Fasten your seat belts: Flying the Oracle Development Cloud Service (3 – Take Off – ROTATE) by Timo Hahn

Posted: December 9, 2015 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image001The last part of the series 3 – Take Off – V1 we finished when we could build hte application using ANT on the local machine. In this part we are going to try this on the Oracle Developer Cloud. Finally we should see how Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery works in the cloud.

NOTE
I created a fresh set of ANT build scripts named ‘buildlocal.xml’ and ‘buildlocal.properties’ from the project to demonstrate the process. The original ones name ‘build.xml’ and ‘build.properties’ are the final result which I didn’t want to revert. So when you create the ANT scripts yourself you can user the default names ‘build.xml’ and ‘build.properties’. When I talk about build files I now mean the ones named ‘buildlocal.*’.

Demo Build Files

For the same reason we create a new build job in the cloud names ADFTestBuild to show the steps to take. The final build job is named ADFCommunuityFrkExt. Read the complete article here.

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