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Shared View Object with Range Paging access mode - 30-Apr-2017 05:15 - Eugene Fedorenko
Recently I came across an interesting issue related to shared view object instances with range paging access mode.  So, there is a VO instance defined in a shared application module with the pagination feature on:



This shared VO instance is used in a view accessor



Well... It doesn't work.  The LOV's search dialog always shows only first (~50) records. It is impossible to scroll down and see the rest of records.

I am not sure if it is documented somewhere, but it makes sense. A shared view object is supposed to share its row sets with many clients. Obviously, with range paging access mode this concept just can't work as each client could have its own active range.

Actually, this is not a common use-case to switch on Range Paging access mode for shared VOs. Usually, range paging is used for VOs returning a great number of records, and this is not common for shared VOs providing some common reference data.  But, anyway,  just be aware of this behavior.

That's it!


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We all must have used FacesMessage somewhere in ADF application, FacesMessage is used to show any notification like error, warning or confirmation
Here you can read more about FacesMessage

Previously I have posted about changing default icon of FacesMessage using ADF Skin now this post is about resizing FacesMessage dialog and changing it's look and feel


Default FacesMessage looks like this


As we can see that for a small text message it shows a big dialog box that looks weird so to control sizing of FacesMessage we need to override af:dialog CSS

Use this CSS to resize dialog box according to message text

-tr-default-content-widthThe root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-default-content-width" that provides the default contentWidth if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first". The default is 250 pixels.
-tr-default-content-heightThe root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-default-content-height" that provides the default contentHeight if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first". The default is 250 pixels.

af|dialog{
-tr-default-content-width : -1;
-tr-default-content-height : -1;
}

After applying skin it looks like this

It looks good , Now we can do some more changes in CSS

af|dialog {
-tr-default-content-width: -1;
-tr-default-content-height: -1;
background-color: Highlight;
border-color: #006262;
}
af|dialog::title {
color: #002e4e;
}

Output is

Now if you don't want that OK button on dialog then just add few more lined in CSS

af|dialog::footer-content af|button {
visibility: hidden;
}

Output is


So these are the selectors to change style of FacesMessage , Try and find some more and let us know :)
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