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Control hints like LOV can't be passed from ADF BC's Service Interface into ADF Mobile application. ADF Mobile application relies on the WSDL exposed from the ADF BC Service interface to create corresponding Web Service Data Control, which has no automatic support for LOVs. Also, did you actually create these in two different applications? Your ADF BC and corresponding WSDLs should be in a web application, and ADF Mobile app in another. In the ADF Mobile app, you would create Web Services Data Controls to consume the WSDL exposed form ADF BC. Once you did that, when you drag-drop from Data Control to your AMX page, you will generally get an option to create a "selectOneChoice" component on your page.
Hope this helps.
I do have two applications, like you said. One Webapplication, exposing the BCs as Webservice. And one Mobile Application consuming the Webservice via Webservice Data Control, created by the WSDL.
But I'm confused by your statements
Joe Huang wrote:
which has no automatic support for LOVs.
Joe Huang wrote:you will generally get an option to create a "selectOneChoice" component on your page.Is there a support for LOVs in adf mobile via Webservice data controls?
Fact is, I don't get the option of the "selectOneChoice" when dropping the data control on my amx page.
I dropped the result of a findByViewCriteria-method on the amx page. And I just tried the same on a jsf page. Neither, gives me the option to use a choice-component.
If I run the Application Module itself, which is exposed as Web Service, the LOVs seems to work correctly.
So there must be something to check, or to configure in my service interface or SDO-defenition, which I didn't found yet.
In the UI Categories Tab of my View Object I specified the order of the attributes and also the Label. But those, too, are ignored when I try to create a form ether on a jsf or amx page, but not when I'm running the AM itself.
Edited by: 968387 on Nov 20, 2012 1:59 AM
So I think I got it.
As Shay pointed out over here "The Web service won't have LOV defined on it just because those are defined in the ADF BC layer."
So I created the specific attributes which should be LOVs individually. Which made me also stuck for a while is, that it seems you can't use the result of a getByKey-method to populate the LOVs, instead you have to use the result of a find-method. Don't have a clue why, but the former result in a error something like "the target attribute is read-only".
But as always, thank you very much for your support!