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Congratulations for you :) I am glad to see in your blog that you have gone so far :) Good luck for your presentation it was a good one:)
Congratulations Andrejus!Your presentation is great, as I can finally see forms to adf transformation in "real life". Do you have any sample app attached to presentation? I would very much appriciate if you could share it with me.Best regards,Patrik
Hi Patrik,I was talking based on those blog posts, you can download apps from there:1. http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2009/08/oracle-adf-tuning-preventing-sql-query.html2. http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2009/08/integration-in-oracle-adf-with-adf-task.html3. http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2009/07/improving-performance-in-adf.htmlLet me know, if you will need any help.Thanks,Andrejus
Wau, that was quick! :)Thanx a lot!I'm relatively new to ADF and Java world (old fashioned Forms developer) but I'm amased with it and trying to make a "big switch" :).Your blog is definitely the source that makes me "touch" adf, and not only "feel" it, if you know what I mean?!.
Yes, I understand you for sure ;) Additionally, if you didnt saw already, you can check my videos about ADF from OpenWorld: http://andrejusb.blogspot.com/2009/10/oow09-video-oracle-adf-oracle-fusion.htmlRegards,Andrejus
Hello Andrejus. Im an old fashioned form user and i arrive here searching for information about adf for a project. I have two questions if you can answer me. 1. How much java do you need to know in order to porgramming adf and 2. Is there a special problem with performance or is just the problem you may have with everything?Thanks in advance !!!
Hi Daniel,My answers:1. In ADF there are two parts - Model and ViewController. Model is related to database logic, I think its where Forms developers would love to work. ViewController required more Java skills. Generally speaking, you should know ADF related Java API, there is no need to know Java on senior level.2. Performance is something you may have problem with everything. It depends how user interface is designed as well. You should restrict full table scans and etc. In ADF, if database level performance is good - you dont have problems. But, if you execute long queries in database, you will have problems then.Regards,Andrejus
Thank you so much for the quick response. It was useful!
Hi Andrejus. How many users did this configuration support?
Hi,I guess you are asking about concurrent users. This system was deployed on multiple sites, with highest number of concurrent users coming to 500 i think.Andrejus
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