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1 Introduction to Building Fusion Web Applications with Oracle ADF 1.1 Introduction to Oracle ADF 1.2 Oracle ADF Architecture 1.2.1 ADF Business Components 1.2.2 ADF Model Layer 1.2.3 ADF Controller 1.2.4 ADF Faces Rich Client 1.3 Overview of Building an Application with Oracle ADF 1.3.1 Creating an Application Workspace 1.3.2 Modeling with Database Object Definitions 1.3.3 Creating Use Cases 1.3.4 Designing Application Control and Navigation Using ADF Task Flows 1.3.5 Identifying Shared Resources 1.3.6 Creating a Data Model to Access Data with ADF Business Components 1.3.6.1 Creating a Layer of Business Domain Objects for Tables 1.3.6.2 Building the Business Services 1.3.6.3 Testing and Debugging Business Services with the Oracle ADF Model Tester 1.3.7 Implementing the User Interface with JSF 1.3.8 Data Binding with ADF Model Layer 1.3.9 Validation and Error Handling 1.3.10 Adding Security 1.3.11 Testing and Debugging the Web Client Application 1.3.12 Refactoring Application Artifacts 1.3.13 Deploying a Fusion Web Application 1.3.14 Integrating a Fusion Web Application 1.4 Working Productively in Teams 1.4.1 Enforcing Standards 1.4.2 Using a Source Control System 1.5 Other Resources for Learning Oracle ADF 1.6 Generation of Complete Web Tier Using Oracle JHeadstart 2 Introduction to the ADF Sample Application 2.1 About the Oracle Fusion Order Demo 2.2 Setting Up the Fusion Order Demo Application 2.2.1 How to Download the Application Resources 2.2.2 How to Install the Fusion Order Demo Schema 2.2.3 Overview of the Fusion Order Demo Schema 2.2.3.1 Translation Support in the Fusion Order Demo Schema 2.2.3.2 Lookup Tables in the Fusion Order Demo Schema 2.3 Running the Fusion Order Demo Application StoreFront Module 2.4 Running the Fusion Order Demo Standalone Applications 2.4.1 How to Run the Standalone Applications 2.4.2 Standalone Applications in the DevGuideExamples Application Workspace 2.4.3 Standalone Applications in the AdvancedExamples Application Workspace 2.4.4 Standalone Applications in the AdvancedEntityExamples Application Workspace 2.4.5 Standalone Applications in the AdvancedViewObjectExamples Application Workspace 2.4.6 Standalone Applications in the AdvancedUIExamples Application Workspaces 2.5 Taking a Look at the Fusion Order Demo Application 2.5.1 Anonymous Browsing 2.5.1.1 Viewing Product Details 2.5.1.2 Browsing the Product Catalog 2.5.1.3 Searching for Products 2.5.2 The Login Process 2.5.3 The Ordering Process 2.5.4 The Customer Registration Process 3 Getting Started with ADF Business Components 3.1 About ADF Business Components 3.1.1 ADF Business Components Features 3.1.2 ADF Business Components Core Objects 3.2 Comparison to Familiar 4GL Tools 3.2.1 Familiar Concepts for Oracle Forms Developers 3.2.1.1 Similarities Between the Application Module and a "Headless" Form Module 3.2.1.2 Similarities Between the Entity Object and a Forms Record Manager 3.2.1.3 Similarities Between the View Object and a Data Block 3.2.2 Familiar Concepts for PeopleTools Developers 3.2.2.1 Similarities Between the Application Module and a "Headless" Component 3.2.2.2 Similarities Between the Entity Object and a Record Definition 3.2.2.3 Similarities Between the View Object and a Row Set 3.2.3 Familiar Concepts for Siebel Tools Developers 3.2.3.1 Similarities Between the entity Object and a Table Object 3.2.3.2 Similarities Between the View Object and a Business Component 3.2.3.3 Similarities Between the Application Module and a Business Object 3.2.4 Familiar Functionality for ADO.NET Developers 3.2.4.1 Similarities Between the Application Module and a Data Set 3.2.4.2 Similarities Between the Entity Object and a Data Adapter 3.2.4.3 Similarities Between the View Object and a Data Table 3.3 Overview of Design Time Facilities 3.3.1 Choosing a Connection, SQL Platform, and Data Type Map 3.3.2 Creating New Components Using Wizards 3.3.3 Creating New Components Using the Context Menu 3.3.4 Editing Components Using the Component Overview Editor 3.3.5 Displaying Related Components Using Diagrams 3.3.6 Visualizing, Creating, and Editing Components Using UML Diagrams 3.3.7 Testing Application Modules Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 3.3.8 Refactoring Components 3.4 Overview of the Oracle ADF Active Data Model 3.4.1 A More Generic Business Service Solution 3.4.2 Typical Scenarios for an Active Data Model 3.4.3 Active Data Model Support for Custom Code 3.5 Overview of the ADF Business Components Implementation 3.5.1 Standard Java and XML 3.5.2 Application Server or Database Independence 3.5.3 Java EE Design Pattern Support 3.5.4 Source Code Organization 3.5.5 Package Naming Conventions 3.5.6 Metadata with Optional Custom Java Code 3.5.6.1 Example of an XML-Only Component 3.5.6.2 Example of a Component with Custom Java Class 3.5.7 Basic Data Types 3.5.8 Generic Versus Strongly-Typed APIs 3.5.9 Custom Interface Support for Client-Accessible Components 3.5.9.1 Framework Client Interfaces for Components 3.5.9.2 Custom Client Interfaces for Components 3.6 Overview of Groovy Scripting Language Support 3.6.1 Referencing Business Components Objects in Groovy Expressions 3.6.2 Referencing Custom Business Components Methods and Attributes in Groovy Expressions 3.6.2.1 Referencing Members of the Same Business Component 3.6.2.2 Referencing Members of Other Business Components 3.6.3 Manipulating Business Component Attribute Values in Groovy Expressions 4 Creating a Business Domain Layer Using Entity Objects 4.1 About Entity Objects 4.1.1 Entity Object Use Cases and Examples 4.1.2 Additional Functionality for Entity Objects 4.2 Creating Entity Objects and Associations 4.2.1 How to Create Multiple Entity Objects and Associations from Existing Tables 4.2.2 How to Create Single Entity Objects Using the Create Entity Wizard 4.2.3 What Happens When You Create Entity Objects and Associations from Existing Tables 4.2.3.1 What Happens When Tables Have Foreign Key Relationships 4.2.3.2 What Happens When a Table Has No Primary Key 4.2.4 What Happens When You Create an Entity Object for a Synonym or View 4.2.5 How to Edit an Existing Entity Object or Association 4.2.6 How to Create Database Tables from Entity Objects 4.2.7 How to Synchronize an Entity with Changes to Its Database Table 4.2.7.1 Removing an Attribute Associated with a Dropped Column 4.2.7.2 Addressing a Data Type Change in the Underlying Table 4.2.8 How to Store Data Pertaining to a Specific Point in Time 4.2.9 What Happens When You Create Effective Dated Entity Objects 4.2.10 What You May Need to Know About Creating Entities from Tables 4.3 Creating and Configuring Associations 4.3.1 How to Create an Association 4.3.2 What Happens When You Create an Association 4.3.3 How to Change Entity Association Accessor Names 4.3.4 How to Rename and Move Associations to a Different Package 4.3.5 What You May Need to Know About Using a Custom View Object in an Association 4.3.6 What You May Need to Know About Composition Associations 4.4 Creating an Entity Diagram for Your Business Layer 4.4.1 How to Create an Entity Diagram 4.4.2 What Happens When You Create an Entity Diagram 4.4.3 What You May Need to Know About the XML Component Descriptors 4.4.4 What You May Need to Know About Changing the Names of Components 4.5 Defining Property Sets 4.5.1 How to Define a Property Set 4.5.2 How to Apply a Property Set 4.6 Defining Attribute Control Hints for Entity Objects 4.6.1 How to Add Attribute Control Hints 4.6.2 What Happens When You Add Attribute Control Hints 4.6.3 How to Define Formatters and Masks 4.7 Working with Resource Bundles 4.7.1 How to Set Message Bundle Options 4.7.2 How to Use Multiple Resource Bundles 4.7.3 How to Internationalize the Date Format 4.8 Defining Business Logic Groups 4.8.1 How to Create a Business Logic Group 4.8.2 How to Create a Business Logic Unit 4.8.3 How to Add Logic to a Business Logic Unit 4.8.4 How to Override Attributes in a Business Logic Unit 4.8.5 What Happens When You Create a Business Logic Group 4.8.6 What Happens at Runtime: Invoking a Business Logic Group 4.9 Configuring Runtime Behavior Declaratively 4.9.1 How to Configure Declarative Runtime Behavior 4.9.2 What Happens When You Configure Declarative Runtime Behavior 4.9.3 How to Use Update Batching 4.10 Setting Attribute Properties 4.10.1 How to Set Database and Java Data Types for an Entity Object Attribute 4.10.2 How to Indicate Data Type Length, Precision, and Scale 4.10.3 How to Control the Updatability of an Attribute 4.10.4 How to Make an Attribute Mandatory 4.10.5 How to Define the Primary Key for the Entity 4.10.6 How to Define a Static Default Value 4.10.7 How to Define a Default Value Using an Expression 4.10.8 What Happens When You Create a Default Value Using a Groovy Expression 4.10.9 How to Synchronize with Trigger-Assigned Values 4.10.10 How to Get Trigger-Assigned Primary Key Values from a Database Sequence 4.10.11 How to Protect Against Losing Simultaneously Updated Data 4.10.12 How to Track Created and Modified Dates Using the History Column 4.10.13 How to Configure Composition Behavior 4.10.13.1 Orphan-Row Protection for New Composed Entities 4.10.13.2 Ordering of Changes Saved to the Database 4.10.13.3 Cascade Update of Composed Details from Refresh-On-Insert Primary Keys 4.10.13.4 Cascade Delete Support 4.10.13.5 Cascade Update of Foreign Key Attributes When Primary Key Changes 4.10.13.6 Locking of Composite Parent Entities 4.10.13.7 Updating of Composing Parent History Attributes 4.10.14 How to Set the Discriminator Attribute for Entity Object Inheritance Hierarchies 4.10.15 How to Define Alternate Key Values 4.10.16 What Happens When You Define Alternate Key Values 4.10.17 What You May Need to Know About Alternate Key Values 4.11 Adding Transient and Calculated Attributes to an Entity Object 4.11.1 How to Add a Transient Attribute 4.11.2 What Happens When You Add a Transient Attribute 4.11.3 How to Base a Transient Attribute on a Groovy Expression 4.11.4 What Happens When You Base a Transient Attribute on a Groovy Expression 4.11.5 How to Add Java Code in the Entity Class to Perform Calculation 4.12 Creating Business Events 4.12.1 Introducing Event Definitions 4.12.2 Introducing Event Points 4.12.3 What You May Need to Know About Event Points 4.12.4 How to Create a Business Event 4.12.5 What Happens When You Create a Business Event 4.12.6 What You May Need to Know About Payload 4.12.7 How to Publish a Business Event 4.12.8 How to Subscribe to Business Events 4.13 Generating Custom Java Classes for an Entity Object 4.13.1 How to Generate Custom Classes 4.13.2 What Happens When You Generate Custom Classes 4.13.3 What Happens When You Generate Entity Attribute Accessors 4.13.4 How to Navigate to Custom Java Files 4.13.5 What You May Need to Know About Custom Java Classes 4.13.5.1 Framework Base Classes for an Entity Object 4.13.5.2 Safely Adding Code to the Custom Component File 4.13.5.3 Configuring Default Java Generation Preferences 4.13.5.4 Attribute Indexes and InvokeAccessor Generated Code 4.13.6 Programmatic Example for Comparison Using Custom Entity Classes 4.14 Working Programmatically with Entity Objects and Associations 4.14.1 How to Find an Entity Object by Primary Key 4.14.2 How to Access an Associated Entity Using the Accessor Attribute 4.14.3 How to Update or Remove an Existing Entity Row 4.14.4 How to Create a New Entity Row 4.14.5 Assigning the Primary Key Value Using an Oracle Sequence 4.14.6 How to Update a Deleted Flag Instead of Deleting Rows 4.14.6.1 Updating a Deleted Flag When a Row Is Removed 4.14.6.2 Forcing an Update DML Operation Instead of a Delete 4.14.7 How to Control Entity Posting Order to Prevent Constraint Violations 4.14.7.1 Default Post Processing Order 4.14.7.2 Compositions and Default Post Processing Order 4.14.7.3 Overriding postChanges() to Control Post Order 4.14.7.3.1 Observing the Post Ordering Problem First Hand 4.14.7.3.2 Forcing the Supplier to Post Before the Product 4.14.7.3.3 Associations Based on DBSequence-Valued Primary Keys 4.14.7.3.4 Refreshing References to DBSequence-Assigned Foreign Keys 4.14.8 Advanced Entity Association Techniques 4.14.8.1 Modifying Association SQL Clause to Implement Complex Associations 4.14.8.2 Exposing View Link Accessor Attributes at the Entity Level 4.14.8.3 Optimizing Entity Accessor Access by Retaining the Row Set 4.15 Creating Custom, Validated Data Types Using Domains 4.15.1 How to Create a Domain 4.15.2 What Happens When You Create a Domain 4.15.3 What You May Need to Know About Domains 4.15.3.1 Domains as Entity and View Object Attributes 4.15.3.2 DataCreationException in Custom validate() Method 4.15.3.3 String Domains and String Value Aggregation 4.15.3.4 Simple Domains and Built-In Types 4.15.3.5 Simple Domains As Immutable Java Classes 4.15.3.6 Creating Domains for Oracle Object Types When Useful 4.15.3.7 Quickly Navigating to the Domain Class 4.15.3.8 Domains Packaged in the Common JAR 4.15.3.9 Custom Domain Properties and Attributes in Entity and View Objects 4.15.3.10 Inherited Restrictive Properties of Domains in Entity and View Objects 4.16 Creating New History Types 4.16.1 How to Create New History Types 4.16.2 How to Remove a History Type 4.17 Basing an Entity Object on a PL/SQL Package API 4.17.1 How to Create an Entity Object Based on a View 4.17.2 What Happens When You Create an Entity Object Based on a View 4.17.3 How to Centralize Details for PL/SQL-Based Entities into a Base Class 4.17.4 How to Implement the Stored Procedure Calls for DML Operations 4.17.5 How to Add Select and Lock Handling 4.17.5.1 Updating PLSQLEntityImpl Base Class to Handle Lock and Select 4.17.5.2 Implementing Lock and Select for the Product Entity 4.17.5.3 Refreshing the Entity Object After RowInconsistentException 4.18 Basing an Entity Object on a Join View or Remote DBLink 4.18.1 How to Disable the Use of the RETURNING Clause 4.18.2 What Happens at Runtime: Disabling the RETURNING Clause 4.19 Using Inheritance in Your Business Domain Layer 4.19.1 Understanding When Inheritance Can Be Useful 4.19.2 How to Create Entity Objects in an Inheritance Hierarchy 4.19.2.1 Identifying the Discriminator Column and Distinct Values 4.19.2.2 Identifying the Subset of Attributes Relevant to Each Kind of Entity 4.19.2.3 Creating the Base Entity Object in an Inheritance Hierarchy 4.19.2.4 Creating a Subtype Entity Object in an Inheritance Hierarchy 4.19.3 How to Add Methods to Entity Objects in an Inheritance Hierarchy 4.19.3.1 Adding Methods Common to All Entity Objects in the Hierarchy 4.19.3.2 Overriding Common Methods in a Subtype Entity Object 4.19.3.3 Adding Methods Specific to a Subtype Entity Object 4.19.4 What You May Need to Know About Using Inheritance 4.19.4.1 When to Introduce a New Base Entity 4.19.4.2 Subtype Entity Objects and the findByPrimaryKey() Method 4.19.4.3 View Objects with Polymorphic Entity Usages 5 Defining SQL Queries Using View Objects 5.1 About View Objects 5.1.1 View Object Use Cases and Examples 5.1.2 Additional Functionality for View Objects 5.2 Populating View Object Rows from a Single Database Table 5.2.1 How to Create an Entity-Based View Object 5.2.1.1 Creating an Entity-Based View Object from a Single Table 5.2.1.2 Creating a View Object with All the Attributes of an Entity Object 5.2.2 What Happens When You Create an Entity-Based View Object 5.2.3 How to Create an Expert Mode, Read-Only View Object 5.2.4 What Happens When You Create a Read-Only View Object 5.2.5 How to Edit a View Object 5.2.5.1 Overriding the Inherit Properties from Underlying Entity Object Attributes 5.2.5.2 Controlling the Length, Precision, and Scale of View Object Attributes 5.2.5.3 Converting a Read-Only View Object to Allow Attribute Updates 5.2.5.4 Customizing View Object Attribute Display in the Overview Editor 5.2.5.5 Modifying the Order of Attributes in the View Object Source File 5.2.6 How to Show View Objects in a Business Components Diagram 5.3 Populating View Object Rows with Static Data 5.3.1 How to Create Static View Objects with Data You Enter 5.3.2 How to Create Static View Objects with Data You Import 5.3.3 What Happens When You Create a Static List View Object 5.3.4 How to Edit Static List View Objects 5.3.5 What You May Need to Know About Static List View Objects 5.4 Limiting View Object Rows Using Effective Date Ranges 5.4.1 How to Create an Date-Effective View Object 5.4.2 How to Create New View Rows Using Date-Effective View Objects 5.4.3 How to Update Date-Effective View Rows 5.4.4 How to Delete Date-Effective View Rows 5.4.5 What Happens When You Create a Date-Effective View Object 5.4.6 What You May Need to Know About Date-Effective View Objects and View Links 5.5 Working with Multiple Tables in Join Query Results 5.5.1 How to Create Joins for Entity-Based View Objects 5.5.2 How to Select Additional Attributes from Reference Entity Usages 5.5.3 How to Remove Unnecessary Key Attributes from Reference Entity Usages 5.5.4 How to Hide the Primary Key Attributes from Reference Entity Usages 5.5.5 How to Modify a Default Join Clause to Be an Outer Join When Appropriate 5.5.6 What Happens When You Reference Entities in a View Object 5.5.7 How to Create Joins for Read-Only View Objects 5.5.8 How to Test the Join View 5.5.9 How to Use the Query Builder with Read-Only View Objects 5.5.10 What You May Need to Know About Join View Objects 5.6 Working with Multiple Tables in a Master-Detail Hierarchy 5.6.1 How to Create a Master-Detail Hierarchy for Read-Only View Objects 5.6.2 How to Create a Master-Detail Hierarchy for Entity-Based View Objects 5.6.3 What Happens When You Create Master-Detail Hierarchies Using View Links 5.6.4 How to Enable Active Master-Detail Coordination in the Data Model 5.6.5 How to Test Master-Detail Coordination 5.6.6 How to Access the Detail Collection Using the View Link Accessor 5.6.6.1 Accessing Attributes of Row by Name 5.6.6.2 Programmatically Accessing a Detail Collection Using the View Link Accessor 5.6.6.3 Optimizing View Link Accessor Access to Display Master-Detail Data 5.6.7 How to Create a Master-Detail Hierarchy for Entity Objects with Transient-Only Attributes 5.7 Working with a Single Table in a Recursive Master-Detail Hierarchy 5.7.1 How to Create a Recursive Master-Detail Hierarchy for an Entity-Based View Object 5.7.1.1 Creating an Association-Based, Self-Referential View Link 5.7.1.2 Exposing the View Instance and Filter with a View Criteria 5.7.2 What Happens When You Create a Recursive Master-Detail Hierarchy 5.8 Working with View Objects in Declarative SQL Mode 5.8.1 How to Create SQL-Independent View Objects with Declarative SQL Mode 5.8.1.1 Enabling Declarative SQL Mode for All New View Objects 5.8.1.2 Enabling Declarative SQL Mode for Specific View Objects 5.8.2 How to Filter Declarative SQL-Based View Objects When Table Joins Apply 5.8.3 How to Filter Master-Detail Related View Objects with Declarative SQL Mode 5.8.4 How to Support Programmatic Execution of Declarative SQL Mode View Objects 5.8.4.1 Forcing Attribute Queries for All Declarative SQL Mode View Objects 5.8.4.2 Forcing Attribute Queries for Specific Declarative SQL Mode View Objects 5.8.5 What Happens When You Create a View Object in Declarative SQL Mode 5.8.6 What Happens at Runtime: Declarative SQL Mode Queries 5.8.7 What You May Need to Know About Overriding Declarative SQL Mode Defaults 5.8.8 What You May Need to Know About Working Programmatically with Declarative SQL Mode View Objects 5.9 Working with View Objects in Expert Mode 5.9.1 How to Customize SQL Statements in Expert Mode 5.9.2 How to Name Attributes in Expert Mode 5.9.3 What Happens When You Enable Expert Mode 5.9.4 What You May Need to Know About Expert Mode 5.9.4.1 Expert Mode Provides Limited Attribute Mapping Assistance 5.9.4.2 Expert Mode Drops Custom Edits 5.9.4.3 Expert Mode Ignores Changes to SQL Expressions 5.9.4.4 Expert Mode Returns Error for SQL Calculations that Change Entity Attributes 5.9.4.5 Expert Mode Retains Formatting of SQL Statement 5.9.4.6 Expert Mode Wraps Queries as Inline Views 5.9.4.7 Limitation of Inline View Wrapping at Runtime 5.9.4.8 Expert Mode Changes May Affect Dependent Objects 5.10 Working with Bind Variables 5.10.1 How to Add Bind Variables to a View Object Definition 5.10.2 How to Reference the Current User in a Named Bind Variable Using Groovy 5.10.3 What Happens When You Add Named Bind Variables 5.10.4 How to Test Named Bind Variables 5.10.5 How to Add a WHERE Clause with Named Bind Variables at Runtime 5.10.6 How to Set Existing Bind Variable Values at Runtime 5.10.7 What Happens at Runtime: Dynamic Read-Only View Object WHERE Clause 5.10.8 What You May Need to Know About Named Bind Variables 5.10.8.1 An Error Related to Clearing Bind Variables 5.10.8.2 Errors Related to Naming Bind Variables 5.10.8.3 Default Value of NULL for Bind Variables 5.11 Working with Named View Criteria 5.11.1 How to Create Named View Criteria Declaratively 5.11.2 What Happens When You Create a Named View Criteria 5.11.3 What You May Need to Know About Bind Variable Options 5.11.4 What You May Need to Know About Nested Expressions 5.11.5 How to Set User Interface Hints on View Criteria to Support Search Forms 5.11.6 How to Test View Criteria Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 5.11.7 How to Create View Criteria Programmatically 5.11.8 What Happens at Runtime: How the View Criteria Is Applied to a View Object 5.11.9 What You May Need to Know About the View Criteria API 5.11.9.1 Referencing Attribute Names in View Criteria 5.11.9.2 Referencing Bind Variables in View Criteria 5.11.9.3 Altering Compound Search Conditions Using Multiple View Criteria 5.11.9.4 Searching for a Row Whose Attribute Value Is NULL Value 5.11.9.5 Searching for Rows Whose Attribute Value Matches a Value in a List 5.11.9.6 Searching Case-Insensitively 5.11.9.7 Clearing View Criteria in Effect 5.11.10 What You May Need to Know About Query-by-Example Criteria 5.12 Working with List of Values (LOV) in View Object Attributes 5.12.1 How to Define a Single LOV-Enabled View Object Attribute 5.12.2 How to Define Cascading Lists for LOV-Enabled View Object Attributes 5.12.2.1 Creating a Data Source View Object to Control the Cascading List 5.12.2.2 Creating a View Accessor to Filter the Cascading List 5.12.3 How to Specify Multiple LOVs for an LOV-Enabled View Object Attribute 5.12.4 How to Define an LOV to Display a Reference Attribute 5.12.5 How to Set User Interface Hints on a View Object LOV-Enabled Attribute 5.12.6 How to Handle Date Conversion for List Type UI Components 5.12.7 How to Automatically Refresh the View Object of the View Accessor 5.12.8 How to Test LOV-Enabled Attributes Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 5.12.9 What Happens When You Define an LOV for a View Object Attribute 5.12.10 What Happens at Runtime: How an LOV Queries the List Data Source 5.12.11 What You May Need to Know About Lists 5.12.11.1 Inheritance of AttributeDef Properties from Parent View Object Attributes 5.12.11.2 Using Validators to Validate Attribute Values 5.13 Defining UI Hints for View Objects 5.13.1 How to Add Attribute-Specific UI Hints 5.13.2 How to Add View Object UI Hints 5.13.3 How to Access UI Hints Using EL Expressions 5.13.4 What Happens When You Add UI Hints 5.13.5 How to Define UI Category Hints 5.13.6 What Happens When You Assign Attributes to UI Categories 5.13.7 What You May Need to Know About Resource Bundles 5.14 Adding Calculated and Transient Attributes to a View Object 5.14.1 How to Add a SQL-Calculated Attribute 5.14.2 What Happens When You Add a SQL-Calculated Attribute 5.14.3 How to Add a Transient Attribute 5.14.4 How to Add a Validation Rule to a Transient Attribute 5.14.5 What Happens When You Add a Transient Attribute 5.14.6 Adding Java Code in the View Row Class to Perform Calculation 5.14.7 What You May Need to Know About Transient Attributes 6 Testing View Instance Queries 6.1 About View Instance Queries 6.1.1 View Instance Use Cases and Examples 6.1.2 Additional Functionality for View Instances 6.2 Creating an Application Module to Test View Instances 6.2.1 How to Create the Application Module with Individual View Object Instances 6.2.2 How to Create the Application Module with Master-Detail View Object Instances 6.3 Testing View Object Instances Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 6.3.1 How to Run the Oracle ADF Model Tester 6.3.2 How to Test Entity-Based View Objects Interactively 6.3.3 How to Update the Oracle ADF Model Tester to Display Project Changes 6.3.4 What Happens When You Use the Oracle ADF Model Tester 6.3.5 How to Simulate End-User Interaction in the Oracle ADF Model Tester 6.3.5.1 Testing Master-Detail Coordination 6.3.5.2 Testing UI Hints 6.3.5.3 Testing Business Domain Layer Validation 6.3.5.4 Testing Alternate Language Message Bundles and UI Hints 6.3.5.5 Testing View Objects That Reference Entity Usages 6.3.5.6 Testing Row Creation and Default Value Generation 6.3.5.7 Testing That New Detail Rows Have Correct Foreign Keys 6.3.6 How to Test Multiuser Scenarios in the Oracle ADF Model Tester 6.3.7 How to Customize Configuration Options Before Running the Tester 6.3.8 How to Enable ADF Business Components Debug Diagnostics 6.3.9 What Happens at Runtime: How View Objects and Entity Objects Cooperate 6.3.9.1 What Happens at Runtime: After a View Object Executes Its Query 6.3.9.2 What Happens at Runtime: After a View Row Attribute Is Modified 6.3.9.3 What Happens at Runtime: After a Foreign Key Attribute is Changed 6.3.9.4 What Happens at Runtime: After a Transaction is Committed 6.3.9.5 What Happens at Runtime: After a View Object Requeries Data 6.3.9.5.1 How Unmodified Attributes are Handled During Requery 6.3.9.5.2 How Modified Attributes are Handled During Requery 6.3.9.5.3 How Overlapping Subsets of Attributes are Handled During Requery 6.3.10 What You May Need to Know About Optimizing View Object Runtime Performance 6.4 Testing View Object Instances Programmatically 6.4.1 ViewObject Interface Methods for Working with the View Object's Default RowSet 6.4.1.1 The Role of the Key Object in a View Row or Entity Row 6.4.1.2 The Role of the Entity Cache in the Transaction 6.4.2 How to Create a Command-Line Java Test Client 6.4.2.1 Generating a Test Client with Skeleton Code 6.4.2.2 Modifying the Skeleton Code to Create the Test Client 6.4.3 What Happens When You Run a Test Client Program 6.4.4 What You May Need to Know About Running a Test Client 6.4.5 How to Count the Number of Rows in a Row Set 6.4.6 How to Access a Detail Collection Using the View Link Accessor 6.4.7 How to Iterate Over a Master-Detail-Detail Hierarchy 6.4.8 How to Find a Row and Update a Foreign Key Valu 6.4.9 How to Create a New Row for a View Object Instance 6.4.10 How to Retrieve the Row Key Identifying a Row 6.4.11 How to Authenticate Test Users in the Test Client 7 Defining Validation and Business Rules Declaratively 7.1 About Declarative Validation 7.1.1 Declarative Validation Use Cases and Examples 7.1.2 Additional Functionality for Declarative Validation 7.2 Understanding the Validation Cycle 7.2.1 Types of Entity Object Validation Rules 7.2.1.1 Attribute-Level Validation Rules 7.2.1.2 Entity-Level Validation Rules 7.2.2 Understanding Commit Processing and Validation 7.2.3 Understanding the Impact of Composition on Validation Order 7.2.4 Avoiding Infinite Validation Cycles 7.2.5 What Happens When Validations Fail 7.2.6 Understanding Entity Objects Row States 7.2.7 Understanding Bundled Exception Mode 7.3 Adding Validation Rules to Entity Objects and Attributes 7.3.1 How to Add a Validation Rule to an Entity or Attribute 7.3.2 How to View and Edit a Validation Rule on an Entity Object or Attribute 7.3.3 What Happens When You Add a Validation Rule 7.3.4 What You May Need to Know About Entity and Attribute Validation Rules 7.4 Using the Built-in Declarative Validation Rules 7.4.1 How to Ensure That Key Values Are Unique 7.4.2 What Happens When You Use a Unique Key Validator 7.4.3 How to Validate Based on a Comparison 7.4.4 What Happens When You Validate Based on a Comparison 7.4.5 How to Validate Using a List of Values 7.4.6 What Happens When You Validate Using a List of Values 7.4.7 What You May Need to Know About the List Validator 7.4.8 How to Make Sure a Value Falls Within a Certain Range 7.4.9 What Happens When You Use a Range Validator 7.4.10 How to Validate Against a Number of Bytes or Characters 7.4.11 What Happens When You Validate Against a Number of Bytes or Characters 7.4.12 How to Validate Using a Regular Expression 7.4.13 What Happens When You Validate Using a Regular Expression 7.4.14 How to Use the Average, Count, or Sum to Validate a Collection 7.4.15 What Happens When You Use Collection Validation 7.4.16 How to Determine Whether a Key Exists 7.4.17 What Happens When You Use a Key Exists Validator 7.4.18 What You May Need to Know About Declarative Validators and View Accessors 7.5 Using Groovy Expressions For Validation and Business Rules 7.5.1 How to Reference Entity Object Methods in Groovy Validation Expressions 7.5.2 How to Validate Using a True/False Expression 7.5.3 What Happens When You Add a Groovy Expression 7.6 Triggering Validation Execution 7.6.1 How to Specify Which Attributes Fire Validation 7.6.2 What Happens When You Constrain Validation Execution with Triggering Attributes 7.6.3 How to Set Preconditions for Validation 7.6.4 How to Set Transaction-Level Validation 7.6.5 What You May Need to Know About the Order of Validation Execution 7.7 Creating Validation Error Messages 7.7.1 How to Create Validation Error Messages 7.7.2 How to Localize Validation Messages 7.7.3 How to Conditionally Raise Error Messages Using Groovy 7.7.4 How to Embed a Groovy Expression in an Error Message 7.8 Setting the Severity Level for Validation Exceptions 7.9 Bulk Validation in SQL 8 Implementing Validation and Business Rules Programmatically 8.1 About Programmatic Business Rules 8.1.1 Programmatic Business Rules Use Cases and Examples 8.1.2 Additional Functionality for Programmatic Business Rules 8.2 Using Method Validators 8.2.1 How to Create an Attribute-Level Method Validator 8.2.2 What Happens When You Create an Attribute-Level Method Validator 8.2.3 How to Create an Entity-Level Method Validator 8.2.4 What Happens When You Create an Entity-Level Method Validator 8.2.5 What You May Need to Know About Translating Validation Rule Error Messages 8.3 Assigning Programmatically Derived Attribute Values 8.3.1 How to Provide Default Values for New Rows at Create Time 8.3.1.1 Choosing Between create() and initDefaultExpressionAttributes() Methods 8.3.1.2 Eagerly Defaulting an Attribute Value from a Database Sequence 8.3.2 How to Assign Derived Values Before Saving 8.3.3 How to Assign Derived Values When an Attribute Value Is Set 8.4 Undoing Pending Changes to an Entity Using the Refresh Method 8.4.1 How to Control What Happens to New Rows During a Refresh 8.4.2 How to Cascade Refresh to Composed Children Entity Rows 8.5 Using View Objects for Validation 8.5.1 How to Use View Accessors for Validation Against View Objects 8.5.2 How to Validate Conditions Related to All Entities of a Given Type 8.5.3 What You May Need to Know About Row Set Access with View Accessors 8.6 Accessing Related Entity Rows Using Association Accessors 8.6.1 How to Access Related Entity Rows 8.6.2 How to Access Related Entity Row Sets 8.7 Referencing Information About the Authenticated User 8.8 Accessing Original Attribute Values 8.9 Storing Information About the Current User Session 8.9.1 How to Store Information About the Current User Session 8.9.2 How to Use Groovy to Access Information About the Current User Session} 8.10 Accessing the Current Date and Time 8.11 Sending Notifications Upon a Successful Commit 8.12 Conditionally Preventing an Entity Row from Being Removed 8.13 Determining Conditional Updatability for Attributes 8.14 Implementing Custom Validation Rules 8.14.1 How to Create a Custom Validation Rule 8.14.2 Adding a Design Time Bean Customizer for Your Rule 8.14.3 How to Register and Using a Custom Rule in JDeveloper 8.14.3.1 Registering a Custom Validator at the Project Level 8.14.3.2 Registering a Custom Validator at the IDE Level 9 Implementing Business Services with Application Modules 9.1 About Application Modules 9.1.1 Application Module Use Cases and Examples 9.1.2 Additional Functionality for Application Modules 9.2 Creating and Modifying an Application Module 9.2.1 How to Create an Application Module 9.2.2 What Happens When You Create an Application Module 9.2.3 How to Add a View Object to an Application Module 9.2.3.1 Adding a View Object Instance to an Existing Application Module 9.2.3.2 Adding Master-Detail View Object Instances to an Application Module 9.2.3.3 Customizing a View Object Instance that You Add to an Application Module 9.2.4 What Happens When You Add a View Object to an Application Module 9.2.5 How to Edit an Existing Application Module 9.2.6 How to Change the Data Control Name Before You Begin Building Pages 9.2.7 What You May Need to Know About Application Module Granularity 9.2.8 What You May Need to Know About View Object Components and View Object Instances 9.3 Configuring Your Application Module Database Connection 9.3.1 How to Use a JDBC Data Source Connection Type 9.3.2 How to Use a JDBC URL Connection Type 9.3.3 What Happens When You Create an Application Module Database Connection 9.3.4 How to Change Your Application Module's Runtime Configuration 9.3.5 How to Change the Database Connection for Your Project 9.4 Defining Nested Application Modules 9.4.1 How to Define a Nested Application Module 9.4.2 What You May Need to Know About Root Application Modules Versus Nested Application Module Usages 9.5 Creating an Application Module Diagram for Your Business Service 9.5.1 How to Create an Application Module Diagram 9.5.2 What Happens When You Create an Application Module Diagram 9.5.3 How to Use the Diagram to Edit the Application Module 9.5.4 How to Control Diagram Display Options 9.5.5 How to Filtering Method Names Displayed in the Diagram 9.5.6 How to Show Related Objects and Implementation Files in the Diagram 9.5.7 How to Publish the Application Module Diagram 9.5.8 How to Test the Application Module from the Diagram 9.6 Supporting Multipage Units of Work 9.6.1 How to Simulate State Management in the Oracle ADF Model Tester 9.6.2 What Happens at Runtime: How the Application Uses Application Module Pooling and State Management 9.7 Customizing an Application Module with Service Methods 9.7.1 How to Generate a Custom Class for an Application Module 9.7.2 What Happens When You Generate a Custom Class for an Application Module 9.7.3 What You May Need to Know About Default Code Generation 9.7.4 How to Add a Custom Service Method to an Application Module 9.7.5 How to Test the Custom Application Module Using a Static Main Method 9.7.6 What You May Need to Know About Programmatic Row Set Iteration 9.8 Customizing Application Module Message Strings 9.8.1 How to Add a Resource Bundle to an Application Module 9.8.2 What Happens When You Add a Resource Bundle to an Application Module 9.9 Publishing Custom Service Methods to UI Clients 9.9.1 How to Publish a Custom Method on the Application Module's Client Interface 9.9.2 What Happens When You Publish Custom Service Methods 9.9.3 How to Generate Client Interfaces for View Objects and View Rows 9.9.4 How to Test Custom Service Methods Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 9.9.5 What You May Need to Know About Method Signatures on the Client Interface 9.9.6 What You May Need to Know About Passing Information from the Data Model 9.10 Working Programmatically with an Application Module's Client Interface 9.10.1 How to Work Programmatically with an Application Module's Client Interface 9.10.2 What Happens at Runtime: How the Application Module's Client Interface is Accessed 9.10.3 How to Access an Application Module Client Interface in a Fusion Web Application 9.11 Overriding Built-in Framework Methods 9.11.1 How to Override a Built-in Framework Method 9.11.2 What Happens When You Override a Built-in Framework Method 9.11.3 How to Override prepareSession() to Set Up an Application Module for a New User Session 9.12 Calling a Web Service from an Application Module 9.12.1 How to Call an External Service Programmatically 9.12.1.1 Creating a Web Service Proxy Class to Programmatically Access the Service 9.12.1.2 Calling the Web Service Proxy Template to Invoke the Service 9.12.1.3 Calling a Web Service Method Using the Proxy Class in an Application Module 9.12.2 What Happens When You Create the Web Service Proxy 9.12.3 What Happens at Runtime: When You Call a Web Service Using a Web Service Proxy Class 9.12.4 What You May Need to Know About Web Service Proxies 9.12.4.1 Using a Try-Catch Block to Handle Web Service Exceptions 9.12.4.2 Separating Application Module and Web Services Transactions 9.12.4.3 Setting Browser Proxy Information 9.12.4.4 Invoking Application Modules with a Web Service Proxy Class 10 Sharing Application Module View Instances 10.1 About Shared Application Modules 10.1.1 Shared Application Module Use Cases and Examples 10.1.2 Additional Functionality for Shared Application Modules 10.2 Sharing an Application Module Instance 10.2.1 How to Create a Shared Application Module Instance 10.2.2 What Happens When You Define a Shared Application Module 10.2.3 What You May Need to Know About Design Time Scope of the Shared Application Module 10.2.4 What You May Need to Know About the Design Time Scope of View Instances of the Shared Application Module 10.2.5 What You May Need to Know About Managing the Number of Shared Query Collections 10.2.6 What You May Need to Know About Shared Application Modules and Connection Pooling 10.3 Defining a Base View Object for Use with Lookup Tables 10.3.1 How to Create a Base View Object Definition for a Lookup Table 10.3.2 What Happens When You Create a Base View Object 10.3.3 How to Define the WHERE Clause of the Lookup View Object Using View Criteria 10.3.4 What Happens When You Create a View Criteria with the Editor 10.3.5 What Happens at Runtime: How a View Instance Accesses Lookup Data 10.4 Accessing View Instances of the Shared Service 10.4.1 How to Create a View Accessor for an Entity Object or View Object 10.4.2 How to Validate Against the Attribute Values Specified by a View Accessor 10.4.3 What Happens When You Define a View Accessor Validator 10.4.4 What You May Need to Know About Dynamic Filtering with View Accessors 10.4.5 How to Create an LOV Based on a Lookup Table 10.4.6 What Happens When You Define an LOV for a View Object Attribute 10.4.7 How to Automatically Refresh the View Object of the View Accessor 10.4.8 What Happens at Runtime: How the Attribute Displays the List of Values 10.4.9 What You May Need to Know About Displaying List of Values From a Lookup Table 10.4.10 What You May Need to Know About Programmatically Invoking Database Change Notifications 10.4.11 What You May Need to Know About Inheritance of AttributeDef Properties 10.4.12 What You May Need to Know About Using Validators 10.5 Testing View Object Instances in a Shared Application Module 10.5.1 How to Test the Base View Object Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 10.5.2 How to Test LOV-Enabled Attributes Using the Oracle ADF Model Tester 10.5.3 What Happens When You Use the Oracle ADF Model Tester 10.5.4 What Happens at Runtime: How Another Service Accesses the Shared Application Module Cache 11 Integrating Service-Enabled Application Modules 11.1 About Service-Enabled Application Modules 11.1.1 Service-Enabled Application Module Use Cases and Examples 11.1.2 Additional Functionality for Service-Enabled Application Modules 11.2 Publishing Service-Enabled Application Modules 11.2.1 How to Enable the Application Module Service Interface 11.2.2 What Happens When You Create an Application Module Service Interface 11.2.2.1 Remote Common Interface 11.2.2.2 Remote Service Schema File 11.2.2.3 Remote Service Definition File 11.2.2.4 Remote Server Class 11.2.2.5 connections.xml 11.2.3 What You May Need to Know About Method Signatures on the ADF Web Service Interface 11.2.4 How to Service-Enable Individual View Objects 11.2.5 How to Customize the SDO Properties of Service-Enabled View Objects 11.2.5.1 Excluding Individual SDO Properties in a Generated SDO Component 11.2.5.2 Associating Related SDO Properties Using Complex Data Types 11.2.6 How to Support Nested Processing in Service-Enabled Master-Detail View Objects 11.2.7 What Happens When You Create SDO Classes 11.2.7.1 Service Data Object Interface 11.2.7.2 Service Data Object Class 11.2.7.3 Service Data Object Schema File 11.2.7.4 Service Data Object Result Class and Interface 11.2.8 How to Expose a Declarative Find Operation Filtered By a Required Bind Variable 11.2.9 How to Expose a Custom Find Method Filtered By a Required Bind Variable 11.2.10 How to Generate Asynchronous ADF Web Service Methods 11.2.11 What Happens When You Generate Asynchronous ADF Web Service Methods 11.2.12 What Happens at Runtime: How the Asynchronous Call Is Made 11.2.13 How to Set Preferences for Generating the ADF Web Service Interface 11.2.14 How to Secure the ADF Web Service for Access By SOAP Clients 11.2.15 How to Secure the ADF Web Service for Access By RMI Clients 11.2.15.1 Enabling Authentication for RMI Clients 11.2.15.2 Enabling Authorization for RMI Clients 11.2.16 How to Grant Test Users Access to the Service 11.2.17 How to Enable Support for Binary Attachments for SOAP Clients 11.2.18 How to Test the Web Service Using Integrated WebLogic Server 11.2.19 How to Prevent Custom Service Methods from Timing Out 11.2.20 How to Deploy Web Services to Oracle WebLogic Server 11.3 Accessing Remote Data Over the Service-Enabled Application Module 11.3.1 How to Use Service-Enabled Entity Objects and View Objects 11.3.1.1 Creating Entity Objects Backed by SDO Services 11.3.1.2 Creating View Objects Backed by SDO Services 11.3.2 What Happens When You Create Service-Backed Business Components 11.3.3 How to Update the Data Model for Service-Backed Business Components 11.3.4 How to Configure the Service-Backed Business Components Runtime 11.3.4.1 Adding the SDO Client Library to the Classpath 11.3.4.2 Registering the ADF Business Components Service in the Consuming Application's connections.xml for the EJB RMI Protocol 11.3.4.3 Registering the ADF Business Components Service in the Consuming Application's connections.xml for the SOAP Protocol 11.3.4.4 Registering the ADF Business Components Service in the Consuming Application's connections.xml for Fabric SDO Binding 11.3.5 How to Test the Service-Backed Components in the Oracle ADF Model Tester 11.3.6 How to Invoke Operations of the Service-Backed Components in the Consuming Application 11.3.7 What You May Need to Know About Creating Service Data Objects in the Consuming Application 11.3.8 What Happens at Runtime: How the Application Accesses the Published Application Module 11.3.9 What You May Need to Know About Service-Backed Entity Objects and View Objects 12 Extending Business Components Functionality 12.1 About Extending Business Components Functionality 12.1.1 Extending Business Components Use Cases and Examples 12.1.2 Additional Functionality for Extending Business Components 12.2 Globally Extending ADF Business Components Functionality 12.2.1 How To Create a Framework Extension Class 12.2.2 What Happens When You Create a Framework Extension Class 12.2.3 How to Base an ADF Component on a Framework Extension Class 12.2.4 How to Define Framework Extension Classes for All New Components 12.2.5 How to Define Framework Extension Classes for All New Projects 12.2.6 What Happens When You Base a Component on a Framework Extension Class 12.2.6.1 XML-Only Components 12.2.6.2 Components with Custom Java Classes 12.2.7 What You May Need to Know About Updating the Extends Clause in Custom Component Java Files 12.3 Creating a Layer of Framework Extensions 12.3.1 How to Create Your Layer of Framework Extension Layer Classes 12.3.2 How to Package Your Framework Extension Layer in a JAR File 12.3.3 How to Create a Library Definition for Your Framework Extension JAR File 12.4 Customizing Framework Behavior with Extension Classes 12.4.1 How to Access Runtime Metadata For View Objects and Entity Objects 12.4.2 How to Implement Generic Functionality Using Runtime Metadata 12.4.3 How to Implement Generic Functionality Driven by Custom Properties 12.4.4 What You May Need to Know About the Kinds of Attributes 12.4.5 What You May Need to Know About Custom Properties 12.5 Creating Generic Extension Interfaces 12.6 Invoking Stored Procedures and Functions 12.6.1 How to Invoke Stored Procedures with No Arguments 12.6.2 How to Invoke Stored Procedure with Only IN Arguments 12.6.3 How to Invoke Stored Function with Only IN Arguments 12.6.4 How to Call Other Types of Stored Procedures 12.7 Accessing the Current Database Transaction 12.8 Customizing Business Components Error Messages 12.8.1 How to Customize Base ADF Business Components Error Messages 12.8.2 What Happens When You Customize Base ADF Business Components Error Messages 12.8.3 How to Display Customize Error Messages as Nested Exceptions 12.8.4 How to Customize Error Messages for Database Constraint Violations 12.8.5 How to Implement a Custom Constraint Error Handling Routine 12.8.5.1 Creating a Custom Database Transaction Framework Extension Class 12.8.5.2 Configuring an Application Module to Use a Custom Database Transaction Class 12.9 Creating Extended Components Using Inheritance 12.9.1 How To Create a Component That Extends Another 12.9.2 How To Extend a Component After Creation 12.9.3 What Happens When You Create a Component That Extends Another 12.9.3.1 Understanding an Extended Component's XML Descriptor 12.9.3.2 Understanding Java Code Generation for an Extended Component 12.9.4 What You May Need to Know 12.9.4.1 You Can Use Parent Classes and Interfaces to Work with Extended Components 12.9.4.2 Class Extends is Disabled for Extended Components 12.9.4.3 Interesting Aspects You Can Extend for Key Component Types 12.9.4.4 Extended Components Have Attribute Indices Relative to Parent 12.10 Substituting Extended Components in a Delivered Application 12.10.1 How To Substitute an Extended Component 12.10.2 What Happens When You Substitute 12.10.3 How to Enable the Substituted Components in the Base Application 13 Using ADF Model in a Fusion Web Application 13.1 About ADF Data Binding 13.2 Additional Functionality 13.3 Exposing Application Modules with Oracle ADF Data Controls 13.3.1 How an Application Module Data Control Appears in the Data Controls Panel 13.3.1.1 How the Data Model and Service Methods Appear in the Data Controls Panel 13.3.1.2 How Transaction Control Operations Appear in the Data Controls Panel 13.3.1.3 How View Objects Appear in the Data Controls Panel 13.3.1.4 How Nested Application Modules Appear in the Data Controls Panel 13.3.2 How to Open the Data Controls Panel 13.3.3 How to Refresh the Data Controls Panel 13.3.4 Packaging a Data Control for Use in Another Project 13.4 Using the Data Controls Panel 13.4.1 How to Use the Data Controls Panel 13.4.2 What Happens When You Use the Data Controls Panel 13.4.3 What Happens at Runtime: How the Binding Context Works 13.5 Working with the DataBindings.cpx File 13.5.1 How JDeveloper Creates a DataBindings.cpx File 13.5.2 What Happens When JDeveloper Creates a DataBindings.cpx File 13.6 Configuring the ADF Binding Filter 13.6.1 How JDeveloper Configures the ADF Binding Filter 13.6.2 What Happens When JDeveloper Configures an ADF Binding Filter 13.6.3 What Happens at Runtime: How the ADF Binding Filter Works 13.7 Working with Page Definition Files 13.7.1 How JDeveloper Creates a Page Definition File 13.7.2 What Happens When JDeveloper Creates a Page Definition File 13.7.2.1 Bindings Binding Objects Defined in the Page Definition File 13.7.2.2 Executable Binding Objects Defined in the Page Definition File 13.8 Creating ADF Data Binding EL Expressions 13.8.1 How to Create an ADF Data Binding EL Expression 13.8.1.1 Opening the Expression Builder from the Property Inspector 13.8.1.2 Using the Expression Builder 13.8.2 What You May Need to Know About ADF Binding Properties 13.9 Using Simple UI First Development 13.9.1 How to Apply ADF Model Data Binding to Existing UI Components 13.9.2 What Happens When You Apply ADF Model Data Binding to UI Components 14 Exposing Web Services Using the ADF Model Layer 14.1 About Web Services in Fusion Web Applications 14.1.1 Web Services Use Cases and Examples 14.1.2 Additional Functionality for Web Services in Fusion Applications 14.2 Creating Web Service Data Controls 14.2.1 How to Create a Web Service Data Control 14.2.2 How to Include a Header Parameter for a Web Service Data Control 14.2.3 How to Adjust the Endpoint for a Web Service Data Control 14.2.4 How to Refresh a Web Service Data Control 14.2.5 What You May Need to Know About Primary Keys in Web Service Data Controls 14.2.6 What You May Need to Know About Web Service Data Controls 14.3 Creating a New Web Service Connection 14.3.1 How to Create a New Web Service Connection 14.4 Securing Web Service Data Controls 14.4.1 WS-Security Specification 14.4.2 Using Key Stores 14.4.3 How to Define Web Service Data Control Security 15 Exposing URL Services Using the ADF Model Layer 15.1 About Using ADF Model with URL Services 15.1.1 URL Services Use Cases and Examples 15.1.2 Additional Functionality for URL Services 15.2 Exposing URL Services with ADF Data Controls 15.2.1 How to Create a URL Connection 15.2.2 How to Create a URL Service Data Control 15.2.3 What Happens When You Create a URL Service Data Control 15.2.4 How to Include a Custom Header Parameter for a URL Service Data Control 15.2.5 What You May Need to Know About 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