Automating Deployment of the Summit ADF Sample Application to the Oracle Java Cloud Service
on Jun 4, 2015
In an earlier post I wrote about Getting to Know the Developer Cloud Service. There wasn't an IDE used in that post and I'm a big fan of IDEs. So in this post we'll look at how Eclipse, in combination with the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, can be used to support the complete application lifecycle, from inception to production. In between we'll create bugs, create code branches, initiate code...
on May 22, 2015
Validating Oracle Java Cloud Service HA
One of my favorite applications from my Sun Java System Application Server days was the Cluster JSP Sample Application. In a cluster configuration fronted by a load balancer, this simple JSP provides a nice summary of which cluster node handled the request as well as the ability to test session failover. Therefore, why not try it on the Oracle Java Cloud...
on Jan 7, 2015
Oracle Developer Cloud Service is included as a free entitlement with Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Messaging Cloud Service. The Developer Cloud Service includes all the tools you need to support the team development lifecycle. There are popular open source tools such as Git, Maven and Hudson. There's also task management, code reviews and a wiki.
The easiest way to experience the Oracle...
on Oct 22, 2014
The Oracle Storage Cloud Service provides both REST and Java APIs for managing storage containers. As the REST APIs are OpenStack Swift compliant, you can also use third party tools such as the CloudBerry Explorer for OpenStack to manage your storage containers.
The values needed to add a new OpenStack Storage Account connection will be found in the REST Endpoint, which you can find on your...
on Dec 30, 2014
On January 2nd I received a New Year's gift, my "Welcome to Oracle Cloud" email. I had requested a 30-day free trial back on October 17, when the Oracle Cloud was first announced, and had basically forgotten all about it. If you haven't already, request a trial account for yourself:
The Oracle Cloud integrates very nicely with Eclipse, NetBeans and JDeveloper, where you can develop and...
on May 29, 2014
I'm expanding on an earlier post where I explained how to deploy JAX-RS Web Services to the Oracle Cloud. In that entry the web service simply returned a hard-coded "Hello World". In reality, you most likely want your web service to expose something more meaningful. In this post I'm going to expand the HelloJerseyApp to display the results from a table, which I'll expose using a JPA...
on Aug 30, 2013
Web Forms is one of the exciting new features of the recently released BPM 188.8.131.52. To really embrace the power of Web Forms, one must understand Forms Rules, which can give your forms dynamic behavior, such as showing a field or calculating a sum total. In this example, I'm going to show you how to use Form Rules to dynamically populate a dropdown (or list).
Step 1: Create the Web Form
on May 3, 2013
Web Services and XML
By default, all connections to the Oracle Cloud are encrypted:
Browsers automatically import the necessary certificates, however, trying to access these services from a Java client, you will not be so successful. Take this Java Client:
import com.sun.jersey.api.client.Client;import com.sun.jersey.api.client.WebResource;import com.sun.jersey.api.client.config.ClientConfig;import com....
on May 2, 2013
In this blog entry I outline the steps necessary to deploy JAX-RS (JSR 311) RESTful web services to the Oracle Cloud. We'll be using Jersey, which is the reference implementation for JAX-RS, and JDeveloper, which is my primary Java IDE.
Step 1. Create a Jersey Library in JDeveloper
Download the latest version of jersey-bundle.jar, which at the time of this writing is version 1.17.1.
on Apr 30, 2013
Web Development Tools
As a test, I re-created the HRSystem application as described in the tutorial Developing Rich Web Applications With Oracle ADF. It's more than your basic Hello World application. For starters, the HR system application accesses a database. It also takes advantage of some sophisticated ADF features, such as graphs, page flows, auto-suggest, menu options to export to Excel and display in...
on Jan 23, 2013
Many of the Oracle Java development tutorials that access a database do so against the Oracle HR sample schema. See, for example, Developing Rich Web Applications With Oracle ADF. There are several approaches you can take to getting the sample schema installed in the Oracle Cloud, such as Using SQL Developer or JDeveloper as demonstrated in Shay's blog. In my case, we're going to run the SQL...
on Jan 17, 2013