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Enabling Synchronization of the ADF Mobile Client Tutorial

April 25th, 2011 · 3 Comments

Oracle has posted a quick howto on Enabling Synchronization of the ADF Mobile Client.

http://blogs.oracle.com/mobile/adf-mobile-client/#026377

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  • 1 Arron wrote on Jun 14, 2012 at 9:07 am

    Hi I have few question on ADF mobile app dev

    Im in need to develop ADF mobile offline storage with berkeley db.
    1) which version of Jdeveloper to user

    2) Is it possible to access the mobile browser application if there is not connectivity

    3) If i have to develop ADF mobile client application , I couldn’t find ADF mobile client any where in internet.

    Please help


  • 2 rekounas wrote on Jun 15, 2012 at 3:41 am

    I am not sure if they (Oracle) are still working on ADF Mobile Client or not. The framework only worked on Blackberry and Windows Mobile, and I would think that with such a low market share, the business case to keep those going is pretty weak.

    You can always do native app development and there is a sync api deployed for Android, BB, and Windows mobile. I am not sure of iPhone.

    So, the simple answer to mobile browser in non-connected mode is “no”. There may be some tricks with HTML5 that you could incorporate, but I just don’t know how you would get that to work with the sync API.

    Hope this helps.


  • 3 Arron wrote on Jun 15, 2012 at 4:26 am

    Hey rek,

    Sorry to ask you again.. Is it possible to save the web page in mobile when you access it first with connectivity and save the page in the mobile cache memory and try to access that page offline.
    Does it make sense.

    Also to create native ADF mobile application, I couldn’t find the mobile client extension in any of the jdeveloper updates. Can you help me with the extension.


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