The following outlines the steps needed to deploy OSB code from Eclipse
1. Add a new server connection in Eclipse
a. Go to File -> New -> Server
b. Set the Server Type, Server Host Name and Server Name. The server name is the name of the server that will be displayed in Eclipse
c. Set the Server Type and then browse to find the location of the OSB domain that you want to access. This is usually in $MiddlewareHome/user_projects/domains/<domain>.
d. If you have any OSB configuration projects in OSB, you can associate them with this server( We will do this after we create the OSB configuration project in step 2). Then select Finish.
2. Create a new Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project.
a. Go to File -> New -> Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project
b. Fill in information on the Oracle Service Bus Configuration Project and then select Finish. The session name and description will be used when saving the changes in OSB.
3. Link the OSB Configuration project to the server you want to deploy to.a. Right click on the server in the Servers tab and select Add and Remove.
b. Move the OSB configuration project that you created in step 2 from the Available section to the Configured section and then select Finish. You want to be careful on how many OSB configuration projects that you associate with the server at one time. Keep in mind that changes in all of the OSB configuration projects associated with a server will be published when you publish changes to a server. It is much cleaner and safer to only have one OSB configuration project associated with a server at a time.
4. Create new project in the OSB Configuration Project
a. You can either create a new project or import a project.
b. Make any changes needed to your new or imported project.
5. Publish Changes
a. Right click on the server and select Publish.