Oracle ADF on Docker Container by Andrejus Baranovskis

Posted: July 14, 2018 in JDeveloper & ADF
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Want to run Oracle ADF on Docker? This is possible, I will explain how. If you are new to Docker, it may require to spend significant amount of time to get started with all different bits and pieces. I will try to explain all essential steps, so that you will get up to speed quickly.
First of all you need to have DB accessible, check my previous post explaining how to run Oracle DB on Docker – Oracle Database Docker Image in Docker Cloud (Digital Ocean). DB is required to install RCU schema for WebLogic installation with JRF files.
I have built my own Oracle Fusion Middleware Docker image using Oracle Docker images – Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure on Docker.
First step is to build Oracle JDK (Server JRE) image, this is pre-requisite to build Oracle Fusion Middleware Docker image. Read through instructions documented on Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure on Docker GitHub page. You should navigate to Oracle Java folder (download Oracle Docker files from GitHub link mentioned above) and copy there JDK installation file: Read the complete article here.

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