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Oracle ADF 11gR2 Development Beginner's Guide by Vinod Krishnan

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Knowing the roles

When you launch the IDE without the –nonag startup option, a splash screen followed by a Select Role screen is displayed. The Select Role screen provides the options to select the role in which you want to start the IDE. This is also referred to as shaping the IDE based on the selection. You have an option to configure this in the Switch Roles menu in Tools.

  • Studio Developer: This role will include all the features available for the IDE. You will be allowed to create applications using different technologies. You have the option to choose the features to include in the Features menu in Tools. This is the commonly used role for ADF development.
  • Customization Developer: This role is more inclined towards customization for a user ...

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