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Martijn Wassenberg
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Hi,

At this moment we wanna start migrating an ADF/UIX application. Can somebody give advice which is the best template for the new application. I'm thinking about facelets or about the template within oracle ADF/FACES?

An other question I'm wondering. Is it still wise to use ADF as business layer, or is it wise to use EJB's?
 
Oleg Tikhonov
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Hello,
My favorite is ICEFaces, good choice also could be RichFaces (JBoss) or MyFaces(Apache). All these "templates" work with backing beans, but you can use your own ADF BL or EJBs it's up to you how to bound.
 
Martijn Wassenberg
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Thanks Oleg,

But are there template to be defined within ice faces like it's possible in ADF Faces?
 
Oleg Tikhonov
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It looks like that


and




For more information and samples refer to facelets
and wiki

Oleg.
 
Drazen Grabovac
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Hi,
Templates cannot be defined with IceFaces or RichFaces, you should use Facelets for that purpose.
I have used RichFaces, JSF RI 1.2 and Facelets, and I have manly positive experiences with those frameworks.

Hope this helps,
Drazen.
 
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