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Getting Started with Liquid Data

From Multiple Data Sources to a Web Application in 60 Minutes (or Less)

Step 1. Start the Liquid Data Samples Server



Step 2. Start the WebLogic Administration Console

Starting the Console



Logging Into the Administration Console

Step 3. Configure Data Sources

Configuring a Relational Data Source Description

Configure an XML File Data Source Description

Step 4. Start Data View Builder and Verify Data Sources

Step 5. Construct Your Query

View a Demo

Open Relevant Data Source Schemas

Select a Target Schema From the Sample Liquid Data Repository

Map Source Elements to the Target Schema

Define Query Conditions

Create a Join Between Wireless : CUSTOMER and Wireless : CUSTOMER_ORDER

Create a Join between Wireless : CUSTOMER_ID and Broadband : CUSTOMER_ID

Create a Query Parameter

Set the Target Namespace

Step 6. View and Test Your Query

Entering Test Mode

The Automatically Generated Query

Testing Your Query

Running Your Query


Step 7. Save Your Liquid Data Project

Step 8. Deploy Your Query

Step 9. Creating a Liquid Data Control in WebLogic Workshop

Creating a Liquid Data Control

Step 10. Creating a Liquid Data-Powered Web Application

Generating a Page Flow File

Obtaining Preliminary Query Results

Modifying Page Flow Source

Adding Data to the Application

Adding Field Labels

Adding Data Fields

Add Repeater Fields For Order Arrays

Testing Your Results


Generated Files and Code

Topics of Further Interest


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