4 Replies Latest reply on May 28, 2013 9:48 PM by Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle

    Studio Edition Version

      I jave installed the J Developer for the following version in my computer.
      Studio Edition Version

      In th Business Tier category, why do not I see "ADF Business Components"? The sample guide document says you should have version to continue. What I see from the help menu, I have installed the higher version of the JDeveloper. Why does not it show the ADF Business Components in the version
        • 1. Re: Studio Edition Version
          Frank Nimphius-Oracle

          It does have ADF BC. Maybe you started with a different workspace template than Fusion Application. In the view showing the Busines Tier, switch to the tab option that shows all texhnologiea and ADF BC should show.

          • 2. Re: Studio Edition Version
            Thanks for your response.

            I have installed the Studio Edition Version in my PC. But the Tutorial document I have with me, that was written for This document I received from ORACLE during my ADF traing with Oracle corporation. Now I have a new PC and I installed the latest version of the Jdeveloper( This time when I tried to follow the document, I do not see the same screens as before. Sould I remove version and install the version to follow the training document?

            Or is there any training document or user guide for this new version

            I just need to practice few ADF applications/examples with step by step guidance. Any link or document will be helpful.

            • 3. Re: Studio Edition Version
              Timo Hahn
              The document is quite old. There have been some changes to Jdev an some dialogs are changes too.
              I would not advise you to remove and install the one your document is written for. Check http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/jdev/learnmore/index.html for tutorials for your version. There are plenty of guides and videos available there to.
              The big question you have to ask and answer yourself is, do you want to use SOA or BPM. In this case you have to use Jdev version as is an adf only preview for the upcoming 12c version.

              • 4. Re: Studio Edition Version
                Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle
                Just to check one thing - which role are you using in JDeveloper?
                See the tools->Roles->Switch role option and make sure you are using the default role and not the Java EE role.