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ADF Mobile | Monday, February 3, 2014

Setting-up ADF Mobile for Android using JDeveloper 11.1.2.4 with the latest ADF Mobile patch

By: Frank Nimphius | Senior Principal Product Manager

Installing the latest ADF Mobile patch for JDeveloper 11.1.2.4 prevented deployment of mobile applications with some weird error messages. I concluded that its probably my Android SDK that needed renewal. To go for a clean approach, I deleted my Android SDK and downloaded the latest and greatest from the Web. Since my last SDK installation, Google has changed the Android directory structure quite a bit. For those struggling, here is what I configured in the Android SDK and JDeveloper.

 First observation, to install the
gcm.jar file (Google Cloud Messaging) you have to check the "Obsolete" checkbox in the SDK
Manager.

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In the JDeveloper preferences, I provided the following entries

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Adroid SDK location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk

Android Platform Location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk\platforms\android-19

Android Build Tools Location

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<drive>:\android-home\sdk\build-tools\19.0.1  (I installed v. 19 of the SDK)

The "<drive>" in my case was D:\ on Windows (funny that on the Apple Mac, which I use for writing this blog the backslash is shift+alt+7)

Frank

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