The Java Cloud Service (JCS) production application the is the focus of this article includes invoice processing, warehouse stock management and production line management. This application was implemented for a candy production and distribution startup company in Lithuania.
The startup’s primary goal in this endeavor was to minimize and simplify the IT infrastructure’s complexity and investment, which is why JCS was chosen. Oracle ADF is integrated into the Oracle PaaS Cloud offering. JCS offers a cloud-based deployment environment, which is preconfigured with support for Oracle ADF features. Oracle ADF provides a powerful functionality for business logic implementation in the ADF BC layer. It allows exposing of ADF BC objects and methods through REST services.
While ADF support was one of the key decision points for using JCS, the fact that Oracle JET can also be served from JCS instance makes it really convenient and enables us to run server-side business logic and serve client-side content from the same cloud instance.
The invoice processing module is based on this list of functionalities:
- Dashboard – statistical data display
- New Invoice – invoice creation
- Template Setup – invoice template setup, to speed up invoice creation
- Invoice Search – search through all invoices and invoice edit
- Customer Setup – customer data management
- Supplier Setup – supplier data management
The UI is implemented entirely with Oracle JET, which supports responsive UI behavior out of the box. This means the UI is implemented only once and adjusts to whichever screen the user is viewing the material on, from desktop to mobile. Read the complete article here.
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