You must be excited to read this post, I will describe one very useful feature, available in ADF 12c. This feature – Click History. You can follow steps described by Duncan Mills, to enable and read click history data in server log. There is one more option available – we can read click history data from ADF request (captured by filter class) and log it in custom way (for later analysis). Click history gives such information as client request start/end time (you can calculate client request duration), component client ID, component type, action event type, etc. All this is useful to understand application performance perceived by the client.
Download sample application – DashboardApp.zip (it contains JET libraries, to render JET content within ADF). To test click history and view generated statistics, click on any button and selection component. Click history returns previous action statistics. Let’s click on Cancel button:
You should see similar XML message printed in the log (click history statistics data):
To view it in readable way, you can copy it into XML file and format in JDEV: Read the complete article here.
For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.