It passed almost two years since my previous post about Oracle Java Cloud and ADF – End-To-End ADF Cloud Deployment Process. There is huge improvement in Oracle Cloud, great progress done in these two years by Oracle. Access and management of Oracle Cloud environment is so smooth now, it is even hard to say you are working with your own on premise servers or cloud machines. This is great, I’m impressed – well done Oracle.
I have implemented ADF BC REST application with JDEV 220.127.116.11 and deployed it to Java Cloud. You can access REST service yourself from this URL: http://18.104.22.168/restapp/rest/1/Employees (username: redsam, password: welcome1).
I can monitor deployed application with ADF BC REST through Enterprise Manager in the Cloud. ADF BC REST request/response is going through Oracle RESTServlet, this is visible in the statistics:
There are no changes required to ADF application to be deployed to the Cloud. Simply make sure to provide correct datasource name, to be able to load data from Database Cloud. I have created jdbc/HrDS data source in Java Cloud, to point to Database Cloud. Using the same data source for AM configuration, this AM will be responsible to return data from ADF BC for REST requests: Read the complete article here.
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