In this chapter, you learned that
Workshop supports the creation of several application types, including Web applications, Schema, portals, and business processes.
The WebLogic Workshop programming model is the underlying basis for all Workshop applications. Its constituent parts (Page Flow, controls, and so on) are based on Struts and the MVC pattern and are used to model application functionality.
Applications and projects are the heart of WebLogic Workshop development. Projects are used to contain Page Flows, controls, and other components of an application and map directly to EAR format on disk.
One of the most common types of controls is the rowset control, which can be used to add data, query for data, traverse rows of data, and delete data.