For this demo, the application will have one preference group with a child preference page.
Within the child preference page, there will be another preference group, which will contain the list of servers can be selected.
Complete the information in the Insert Preference Value dialog. Note: ensure that each preference value item id is unique (the code editor will flag the error though): Once all of the value items have been added, go back to the over view (tab).
Select one of the value items to be the Default item: The application can now be deployed and tested in either a real device or simulator/emulator.
database, REST, .etc) defined in the are set at development time and then deployed, this usually means that the target connections will be static.
However, there are certain situations where such a resource would need to be switched by the user at run time.
Complete the information in the Insert Preference Page Group dialog. The over view editor now displays the added preference group: The next step is to create another preference page, where the (REST) server list will be defined.This post will now detail how this can be accomplished in MAF using an application level preference. The overview editor enables you to build sets of application-level preference pages by nesting the child preference page elements within and its child elements as similarly named options.In JDeveloper, open the file (located in the Application Resources ADF META-INF folder). For example, in the previous screen shot above, there are two preference groups: APP PREFERENCES and F1 PREFERENCES, which are defined in the default preference page. APP Page) is also defined within the APP PREFERENCES group.See these related notes on external tables: utility. s read ability, this new topology removes the requirement that all Oracle data reside inside Oracle tables, opening new applications for Oracle. The external definitions occur in the organization external clause. ve defined the Oracle external table, we can run reports against the external table using SQL, just as if the table resided inside the database.In the query shown in Listing B, note the use of the sophisticated ROLLUP parameter to summarize salaries by both department and job title.