Consume a REST Service in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION REST-JSON is the recommended technology of choice for consuming web services in Oracle MAF. In this blog, we will build a MAF application that displays weather forecast for a chosen city. I am using the excellent OpenWeatherMap api to demonstrate consuming a rest service in a MAF mobile application. The application will allow you Read more about Consume a REST Service in Oracle MAF[…]

How to access device camera and save a photo in MAF -Part 2

INTRODUCTION In part 1 of this blog, we learnt how to create a simple Oracle MAF application to access device features. We learnt how to access the device camera and capture a photo. We also learnt how to access a pre-existing photo from the device photo gallery to display on a MAF page. We will Read more about How to access device camera and save a photo in MAF -Part 2[…]

How to access device camera and save a photo in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION Oracle MAF provides a very convenient way to access device features for your android/ios/windows device. You enable device feature access by enabling the correct plugin in the applications maf-application.xml     Once the core plugin is enabled, all you have to do is use the MAF api to access device related features. You can Read more about How to access device camera and save a photo in Oracle MAF[…]

How to display video in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION We host a lot of video content on Wistia that is used on our blogs and in the training courses we provide at https://training.fusionapplied.com. Sometime back, we decided to create a simple mobile application to supplement our training site that allows our users to access their courses on the go. The main feature of Read more about How to display video in Oracle MAF[…]

How to style navigation bar in MAF

INTRODUCTION Using the navigation bar in Oracle MAF has been a very convenient way to display your features in a MAF application. You enable the navigation bar in the applications maf-application.xml     Adding features to MAF application with navigation enabled shows the feature navigation bar with the feature name and any image that was Read more about How to style navigation bar in MAF[…]

Upgrading Oracle MAF in Jdeveloper

INTRODUCTION The process of upgrading Oracle MAF plugin in Jdeveloper is very simple. In Jdeveloper, go to the Help menu, click on Check for Updates and you should be able to install the latest MAF plugin. If everything goes well, you can start making any changes required for the new MAF version as detailed on Read more about Upgrading Oracle MAF in Jdeveloper[…]

How to reset or restart a feature in Oracle MAF?

INTRODUCTION The navigation bar in Oracle MAF is a very convenient way to display your application features in a MAF application. You enable the navigation bar in the applications maf-application.xml     Adding features to MAF application with navigation enabled shows the feature navigation bar with the feature name and any image that was setup Read more about How to reset or restart a feature in Oracle MAF?[…]

IllegalStateException on JUSearchBindingCustomizer.getViewCriteria

You are probably familiar with this use case. You have a page with a table driven by a data control. When you run this page, the data control executes and the table is populated. If you have to stop the data control from executing on page load, you put in a refresh condition like #{!adfFacesContext.initialRender} Read more about IllegalStateException on JUSearchBindingCustomizer.getViewCriteria[…]

ADFC-62004: Scope object serialization failed

I recently had the pleasure of deploying an Oracle BPM application to a brand new staging environment configured for high availability.  The application appeared to run smoothly but for an occasional exception. This stack trace seen in the logs is probably a familiar sight for many:

The Oracle documentation has a high availability guide Read more about ADFC-62004: Scope object serialization failed[…]

How to create a UCM Connection in JDeveloper

This post describes how to create a Content Repository Connection in JDeveloper (11.1.1.6). I’m assuming you have the UCM server running. Open the JDeveloper New Gallery from File->New, and choose ‘Content Repository Connection’ Enter the details of the connection as shown below, where Server Host Name is the hostname where the UCM server is running, Read more about How to create a UCM Connection in JDeveloper[…]