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WebLogic Workshop's NetUI and Page Flow

FYI...

April Denver BEA User's Group Meeting

Tuesday April 6th 6:00pm
Tattered Cover Down Town
1628 16th Street
Denver, CO, 80202

This months meeting will focus on WebLogic Workshop's NetUI and Page Flow technology that is built on top of Struts. We have a special treat in that Eddie O'Neal who is the BEA Engineering technical lead on NetUI and Page Flow is comming to talk with us. The primary discussion will focus on Weblogic Workshop and NetUI technology which is built on top of Struts 1.1. We will look a how these two relate and talk about the additional features NetUI provides on top of Struts like the additions to the programming model and the richer data binding. We will also look at a Struts variation of the petstore application that was migrated to a Page Flow.

AGENDA

5:30 - 6:00 Registration, Networking, Refreshments
6:00 - 7:00 WebLogic Workshop NetUI and Page Flow - Edie O'Neal
7:00 - 8:00 Field Secrets the next installation - John Funk
8:00 - 9:00 Further discussion at the Wynkoop Brewery and Raffles

Technology followed by beer is always a good thing!

Posted in Java at Apr 04 2004, 11:39:02 AM MDT 8 Comments
Comments:

I've been using Workshop and the NetUI framework for almost a month now and must say I've been pretty impressed with how easy it's been for rapid development. The concept of 'page flows' is pretty slick (as it's obviously built on top of struts) and basically gives you a whole new scope (other than request, session, etc). If the IDE was a little better these guys may actually have a product, although in my readings of JSF they seem to be almost identical. I wonder if Workshop will survive after JSF becomes mainstream. Obviously the other issue is that JPF's (java page flows) are bea proprietary file formats and will only work on weblogic.

Posted by Michael Zucker on April 05, 2004 at 02:15 PM MDT #

Ironic that you should mention the propreitary issue -- that's one of the things that we can talk about tonight. It is possible to run JPFs on Tomcat (and other Servlet 2.3 containers) using the Page Flow Portability Kit available here: http://dev2dev.bea.com/products/wlworkshop81/technicalguides/pgflow_portability.jsp It's a binary kit with an XDoclet compiler that supports almost all of the features available on the Workshop version of Page Flows.

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Posted by Lauren Koch on June 18, 2004 at 02:35 PM MDT #

Also, take a look at Apache Beehive (http://dev2dev.bea.com/devcenters/beehive.csp). Beehive includes PageFlow functionality, is open source, and has a beta.

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