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

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Building the master application

In this chapter, we have built two very small subsystems and deployed them as ADF libraries – now we will create the master application that brings the subsystems together to the final application. A real-life enterprise application will have a number of subsystems, and these will be much larger, but the same principle applies.

In addition to the task flows from the subsystems, the master application will contain:

  1. The master application page
  2. A dynamic region for the task flows
  3. A menu for selecting task flows
  4. A bit of user interface code to tie everything together

Setting up the master workspace

Create a new workspace of type Generic Application, naming it XdmMaster and assigning an application package prefix of com.dmcsol.xdm ...

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