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Configuring OER Harvester ANT task for JDeveloper

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Oracle Enterprise Repository provides plug in for Ant task for harvesting assets from JDeveloper. OER also provides Solution Pack for harvesting SOA components via Ant. With the Ant plug in and …

Oracle Enterprise Repository provides plug in for Ant task for harvesting assets from JDeveloper. OER also provides Solution Pack for harvesting SOA components via Ant. With the Ant plug in and connection to the OER via the adapter, assets can be entered into OER right from the JDeveloper.

This document outlines the steps involved in installing and configuring plug in for Ant and Harvester Solution Pack, and the process of harvesting assets into OER from JDeveloper.

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  • 1. Oracle Enterprise Repository 11g Harvester Ant Task for JDeveloper Configuration Guide Sreeni Setty http://www.linkedin.com/in/sreenisetty
  • 2. INTRODUCTION 3 INSTALLING OER HARVESTER ANT TASK FOR JDEVELOPER 4 INSTALLATION STEPS 4 POST-INSTALLATION STEPS 6 CONFIGURING HARVESTER ANT TASK IN JDEVELOPER 7 HARVESTING PROCESS 10 APPENDIX 12 REFERENCES 12
  • 3. Introduction Oracle Enterprise Repository provides plug in for Ant task for harvesting assets from JDeveloper. OER also provides Solution Pack for harvesting SOA components via Ant. With the Ant plug in and connection to the OER via the adapter, assets can be entered into OER right from the JDeveloper. This document outlines the steps involved in installing and configuring plug in for Ant and Harvester Solution Pack, and the process of harvesting assets into OER from JDeveloper.
  • 4. Installing OER Harvester Ant Task for JDeveloper Installation Steps Check for updates in JDeveloper under Help > Check for Updates… View the details of the OER Harvester update
  • 5. Select the OER Harvester tool to download and install
  • 6. Post-installation Steps Restart the JDeveloper after installing the OER Harvester. The download creates <jdeveloper_home>/harvester folder. Edit tools11g.xml to match the JDeveloper installation. Replace every occurrence of "C:/oracle/middleware/jdev_5361/jdeveloper" with the location of the JDeveloper installation. Merge the contents of <jdeveloper_home>/harvester/tools11g.xml to JDeveloper's product preferences XML file located in C:Documents and Settings<username>Application DataJDevelopersystem11.1.xxxxxxo.jdeveloperproduct-preferences.xml on Windows XP.
  • 7. Configuring Harvester Ant Task in JDeveloper Configure <jdeveloper_home>/harvester/HarvesterSettings.xml Enter the connection details for OER (url, user name, password). Password needs to be encrypted by running the encrypt.bat utility. Edit HarvesterSettings.xml Run encrypt.bat Verify encrypted password
  • 8. Import the OER Harvester Solution Pack (11.1.1.3.0-OER-Harvester-Solution-Pack.zip) into Repository. The Harvester Solution Pack is available at <ofm_home>oer_111130coretoolssolutions11.1.1.3.0- OER-Harvester-Solution-Pack.zip In the OER Console under Admin role, go to Admin tab, and select Import/Export Client. This opens a Java Import / Export Utility.
  • 9. Verify the import status.
  • 10. Harvesting Process Harvesting from JDeveloper
  • 11. Login into OER, and open Asset Editor to view the harvested assets
  • 12. Appendix References OER Configuration Guide (E16580-03)