Oracle JHeadstart 10g Release 10.1.2.0.x has been certified with the following products:
Other versions of these products may be compatible, but have not been tested.
Chapter 2 of the JHeadstart Developer's Guide explains how to get started with JDeveloper and how to create your own demo application. The JHeadstart Documentation Index has pointers to various other sources of information.
Here you can find a very short summary, for experienced JHeadstart/ADF users.
Create a new Application Workspace, using the template "Web Application [default]". This will create a Model project for your Business Components, and a ViewController project for Struts and JSP/UIX.
Create ADF Business Components in the Model project, using the JDeveloper wizards and editors.
Then JHeadstart-enable the ViewController project by right-clicking the project and choosing "Enable JHeadstart". After JHeadstart-enabling the ViewController project, you can right-mouse-click the project and choose "JHeadstart Application Structure Wizard". In this wizard, you can select any ADF Business Components application module from all model projects included in your workspace to base your web application on.
To generate a struts-config and pages using JHeadstart, right-click the Application Structure File and choose "Run JHeadstart Application Generator". Run the generated application by starting index.html (or by running the ViewController project).
See the Migration Guide for instructions on how to upgrade existing JHeadstart applications to this release of Oracle JHeadstart 10g for ADF.
See the Release Notes for all known bugs and issues with this release of Oracle JHeadstart 10g for ADF.