed. This is demonstrating the master-detail relationship between departments and employees. Select a column and then select the Freeze menu item to see how you can freeze on a column. You may also want to try out sorting on columns, filtering data, hiding columns and detaching the table from the browser window. In addition, select a row of data and notice that this row is provided in the Emp Panel Tab below.
52 b. You can also experiment with the validation on salary that you created in the Employees Entity Object earlier by providing a salary out of range such as Do this now and select Submit in the Emp Panel Tab. You will also notice the Label and Formatting that you added in the UI Hints of the Property Inspector for the Hired Date. In addition, you get exception handling by default on a date field so try entering an incorrect date format and select submit to see the exception that is thrown to the User Interface. c. The next thing you should look at is the Graph so select the Graph tab which will provide 3D Flash rendering of the data for the department that you ve selected. When you re done return to JDeveloper.
53 Part 3: Create a Task Flow and extend the User Interface In this part of the tutorial you add a bounded task flow with two jsf fragments which are reusable features of the ADF Framework. In the first fragment you will add a query component to create a search form and in the second, a form that will allow for editing of the selected record. You ll then add another page to your application and use the ADF Task Flow in the new Customizable jsf page. Additionally, you ll create a new Content Repository connection to your local drive that you can work with in your new jsf page 1. To create our task flow, right-click on the Portal project and select New from the context menu.
54 2. In the new gallery, select JSF on the left hand side and ADF Task Flow from the right. Click OK. 3. This launches the task flow wizard. Name the task flow searchempflow. Leave the remaining options as default and click OK. Page fragments allow us to include the taskflow in other pages.
55 4. This will open a blank bounded task flow. Start by dragging two View components from the component palate and dropping it on the task flow diagram. 5. Rename the view with the green halo to search and the other edit. The green halo around the search view indicates that this is the entry point of the taskflow.
56 6. Next select the Control Flow Case component and use it to connect the search view to the edit view. Replace the default asterisk label with the label edit. The label describes the action that maps the first view to the second.
57 7. Then use a second Control Flow Case to map the edit view back to the search view and label this one back. Your task flow diagram should now look like the following: 8. Save your work.
58 9. Double-click on the search view. This opens the Create New JSF Page Fragment dialog. Leave the defaults and click OK to progress to the page editor.
59 10. In the Data Controls palate, drill into the AppModuleDataControl > EmployeesView > Named Criteria and drag the All Queriable Attributes onto the page. Select the ADF Quick Query with Table option from the context menu.
60 11. Select Single Row selection, Enable Sorting and Filtering and then delete all elements except FirstName, LastName, , and PhoneNumber. The dialog should look like the one below, then click OK.
61 12. Once the table has rendered, drag a Button from the Common Components section of the Component Palette and drop it after the table. You can drag the button into the structure pane window on the left to more easily position it after the table.
62 13. Rename the button to Edit, and in the Property Inspector for the Action property select the edit navigation case we specified in the task flow diagram. 14. Save your work.
63 15. Now return to the task flow diagram and double click on the edit view. 16. This opens the create dialog for the edit page. Accept the defaults and click OK. 17. Take the EmployeesView and drop it on the blank page designer and select ADF Form from the context menu.
64 18. Select to Include Submit Button and click OK.
65 19. In the Data Control palette collapse the EmployeesView if it is still expanded. Then expand AppModuleDataControl > Operations. Drag the Commit operation onto the page and drop it on the Submit button.
66 20. This will pop up a dialog with details about rebinding the button. Just click OK to accept the defaults. This will bind the commit operation for our application module to the Submit button that was created with our form.
67 21. Now drag the Rollback Operation and drag it onto the page and drop it next to the submit button. Select ADF Button from the context menu that appears. 22. Now hold down the Control key and click both buttons, go to the Property Inspector and under the Behavior section, highlight the expression in the field called Disabled and delete the expression. 23. With both buttons selected, in the Common section of the Property Inspector, set the Action field to our back navigation case.
68 24. Save your work. 25. Return to the application navigator and navigate back to Portal > Web Content > oracle > webcenter > portalapp > pages. Right-click on pages and select New from context.
69 26. From the new gallery, select JSF on the left and JSF Page on the right, click OK.
70 27. Like before, this will launch our JSF Page wizard. Name the page Customizable, again use the OTN Dev Days Template and click OK. 28. Once the page editor has loaded, go to the Component Palette and in the dropdown box that says ADF Faces, click on it and select Oracle Composer to select the composer set of components.
71 29. From the Layout section, drag the Layout Customizable component over to the page and drop it on the content facet. 30. In the Property Inspector, change the Type attribute to twocolumn. This WebCenter JSF component will allow us to modify the page layout and content at runtime.
72 Next drag a Show Detail Frame from the Layout components in the Component Palette and drop it in the left top cell and then drop another in the left bottom cell. You can rename these as desired.
73 31. Your page should look like the following when you are finished:
74 32. We are now going to reuse the taskflow you created in the new page. In the application navigator inside Portal > Web Content > Page Flows, select the searchempflow that you just created and drop it into the first showdetailframe 1. Select Region from the context menu that appears. 33. Next we ll see how to interact with a content repository from our ADF application. Expand the Application Resources accordion in the Application Navigator, select Connections and right-click selecting New Connection > Content Repository from the context menu that appears.
75 34. This brings up the Create Content Repository Connection dialog. Put in localdrive for the Connection Name, enter / for the Base Path, and leave the rest as default. Test the Connection, and then click OK.
76 35. Now, you can drill into Connections > Content Repository and drag the localdrive connection you created down to the second detail item you dropped on the page and drop it there. Select Documents Document Manager from the context menu that pops up.
77 36. This will bring up the Edit Task Flow Binding dialog. You can leave everything as default and just click OK. 37. Now we are going to set the page hierarchy for our portal application which will create our navigation menu. Navigate to Portal > Web Content > oracle > webcenter > portalapp > pagehierarchy and double-click pages.xml to open it for editing.
78 38. With Root highlighted, click on the green plus symbol + in the Hierarchy panel. 39. A file navigator opens. Navigate into Pages and select Departments. Select Open to add it to the Page Hierarchy.
79 40. Repeat this process for Customizable as well. When you re finished, your page hierarchy should look like the following: 41. In the menu bar navigate to Application > Secure > Resource Grants again.
80 42. Select Task Flow as the Resource Type. 43. Now click the green plus symbol + next to Granted To to and Add Application Role to the grants to our task flow.
81 44. This time, select authenticated-role as the role we are granting, and click OK. This means that only users who log into our portal will be able to see the taskflow. 45. Next we are going to add the tasklist we created into a resource catalog that users can use at runtime to add components to their portal pages. Navigate to Portal > Web Content > oracle > webcenter > portalapp > catalogs and double click on default-catalog.xml to open it for editing.
82 46. With this open, navigate down to Portal > Web Content > Page Flows and drag our searchempflow over and drop it on the Default Portal Catalog folder in the default-catalog.xml file. 47. Save your work. 48. Go back up to the top level of the portal project, right click on Portal and click Run from the context menu. 49. Explore the application. (To log into the application, the User Name is weblogic and the password is weblogic1.)
83 50. The authenticated page appears as follows:
84 51. After authentication, select the Customizatizable Menu Item to go to your new page. Note that in this page you can resize the showdetailframes by dragging the lower right corner. Next select LastName in the Search drop down. For LastName try King followed by selecting the enter key. You can also use the scroll bar at the bottom of the table and scroll to the right where you can select the right arrow key to do the search. You ll also notice the Content Repository functionality we added so explore this as well.
85 52. Now you can select one of the rows in the table if the result set has more than one entry and then scroll down with the right scroll bar on the table. Select the Edit button to edit the selected entry.
86 53. As you see you get the familiar editing form that you worked with earlier. You ll also see that your validation and exception handling is observed as before. 54. Continue to explore other features of the application.
87 Part 4: WebCenter Portal Runtime Customization WebCenter Portal provides for runtime customizations. We ll explore some of these customizations in this section. 1. With the application running, navigate to the Home page. 2. Click Ctrl+Shift+E on your keyboard. This opens the runtime editor.
88 3. Click on the Add Content button this will open your default resource catalog.
89 4. In the Add Content list you will see the searchempflow task flow that you created earlier. Click the add link to the right of it. You ll see the searchempflow is added to the Home page.
90 5. Now click on the Web Development heading in the content list.
91 6. Select the Add link next to the Text element.
92 7. Click Close. Your page should look like the following:
93 8. Click the Edit Text link for your text item and input your choice of sample text taking note of the rich text editor features. Refer to the image in step 9 below for the link.
94 9. When you re done, click Done Editing to close the editor. Refer to the image in step 8 above for the link. 10. To close the runtime editor, click the Close link in the top-right. Refer to the image in step 9 above for the link. 11. Now you can continue your exploration of the application that you ve built.
95 Important note since you are running without a WebCenter MDS repository any changes and customization that you do right now, will be lost the next time you run your project. In a real WebCenter deployment environment these customization are of course persisted across your interactions with the applications. Summary: In this lab you built a small Portal application that allow for runtime customization as well as database interactions. You ve been using the ADF Framework including Business Components, Task Flows, Rich Client Components and ADF binding. You ve also worked with some of Oracle WebCenter Portal Rich Functionality. Note that with the declarative and visual development experience you almost didn t have to write a single line of code manually to get all the functionality. In the process you learned how to: Build reusable business services that supply the data to the application. Create a data-bound JSF page with rich internet application functionality. Enhance the page by creating a bounded task flow that uses queriable attributes and content repository connections in jsf fragments. All of which is reusable. Work with the WebCenter Portal framework to create a complete site with navigation, authorization and runtime customizations. To learn more about building rich Web Application, visit the JDeveloper and WebCenter pages on OTN for more tutorials, samples, and discussion forums: Oracle JDeveloper page - Oracle WebCenter page - Join the community, and follow JDeveloper and ADF on Twitter and Facebook too.
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