Web Forms is one of the exciting new features of the recently released BPM 184.108.40.206. To really embrace the power of Web Forms, one must understand Forms Rules, which can give your forms dynamic behavior, such as showing a field or calculating a sum total. In this example, I'm going to show you how to use Form Rules to dynamically populate a dropdown (or list).
Step 1: Create the Web Form
on May 3, 2013
Here we enhance our Ruby web log so that readers can add comments. In the process we will learn how to deal with model relationships in Rails, as a single post can have zero or more comments.
Setting Things Up
I'm going to begin from where I left off in my previous post: Rails and Database Migrations. Alternatively, you can start from BlogDemo.zip, which is the completed project from that post...
on Apr 27, 2007
Web Development Tools
As a test, I re-created the HRSystem application as described in the tutorial Developing Rich Web Applications With Oracle ADF. It's more than your basic Hello World application. For starters, the HR system application accesses a database. It also takes advantage of some sophisticated ADF features, such as graphs, page flows, auto-suggest, menu options to export to Excel and display in...
on Jan 23, 2013