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How to notify the user of uncommited changes in Oracle ADF page

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There is a huge form user has filled up and suddenly by mistake she clicked on another button in the page  which took her to another page.All her changes are gone..This will be a typical scenario which could have been handled in the development stage, if the team knows the best practices around the web page development.Now you know the use case and lets see how we can implement the solution in Oracle ADF.

 

It is pretty simple in ADF to handle these scenario.We need to set just one property at the page level and rest everything handled by the framework itself.You should enable this for all the pages where there is an Edit or Create happens.

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