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Tag Archives: Maven
With the new Maven support in 12c, it is much simpler now to include our ADF projects in our SOA Application build. Continuing on from this earlier post, we will now add the ADF project. You can do this by … Continue reading
Maven includes a feature called SNAPSHOT which allows you to tell Maven that a particular artifact is a “work in progress”, not a finished version. This also acts as a hint to let Maven know that it should pick up … Continue reading
In this post, we will make our SOA Application slightly more interesting, and see what we need to do to build it with Maven. The logical next thing to add is a component that depends on MDS, so we can … Continue reading
In this post, let’s look at how we can run SCA test suites from Maven. To get started, we are going to need a test. Let’s set up our process to add two numbers. Go ahead and open the XML … Continue reading
In this post, let’s look at how to create a SOA/BPM application from a Maven archetype. This is fairly simple to do – we just need to use the standard Maven archetype:generate goal and identify the SOA archetype we want … Continue reading
SOA 12c (version 12.1.3) has shipped now and there has been a lot of tweeting and blogging about it already, from lots of different folks, which is great! In this post, I wanted to talk a bit about the new … Continue reading
A few months ago, while working on a BPM migration, I had the need to look at the status of human tasks, and to manipulate them – essentially to just have a single user take random actions on them at … Continue reading
When you start up a SOA managed server, there is a time interval when the managed server is up, but the SOA platform is not yet up. This is the time while SOA is loading all of the composites, and … Continue reading
The ‘new and improved’ WebLogic Maven Plugin in WebLogic Server 12.1.2 provides a bunch of additional capabilities above and beyond your straight compile/package/deploy operations. In this post I wanted to take you on a journey of some of these additional … Continue reading
As you start to work more with Maven, you will undoubtedly reach the point where you feel the need for a repository manager – something that manages all of your repositories of artifacts for you. You will likely have a … Continue reading