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

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Summary

In this chapter, you have built a Common Model workspace to supplement the Common Code and Common UI workspaces you built in Chapter 5, Prepare to Build. Using the ADF Libraries created from these three base workspaces, you have developed two subsystems, implementing the two use cases you first saw in Chapter 1, The ADF Proof of Concept.

You have used bounded task flows with page fragments to build well-defined, re-usable blocks of functionality that can easily be combined into a larger master application. You have seen how to use proper enterprise methodology, including task tracking to focus your work, and a central source repository.

You have deployed your subsystems as ADF Libraries and combined them in a master application, including ...

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