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Maven build using SOA/BPM resources from Oracle Service Registry

22 May

Very nice pom.xml example showing how to use SOA/BPM resources from the Oracle Service Registry during a Maven build by Phani Khrisna @ Mark Nelson’s RedStack blog

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Today, I feel very privileged to share with you a post from one of my readers, Phani Khrisna, who was kind enough to allow me to post this updated Maven POM which allows you to use resources in the Oracle Service Registry during the build.

Phani has also tidied up a small omission from earlier POMs, which a number of you have commented on.  This POM copies the SAR file into the target directory so that it will be published into the Maven repository as part of the build, rather than an almost empty file with the POM in it.  While we may not be able to use it as a dependency in another composite using just the Maven coordinates (like we can with Java artifacts for example), it at least makes it available to other developers.

Thank you Phani.  Enjoy!

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Posted by on 22-05-2012 in BPM, Oracle, SOA Suite

 

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