Loading a Git Repository in JDeveloper 12c by Lucas Jellema


Does JDeveloper work well with Git is a question I get asked occasionally. Or the question is not even asked and the assumption is that somehow the combination of JDeveloper and Git does not work well. It seems that this assumption is sometimes based on bad experiences from a long time ago – or on prejudice. In my experience, JDeveloper 12c integrates very well with Git. It may not have built in support for all Git commands or offer the same extensive UI features as for example Tortoise does – but for a large part of the daily developer tasks, this integration works well.

To give you an example, this article shows how to get started in JDeveloper 12c with a JDeveloper workspace from a Git repository. In this case, we are dealing with a public repository on Github (https://github.com/lucasjellema/ADFClientSideEventBus) that contains a demo ADF Web application. The objective is to get going with that application in our local JDeveloper environment. All we do is run the JDeveloper Git Clone wizard. This clones the remote repository to a local one and loads the application in JDeveloper. We can subsequently work on the code, inspect all Git meta-data (branches, commit history). edit the sources and make local commits, pull later updates from the remote repository and if we have write privileges on the remote repository, we can push changes as well.

The remote repository we are dealing with:

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