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Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers: A Guide to Web Development with Oracle ADF by Duncan Mills, Peter Koletzke

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What Files Are Involved in Data Binding?

So far, we’ve looked at the results of data binding within the design-time environment, but you might be wondering what is actually going on here? How does the ADF Model actually work and what files are used?

At a high level, the binding model is represented by a series of XML files, which we will examine shortly. At runtime, these XML files are translated by the framework into instances of lightweight Java classes (binding objects) that work with the framework to coordinate the requested business service with the UI.

As was the case with ADF Business Components in Chapter 6, the best way to understand how the ADF model works is to build a simple example and examine all these XML files as they are created. ...

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