DOAG DevCamp 2016: Oracle Development Cloud Service Hands On by Timo Hahn (Part 4)
In part three of the series we completed the task to setup the build system in the DCS for the AppsCloudUIKit application. This final part of the series concludes with setting up the ‘Continuous Integration’ part of the application into the JCS.
Setting up the Continuous Integration to the JCS
The final task is to setup the continuous integration to the Java Cloud Service we use. This is done in the ‘Deploy’ tab where we create a ‘New Configuration’
We then fill in the needed data:
The Configuration name and the application name must match
Nest we select a deployment target. Here we can choose between a JCS and an Application Container Cloud depending on the type of application we develop. As we have created a web application using ADF we select the Java Cloud Service.
We can decide which type of deployment we like: on ‘Demand’ or’ Automatic’. Automatic means that after each build the deploy task is triggered. With the checkbox ‘Deploy stable builds only’ we tell the task to only deploy successful builds. If we choose ‘On demand’ we can select the build we like to deploy
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