ORACLE OAF


Oracle OAF Course Content

Overview:
Oracle OAF (Oracle Application Framework) is the Oracle E-Business Suite development and deployment platform for HTML based business applications. It consists of a set of middle-tier runtime services and a design-time extension to Oracle JDeveloper called Oracle E-Business Suite Extension (OA Extension). It embraces the principles of developer and end user performance, productivity and flexibility through the use of open standards.
Training Objectives of OAF:
Oracle OAF MVC (Model, View and Controller) architecture maintains the industry standards. This will ensure that the core database is not exposed to the outer layer which is the Controller. One of the important significance of the OA framework model is that it facilitates the customization of existing out of box i modules as well as allows development of new Self Service Web Application modules. It consists of a number of components, some of them used for development, some other for deployment.
Target Students and Prerequisites:
Students must have knowledge on SQL and PL/SQL and familiar with Database and Java Concepts.
Introduction to Oracle Applications and OAF
Oracle Applications Framework
OAF and MVC
OAF Process Flow
More about OAF
JDeveloper Overview
JDeveloper Features
Building OAF Application in JDeveloper
Configuring JDeveloper Preferences
Basics of the Model
Understand the basics of BC4J
Understand an Entity Object
Understand a View Object
Understand an Application Module
Basics of the View
Understand the terminology
Building a basic OA Framework page
List of Values
Building Search Regions
Debugging OA Framework Applications
Using JDeveloper debugger
Examine Runtime variables and arguments
Modify Runtime variables and arguments
Basics of the Controller
Understanding OA Framework Controller
Enhance an OA Framework page
OA Framework : Message Dictionary
OA Framework Event Flows
Initial Setup Flow
Controller Event Flows
Request Flow (GET)
Submit Flow (POST)
Naming Conventions and Standards
General Naming Rules
Package Naming
Page and Region Naming
Item Naming
Error Handling
Exception types and Classes
Bundled exceptions
Dialog pages
Debugging messages
Implementing Business Logic
Client Validations
Required values and Data types
Server Validations
Entity object and View object validations
Partial Page Rendering
Using Auto Submit
Using Partial Submit
Trigger and Target Components
Implementing Partial Page Rendering
OA Framework State Management
OA Framework State Caches
Passivation
“Back” button support
OA Framework Extension
Types of Extension
Overriding Default Values
Override Attribute Validation
OA Framework Performance Tuning
BC4J and JDBC Guidelines
SQL Tracing
Monitor Connection Pool
OA Framework Performance Standards
Application Menus and Function Security
OA Framework page menus
Registering functions for OA Framework pages
Creating Responsibilities and Users
Using JSP test page
Implementing Internationalization
Date and Timezone Internationalization
Number and Currency Internationalization
Testing Internationalization
Deploying OA Framework Applications
Creating Deployment Profiles
Deploying Model
deploying View and Controller