I have several OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure) environments or tenants. Today I found out an URL that allows to go directly to one of them:
Before, I had to remember the name of each of them. This will be easier.
I searched how to deploy to my SOA Cloud Service from JDeveloper. But I found nothing in the documentation.
Based on the fact that SOA CS is just SOA Suite, I tried do it by forwarding all the SOACS port to my laptop like this:
A. First,I created a ssh tunnel from my laptop to my SOA CS like this:
ssh -L 9074:111.222.333.444:9074 -L 8002:111.222.333.444:8002 -L 9001:111.222.333.444:9001 -L 9002:111.222.333.444:9002 -L 7002:111.222.333.444:7002 firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: I use Cygwin SSH and 111.222.333.444 is the public IP address of my SOACS.
B. Then, I added some entries in my host file:
I started Notepad in Administrator mode to edit the host file and added a mapping
– oc-111-222-333-444.compute.oraclecloud.com soacs-jcs-wls-1
– to 127.0.0.1 (my laptop)
127.0.0.1 laptop oc-111-222-333-444.compute.oraclecloud.com soacs-jcs-wls-1
C. Then I deploy the SOA composite normally from Jdeveloper:
- Right Click on the project. Choose Deploy, <ProjectName>…
- Deploy to application Server (Next>)
- Check “overwrite any existing composites with the same Revision ID” (Next>)
- Select the server (or add a new one, I called mine SOACS, like this)
Created the connection to SOACS like this:
- Choose the newly created application server (SOACS) (Next>)
- Choose the SOA Server (there is just one) (Finish)
- The application is deployed
Then you can see it and test it from SOACS
Go to cloud.oracle.com/Oracle Soa Cloud Service. Then choose the Fusion Middleware console:
Click the tree icon. Navigate in the tree to Soa-Infra.
Click on the deployed instance tab.
Click on the composite (here SoaHelloSync). Then click on the Test button. You can test your composite. In my case, this gives this.