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Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook by Avrom Roy-Faderman, Peter Koletzke, Duncan Mills

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CHAPTER 12ADF Faces Rich Client

The rich are different from you and me.They have more money.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940), author, and Mary McGuire Colum (1884–1957), critic

We didn’t need dialogue.We had faces.

—Norma Desmond, Sunset Boulevard (1950)

In Chapter 10, you built a basic JavaServer Faces (JSF) application using the Oracle JSF user interface library ADF Faces Rich Client. This chapter takes off where the ADF Faces RC introduction in Chapters 1 and 9 left off. It explains a lot more about the features of ADF Faces RC and demonstrates basic functionality and standard techniques for working with some of the ADF Faces RC components.

NOTE

As mentioned earlier, whenever we refer to “ADF Faces” in this book, we are discussing the version ...

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