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as you are using 184.108.40.206.0 and not 10g (10.3.1?) this tutorial is not meant for your version.
You should use a bounded task flow with a start activity which resets the form. Depending on the use case this can be done by calling createInsert on the vo you want to enter data into, or by clearing the inputFiled which are bound to a bean or something else.
For a sample of the first check http://tompeez.wordpress.com/2012/12/01/jdeveloper-11-1-1-5-0-use-router-to-create-new-row-or-edit-existing/
Thanks for your reply Timo,
That's the first time i've heard of the router! In your sample application, you set the default outcome to "edit". So this means there's only 2 outcomes : insert and edit in the router's functionality?
And that you set the default to be edit?
By the way, this is just a general question, I'm not trying to do anything for now.
routers are not only for create/edit but can have multiple outcomes. Check the doc http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E35521_01/web.111230/e16182/taskflows_activities.htm#ADFFD1673 to find out more about how to use them.
I'll check them out now!