When you use JDeveloper and deploy a project from JDeveloper to a server, JDeveloper remembers this, so you can easily deploy to it again. You can do this by right-clicking on the project and choose for Deploy and then the numbered deploy target of your choice (or from menubar -> Build -> Deploy -> deploy target). But how to remove such a deploy target if you don’t want to use it any more?
Take for example the screenshot below where you notice two deploy targets, “1… to SOADev” and “2… to SOAAcc”.
Suppose I want to remove the “2… to SOAAcc”, from the list.
Unfortunately removing the server connection “SOAAcc” in JDeveloper didn’t remove it from the list of deploy targets in the projects. And I can not find any other way of removing it in JDeveloper itself.
So I scanned for files with “SOAAcc” in it and turns out that they are configured in user cached project files. On my Windows laptop these files are located in folder C:\Users\[username>]\AppData\Roaming\JDeveloper\system126.96.36.199.42.151011.0031\o.ide\projects.
You will find a cached project file for each project in JDeveloper, at least the ones that have a deploy target. Read the complete article here.
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