Today we are not going to go through the details of what Managed Coherence Servers are as this is outlined in the first screen cast.Please see that screencast for more details. There is also a second screen screen cast that covers integrate with eclipse.
There are a number of parts to the maven integration when using Managed Coherence Servers.Firstly there is a seamless integration between Oracle homes and your maven repository. This is through the Maven Sync Plugin which allows you to synchronise your Oracle HOME with your maven repository. WebLogic and coherence artefacts can then easily be incorporated into maven projects using standard mechanisms.There is standardization of naming conventions for ease of use.In addition to this there are three maven plugins that have been developed to allow easier use of a GAR. The first is an archetype which generates a structure and some default files to provide a kick start in developing a GAR. The second is a GAR packaging plugin which intercepts the maven build process to automatically generate a GAR based on the set up of the maven project. It will build a GAR file placing all class files and configuration in the right places for it to be deployable.The third is the ability to automatically generate the required POF configuration on generation of a GAR.There is also extensions to the current WebLoogic Maven deploy plugin to support the above functionality
Coherence Managed Coherence Servers - Part 3 - Maven Integration
Managed Coherence Servers – WebLogic Sever
Part 3 – Maven Integration
Tim Middleton - Solutions Architect – Oracle Coherence Development
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