6 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2013 5:31 AM by Subramanian Meyyappan

    login page

    a_cute_person
      i have gone thru' many video for creating login page using ADF, which has 1 login page and 1 error page with back button, what i want is only 1 login page to authenticate username, password and if the login is successful direct the user to appropriate content or tell the user that login info is wrong on the same page. i want to know how to achieve this using ADF.
        • 1. Re: login page
          Timo Hahn
          Can you tell us which sample and which jdev version you are using?

          Timo
          • 2. Re: login page
            a_cute_person
            Timo Hahn wrote:
            Can you tell us which sample and which jdev version you are using?

            Timo
            i am using JDev 11g Rel 2
            • 3. Re: login page
              vinaykumar2
              http://steveracanovic.blogspot.de/2010/04/creating-custom-adf-jspx-login-page.html

              http://raniadflearning.blogspot.de/2010/02/login-page-default-focus-on-username.html
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAWBezngA1s

              http://brent.hmdclinical.com/2010/03/creating-adf-login-page.html
              • 4. Re: login page
                a_cute_person
                thanks vinay, just wondering what will oracle achieve by complicating its products, oracle forms is very simple, why is adf not simple as oracle forms ??? Java=complicated
                for simple username, password validation do i need to write so much code ???
                • 5. Re: login page
                  Frank Nimphius-Oracle
                  Hi,

                  just wondering what will oracle achieve by complicating its products, oracle forms is very simple, why is adf not simple as oracle forms ??? Java=complicated

                  What is your motivation to move off Forms then? Do you know that you can keep on going with Oracle Forms as a platform if it meets your business requirements? The Oracle Forms product is not announced to be discontinued, which means its supported and available in the next versions of FMW.

                  If you want to move off Forms and choose Java and Java EE please acknowledge 2 things:

                  1. Java and Java EE are community processes that though Oracle owning Java are not products of Oracle and thus not under its control (its more of a stewardship)
                  2. ADF is not an upgrade or replacement of Oracle Forms. Its a product by its own rights that increases Java, Java EE and SOA developer productivity.

                  Frank
                  • 6. Re: login page
                    Subramanian Meyyappan
                    some more simple.
                    http://kohlivikram.blogspot.in/2008/10/how-to-create-simple-login-page-in-adf.html