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Creating ADF Task Forms > How it works...

How it works...

How it works... In this section, you will learn to create Task Forms. I. Create task display forms based on Human Tasks Open JDeveloper in the default role.Open the application containing the SalesToContractDemo project.Create a new project by clicking New Project. Go to All technologies | General | Projects and select Generic Project.Click OK.Enter EnterQuoteDetailsUI as the name of the project and click Finish.You will find that a project is created in the application navigator in the same application in which the SalesToContractDemo project is located.When you have completed the preceding steps, click Save.Right-click on the new, empty project, EnterQuoteDetailsUI, and select New.In the New Gallery dialog, go to All Technologies | Web tier | JSF and select ADF Task Flow Based on Human Task, within Items.Click OK. In the SOA Resource Browser dialog, find the EnterQuoteDetails.task file. This is the task metadata where you have defined the Enter Quote Human Task.Click OK. Place a check next to Create as Bounded Task Flow, in the Create Task Flow dialog.The Task Flow dialog provides a modular approach for defining control flow in an application. Let the other entries remain default and click OK. Note Bounded task flow is a specialized form of task flow that has a single entry point and zero or more exit points. It contains its own set of private control flow rules, activities, and managed beans. An ADF bounded task flow allows reuse, parameters, transaction management, and reentry. You can find the taskdetails1_jspx icon in the designer. When you have finished following the preceding steps, click Save.

  

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