Posts tagged Hudson
Oracle Designer is a windows client-server development tool that is meant to be manually operated by a developer. Anyone trying to integrate Designer with an automatic build environment will find that it does not provide an API or a commandline version to kick-off any generation automatically.
There is however a hook that can be exploited by generating so-called GBU files directly from the Designer Repository. These GBU files are then fed to an executable called dwzrun61.exe that executes the actual generation of DDL scripts and forms.
This article describes how this can be done using examples from a real world situation. It shows how to generate the GBU files, the different strategies that can be followed and some of the pitfalls you might run into trying to pull this off yourself.
The code of the program we wrote can be found on here and is free to be adjusted to fit any other situation than ours.
The ultimate ADF event of 2012: The AMIS Master Class Advanced ADF – Christmas Special (Friday 21st of December)0
If you are an ADF developer – and The Netherlands are within reach for you – then Friday 21st of December is a day to mark in your diary. On that day, the shortest of the year in our Northern Hemisphere, we present the Advanced ADF Master Class – in the spirit of the holiday season.
and more like the Magnificent Seven than like Snow White’s dwarfs. Each is an ADF specialist who is committed to deliver an inspiring talk on his specific expertise within the ADF domain. This event is unique – bringing together ADF specialists in a special, intimate Christmas atmosphere – and with Dutch Christmas treats as icing on the cake. The topics are all based on real life experience. The concepts discussed and the approaches demonstrated have immediate practical value. The setting lends itself to up close and personal interactions, discussions and deep dive explanations.
It is a wonderful opportunity for ADF developers as well as application architects to get inspired in various essential areas of ADF, to acquire knowledge and insights that are applicable back on the job and to exchange ideas and experiences with peers – all in a seasonal More >
This is a shameless plug for my presentation tomorrow, Thursday 23, at Oracle Open World:
Can you build, test, and deploy your application within a minute? Do you have a fresh deployment when you arrive in the office? Are you being notified when the build fails? Can anyone in the team build and deploy the application? Can you automatically run your tests and create the build without user interaction? Do you know exactly which version has been deployed?
If your answer to most of these questions is “no,” then this session is for you. The session will show you how you can use Maven and Hudson to leverage your Oracle ADF development process. This session will show you how to: * Test, build, and deploy your application * Manage your libraries * Generate reports and documentation.
See you at Thursday, September 23, 11:00 | Hotel Nikko, Peninsula