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  • April 7, 2016

Building SOA 12c Projects that Include Java Code with Maven by Adam Desjardin

Juergen Kress
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clip_image002While testing the Maven build scripts I shared in my previous post, I found a few issues while building more complex composite projects.  Both of the issues I found were related to included Java code in the project. One of which has a work around while the other does not.

The first issue was with using the Java Embedding activity in a BPEL process.  This results in a Java class being generated for the BPEL process, which then was failing to compile.

The second issue was with custom Java classes in the SOA composite project which were then used in a Spring component.  These classes were not being compiled, causing an exception at run time when the spring bean was invoked.

BPEL and Java Embedding

Inside that activity I put a simple System.out.prinln as shown: Read the complete article here.

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