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Which operating system do you use?
Which JDK do oyu use to run jdev on?
which role do you run jdev in?
I am on a Win7 32 bit system, my java version is 188.8.131.52 and I am the administrator of the workstation.
There are some issues with jdev and jdk1.7.0_21. Please check menu help->about and select the version tab. Please post you the table you see there.
two days ago i installed same pattern as like you. but i doesnt get anything strange. i'm having jdk1.6. so i hope this may be jdk version is the problem.
Java(TM) Platform 1.6.0_24
Oracle IDE 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11
Versioning Support 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124
OK, so you are running jdev on jdk 1.6.0_24!
Check ther role you are running using jdev Tools->'switch roles' and make sure 'Studio Developer' is activated.
Then check the tools->Features if all Application Development Framework checkboxes are set.
Have you installed jdev into a path with ' ' (space) in it? If yes, unsinstall and install it in a path without spaces.
The only ADF * features that exist and checked are
ADF Mobile Browser
ADF Page Flow
JDev is installed in D:\Oracle\Middleware\jdeveloper
There are a couple missing features...
And you have installed the studio edition of jdev?
And the role is 'studio develope'?
I installed Oracle JDeveloper 11g (126.96.36.199.0) (Build 6276.1) Studio Edition: 188.8.131.52.0
jdevstudio11123install.exe Windows installer
and my role is studio developer
Everything is straightforward, but I don't get a complete development environment for Oracle ADF that includes everything Ineed in order to build and test Oracle ADF applications.
Something is missing and is not my fault.
Combining Timo's and Shay's answers
I reproduced successfully the following
If Java EE role is selected when entering JDeveloper first time after installation of JDeveloper then
even if studio developer role is selected from the tools menu, there
is no way to get ADF Fusion development functionality as ADF Business *, ADF Model Business * features, ADF application templates, are missing.
The only valid solution is to uninstall JDeveloper and install it again ( there is no need to use generic installer) and select
studio developer the first time after installation.
It looks like ADF functionality is registered only at initial JDeveloper startup with developer role selected.