In 11g Fault Policies were added so that you could easy intervene when a (SOAP/BPEL) fault was thrown. But you could only create them in source mode, there was no graphical editor. With the release of SOA Suite 12c a new visual editor for creating Fault Policies is added to JDeveloper. With the Fault Policy Editor you can now Design and Edit Fault Policies. Besides the already existed functionality a lot of new features are (more...)
Each year at the annual Oracle ACE Director briefing, I look around at the laptops my fellow ACE Directors are carrying. More and more of them are MacBooks – I think we were up to around 50% last year.
That makes it all the more puzzling that the installation guide for the latest version of Oracle JDeveloper (12.1.3) does not mention OS X installs at all. The 12.1.2 version had sections (more...)
This article describes how a JDeveloper application can be published to a GitHub repository – through an intermediary local repository – using the Team (Versioning) support in JDeveloper 12.1.3.
Set the name to blog_repository and click on the button Create repository.
Copy the remote URL to the clipboard.
Create directory and initialize [local]Git repository in /blog_repository (note: this example is created on Linux; the system had Git already set (more...)
This was promising, so I give it a short try for Oracle ADF applications. For this blog I use the Summit ADF application, delivered by Oracle, but I have tried with our own application too. Test is done in JDeveloper 12.1.2.
After the download there are some easy steps (more...)
However, once disabled, you will not get this popup anymore to re-enable the Auto Map option. You need to do this through the Tools -> Preferences menu in JDeveloper. On the bottom of (more...)
I have presented today on DOAG Development 2014 in Dusseldorf. For all non DOAG members – you can find the german presentation on slideshare too.
Filed under: Quality Assurances Tagged: 11g, 12c, acceptance test, ADF, Checkstyle, code coverage, commit test, Continous Integration, FindBugs, gui test, JaCoCo, JDeveloper, Jenkins, JUnit, Mockito, PMD, Powermock, Static Code Analysis, unit test
If you speak german and you are interested in quality assurance for your ADF projects you should come and attend my presentation at DOAG Development on 06/04/2014 in Dusseldorf.
I will show you, how you can implement in the JDeveloper IDE and in Continous Integration server Jenkins:
- static code analysis with PMD, FindBugs and Checkstyle
- Commit tests with JUnit, Mockito and Powermock for Mockito
- Code coverage for commit tests with JaCoCo
- Acceptance tests with JUnit (more...)
Off course we wanted the ability to easily develop, test, debug and run the extension, but we also want to share the java code to introduce reusability.
We accomplished this, by creating a separated ‘coresrc’ folder and (more...)
Remember that you can define a custom profile in the Audit tab under preferences to unselect certain rules, but off course it is better to look at the (more...)
In the mean time I have a new laptop, (more...)
The background: earlier this week my own laptop broke down. So I had to borrow a laptop, what fortunately I could borrow from one of the presenters (thanks Guido). The thing is, though, that it runs on Ubuntu 12, so I ran my VM in VirtualBox 4.3 on Ubunty. Now actually that (more...)
There is a command line start up parameter to start Google Chrome in incognito modus, a great feature in JDeveloper is that you can set these command line parameters.
If you navigate to (more...)
Today when trying different settings with Basic Authentication and SOA Suite, I wanted to from the embedded OWSM Policy Repository of JDeveloper to the one stored on the application server. In JDeveloper you can do that through preferences (Tools | Preferences). See this blog for more details.
Click on the App Server Connection option and choose an existing connection through the Connections drop-down or add a new one by clicking New.
If you are working with JDeveloper 12c (12.1.2), you will probably have experienced quite a few crashes – I had several during my the live demos in my presentations at the UKOUG Tech 2013 conference in Manchester this week.
A few things that help:
- Increase memory (google “JDeveloper (more...)