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af:codeEditor - ADF Faces Component for Displaying XML, Groovy, JavaScript and Text

I'm not really sure how many of you have noticed af:codeEditor component that comes with ADF Faces. If you have note, see this demo:
This UI component  allows you to view or edit content or program code in  text, xml, javascript or groovy at run time. It has also support for adding content validations. See the sample in Oracle ADF Faces Components Demo source ( see codeEditorMessaging.jspx and ) which can be downloaded from here:


Surjit said…
It's CodeMirror (
but ADF has limited it to only 4 languages.

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