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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Integration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7)

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9 Configuring Oracle Enterprise Repository to Support Integration with Your IDE

This chapter describes how to configure Oracle Enterprise Repository to support integration with your IDE.

Complete the following steps in Oracle Enterprise Repository before configuring the IDE:

9.1 Install the Harvester

The Harvester can harvest standards-based artifacts generated from any IDE such as Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, and VS .NET. The Harvester can be integrated with any of these IDEs and then run with the respective IDE client.

For more information about the Harvester, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository.

9.2 Assign IDE Users to Oracle Enterprise Repository Projects

Oracle Enterprise Repository tracks assets produced by projects in any IDE such as Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, and VS .NET, as well as assets consumed by the projects created in these IDEs.

For more information about adding a new project and assigning users to the project, see Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository.

9.3 Establish Compliance Templates

Compliance Templates describe a particular family of Oracle Enterprise Repository artifacts and are available only for some product configurations such as Eclipse and VS .NET. Compliance templates are required to support the Prescriptive Reuse use cases.

For more information about how to establish compliance templates, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository.

9.4 Set up Automatic Usage Detection

Software File Identification (SFID) is a process of determining asset usage in Oracle Enterprise Repository. You can use SFID to work with your development environment such as Eclipse and VS .NET. Depending on your IDE, SFID requires the installation of the Oracle Enterprise Repository Plug-in for Workspace Studio, which is an Eclipse-based IDE, or the Oracle Enterprise Repository Plug-in for Visual Studio .NET.

For more information about setting up automatic usage detection using SFID, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository.