This operation is available since 18.104.22.168
Exports selected resources from an Eclipse or JDeveloper Workspace to a deployable jar file. The jar file will be stored in the artifacts folder for you automatically.
- Your project sources should point at the OSB application level (jws for jdeveloper).
- Specify OSB projects you wish to include in the 'OSB Project List' project property. Only resources which are part of projects specified here will show up in the Project Files tab.
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. (e.g.,
|Oracle Weblogic Home (WL_HOME)|
Weblogic Home Directory. (e.g.
|Weblogic Admin Use SSL|
|Yes||If the Weblogic admin server is using SSL to connect.|
|OSB Project List|
List of OSB Projects to include in the available project resources. Separate entries by comma.
|OSB Jar Name|
Name of the jar file used to deploy the OSB project.
|OSB Configuration Project|
OSB Configuration Project Name.
|OSB Resource Extensions||See below||See below|
This operation produces a deployable jar file artifact that will be stored in the artifacts repository.
This operation delegates endpoint selection to the workflow developer. The workflow editor will default the selection to "All", which selects all available endpoints associated to the environment instance.
Selecting a specific resource will result in selection of endpoints associated to the environment instance which have that resource defined.
This operation will execute on any one of the selected endpoints and will be random in the determination of which one.
Partial Builds/Building Resources
When exporting resources your project should be configured for 'partial deployments' for the Oracle Service Bus project type. When populating files objects are filtered largely based on file extensions. If needed the extensions used for mapping can be changed in the project properties.
|Domain Value Maps||FDOSB_DVM_EXTS||dvm|
|Message Format Lanuages||FDOSB_MFL_EXTS||mfl|
There is an additional Object Type for 'Customizations' which is matched based on 'customizationfile', case insensitive, being in the name and having an xml extension.
In JDeveloper there is an option to build resources with dependencies which will automatically package your selected resources along with all the dependencies. This is not done when performing a partial build within FlexDeploy, equivalent of unchecking 'Include Dependencies' when exporting in JDeveloper.