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Oracle Jet Support in Oracle Utilities Application Framework (Doc ID 2888937.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2022

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This article applies to the Oracle Jet Support for Oracle Utilities Application Framework


Oracle Utilities Application Framework includes the Oracle Jet libraries as part of the user experience. These libraries are maintained by Oracle and are provided as part of the regular release cycles for both Oracle Utilities Application Framework and Oracle Jet in line with Oracle policies.

Part of Oracle Jet are used by the rendering engine provided by Oracle Utilities Application Framework, and it is possible to reference Oracle Jet components directly using the Oracle Jet Helper provided for UI Maps. The latter allows partners to utilize Oracle Jet directly when UI Hints do not support newer components.

To ensure compliance Oracle Utilities Application Framework is updated to the latest versions of the Oracle Jet libraries as part of the release cycle.

The following releases have included updates to the Oracle Jet Libraries:

The use of ojModule and ModuleBinding has been removed from Oracle Jet 9.0 and above as outlined in the release notes. Extensions using this capability should use alternatives as outlined in the Oracle Jet release notes.

Partners and customers using direct Oracle Jet calls should refer to the release notes of the version of Oracle Jet shipped with the version of the product used to ensure compliance of extensions using Oracle Jet directly.

The version of Oracle Jet is contained in the $SPLEBASE/splapp/applications/root/ojet/ Links to documentation and relevant information is contained in this file.


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