This post is supposed to provide improved solution for the approach described previously – ADF and Oracle JET – Integration Pattern with ADF Regions. Many thanks to John Brock, Product Manager for Oracle JET, for his proactive comments and suggestions.
I have changed it to JET rendering in ADF, instead of integration. Perhaps word ‘integration’ is too strong in this context. You should not mix two frameworks together, like trying to render data from ADF bindings in JET components. Oracle doesn’t encourage mixing ADF and JET, there is no support for this.
But still there are valid business requirements to create JET islands inside ADF. For example, fast data entry or displaying data from WebSocket. We could use JET table on top of REST within ADF page and allow users to type and save data really fast. There will be no integration between ADF and JET features, simply JET UI rendering inside ADF page. Similar as ADF DVT components currently work, they are based on JET libs (at least I heard such talks on OOW).
Here you can download improved sample application (you must download JET separately and copy into public_html folder) – DashboardApp_v3.zip. Improvements:
1. No need to use ADF region, it works to isolate JET code into JSF fragment
2. We can use simple JSF include to include fragment with JET into ADF page
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