i'm a noob to jheadstart and ADF. even so, i've been trying to implement the design patterns suggested in the JHeadstart Developer's guide, specifically creating an application containing ADF model projects and an application that consumes those model projects via ADF libraries
i've deployed one model project's application module as an adf library. it appears in the consuming application's dataControls window. i can see viewObjects. it seems to be attached to the consuming model project in the consuming application.
so, when i go to the consuming application's viewController to generate a new JHeadstart Service Definition, the wizard does not show me the application module/dataControl in the window. instead, it states "No supported dataControls in active workspace"
the new service definition wizard says this:
DataControlHelper: getAllowedDataControls: Found 1 DataControls
JhsWizardPanel: Adding field 0
JhsWizardPanel: Adding field 1
JhsWizardPanel: Adding field 2
JhsWizardPanel: Adding field 3
PageOne: selectedIndex on Model: 0
JhsWizardPanel: Error occured in enter() method of subclass:
Index: 0, Size: 0
JhsWizardPanel: Setting initial focus on component: FIELD0
JhsWizard: wizardCanceled: oracle.bali.ewt.wizard.WizardEvent on oracle.jheadstart.dt.jde.newservicewizard.ServiceWizard[,0,0,636x453,invalid,layout=java.awt.BorderLayout,alignmentX=0.0,alignmentY=0.0,border=,flags=320,maximumSize=,minimumSize=,preferredSize=,selected page=oracle.bali.ewt.wizard.WizardPage,pageTitle=null,label=Page One,selected]
can someone explain what i'm doing wrong? thanks,
Thanks, I was able to reproduce the issue in the current JHeadstart production version 18.104.22.168.28.
In the latest build, it no longer reproduces, so it will be fixed in the next release, which we plan to release in june this year.
I used the latest build to create the service definition for you, and I mailed you the service definition. That saves you at least the burden of creating the service manually.
Steven has been a tremendous help. i required a service definition file and application definition file configured to get around a bug that'll be resolved in the ensuing production release. thanks, Steven!