Building Oracle ADF Applications with Maven Using Oracle Developer Cloud Service free tutorial

Posted: January 5, 2017 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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In this section, you will learn how to create and use a Team Server in JDeveloper to clone an Oracle Developer Cloud Service project Git repository. You will then add the sample ADF Application files to the cloned Git repository, commit, and push the updates to the project Git repository.

A Team Server is an extension in JDeveloper that you can use to manage your Oracle Developer Cloud Service projects from the IDE. Using the Team Server, you can clone the project repositories to your local computer, perform Git actions, manage project issues, and view status of project builds. The Oracle Developer Cloud Service Team Server extension is installed by default in JDeveloper.

Creating a Team Server in Oracle JDeveloper

1. Open JDeveloper.

2. From the Team menu, click Team Server, and then click Add Team Server.

3. In the New Team Server dialog, enter the following information:

o Name: Enter Developer Cloud Team Server

o Get the tutorial here.

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