Library dependency management is one of the most missing tools in Oracle JDeveloper 11g. It is true that Maven support has been added in JDeveloper 12c. Nevertheless, in the older projects you may want to use Gralde integration described in this article. This approach also works with JDeveloper 12c.
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Gradle is a very powerful build automation system which allows you to build near everything – starting from Java through .NET ending up C++ projects. In this post I’ll show you basic ADF-Gradle integration that is a good starting point for further extensions like libraries dependency management or integration with Jenkins.
Tutorials from this sections comes from: http://docs.oracle.com/
New for JDeveloper 12.2.1
Oracle Cloud Integration
- Building Oracle ADF Applications with Maven Using Oracle Developer Cloud Service
- Building Oracle ADF Applications with Ant Using Oracle Developer Cloud Service
- Getting Started with the JDeveloper IDE
- Developing Rich Web Applications with Oracle ADF
- Building a Web Application Using EJB, JPA, and JavaServer Faces
ADF Data Binding
ADF Desktop Integration