Oracle sales cloud integration with oracle java cloud service
Oracle Sales Cloud Integration
with Oracle Java Cloud Service
Bhaskara Reddy Sannapureddy, Senior Project Manager @Infosys, +91-7702577769
Accessing Java Cloud Service
Request a trial of Oracle Java Cloud Service. See Requesting a Trial
in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud. Once completed, you will be
assigned both an Oracle Java Cloud Service and an Oracle
Database Cloud Service instance.
Once you receive a confirmation email containing your connection
details, access your cloud instances.
Installation Instructions -
Oracle JDeveloper contains specific features related to connection
and deployment that require configuration. You must check these
parameters once you have downloaded and installed Oracle
To install Oracle JDeveloper, go to Oracle Cloud Downloads and
download Oracle JDeveloper 22.214.171.124.1. For more information,
see Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle JDeveloper.
After you install Oracle JDeveloper, you can access and manage
content from Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database
Cloud Service in the same manner as any typical database
connection and Oracle WebLogic Server instance.
c features related to connection and deployment that require configuration. You must check these parameters once you have downloaded and installed Oracle JDe
Oracle Cloud Downloads and download Oracle JDeveloper 126.96.36.199.1. For more information, see Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle JDeveloper.
, you can access and manage content from Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service in the same manner as any typical database connection
Oracle Java Cloud Service Server
You can create an Oracle Java Cloud Service connection from Oracle JDeveloper in a similar manner
to creating any connection to Oracle WebLogic Server. This step is essential for you to be able to
deploy a custom application to Oracle Java Cloud Service.
To create an Oracle Java Cloud Service connection:
1) Go to View, then Application Server Navigator, and then New Application Server.
2) For Usage, select Standalone Server.
3) For Connection Type, select Oracle Cloud.
4) For Username and Password, enter the account information previously used to log in to the
5) Enter the parameters for the Data Center, Identity Domain, and Service Name fields. You can
obtain the values for the first two fields from the email confirmation for your cloud service trial
6) Test your connection.
Building the Data Model Use Case
You must create a data model for your custom application.
An application running on Oracle Java Cloud Service requires a data
model and related business objects. The data model is created using
Oracle JDeveloper Version 188.8.131.52.1
Oracle Java Cloud Service
Create Data Model
While an application running on the Oracle Java Cloud Service platform can be
created without a local database, a database is required when using Oracle
ADF Business Components. Oracle JDeveloper cannot use a Oracle Database
Cloud Service connection to create these objects.
To create a data model:
1) Use Oracle JDeveloper to create the data model in a local database.
2) Extract the data model into SQL scripts and store the scripts in a separate
project in your workspace. Those scripts are used for backup. Regenerate
those scripts whenever the data model is changed.
3) Use Database Cart in Oracle JDeveloper to migrate the data model (and data,
if applicable) from the local database into Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Create A Data Model in Oracle
Database Cloud Service
Applications running on the Oracle Java Cloud Service platform have access
only to the data model created in the Oracle Database Cloud Service instance.
That is, there is no feature to access the data in Oracle Cloud other than by
using web services to obtain access. Additionally, the data model in Oracle
Database Cloud Service cannot be used to create Oracle ADF Business
Components objects because the service does not allow JDBC connections to
it. You must store the data model in a local database and migrate it into Oracle
Database Cloud Service using Oracle JDeveloper.
Oracle Database Cloud Service contains tools to run SQL statements and
scripts. SQL statements can be executed directly in the cloud service or
creating a script and running it.
For more information, see Creating a Database Application
in Using Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Migrate A Data Model From Local Database
to Cloud Service Instance
To move your data model and existing data from a local database to Oracle Database
1) Select Database then Database Cart from the View menu.
2) Add an object to Database Cart by selecting Add to Cart from the context (right-
3) If you want to also move existing data, then ensure that the Data check box is
4) To copy the data model and data into your Oracle Java Cloud Service instance,
select Deploy Cloud and configure the required parameters.
For more information, see Importing Data (http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?
ctx=cloud&id=CSDBU177) in Using Oracle Database Cloud Service
Configure Application Modules for
Deployment to Oracle Java Cloud Service
JDBC connections are not allowed to an
instance of Oracle Database Cloud Service.
Therefore, you must configure the connection
type for the application module to use the
JDBC Data Source parameter in the application
module. In this task, the name of the data
source is database.