The file that defines the value for the control hints you set depends on the specific business service used for the project. In the case of beans-based business services, (including JavaBeans, Enterprise JavaBeans, and Oracle TopLink), by default JDeveloper generates a standard
.properties file for the project and saves the control hint definitions as translatable strings.
Notice in the Application Navigator that the file
DataControlBundle.properties has been added to the
oracle package in the
The project-level resource bundle option JDeveloper uses to save control hints is determined by the Resource Bundle page of the Project Properties dialog. By default JDeveloper sets the Resource Bundle Type option to Properties Bundle, which produces a
The first time you customize a control hint in the project, JDeveloper creates the
DataControlBundle.properties file. The
DataControlBundle.properties file contains translatable key strings for the control hint definitions you added. For example, if you open
DataControlBundle.properties in the source editor, you should see the following code that identifies the translatable string:
# FreightCost.calculateFreightCost.params.arg0.batchId_LABEL=Order Number
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