In the previous post I showed how you can take any JSF application or ADF task flow and expose them as portlets. It’s a very powerful capability, and is used mostly when you have already built your page or application, and making a portlet out of it is more of an after-thought.
Using the same JSF Portlet Bridge (JSR 301) under the covers, you can use the portlet creation wizard in JDeveloper to build JSF/ADF portlets very easily. You don’t necessarily have to deal with the JSR 168 APIs, you can directly take advantage of the power of ADF.
- 0:00-1:30 Building the JSF portlet skeleton using the portlet creation wizard.
- 1:30-3:30 Creating the model for the portlet application: using ADF Business Components (BC) to access a back-end database, creating the data control
- 3:30-5:50 Creating a stacked chart as the portlet view using ADF Data Visualization Technology (DVT)
- 5:50-7:30 Deploying the portlet application
- 7:30-9:46 Building a portlet consumer application: registering and consuming the producer