Flow Navigation Menu Control in Oracle VBCS by Andrejus Baranovskis

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Oracle VBCS allows us to build multiple flows within the application. This is great — this helps to split application logic into different smaller modules. Although VBCS doesn’t offer (in the current version) declarative support to build menu structure to navigate between the flows. Luckily this requirement can be achieved in few simple steps, please read John Ceccarelli post — Adding a Navigation Bar to a VBCS Application. I thought to go through instructions listed by John and test it out, today post is based on this. In my next posts I will take a look how to replace navigation bar menu structure with something more advanced, for example — menu slider on the left.

I think VBCS have great potential as JavaScript declarative development IDE. I see many concepts are similar to other Oracle declarative development tools, e.g. Forms, Oracle ADF. VBCS runs Oracle JET, all you build in VBCS is Oracle JET. Oracle takes care upgrading Oracle JET version in VBCS, I have applied recent patch (by click of the button) and latest JET version is available within our VBCS environment: Read the complete article here.

 

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