469: Creating a Development Environment Using Oracle's Fusion Middleware
Paul Dorsey , Dulcian, Inc. Biography
|Objectives:||Learn key choices to be made in setting up a Fusion Middleware development environment
Learn some of the pitfalls to avoid when developing Fusion Middleware applications will be discussed
Learn reasons for the application development decisions made by 2 development teams.
|Abstract:||There are many parts to the Oracle Fusion architecture. There is a great deal of confusion about how to get started. Making core project decisions can be a daunting task. Should you use Oracle's Faces components or rely on JSP/Struts? For complex process flows, what are the pros and cons of using BPEL? What is the role of server-side code in web architecture? Although the ADF architecture is sound, it may be advisable to use the industry-standard JSP/Struts components rather than the still-evolving Faces architecture. BPEL has its place but, if used inappropriately, it can result in a poorly performing system with flawed architecture. Although it is possible to move all logic into Java in the middle tier, there are compelling reasons to implement logic in database server-side code. This presentation provides an overview of the Fusion architecture, outlines the possible development options, and lists reasons for the choices our organization has made in building Fusion applications.|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 16, 2008|
|Time:||1:30 PM - 2:30 PM|