Monday, May 22, 2017

Oracle SOA Cloud: Deploy MDS Artifacts on SOA Cloud Instance using cloud Enterprise Manager

This BLOG thread discusses the steps on deployment of MDS artifacts on SOA cloud instance.

Setup JDeveloper SOA_DesignTimeRepository

JDeveloper 12.2.1 or 12.2.1.2 by default creates the SOA_DesignTimeRepository. This is a file based repository. At MindTelligent, we link this directory to SVN or GIT master repository. It is imperative that we have a main folder /apps and all the artifacts are stored under the apps folder.

On looking at the Design Time Repository closely, the structure looks like as shown below:
















To change the location of the directory, simply right click on the  SOA_DesignTimeRepository, and click on Properties.









  
















Please click on the Browse button and choose the folder you wish to select as File based Repository
Please note that you do not select the /apps folder under which all the artifacts are located.


































That is it for JDeveloper Setup. You are ready to build your composites.


Deploy the MDS artifacts on SOA cloud


  • Log in to your SOA Cloud Instance 
  • Navigate to the "SOA Fusion Middleware Control Console"























  • Navigate to SOA Infrastructure-->Administration-->MDS configuration











































Choose the option to Import the MDS



































Please navigate to the folder where the Zip file for the SOA_DesignTimeRepository is located. 

The zip file SHOULD include the /apps folder












EM will display the following message if all the artifacts are successfully uploaded to the  MDS:



















2 comments:

  1. Many thanks for the informative post. However, is there a way to remove files uploaded to the MDS?

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  2. You can use sca_removeSharedData to delete the MDS folders. Please refer to https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15586_01/web.1111/e13813/custom_soa.htm for immediate help. I will put together a BLOG post with screen shots later some time

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