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As you probably expect, clicking the edge of the window and then dragging will resize that window. You can also maximize a window by double-clicking the tab. This expands the window to fill the IDE; double-clicking the tab again reverses the action.
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Each of the windows can be dragged and repositioned to fit your specific needs. To move a window, click and drag the window tab. As you move the window, JDeveloper gives a visual indication of where the window will appear when you drop it. You can either drop a window inside another window, in which case the windows share the same space and you would use the window tab to bring one in front of the other, or drop it to the side of a window. Alternatively, pressing the ctrl key as you drag a window will float the window on top of the other windows.
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As you become more confident building Fusion applications in JDeveloper, you will start to use more and more of the features and windows available within the IDE. However, given this book is all about getting a quick start, the more commonly used windows and their purpose are introduced in this section.
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The Application Navigator is, as the name suggests, the window in which you manage and navigate the application source. The Java files, web pages, ADF artifacts, and anything else you
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choose to build as part of your application can be accessed from here. The Application Navigator includes an Application menu, to the right of the application name, which offers options such as renaming, searching, and comparing files. Within the Application Navigator are a number of panels for managing the application content, of which the most commonly used are the Projects and Data Controls panels.
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Projects Panel The Projects panel is the principal panel in which you will create, view, and
edit application source files. Right-click a node in the Projects panel and select Open or doubleclick the selected item or file to open that source in an appropriate editor.
Data Controls Panel The Data Controls panel shows the data model for the current application. You will use this panel primarily when building the application UI, because this panel shows the various data attributes and actions exposed by the business service through ADF Model. You can drag these data collections, attributes, or actions directly onto an ADF Faces page to bind them to UI items such as fields or buttons.
Structure Window
The Structure window displays a hierarchical representation of the currently selected object. In the case of a Java file, this window shows information such as methods and class member variables, while an ADF Faces page would display the nested tree of layout and visual components. As you click a node in the Structure window, any other editors that are open on the source object are
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automatically synchronized. This is particularly useful when developing UI pages that may contain many nested layout containers, because it offers a more precise way of selecting and dropping content on a page at exactly the right place. The right-click context menu is also available for editing and creating content directly in the Structure window.
Component Palette
The Component Palette offers a list of elements that can be dropped onto UI pages and other visual editors. Your primary use of the Component Palette when building a Fusion application will be to present the list of visual components that can be dragged and dropped onto an ADF Faces page or a page flow diagram.
Property Inspector
The Property Inspector automatically displays a list of properties and values for the currently selected component. In many cases, you will use the Property Inspector to examine and edit properties of ADF Faces components on pages, but it can equally be used for managing properties associated with other artifacts.
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