Create ADF popup for value change event(For select one choice component).

Add popup and add dialog to inside of the popup,then select popup and add value for binding attribute in mine
#{pageFlowScope.popupBean.myPop}.
private RichPopup myPop = new RichPopup();
public void selectOneChoiceEvent(ValueChangeEvent valueChangeEvent) {
RichPopup.PopupHints ph = new RichPopup.PopupHints();
myPop.show(ph);
}
public void setMyPop(RichPopup myPop) {
this.myPop = myPop;
}
public RichPopup getMyPop() {
return myPop;
}

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Oracle ADF : Get the selected value from SelectOneChoice not the Index;

        You can get selected attribute value using iterator for SelectOneChoice
       
        BindingContext bindingctx = BindingContext.getCurrent();
        BindingContainer bindings = null;
        bindings = bindingctx.getCurrentBindingsEntry();
        DCBindingContainer bindingsImpl = (DCBindingContainer) bindings;
        DCIteratorBinding dciter = null;
        dciter = bindingsImpl.findIteratorBinding("yourIterator");// your lookup iterator
        Object fieldVal = dciter.getViewObject().getCurrentRow().getAttribute("YourField");
        System.out.println(dciter.getViewObject().getCurrentRow().getAttribute(fieldVal));

1 comment:

  1. Also you can use following,

    DCIteratorBinding iter = ((DCBindingContainer)getBindings()).findIteratorBinding("YourIterator");
    Row r = iter.getRowAtRangeIndex((Integer)getSelectOneChoice().getValue());
    String value = (String)r.getAttribute("AttributeName");

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