In JDeveloper when you write a java class with a main() method that takes no argument,
you just right click the java file and select Run to run the program. But suppose the main() method takes arguments... This is how you do it
When building up my java application, which consisted on creating/deleting new classes and manipulating the code within
each file, I noticed that JDeveloper would not compile my .java classes even though I was not receiving any errors.
Quite a simple issue though very frustrating never the less.
When altering the jDeveloper configurations, I noticed that the errors and warning on the right hand side were
no longer showing up when I was receiving code syntax error
The steps required to use the exposed OIM 11gR2PS2 APIs from JDeveloper to your VM OIM instance, running on MAC and RHEL respectively. The example
below goes through a quick demonstration on how to create a user using the exposed OIM APIs
You need to include the system property of the 'java.security.auth.login.config'. The fastest way is to include the following System.setProperty line
within your java code when authenticating against weblogic