This chapter describes how to set up the Oracle JDeveloper development environment to use with Oracle WebCenter Content.
This chapter includes the following sections:
If you do not already have JDeveloper 12.2.1 installed, download Oracle JDeveloper 12c (18.104.22.168.0 or 22.214.171.124.0) Studio Edition from this location:
Use the Installing Oracle JDeveloper, available from the same directory, to install and start JDeveloper 12.2.1 Studio Edition on one of the supported platforms (Windows, Linux, UNIX, or Mac OS system).
If you have installed other versions of JDeveloper on the same computer, the first time you start this version of JDeveloper, you will be prompted to import preferences from the previous installation. Click No to continue without importing preferences from the previous installation.
When you are starting 126.96.36.199.0 JDeveloper for the first time, you need to provide the full path name of a JDK installation.
For a newly installed JDeveloper Studio instance, you need to install WebCenter Content Connection Extension.
WebCenter Content Connection Extension is located at
To install the JDeveloper extension:
WCC_MW_HOME, and click Open.
For a newly installed JDeveloper Studio instance, you need to create an integrated Oracle WebLogic Server domain to set up your development environment.
To create an integrated WebLogic Server domain:
You can specify JDeveloper configurations to better support defining seeded customizations.
To configure JDeveloper for defining seeded customizations:
This makes each project list all its libraries in the Application Navigator.
ADF Fragment File(which is for
.jsfffiles), and change its default editor to Source.
XHMTL/Facelets Source(which is for
.jsffiles), and change its default editor to Source.