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Introduction to JDeveloper. Benefits of Using JDeveloper. Standard, open, and extensible Improved productivity Visual and declarative Simpler development of Java EE applications “Productivity with Choice” Technology stacks Development approaches Development platform Data sources

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benefits of using jdeveloper
Benefits of Using JDeveloper
  • Standard, open, and extensible
  • Improved productivity
    • Visual and declarative
    • Simpler development of Java EE applications
  • “Productivity with Choice”
    • Technology stacks
    • Development approaches
    • Development platform
    • Data sources
    • Application servers
using jdeveloper features
Using JDeveloper Features
  • JDeveloper features that facilitate ease of application development include:

Application Navigator

Database Navigator

Editor (code or visual editors)

Component Palette

Resource Palette (IDE and Application)

Data Controls panel

Structure Window

Property Inspector

Log Window

using jdeveloper s application navigator
Using JDeveloper’s Application Navigator
  • Has expandable, minimizable panels to display:
    • Projects
    • Application resources
    • Data controls
    • Recently opened files

Expandable Panels

Minimizing a Panel

Restoring a Panel

using jdeveloper s database navigator
Using JDeveloper’s Database Navigator
  • The Database Navigator:
    • Shows both IDE and application connections
    • Enables you to:
      • View database elements
      • Filter the display
      • Create new connections

Applyfilter

Create newconnection

using jdeveloper s editors
Using JDeveloper’s Editors

Edit code:

Visually edit task flows, diagrams, and pages:

Editproperties:

using jdeveloper s component palette
Using JDeveloper’s Component Palette
  • The Component Palette enables you to:
    • Display the components available to drag to visual editor
    • Search for components
    • Display the favorites and recently used components
using jdeveloper s resource palette
Using JDeveloper’s Resource Palette
  • The Resource Palette:
    • Contains two types of resources:
      • Catalogs
      • Connections
    • Provides single searchable view of and access to many types of resources
    • Facilitates sharing resources among developers

Toolbar: Create/Import or Search

using jdeveloper s structure window
Using JDeveloper’s Structure Window
  • The Structure Window provides:
    • A tree view of selected document or object
    • The ability to:
      • View in different ways
      • Navigate

Show Methods, Fields, Static / Public Members

Sort

New View

Freeze / Unfreeze

Synchwith Editor

using jdeveloper s log window
Using JDeveloper’s Log Window
  • The Log window:
    • Displays JDevelopermessages, such as logging and compilation messages
    • Has one or more tabs: A Messages tab and additional tabs depending on what is occurring
    • Displays standard output (such as System.out.println() messages)
    • Has context menu for clearing, wrapping, saving output, searching, and so on
getting started in jdeveloper
Getting Started in JDeveloper
  • To build an application in JDeveloper, you need to define:
    • An application
    • One or more projects
    • A database connection
creating database connections
Creating Database Connections
  • Two types:
    • IDE:
      • Available to be added to any application
      • Create in Database Navigator or Resource Palette
      • To add to an application, drag to Application Resources or to an application in Database Navigator
    • Application:
      • Owned by a specific application
      • Create in Database Navigator or Application Resources