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Tag Archives: Continuous Integration
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
This post is part of a series on SOA Development and Delivery. In this post I will present a roadmap and a target state for SOA Development and Delivery. This will serve as the basis for an extended open ‘proof … Continue reading
As we start to assemble the tools we need to implement Continuous Delivery, one area we need to look at is selecting a testing framework. Now, we are going to want to use a range of different testing tools, depending … Continue reading
Oracle has just released version 12.1.2 of the Fusion Middleware platform. This release includes some new support for build automation with Maven and for continuous integration. In this post I want to give you a quick tour of what is … Continue reading
This article is part of a series on SOA Development and Delivery. Let’s get started on our SOA Development and Delivery journey by talking about version control. But before we delve right in, let’s take a moment to reflect on … Continue reading
Let’s start by talking about what I mean by that. I don’t think that ‘SDLC’ is the right term to describe the space that I want to talk about, but it is a term that people are familiar with, so … Continue reading
Following on from my recent post on automation of creation of JDBC resources, I am happy to report I now have a script which can be used for JMS Queues! Again, this is not as wonderful as I would like … Continue reading