It’s been a while since the last installment of ADF BC Tuning, but it’s time to start it up again. I’ve already posted tips for tuning entity objects, associations, view objects (in three parts), and view links, so now, let’s turn our attention to the last of the major business components: application modules.
This is the second part of a two-part series about undocumented tricks with shared application module instances. Last week, I talked about calling methods (at the application module, view object, or view row level) from shared application module instances. This week, I’m going to talk about displaying data (in a non-LOV context) out of them. If you want a general overview of what shared application module instances are and why I think using them is a good idea (particularly at the application scope), look here.