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Actually you shoudnt access the ApplicationModuleIMpl in your Beans. Its a bad bad practice.1 person found this helpful
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what you try to do is accomplished by creating a dependency between the modle and the viewController project (see view controller project properties). As mentioned in the previous post, crossing boundaries between the model layer and the view controller layer is not good practices. If you need to access an AM method, expose it on the client interface and create a method binding so it can be accessed from and through the ADF binding layer.
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Kamaal, Saif Kamaal wrote:Indeed.
Actually you shoudnt access the ApplicationModuleIMpl in your Beans. Its a bad bad practice.
You should expose the methods you want to use to your AM and call those in your bean.
Thanks all ur advices.
Im a fresher for this area and much appreciate if someone can send some url's regards to 'standards'
that follows,when developing adf projects.
Edited by: Charith Kulawardana on Dec 4, 2012 1:16 AM
Refer to the book Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development - Made Simple. Will help you a lot.