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I had a requirement to move a bunch of personalization from one instance to another in my current project.I did lot of googling as well as raised an SR with oracle to find the best way to move the personalizations from one instance to another..And then I gave up on it for sometime and later while researching on a different topic I found out the best way to move adf saved queries and user personalization.

It is as simple as export from the source instance and import into the destination MDS using the EM Console.Let me show the steps here..

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In the last article, I had taken you through the steps required to source control your Oracle ADF apps with the help of repository and subversion.Let me show you how to checkout an existing oracle adf project from the subversion repository.

High level steps:

1) Connect to Subversion repository using the credentials

2) Open up the Versioning Navigator in the JDeveloper

3) Open up your repository and go to (Trunk or Branches or Tags)

4) Checkout the appropriate project folder by right click on the folder and say checkout

Below are the steps in detail:

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In the last part of this series, I had explained you about how to checkout an Oracle ADF project from subversion and run the page from JDeveloper.In this part, I will explain you how to make changes to the checkout project and commit changes to the subversion repository using the pending changes tab in JDeveloper.

High Level steps:

1) Make a change to the jsf page

2) Open up the pending changes tab

3) Select the changed files and click on commit button

4) Provide a commit message to commit the changes to repository.

Above steps in detail:

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Those who are from OAF background would definitely appreciate a simple way to invoke a method in the AM from managed bean by passing parameters and getting the return value back.I wrote a reusable method called invokeMethod to call a method in AM and packaged it as CholaADFUtils..I had reused some method from ADFUtils and JSFUtils(Of course I had given proper credits to the original authors :) )

For this article, let me kill 2 birds with one stone..No..I don’t want to kill birds virtually too :).Let me hit 2 mangos with one stone..I will show you how to call a plsql procedure in ADF from AM and also use the invokeMethod from managed bean to call the same method.

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There is a huge form user has filled up and suddenly by mistake she clicked on another button in the page  which took her to another page.All her changes are gone..This will be a typical scenario which could have been handled in the development stage, if the team knows the best practices around the web page development.Now you know the use case and lets see how we can implement the solution in Oracle ADF.


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