'Nothing happens...' isn't an error description we can handle. Do you see any error message (or any message at all) in the log window?
Any compile time problems?
How did you try to start the application?
The better you describe the problem, the better we can help.
Ok, I wrote 'nothing happens' but it looks that way.
There are no errors during compilation. There is also no errors while running the program.
The only thing that I noticed is warning in the method of 'onEmployeeQuery' class 'EmployeeQueryBean' type such as:
'Warning(30,22): getFilterCriteria() in oracle.adf.view.rich.model.FilterableQueryDescriptor has been deprecated'
when assigning of values to a variable - java.util.Map map = fqd.getFilterCriteria();
There is also a warning in the lines where the assignment is performed:
'Warning: unchecked call to put(K,V) as a member of the raw type java.util.Map'
In 'Debug' mode I noticed that the filtering criteria to assign an object variable 'map' returns '0 mappings' (java.util.Map map = fqd.getFilterCriteria();)
I run the application by right click on 'FilterByDataRange.jspx" and Run.
Example applications I downloaded from the address: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/adf/learnmore/filterbydaterange-jdev11-114-176654.zip
Is such a performance issue will be more helpful?
Thank you very much for your help in solving the problem.
Have you read my description of the problem with which encountered trying to implement filtering tables by date range?
Do you have any suggestions on how to solve this problem?
Be patient, I have other work to do to pay my bills. I'll try to look into this over the weekend.
Thank you so much for all that you have answered my post. I am a newbie in solutions based on the ADF. With great pleasure I'll be waiting for your answer
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I made the sample work again. The problem is that you can't somehow store new attribute values in the map any more. If you store the values for the filter at a different location it works again.
Please read the full solution in my blog https://tompeez.wordpress.com/2015/04/11/how-to-filter-adf-bound-tables-by-date-range-jdeveloper-12-1-x/
You can download the workspace from GitHub. The link is provided at the end of the blog.
Thank you very much. You saved me. I would never have come to this solution alone.