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CI, DevOps, and ALM for Oracle SOA Suite With Oracle Developer Cloud Service

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CI, DevOps, and ALM for Oracle SOA Suite With Oracle Developer Cloud Service

See how Oracle's Developer Cloud Service allows you to incorporate DevOps and automation into your architecture.

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We have a lot of developers who are using JDeveloper to develop applications with Oracle SOA Suite, and in this blog, I wanted to show them how the combination of JDeveloper along with Oracle Developer Cloud Service can help automate their whole development and delivery lifecycle.

One unique aspect of Developer Cloud Service is that it has an instance of JDeveloper available in the build environment. This allows customers who are building Oracle SOA artifacts to leverage the OJDeploy mechanism to package their applications as part of a continuous integration cycle just like they do during development time.

With the improved DevCS integration that we added in JDeveloper 12.2.1, developers can go beyond integration with the Git server offered by DevCS and can now interact with the DevCS task tracking system directly as well as associate code changes to specific tasks they are working on.  

In this 10-minute video I show:

  • Creating Ant based builds for Oracle SOA artifacts.
  • Automating Continuous Integration build and packaging for Oracle SOA from Developer Cloud Service.
  • Managing SOA project code with Git and Developer Cloud Service.
  • Tracking tasks from JDeveloper and monitor agile development in Developer Cloud Service.


By the way, for those who rather use Maven to automate their builds — this is totally possible and supported in DevCS as well. There is a set of videos that show you how to do that here

(If you haven't seen how quick and easy it is to create a DevCS project, create a git repo, track tasks and create agile team boards, see this video and this one too).

Note that developers get access to Developer Cloud Service with every subscription to the Oracle SOA Cloud Service. 

Here are the two ant files used in the video:

Note that in the build.properties you'll want to change the application and project names to match the ones you are working on.

As you see in the video the build.xml is generated for you automatically and you just need to add the line: <propertyenvironment="env"/>

build.properties

oracle.commons=../../../../oracle_common/
oracle.commons=../../../../oracle_common/
install.dir=../../../..
oracle.home=${env.ORACLE_HOME_SOA_12_2_1}
oracle.jdeveloper.workspace.path=${env.WORKSPACE}/e2e-1201-composites.jws
middleware.home=${env.MIDDLEWARE_HOME_SOA_12_2_1}
workspace=${env.WORKSPACE}
oracle.jdeveloper.ant.library=${env.ORACLE_HOME_SOA_12_2_1}/jdev/lib/ant-jdeveloper.jar
oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.dir=${env.WORKSPACE}/ProcessOrder/deploy
oracle.jdeveloper.ojdeploy.path=${oracle.home}/jdev/bin/ojdeploy
javac.nowarn=off
oracle.jdeveloper.project.name=ProcessOrder
oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.outputfile=${env.WORKSPACE}/e2e-1201-composites/ProcessOrder/deploy/${profile.name}
output.dir=classes
javac.deprecation=off
oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.profile.name=*
javac.debug=on


build.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<!--Ant buildfile generated by Oracle JDeveloper-->
<!--Generated Jul 25, 2016 5:11:09 PM-->
<project xmlns="antlib:org.apache.tools.ant" name="ProcessOrder" default="all" basedir=".">
   <property environment="env" /> 
   <property file="build.properties"/>
       <path id="library.SOA.Designtime">
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/plugins/jdeveloper/extensions/oracle.sca.modeler.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="library.SOA.Runtime">
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.fabric_11.1.1/fabric-runtime.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.fabric_11.1.1/tracking-api.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.fabric_11.1.1/tracking-core.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.fabric_11.1.1/edn.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.mgmt_11.1.1/soa-infra-mgmt.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/com.oracle.webservices.fabric-common-api.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="library.BPEL.Runtime">
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.bpel_11.1.1/orabpel.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="library.Mediator.Runtime">
           <pathelement location="${install.dir}/soa/soa/modules/oracle.soa.mediator_11.1.1/mediator_client.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="library.MDS.Runtime">
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/oracle.mds/mdsrt.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="library.BC4J.Service.Runtime">
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/oracle.adf.model/adfbcsvc.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/oracle.adf.model/adfbcsvc-share.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/commonj.sdo.backward.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/commonj.sdo.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/oracle.toplink/eclipselink.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/com.oracle.webservices.fmw.wsclient-impl.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/com.oracle.webservices.fmw.jrf-ws-api.jar"/>
           <pathelement location="${oracle.commons}/modules/com.oracle.webservices.fmw.web-common-schemas-impl.jar"/>
       </path>
       <path id="classpath">
           <path refid="library.SOA.Designtime"/>
           <path refid="library.SOA.Runtime"/>
           <path refid="library.BPEL.Runtime"/>
           <path refid="library.Mediator.Runtime"/>
           <path refid="library.MDS.Runtime"/>
           <path refid="library.BC4J.Service.Runtime"/>
       </path>
       <target name="init">
           <tstamp/>
           <mkdir dir="${output.dir}"/>
       </target>
       <target name="all" description="Build the project" depends="deploy,compile,copy"/>
       <target name="clean" description="Clean the project">
           <delete includeemptydirs="true" quiet="true">
               <fileset dir="${output.dir}" includes="**/*"/>
           </delete>
      </target>
      <target name="deploy" description="Deploy JDeveloper profiles" depends="init">
          <taskdef name="ojdeploy" classname="oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.ant.OJDeployAntTask" uri="oraclelib:OJDeployAntTask"
              classpath="${oracle.jdeveloper.ant.library}"/>
          <ora:ojdeploy xmlns:ora="oraclelib:OJDeployAntTask" executable="${oracle.jdeveloper.ojdeploy.path}"
              ora:buildscript="${oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.dir}/ojdeploy-build.xml"
              ora:statuslog="${oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.dir}/ojdeploy-statuslog.xml">
              <ora:deploy>
                  <ora:parameter name="workspace" value="${oracle.jdeveloper.workspace.path}"/>
                  <ora:parameter name="project" value="${oracle.jdeveloper.project.name}"/>
                  <ora:parameter name="profile" value="${oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.profile.name}"/>
                  <ora:parameter name="nocompile" value="false"/>
                  <ora:parameter name="outputfile" value="${oracle.jdeveloper.deploy.outputfile}"/>
              </ora:deploy>
          </ora:ojdeploy>
      </target>
      <target name="compile" description="Compile Java source files" depends="init">
          <javac destdir="${output.dir}" classpathref="classpath" debug="${javac.debug}" nowarn="${javac.nowarn}"
              deprecation="${javac.deprecation}" encoding="UTF8" source="1.8" target="1.8">
              <src path="SOA/SCA-INF/src"/>
          </javac>
      </target>
      <target name="copy" description="Copy files to output directory" depends="init">
          <patternset id="copy.patterns">
              <include name="**/*.GIF"/>
              <include name="**/*.JPEG"/>
              <include name="**/*.JPG"/>
              <include name="**/*.PNG"/>
              <include name="**/*.cpx"/>
              <include name="**/*.dcx"/>
              <include name="**/*.ejx"/>
              <include name="**/*.gif"/>
              <include name="**/*.ini"/>
              <include name="**/*.jpeg"/>
              <include name="**/*.jpg"/>
              <include name="**/*.png"/>
              <include name="**/*.properties"/>
              <include name="**/*.sva"/>
              <include name="**/*.tag"/>
              <include name="**/*.tld"/>
              <include name="**/*.wsdl"/>
              <include name="**/*.xcfg"/>
              <include name="**/*.xlf"/>
              <include name="**/*.xml"/>
              <include name="**/*.xsd"/>
              <include name="**/*.xsl"/>
              <include name="**/*.exm"/>
              <include name="**/*.xml"/>
              <exclude name="build.xml"/>
        </patternset>
        <copy todir="${output.dir}">
            <fileset dir="SOA/SCA-INF/src">
                <patternset refid="copy.patterns"/>
            </fileset>
            <fileset dir=".">
                <patternset refid="copy.patterns"/>
            </fileset>
        </copy>
    </target>
</project>

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