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ADF Business Components (ADFbc) is the framework used in Oracle Fusion Applications for building database-centric business services. It provides a highly declarative way of developing Java objects on top of relational database tables. In addition to providing the core feature of the Model layer, described earlier, it provides value-added features such as the ability to declare calculated attributes, lists of values, query by example, and predefined filter criteria. So, if you want to build an application based on the Customers and Orders tables in the database, ADF Business Components allows you to rapidly build a business service based on that data model. It will automatically implement database constraints for any master/detail relationships, and provide methods for manipulating the data model such as commit, rollback, and delete.
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The ADF Model (ADFm) is the glue between the business services and the View layer. With an architecture like MVC, there has to be a way of binding a UI widget to an underlying piece of data. In an ideal world, the assembly of a web page shouldn t really require the UI developer to understand whether a Customer record is coming from a database table or a web service, and so it s the responsibility of ADFm to abstract the implementation of the business service from the View layer. You can think of ADF Model as a fa ade that exposes the attributes and actions of a business service to the View layer in a consistent way.
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FIGURe 2-1. The Oracle ADF technologies and Fusion technology stripe through Oracle ADF ADF Model is currently under proposal to become a Java standard and is subject to Java Specification Request 227 (JSR-227).
ADF Faces
ADF Faces (full title: Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client) is the ADF View (ADFv) technology for building a rich browser-based interface. ADF Faces is a set of components and features written to the Java Server Faces (JSF) standard for component-based web UIs. In the early days of web applications, development of the front end was very much a codefocused effort. Developers had to write code, called servlets, that would dynamically generate the HTML displayed by the browser. The next evolution in web frameworks was the introduction of tag libraries, the idea being that the developer had a library of tags for rendering content, like data tables, and each tag referenced a servlet that would in turn generate the dynamic markup for that component. However, the developer building the UI still had the same problem in that designing the layout of a page with tags or servlets bore little resemblance to how the page would actually look at runtime. With JSF, the web UI developer is able to work with WYSIWYG UI components. JSF defines a standard for a componentized framework, and vendors build their own library of UI components based on that standard. Each component exposes properties such as background color, font, height, and width. Components can also have defined behavior; for example, a button can be clicked or a text field can gain focus. At runtime, it is the responsibility of the component to generate the correct markup to be displayed in the end-user device. There are two major benefits of this componentized view of UI widgets. First, the UI developer is working with a set of components that represent how they will be seen by the end
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user at runtime. Second, the UI developer isn t burdened by having to understand how that component will render itself; that is the responsibility of the developer who built the component. NOTe For the purposes of this book, you can expect that components generate HTML and JavaScript as the markup that will be displayed by a browser. However, one of the powerful features of JSF is that a component can be configured to generate different markup depending on the device on which it will be rendered; for example, if you are accessing the application from a cell phone, the component would generate different markup specific to that device. A component might even generate different markup depending on whether the browser is Internet Explorer or Firefox.
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