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Using ADF Task Flow Components


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Using ADF Task Flow Components

ADF task flow components are divided into three categories in the Component Palette. You can access them by expanding the corresponding categories:

1. Source Elements (you would not normally use most of these, because it is easier to create them by dragging component elements or by setting properties):

ADF Task Flow

bookmark: Identifies a view activity as bookmarkable, so that a user can create a bookmark for it, saving the URL for the page as a bookmark

control-flow-case: Defines a possible control flow originating from the view

control-flow-rule: Identifies how control passes from one activity to the next

data-control-scope: Enables sharing data control instances between task flows

default-activity: The starting activity of a bounded task flow

description: Provides a long description of the task flow that is displayed during design time

display-name: Provides a short description of the task flow that is displayed during design time

exception-handler: Identifies the activity as the exception handler for the task flow

finalizer: Specifies code to be invoked when exiting a bounded task flow through a return activity or an exception