ADF Badge Button Component

In this article, I describe how to build what I call a ‘Badge Button’ in Oracle ADF. This is a button we know from many mobile applications which shows, e.g., how many new messages have arrived since the last visit. The image above shows what I have in mind. We see a standard button with…

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WebLogic automatic deployment with Maven – Identity Asserter, Data Source, ADF Application

This is a follow-up of a previous post (click here) where I had described a custom SSO solution using Weblogic’s Identity Provider. In that post, one can see a snippet from Maven’s POM file used to build an Identity Asserter. That is because the Identity Asserter needs to be built using Weblogic’s MBean maker facility.…

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Custom SSO using Weblogic IdentityAsserter

Weblogic Standard SSO solution Weblogic provides the possibility to configure an SSO infrastructure through the means of an SAML Identity Asserter. You can have a look at an example of how to achieve this in the following blog article: https://blogs.oracle.com/blogbypuneeth/steps-to-configure-saml-20-with-weblogic-server-using-embedded-ldap-as-a-security-store-only-for-dev-environment However, as you can see, it does take a lot of configuration steps to achieve…

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Highlighting the environment

In my presentation at APEX Connect 2017, I’ve discussed about Nearshoring development with APEX. One of the hints from the presentation was to highlight the different staged systems so that the developer can easily identify where he/she works. I’ve seen customers who had problems because of this. Often developers execute different tasks on TEST, QA…

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