Oracle ADF and Gradle integration – part#1: Assembling ADF project using OJDeploy by Lukasz Ciesla


Gradle is a very powerful build automation system which allows you to build near everything – starting from Java through .NET ending up C++ projects. In this post I’ll show you basic ADF-Gradle integration that is a good starting point for further extensions like libraries dependency management or integration with Jenkins.

After this tutorial you should be able to integrate any ADF project with Gradle.  In next tutorials I’ll show you how to use Gradle to manage ADF library dependencies.

Before we start

Sample application

For the purposes of this tutorial I’ll use an application from my previous post, where I showed you how to create simple ADF application which use Oracle Database Express Edition 11g installed in Docker container. You can do it yourself by watching the video start from 5:55 or you can download sample application.

The zip archive contains ADF workspace and gradle-wrapper. Read the complete article here.


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