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From "Brian Smith" <>
Subject Re: Trinidad replaces ADF Faces?
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2006 18:26:59 GMT
I am a Netbeans user as well.  I really did not have any problems using ADF
Faces with Netbeans 5.5 Beta2 or RC1.  The big sticking point was including
the ADFShare jar in with it.  The ADF Docs say you don't need it, but i
could not build without it.

On 10/12/06, Causevic, Dzenan <> wrote:
> From my experience I think that's exactly the case. That was my
> conclusion. I first tried ADF Faces and I had problems to install it to work
> with NetBeans. Actually I discovered a serious bug that prevents ADF Faces
> v10 from installing with NetBeans v5.5 correctly. It took me a long time
> until I figured it out, 'cos I did not get any kind of technical support
> from their discussion list. Nobody knew anything why I was having difficulty
> installing it with NetBeans. That was very frustrating, so I dont blame if
> even Oracle people itself are switching to Trinidad.
> Basically my above mentioned problems resulted in me trying Trinidad as an
> alternative and once I got my hands on it I was quite happy to have found
> it. I personally dont see any reason to use ADF Faces over Trinidad.
> Trinidad is much, much better supported + it has a brigther future as a
> project I believe.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Smith []
> Sent: Thu 10/12/2006 1:08 PM
> To:
> Subject: Trinidad replaces ADF Faces?
> Will Trinidad replace the ADF Faces component set?  I have heard that
> Oracle
> is using Trinidad builds heavily internally.  Is the plan to desupport ADF
> Faces components once Trinidad makes it through incubation?  Is there
> plans
> to support Trinidad (visual designer and such) in an upcoming release of
> JDeveloper?  Thanks for any light shed.
> -Brian

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