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Securing ADF Business Components

Recently I came across some questions on securing entity object, view objects and business methods. The following free chapter from my book ( Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide )discusses some possibilities. Take a look -

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I came across some questions on securing entity eco friendly carrier bags object, view objects and business methods. The following free chapter from my book ( Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide )discusses some possibilities. Take a look -
James Parker said…
Awesome! I first saw this at the ACE briefing at Open World 2011, and have been waiting very impatiently for it to be released. Glad to see it finally happen! To see more info please visit http://essayswriters.org/academic-writing/.
albina N muro said…
That's a pretty big question. A recent blog post by Nate Beran ("Who are we to decide?") and subsequent Google+ discussion got me thinking about that. Nate nails the point about IT being a poor business enabler. business

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