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View → Purpose Use view statement to create a view over a base stream or relation that you reference by … " Chapter 18, "Oracle CQL Queries, Views, and Joins". Syntax You express the a view in a element as … Example 20-48 shows. The view element has two attributes: id: Specify the identifier as the view element
view → A top-level VIEW statement that you create using the VIEW statement is called a view (the Oracle
view → An Oracle CQL view represents an alternative selection on a stream or relation. In Oracle CQL, you … use a view instead of a subquery. A top-level SELECT statement that you create in a element is … called a view. For more information, see Section 18.3, "Views".
view → View view
3.2.4 View → Once you've specified the data and sorted it, you can choose the view options and layout for your … OmniPortlet. The View tab ( Figure 3-12 ) enables you to add Header and Footer text, choose a Layout … following layouts: Tabular Chart News Bullet Form HTML Figure 3-12 View Tab Description of "Figure 3-12 … View
View Table → BPM_ACTV_INST__V Active Process Instances BPM_PRCS_INST__V Note: IDENTIFIER is the analytics view … View Identifier" is not defined for a process, then process-specific views are not created for that … process. You can define an analytics view identifier for a BPMN process in Oracle BPM Studio. In
View List → To display a view, select it from the View List, shown in Figure 15-2. Figure 15-2 Built-in and … Custom Views Displayed in the View List Description of "Figure 15-2 Built-in and Custom Views Displayed … in the View List" Views are presented in two primary categories: Built-in views
17.3.2 Introducing Design View and Source View → Composer provides two views for working with page content: Design view and Source view. To open … either of these views, enter Composer, and select Source or Design from the View menu ( Figure 17-4 … ). Figure 17-4 View Menu in Composer Description of "Figure 17-4 View Menu in Composer" Design view
9.11.2 Source View → Source view displays the code for the definition. Figure 9-10 Source View The information in source … view appears as color-coded text: Black is used for XML code, HTML tag attributes, and text that … , see Section 6.9, "Formatting the Code in Source View." Source view offers complete control over the
3.3.7 Structure View → The Structure window offers a structural view of the data in the component currently selected in … Structure window when a BPMN process is selected in the BPM Project Navigator. Figure 3-12 Structure View … Description of "Figure 3-12 Structure View" The structure of a process is divided into the following
3.3.1 Classic View Template → all custom search result templates based on the Classic View, even if those fields are not … specifically selected from the Classic View Template section of the Create/Edit Classic View Search Result
10.1.3 View Asset Details → For selected assets, you can view asset details such as description, usage history, expected
8.11.1 Design View → the workspace in design view, where you can edit the template as needed. The workspace then … functions as an editor that offers many common editing features. Design view displays all objects as they … are arranged on the template. In design view you will see the positioning of both static content (for … tables or CSS to align
1.2.2 The Default View → create, manage, and search for projects, and to assign users to projects. My Stuff Click to view … subscribed. Reports Click to view a number of standard reports based on asset usage, value, and
5.9.4 View Menu → The items in the View menu are mostly toggles to display windows in the Designer workspace, and … toggles to display the workspace toolbars. The first section of items are used to toggle view (checked
A.5 View Log → The View Log screen is where the log file can be viewed. When the log file is long, the Previous … and Next buttons are available to page through the file. Figure A-14 View Log Screen Element
10.3.4 View Asset Details → For selected assets, you can view asset details such as description, usage history, expected … view provides asset details for any listed asset in an embedded Web-based browser view, which calls
2.5.7 View Tasks/Options → The View Tasks/Options presents tasks and options for views. Clicking the minus sign button in the … upper right corner of the View Tasks/Options list collapses the list. Figure 2-10 View Tasks/Options … List Description of "Figure 2-10 View Tasks/Options List"
D.104 view → Use this element to define an Oracle CQL view for a component. For more information, see Chapter 10, "Configuring Oracle CQL Processors".
18.4 View Menu → The following commands are available from the View Menu. Table 18-4 View Menu Commands
3.3.9 Simulation View → The Simulation View allows you to run and see the result of project simulation models. Figure 3-14 … , shows the results of a simulation displayed as a bar chart. Figure 3-14 Simulation View Description of "Figure 3-14 Simulation View"
2.5.9 View Editor → The View Editor contains a set of tabs to select data and data modifiers and format the views in … your reports. When you create reports, the View Editor provides a wizard format to lead you through … View Editor Description of "Figure 2-12 View Editor" You can use the following buttons to move the … View
3.3.2 Headline View Template → The Headline template by default lists items in a single line, with a minimum of information. The Headline template uses the sort field, sort order, and result count fields on the User Profile Page to arrange the results. Column Description ID A unique identifier of the content item, linked to a Web-viewable version of the content item, if it is available. If no Web-viewable version is available,
4.16.2 References View → Use this page to view resource dependencies. This view shows your current selection whether it is
10.2.4 View Asset Details → For selected assets, you can view asset details such as description, usage history, expected … , test cases are provided to better enable you to reuse the existing functionality. To view the asset … details, perform the following steps: In Eclipse, click Window, Show View. Select Other. Select the … Enterprise Repository Access
7.3.4 View Asset Details → For selected assets, developer can view asset details, such as description, usage history, expected
3.6.8 Changing View Types → You can edit a report and change the view type you selected for a specific view. For example, you … might have a three view report and decide to change the first view from a streaming list to an … updating ordered list, without re-creating the entire report. Many view types can be changed and still
3.3.3 Thumbnail View Template → The Thumbnail template by default lists items in a grid from left-to-right and top-to-bottom and displays an icon based on the content type, or a thumbnail image of the content if your system administrator has set up Content Server to create one. This template is particularly suited for displaying images and other graphic content. The grid arranges results based on the sort field and order set on
3.3.8 Thumbnail View → process that is opened in the process editor. Because the Thumbnail view is synchronized with the process … white rectangle on the Thumbnail view shows the section of the process that is currently in view in … the process editor. By dragging the white rectangle on the Thumbnail view, you can pan the process in
5.6.4 Design View → Design view displays all objects as they are arranged on a site template, both static (for example … template was set up and what positioning methods are used, this view may approximate what the page … Section 5.6.5, "Preview" ). Figure 5-11 Design View (Page Template) Description of "Figure 5-11 Design … View
8.2.2 Thumbnail View Tables → The table for the Thumbnail View is created differently. The ColumnProperties and RowData result … than the other methods, but this type of table is also much less structured. Example 8-6 Code for Cells in a Thumbnail View Table
9.11.1 Form View → Form view is a graphical user interface for working with a definition. Using the form view, the … modify in form view are also available in source view. Form view provides a dialog in which you can … view. Most form views have a Help button that you can click to see context-sensitive
Log View Description → the current user can view. wwlog_all_document_logs Documents that the current user can view … . wwlog_all_search_logs Searches that the current user can view. wwlog_all_item_logs Items that the current … user can view. wwlog_all_component_logs Components that the current user can view … . wwlog_all_object_logs
5.6.6 Form View → Form view provides a dialog in which you can set the properties of some site assets; for example … 5-15 shows an example of a region definition in form view. Most form views have a Help button that … you can click to see context-sensitive help information for the current form. Figure 5-15 Form View … (Region Definition) Description
8.2.1 Headline View Tables → The following example shows how to create a Headline View table. The concepts discussed here are … in the script: One special customization with the Headline View table allows any component writer … /config.cfg file or set from within a script, all Headline View tables with a column ID of dDocTitle
39.1.1 Limiting the View Object Max Fetch Size to Fetch the First n Rows → The default maximum fetch size of a view object is minus one (-1), which indicates there should be … as needed, so -1 does not imply a view object will necessarily fetch all the rows. It simply means … . However, you might want to put an upper bound on the maximum number of rows that a view object will … retrieve. You can use
39.2.3 Use SQL Tracing to Identify Ill-Performing Queries → After deciding whether your view object should be mapped to entities or not, your attention should … turn to the query itself. On the Query page of the view object overview editor, click the Edit SQL … developer to evaluate the query plans for individual view object SQL statements. However, their use
39.2.4 Consider the Appropriate Tuning Settings for Every View Object → The Tuning section on the General page of the view object overview editor lets you set various … that the new view object defines. Figure 39-5 View Object Default Tuning Options
39.1.8 Creating Dynamic Attributes to Store UI State → You can add one or more dynamic attributes to a view object at runtime using the
39.3 Generating Custom Java Classes for a View Object → As you've seen, all of the basic querying functionality of a view object can be achieved without … resorting to any custom code on the view object developer's part. In short, for many read-only view … how to enable custom Java generation for a view object when your needs might require it. For example … reference
39.8.1 How to Create a Read-Only Programmatic View Object → To create a read-only programmatic view object, you use the Create View Object wizard. To create … the read-only programmatic view object: In the Application Navigator, right-click the project in which … you want to create the view object and choose New. In the New Gallery, expand Business Tier, select … ADF Business
39.6.7 What You May Need to Know About Polymorphic View Rows → This section provides additional information to help you work with polymorphic view rows.
39.1.3 Understanding View Link Accessors Versus Data Model View Link Instances → 18.104.22.168 What Happens at Runtime When View Link Consistency is Enabled Consider two entity-based … view objects OrdersViewSummary and OrdersView both based on the same underlying Orders entity object … . When a new row is created in a row set for one of these view objects (like OrdersView ) and the … row's primary key is set,
39.1.10 Optimizing View Link Accessor Access By Retaining the Row Set → Each time you retrieve a view link accessor row set, by default the view object creates a new … , you can call its executeQuery() method. You can enable caching of the view link accessor row set when … detail row sets. For example, because view accessor row sets remain stable as long as the master row … view
39.7.5 What Happens When You Consume XML Documents → When a view object consumes an XML document in canonical format, it processes the document to … recognize row elements, their attribute element children, and any nested elements representing view link
39.5 Performing In-Memory Sorting and Filtering of Row Sets → By default a view object performs its query against the database to retrieve the rows in its … resulting row set. However, you can also use view objects to perform in-memory searches and sorting to avoid unnecessary trips to the database.
39.1.6 Setting Up a Data Model with Multiple Masters → of the:R and:P bind variables. Alternatively, you can use the view object's range paging access … mode, which implements it automatically for you. 22.214.171.124 How to Enable Range Paging for a View Object … You can use the Tuning panel of the overview editor for the view object to set the access mode to … editable when you select
39.6.2 How To Create a View Object with a Polymorphic Entity Usage → The view object that you create with a polymorphic entity usage may inherit one or more of the … entity objects will be overridden by the view object attribute definitions. When an entity-based view … the Discriminator Attribute for Entity Object Inheritance Hierarchies." Create an entity-based view … object from
39.1.4 Presenting and Scrolling Data a Page at a Time Using the Range → view link instance to your application module's data model, you connect two specific view object … instances. The use of the view link instance indicates that you want active master-detail coordination … between the two. At runtime the view link instance in the data model facilitates the eventing that … enables
Operator Operation → features described above both against the database and in-memory. It uses a CustomerList view object … starting with a 'C', producing the output: --- Initial database results with applied view criteria … a first name starting with 'J'. It does this by adding a second view criteria row to the view … criteria and
39.3.3 What You May Need to Know About Custom Classes → generation of custom Java classes, they also appear under the node for the view object. When you need … and Navigating to Custom Java Classes for a View Object 39.3.3 What You May Need to Know About
39.5.4 Performing In-Memory Filtering with RowMatch → you do with the SortBy clause, you phrase the RowMatch expression in terms of the view object
39.3.1 How To Generate Custom Classes → To enable the generation of custom Java classes for a view object, use the Java page of the view … related to a view object. The first two in the list are the most commonly used: View object class … , which represents the component that performs the query View row class, which represents each row in
39 Advanced View Object Techniques → This chapter describes advanced techniques you can use while designing and working with ADF view … : Section 39.1, "Advanced View Object Concepts and Features" Section 39.2, "Tuning Your View Objects … for Best Performance" Section 39.3, "Generating Custom Java Classes for a View Object" Section 39.4 … , "Working
126.96.36.199 About the Framework Base Classes for a View Object When you use an "XML-only" view object,… → 188.8.131.52 About the Framework Base Classes for a View Object When you use an "XML-only" view object … customize it. A view object class will extend ViewObjectImpl, while the view row class will extend … . 184.108.40.206 Attribute Indexes and InvokeAccessor Generated Code The view object is designed to
39.7.3 What You May Need to Know About Reading and Writing XML → This section provides additional information to help you work with XML.
39.7.4 How to Consume XML Documents to Apply Changes → element names used in the view object's canonical XML format by setting several properties. To … accomplish this, open the overview editor for the view object, then: Select the attribute on the … name used for that attribute to For example, the Email attribute in the Persons view object defines … General navigation tab in the
39.7.1 How to Produce XML for Queried Data → To produce XML from a view object, use the writeXML() method. If offers two ways to control the XML … produced: For precise control over the XML produced, you can specify a view object attribute map … indicating which attributes should appear, including which view link accessor attributes should be … of view link