I have installed standalone Oracle WebLogic Server 11g(10.3.6),so I used JDeveloper 11g Release 2 (22.214.171.124.0).
Moreover, I created an application like of "Developing Rich Web Applications With Oracle ADF Part3" Tutorial, yet I could deployed and run.
This sample has two pages(DeptEmpPage & query).I clicked the "Query" button but not happened instead of to navigate to another page.
1- I could run correctly on embedded WebLogic Server 10.3.
2- it run standalone the (DeptEmpPage or query) pages on standalone WebLogic. it means both of pages are in war file.
You need to deploy an EAR and not a WAR.
You need to install the ADF Runtime for your version on the stand alone WLS.
And if you did the above and it still doesn't navigate between pages, try the same URL without the jspx/jsf extension.
Though I'm not fully clear of your question, as I understand it, it seems that you are not able to run this same app on the standaloe WLS as opposed to the Integrated WLS, though you point out that they are both WAR files.
1. have you configured the domains and the datasources forthe standalone WLS as you have done for the IWLS
2. the model.jar and the ViewControllerRC are packaged in a WAR, and the deploy script allows you to deploy to an EAR. so the ear is the one you will have to deploy/copy to the standalone version.
Before I wrote this thread I had done some of tips that you mentioned such as ("EAR" & Sherman Update), yet
I didn't get it about this "try the same URL without the jspx/jsf extension", because I could run correctly on Integrated WLS.
What is the URL you are accessing on your remote server?
Assuming it is http://server:7001/a/faces/a.jspx
try instead: http://server:7001/a/faces/a
Also - are you trying this from IE or another browser?
You are not answering my questions.
The reason not to use the file extension is to make sure you use the controller navigation.
The reason I ask about which browser you are running in is that IE sometimes throws the no-access error you got when XMLHTTP is not enabled in it.