Apache OfBiz Cookbook by Ruth Hoffman

By Ruth Hoffman

Optimize your OFBiz event and keep hours of frustration with this timesaving selection of sensible recipes masking a variety of OFBiz themes. Get solutions to the main frequently asked OFBiz questions in an easy-to-digest reference sort of presentation. observe insights into OFBiz layout, implementation, and most sensible practices through exploring real-life recommendations. each one recipe during this Cookbook is crafted to explain not just "how" to complete a particular job, but in addition "why" the procedure works to make sure you get the main from your OFBiz implementation.

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The following are the OFBiz naming conventions: ff Use Java CamelCase when picking a name for your Java class file or your method. CamelCase names are names in which compound words, such as "My Application", are joined together without spaces to form "MyApplication". java". java". java" suffix. java". java" suffix. Java". These files should not contain OFBiz Events or Services. ff All OFBiz class files have packaging notation that maps to the directory hierarchy relative to the src directory in the containing Component.

Info Chapter 2 There's more... You can use the ModelService object to make your job easier when calling Services. For example, if you have many parameters to pass to a Service and they are already in a Java Map (perhaps they were passed in from another Service), instead of moving them one-by-one to the required Service input Map structure, you can use knowledge of the Service's model to do this all in one statement. runSync("myService1", persistMap); As OFBiz manages Service transaction needs, the calling program may pass transaction timeout indicators.

There's more... org/projects/ofbiz/site/javadocs/ Getting and validating request parameters (Services) The following Java code snippet demonstrates first retrieving two request parameters (param1 and param2) from the context Map passed to every OFBiz Service. Note that all request parameters start out life as strings of characters. The OFBiz Service engine will automatically convert request values to the appropriate type based on Service definition configuration. How to do it... get("param2); // You may use the UtilValidate methods to validate these.

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