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Here are the steps to do so: Create the ADF application.

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Create one JSF page, call it index. Create the login page, the authentication backing bean. Oracle JET application structure.


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About the author. Ciprian N. Iancu Head of development at virtual7 Romania. Related posts. Oracle JET Routing November June May April Then Ops get a new image back and just run containers out of that image.

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It is a good approach, but certainly customers are free to think out of the box here and figure out what works best for them. Note that these steps are for your first image build only. Customers are encouraged to run a Docker Registry at their internal network, and store these images there just as they probably already do with Oracle software installers at some intranet FTP server.

Do not share binaries either packed as a Docker image or not. The very first step to get started, is to checkout the docker-images project on GitHub:. Use your browser, or some CLI tool. Another thing to know before building your image, is that WebLogic comes in two flavors: one is the Developer distribution, smaller, and the other is the Generic distribution, for use in any environment. For the developer distribution, you have to download two files indicated inside Checksum.

If you want to build the Generic distribution instead of the Developer, see file Checksum. The same instructions apply. Next step is to go to the terminal again and use the handy shell script buildDockerImage. You may notice that it takes some time to copy files during the installation process. Next step is to create a WebLogic Domain. So far you have an image that is based on Oracle Linux 7 and has WebLogic To run WebLogic, you must have a domain.

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Go to the samples folder and access folder domain. When there, just simply perform:. This process is very fast, at least for this sample. Time may vary if your WLST for creating a domain performs more tasks.

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See the sample create-wls-domain. You now have the image domain ready to be used. All you need to do is to call:. A: Absolutely! That is the entire idea of sharing these scripts.

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These are excellent pointers on what can be done, and how. But customers and users are free to come up with their own files. And if you have some interesting approach to share, please send to me at bruno dot borges at oracle dot com.

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