Friday, January 21, 2011

Working with Attribute level security in Oracle ADF


In this video we will see how to work with attribute level security in Oracle ADF.

I will create 2 groups in adf security called admin and basic and only users with group admin can change the salary of an employees table.

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Happy Jdeveloping,
Zeeshan Baig


  1. hi Baig
    I am beginner adf.
    How to make form based authentication?
    help me post example video.

  2. A simple way is to select form based authentication in security wizard. ADF will automatically generates html forms for authentication when the page is security enabled ADF will display those pages automatically.

    Hope it helps

    Give it a try.

  3. i think the users is static ...or if i need to create page represent the adding of the users and the roles that in developing ?

  4. hi Tokando,
    In real life users usually comes from LDAP or Active directory or you can use database tables for users as well. These settings required in weblogic server security google it you will find many examples.

    On the other hand weblogic server provides APIs to create users and groups as well. have a look on documentation in API section

    Hope it helps

  5. hi, need a favor..
    please tell me how multilevel databases are stored. i have read in the literature that they are decomposed and then stored,moreover we have many techniques for decomposition nd recovery. but im really confused how they are ACTUALLY stored. cn u tell about ORACLE.

    please reply as soon as possible.