When you finish creating the edit page, the page in the visual editor should look similar to this:
Note: From the Refresh dropdown menu on the visual editor toolbar, choose Refresh Page to redraw the page, if necessary.
The Structure window shows the hierarchy of the components in the page:
In the Application Navigator, mvc project:
.jspxpages you have created.
In the visual editor window, select the Bindings tab to see the data and action bindings used by the page:
The page definition file (for example,
ed-oPageDef.xml) defines the binding objects that populate the data in UI components, providing the interaction between the UI components on the page in the
mvc (view) project and the business service components in the
For every page that has ADF bindings, there must be a corresponding page definition file that defines the binding objects used by that page. Page definition files provide design time access to all the ADF bindings. At runtime, the binding objects defined by a page definition file are instantiated in a binding container, which is the runtime instance of the page definition file.
The data binding control file,
DataBindings.cpx, maps individual pages to page definition files and declares which data controls are being used by the application. At runtime, only the data controls listed in the
DataBindings.cpx file are available to the current application.
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