Presentation Title: Powerful and Easy ADF DataControl for XML and Web Services
Speaker: Mr Richard Olrichs
Company: MN
Co-presenter: Wilfred Van der Deijl - TFG
Presentation abstract: Many organization want to leverage their existing or newly developed web services in ADF applications. Oracle ADF’s Data Binding Layer provides a declarative way of accessing different types of data controls. Several of these data controls can be used for accessing XML content. In our experience they are either easy to implement or very powerful. As a result of the ADF community effort now there is a free open source XML ADF DataControl that combines best of both worlds, both simple and powerful. It can be used with SOAP web services, BPM human tasks or any other XML data. It is declarative without the need for JAX-WS proxies or custom beans, although it is extensible with custom code.
Presentation begins: 07/12/2014 12:30
Presentation duration: 50
Presentation content level: 3 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)
Audience experience: Basic Working Knowledge
Audience function: Oracle, Partner, Product Expert, Product User
Speaker biography:  Richard Olrichs is from the Netherlands. In 2007 Richard completed his IT study and started working at MN, an administrative company for different retirement funds in the Netherlands. Since then Richard has been working with Oracle Fusion Middleware technology, mostly concentrated on Oracle ADF. Over the years he developed himself to become an senior ADF developer at MN. Richard runs a blog at to share ideas, thoughts and findings about Oracle ADF with the rest of the community. At this conference he’ll not only share some of his thoughts and ideas, but also represent a view as an Oracle customer on this technology.
Related topics: Development: ADF / JDeveloper
Hall: 7