Hi all and welcome to a new article on Red Mavericks! As we mentioned in past articles ADF 12.2.1 comes with several corrections of customer-reported and internal (unpublished) errors, along with new features that can be useful when developing applications. Recently we worked with ADF Visualization Components and we faced a big problem: there is […]
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About Pedro Curto
Pedro Curto is a junior ADF developer at Link Consulting, a Portuguese Oracle Platinum Partner. He recently finished the Master Degree (MSc) in Information System and Computers Engineering in Instituto Superior Técnico – Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal) with Master Thesis: Automatic feature extraction and text classification system for European Portuguese.
Pedro Curto also worked in a Spoken Language System Laboratory, L2F INESC-ID, in the projects SpeDial and FalaComigo. He joined this forum in order to discuss his new experiences and some problems/solutions regarding Oracle technologies.
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Hi all and welcome to a new article on Red Mavericks! Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) are useful tools to maximize productivity for developers. This article will present how to configure new shortcuts and some very important advanced shortcuts available by default in JDeveloper that can be very useful to speed up development process. In order […]
Hi all and welcome to a new article on Red Mavericks! This article will present some problems and respective solutions in order to migrate ADF applications from 12.1.3 to 12.2.1. In this case, we used an example application that consists in a framework with several ADF applications and dependencies between them. In the current version […]