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Created by meiu on February 10, 2010 20:53:27 Last update: February 10, 2010 20:53:27
Step by step procedure to setup OC4J server for Eclipse. Version used is Galileo for Java EE Developers. Initialize OC4J You'll be asked to create a password the first time you run the standalone OC4J server. You need to remember this password and use it in the Eclipse setup. In the following C:\jdev1013_5 is where the JDeveloper suite is installed.
cd C:\jdev1013_5\j2ee\home java -jar oc4j.jarAdd Server Runtime Environment Go to Windows menu, bring up the Preferences dialog. Select Server -> Runtime Environments, click Add. Select Oracle OC4J Standalone 10.1.3.n, click Next. Enter J2EE home and click Finish. Add a server for OC4J Go to Windows menu, select Show View -> Servers. If Servers menu is not visible, select Other and enter "servers" in the...
Created by Dr. Xi on October 15, 2008 19:49:31 Last update: October 15, 2008 19:49:31
<?xml version="1.0"?> <project name="OC4JDe...Deployment properties:
# Deployment properties targetenv=Development ...
Created by Dr. Xi on April 07, 2008 22:18:29 Last update: April 07, 2008 22:19:30
Oracle's documentation on how to set up Ant tasks for web services is ambiguous and tedious. Here's a simple Ant file to accomplish that task.
<project name="TEST" basedir="." default="usage" x...
Created by Dr. Xi on August 16, 2007 18:47:40 Last update: August 16, 2007 18:52:02
If you use quartz or the plain old java.util.Timer class to schedule jobs in an OC4J container, you need to enable the -userThreads switch with the OC4J container. This is the relevant section in $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/conf/opmn.xml :
<process-type id="INST1" module-id="OC4J" status="...Or, you can add it through the Oracle em console. Go to the OC4J container, click "Administration" tab, then "Server Properties". Add "-userThreads" to "Start-parameters: OC4J Options". Debu Panda has written a good article on using quartz in the Oracle environment: Using Quartz Enterprise Scheduler in J2EE