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Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development—Made Simple by Sten E. Vesterli

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Structuring workspaces, projects, and code

Your ADF application is going to consist of lots of files and development artifacts. To prevent utter chaos, you need to decide how to divide your enterprise project into manageable parts. Fortunately, JDeveloper and the ADF framework support this separation very well through the concepts of workspaces and ADF Libraries.

Workspaces

JDeveloper works with the concept of application workspaces (confusingly often just called "applications"). To avoid this confusion, the following will refer to application workspaces as just workspaces. Each application workspace can contain multiple projects.

You should not build your entire enterprise application in just one application workspace. Having everything in one big ...

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