Exports an OSB project from either an Eclipse or JDeveloper Workspace to a deployable jar file. The jar file will be stored in the artifacts folder for you automatically.
You should checkout or export code for OSB project (not entire JDeveloper application) from SCM prior to running this operation. Checkout or Export can be easily done if you configure project with Source details. A folder must exist in
FD_TEMP_DIR with a name that matches the OSB Project project property, and must contain the sources for the OSB project.
This operation should be run on a OSB server. To accomplish this, Flexagon recommends adding the OSB instance to a build environment rather than checking the "Build Environment" checkbox in a deployment environment. This will reduce the number of environments that show up when you choose to build.
|OSB Extended Classpath|
Allows the user to extend the classpath for this plugin call.
The Oracle OSB home. For example:
|Oracle Weblogic Home (WL_HOME)|
Weblogic Home Directory. (e.g.
OSB Project Name.
|OSB Jar Name|
Name of the jar file used to deploy the OSB project.
|OSB Configuration Project|
OSB Configuration Project Name.
|OSB Parent Project Path|
|OSB Project folder is derived by using value of this property, i.e. if <Workflow Execution Temp Directory>/<OSB Parent Project Path>/<OSB Project> is considered Project Folder. Project folder is only valid if it contains either servicebus.sboverview, .settings or .project files. If that is not true or this property is not specified project folder will be derived by searching servicebus.sboverview, .settings or .project files in exported source. |
This operation produces a deployable jar file artifact that will be stored in the artifacts repository.
This operation will select all available endpoints associated to the environment/instance.
This operation will execute on any one of the selected endpoints and will be random in the determination of which one.
During the build workflow, the customization/configuration file inside the project should be copied to the artifacts folder using the File Plugin's