|Oracle® Fusion Applications Developer's Guide
11g Release 6 (11.1.6)
Part Number E15524-11
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This part of the developer's guide describes the fundamental patterns that Oracle Fusion application developers should use when building applications involving Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) and the Oracle SOA platform. The majority of these use cases fall into three basic patterns:
The use of business events to initiate business processes
Orchestrating over business logic implemented with Oracle ADF, Java, PL/SQL, and SOA composite applications
Modeling human task flows in ADF applications
In addition to these three core categories, other chapters within this part provide guidance on a few less common patterns that might be useful to applications developers.
Each chapter in this section describes a use case and its associated recommended design pattern, along with procedures for implementing the design pattern, recommended validation procedures, and troubleshooting tips.
When carrying out the procedures described in the following chapters, use the Default/All technologies role for any SOA-related activity.
This part contains the following chapters: