CI using Oracle Fusion Middleware 12C: Part 2. Building a SB and SOA project using maven and the MDS by Hugo Hendriks
By Juergenkress-Oracle on Jul 20, 2015
In the part 1 I have shown how to setup a simple CI environment and how to build a Service Bus project using Maven. In this part I will try to make a release pipeline which builds, deploys, tests, packages and release a whole service using Jenkins and if all successful and finally install the artifact in Nexus.
Lets start where we left of. Startup Tomcat and log into Jenkins. We need some sort of plugin to be able to run multiple actions in a sequence. Jenkins has alot of plugins but the one which I am going to use is the MultiJob one. Go to Manage Jenkins->Manage plugins, choose the available tab, check the Multijob plugin and click Install without restart.
The multi-job plugin can chain jobs together and share variables and artifact between jobs. You can make very intricate jobs but for now I will keep it simple. I will make 1 job that will:
- Build the service bus component which also refers to a SharedObjects project and deploy it to my server
- Build the soa component which also refers to the MDS and deploy it to my server
- Run the matching soap ui test
- If succesfull, install the artifact to nexus
have created a simple HelloService which first goes to the SB and then
routes to a SOA component. The SB component makes use of a SharedObjects
SB project which holds the WSDL and XSD. This project is setup so you
don’t have to sync between this project and the MDS. This because the SB
isn’t able yet to access the MDS. The SOA component does nothing else
the return a string response. So the setup will look like this: Read the complete article here.
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