Primary Note for 'Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse' (OEPE) issues
(Doc ID 1210476.1)
Last updated on MAY 06, 2021
Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse - Version All and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This Primary note has information about issues related to the 'Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse' (OEPE). It lists notes which have additional information about the various issues as well as their solutions.
The information contained in this note, targets Developers/Programmers who use OEPE to build applications as well as product administrators and installers. You can use this information when planning future upgrades, installations and when you need help with troubleshooting issues with OEPE.
If you are initially installing OEPE, the best place to begin is with the Installation Guide.
Review General Guidelines
* It is recommended that you update OEPE to the latest build, however if you are not experiencing problems there is no immediate need to update. * Many times there are dependencies between patches/components; when you upgrade one patch component you will also want to upgrade associated patch components. The patches are delivered in a "bundle" with several components being packaged together. It is always recommended to apply the entire bundle and to replace any components you are currently using with the new ones in the latest bundle. * Effort is made to keep this article updated, however best practice is to also check My Oracle Support for additional patches.
If you are migrating previous Workshop applications to OEPE note that there is no straight migration of the workshop projects to OEPE nor is there any migration tool to migrate the current project to OEPE. To achieve this objective you will have to create a new project in OEPE and import all the source code from the old Workshop project.
Also if the current Workshop project uses 'NetUI/Pageflows'/Controls/WSM then please note that these features are not available in the current OEPE release (and has been deprecated in Apache Beehive). The functionality has been moved to the Oracle WebLogic Portal (WLP) Eclipse plugin and is not bundled with the OEPE generic release. Otherwise in place of the Beehive features you can follow-up on the recommended project components as per the suggestions from Apache Beehive for the various features of Workshop project components: -Beehive NetUI / Page Flow -> Struts 2 or Spring Web Flow -Beehive Controls -> Spring Beans -Beehive WSM (web service metadata) -> Axis2's implementation of JSR-181
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