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It is advisable to use sequence number for each ADF BC Entity object and there need to be corresponding sequence number created for each database table in DB.


It is known as ‘Surrogate Key’ or ‘Primary Key’ of ADF BC.


There are various way of populating this key for ADF BC component and I am trying to give few of best practices.

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History columns in Oracle ADF is a very convenient builtin functionality which takes out a little bit pain out of the developers to maintain the who columns.It is very simple to implement and have to be done at the Entity Object level.Below are the list of History or WHO columns available in Oracle ADF.

 

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