Tuesday May 03, 2016

JDeveloper 12c becomes slow while editing BPM Process by Tiago Teixeira

There is a known issue with JDeveloper 12c while working on a BPM Process where JDeveloper becomes very slow while editing the process.
A simple drag and drop of an activity or a data association becomes a real pain and it seems as if JDeveloper is constantly working on the background.
To improve this I have two suggestions. The first one will not solve the issue but will help. The second will take away all your frustration!

    1. Remove the auto-build on save action
      1. Go to Tools → Preferences
      2. Search for save actions
      3. Remove the Build Project after Save from the list
    2. Apply patch # 18964763 to your JDeveloper 
      1. Download patch # 18964763 from My Oracle Support
      2. Follow the installation instructions to install the patch with OPatch

Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Dec 24, 2015

Create a SOA Application in JDeveloper 12c Using Maven SOA Plug-In by Daniel Rodriguez

clip_image002Maven is a commonly used build system for java projects. It provide benefits ranging from standardizing project layouts, to automated dependency fetching, to automated builds and Maven.  Oracle provides a pretty comprehensive document outlining how to build and create Oracle SOA and BPM projects using Maven. See this article that documents some simple steps to get up and running using Maven. However, when running my first Maven project I encountered some unexpected errors. Maven could not find any SOA archetypes and was also unable to load every dependency. As I found, being able to create, build, and deploy SOA and BPM projects using Maven requires some initial pre-work. Once the set-up is done, the Oracle doc mentioned above will make more sense and will execute successfully.

Why Maven in SOA Applications?

Unlike Ant, Maven does not require developers to specify every command to achieve a goal. Moreover, Maven’s structure in the form of a POM file allows dependencies to be managed easily. However, the biggest benefit is that Maven in JDeveloper provides complete a life-cycle process. Each goal incorporates the previous one and adds functionality. For example, if we run the mvn test command, it will execute the compile, package and deploy commands before running each test on the composite. The idea is to provide a foundation for continuous development and integration. A single command can compile, package, deploy and run all test cases: saving you time.

Gradle provides much of the same functionality of Maven but on a different format. It is implemented using Groovy and, as a result, some of its scripts are much shorter than Maven’s. Unfortunately, Gradle is not native to JDeveloper at this moment.

Maven Goals

Documentation lists five goals for the SOA Maven Plug-in. However, The plug-in itself lists six goals.

  1. compile: Compiles the Application
  2. package: Creates a SAR file of the composite
  3. deploy: Deploys the SOA composite
  4. test: Runs all test created for the SOA composite
  5. undeploy: Removes the composite
  6. help: Provides a list of goals and their corresponding commands.

The help goal is the only goal not listed in the actual Oracle document but displayed on the plug-in itself. While the “help” command may not be a “Goal”, It provides useful information regarding goals, commands, and what each command tries to achieve. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Feb 27, 2015

BPM & SOA Application missing in JDeveloper 12c gallery by Martien van den Akker

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A few weeks ago I did a BPM12c Quickstart Installation under Oracle Linux 6. Everything went smoothly, as described in the install guide as well as on many blogs already.
But I found that most of those blogs did an installation under Windows, where I did it under Oracle Linux in Virtualbox.
You would think (as I did) that it shouldn't matter. However, it turns out that in JDeveloper I was missing the 'BPM Application' amongst others in the JDeveloper New Gallery. Very inconvenient. I couldn't find any hints on the big internet. My friend Google wasn't very helpful in this.
But I wouldn't write this blog if I did not solve it. It turns out that with an update I got it solved.
It turns out that I lacked the 'Spring & Oracle Weblogic SCA' extension. Using the Help->Update functionality I downloaded and installed that and after restarting JDeveloper my 'New Gallery' was properly filled.
For those not so familiar with the JDeveloper update mechanism, here a step by step guide:

Choose Help->Update: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday May 11, 2011

New version SOA Suite 11g R1 (11.1.1.5.0) JDeveloper 11.1.1.5.0 WebLogic Server 10.3.5 and Enterprise Gateweay


We just launched a new product Enterprise Gateway and new versions of SOA Suite (11.1.1.5.0) & JDeveloper 11.1.1.5.0 (PS4) & WebLogic Server 10.3.5 & Fusion Middleware 10.3.5 and for the Java Community java.net is online! Check out the popular VM Templates for Middleware! First feedback from the Community:

Oracle WebLogicOracleWebLogic Oracle WebLogic

WebLogic Server 10.3.5 is in the process of rolling out to OTN. Contains primarily fixes. My Oracle Support note: http://bit.ly/jkM1WY

Edwin Biemondbiemond Edwin Biemond

The WebLogic ps4 10.3.5 download links win32 download.oracle.com/otn/nt/middlew… and generic download.oracle.com/otn/nt/middlew…

Adam BienAdamBien Adam Bien

java.net 2.0 ...Rocks!: java.net is the old, but nice URL, with the great kenai.com infrastructure behind. I cre... http://bit.ly/k9wHje

Marc


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