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

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Time for action – adding a Commit button to the UI page

Now we will see how we can expose the built-in Commit operation to the UI using the data control layer:

  1. In the Data controls palette, as shown in the following screenshot, navigate to EmpDirectoryModuleDataControl:
    Time for action – adding a Commit button to the UI page
  2. Under the EmpDirectoryModuleDataControl option, expand the Operations section and select the Commit operation as shown in the preceding screenshot.
  3. Drag this operation to the index.jspx page in the Source view and place it just after the </af:table> tag.
  4. Select the ADF Button option from the menu displayed. This action will create a Commit button to save the changes to the database. ...

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