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Do you see the template if you switch to 'All Features' in the 'New Gallary' when you try to create a new application?
No, there isn't!
This is my gallery: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6002228/gallery.png
When I tried the first "getting started" tutorial, I create a custom application and I have these errors:
Check which feartures are present by menu 'Tools'->'Features...' check that at least all 'Application Development Framework (ADF)' checkboxes are marked.
In 'Tools'->'Features...' all items are checked. There are also "ADF Faces", "ADF Mobile Browser" and "ADF Page Flow", checked.
Dou think it might be a lack in the version for linux? I downloaded it from: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/jdev/downloads/index.html
"This download is the complete version of JDeveloper with all the features."
Let me know,
No, I don't think that it's a lack of feartues. However, I never installed jdev using hte linux version. On linux I normally use the generic installer and use my already installed jdk to run it on.
I suggest you download the generic installer and remove the current installation from your system, and install it again using the generic installer. In this case you need an jdk1.6.0_24 or better installed on your machine. I'm running jdev on 1.6.0_45, but on windows. Currently I don't hane a linux installation running jdev.
In the download page there is this warning:
Important Note - This version of JDeveloper doesn't include the SOA, WebCenter, and Oracle Cloud development features - to use these components you'll need to download Oracle JDeveloper 126.96.36.199.0.
Could this be the problem?
These ADF errors (https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6002228/adf-error.png) may be due to what?
No, this only tell you that if you want to develop SOA you should use jdev 188.8.131.52.0 instead of 184.108.40.206.0.
Download the generic installer, uninstall the current version, and then reinstall it again using the generic installer.
You probably chose the Java EE role when you first got into JDeveloper.
Go into the tools menu and switch your role to be default.
This is towards the right direction.
If Java EE role is selected when entering JDeveloper after installation of JDeveloper then
even if studio developer role is selected from the tools menu, there
is no ADF Fusion development functionality.
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
The only valid solution is to uninstall JDeveloper and install it againNo, that would be like using a jackhammer to remove the cover of your laptop.
As Shay said, just go to the Tools menu and change your role to Studio Developer
Shay's solution didn't work for me.
I used the jackhammer to get it work.
I unistall JDeveloper with the unistall.sh script found here: ~/Oracle/Middleware/utils/uninstall/unistall.sh
I re-install JDeveloper and now I have the ADF templates.
I followed the same procedure I had used the first time, now, however, I have not yet installed the updates.
Thanks for help!