Developer Cloud Service – Automating Builds for Oracle ADF Applications by Shay Shmeltzer

Posted: September 1, 2015 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image002Following up on the previous blog that showed how to get your ADF application into the Developer Cloud Service git repository, this entry will show you the next step in the lifecycle – executing builds.

The Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) supports build automation with both Maven and Ant scripts – and in this demo I’m showing you how to use the Ant option. One of the unique aspects of DevCS for customers who are  using Oracle ADF and JDeveloper is that the cloud comes pre-configured with the ADF libraries needed to compile your code, and also with support for OJDeploy so you can leverage deployment profiles that you defined for your application.

In fact DevCS comes with support for two ADF versions – 11.1.1.7.1 and 12.1.3 (as of the time of this blog).

In the video below you’ll see

  • How to add a build file for your ADF application
  • How to  configure the build file to work in the cloud environment
  • How to define a build job and execute it
  • How to look at the log files for the build job
  • How to automate the build execution to happen when changes are committed to the git repository Read the complete article here.

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  1. Kumaran Raviprakash says:

    Will there be support for 11.1.1.9 version of ADF on Dev CS,JCS-SX as of now

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