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Deploying SOA Composites from Oracle JDeveloper to Oracle SOA in WebLogic Kubernetes Operator Environment by Ravi Pinto

Juergen Kress
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Inputs provided by Ashageeta Rao and Vivek Raj

This post provides steps to deploy Oracle SOA composites/applications from Oracle JDeveloper (that runs outside the Kubernetes network) to the SOA instance in WebLogic Kubernetes Operator Environment.


Note: Replace entries inside <xxxx> specific to your environment

  1. Get the Kubernetes Cluster Master Address and verify the T3 port which will be used for creating application server connections. You can use below kubectl command to get the T3 port:

kubectl get service <domainUID>-<AdministrationServerName>-external -n  <namespace>-o jsonpath='{.spec.ports[0].nodePort}'

  1. JDeveloper need to access Managed Server during deployment. In WebLogic operator Environment each Managed Servers are pods and cannot be accessed directly by JDeveloper. Hence we need to configure the Managed Server's reachability:
    1. Decide on external IP address to be used to configure access of Managed Server ( soa cluster). Master or worker node IP address can be used to configure Managed Server accessibility. In case you decide to use some other external IP address, that need to be accessible from Kubernetes Cluster. Here we will be using Kubernetes Cluster Master IP.
    2. Get the pod names of Administration and Managed Servers (i.e. "<domainUID>-<server name>") which will be used to map in /etc/hosts. Read the complete article here.

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