Test Automation

This blog is the sixth, and last, in the FlexDeploy Loves OIC blog series FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage integrations with connections FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connection property replacement FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Integration FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Automated testing FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Delivery with pipelines/releases FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connections,

This blog is the fifth in the FlexDeploy Loves OIC blog series, stay tuned for subsequent entries in the series. FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage integrations with connections FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connection property replacement FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Integration FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Automated testing FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Delivery with

This blog is the fourth in the FlexDeploy Loves OIC blog series, stay tuned for subsequent entries in the series. FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage integrations with connections FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Manage connection property replacement FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Integration FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Automated testing FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Continuous Delivery with

Software is a key competitive differentiator for companies across industries. The faster companies can get new enhancements and functionality to market, the wider their competitive edge. To achieve this lead, enterprise development teams need to optimize their workflow for efficiency, quality, and reliability. As such, development teams adopt continuous integration (CI) to speed up and

This is the seventh article in the series on FlexDeploy’s support for continuous integration and continuous delivery, shown with a use case for SOA that can easily be extended to MDS, OSB, and WebLogic Resource Management. FlexDeploy Loves Oracle Fusion Middleware: Overview FlexDeploy Loves Oracle Fusion Middleware: WebLogic Configuration Setup FlexDeploy Loves Oracle Fusion Middleware: MDS

There are many source control systems available today to allow sharing code and viewing historical changes, but verifying check-ins through an automated build and test process is also very important. Writing test cases and especially tests for APIs can be a tedious process. Nobody would disagree that having tests is good and we should be

Many organizations have invested in Maven, Ant and other tools to automate build and test executions. FlexDeploy supports native integration to perform Build and Execute Tests, but it also allows for taking advantage of existing investments in Maven, Ant, etc. In this blog post, I will talk about how to pull in JUnit Test Results

Anyone who has written PL/SQL code can attest to the fact that it is very semantic, where the smallest change in logic can yield drastically different results. With that knowledge, it’s safe to assume that the ability to unit test your PL/SQL packages can be extremely helpful and is almost a necessity. FlexDeploy already has

Continuous Integration is a practice where development teams integrate and test their changes in a shared environment on a regular basis, often several times per day.  This practice is used to eliminate the painful integrations which occur when merging large change sets across teams – a very typical pain point in traditional development lifecycles.  With

July 6, 2016 – Flexagon today announced FlexDeploy 3.7 is now available. FlexDeploy 3.7 provides enhancements for existing plugins such as Oracle E-Business Suite, Atlassian Jira, Fusion Middleware, and other new plugins, features, and usability enhancements driven by customer feedback. FlexDeploy is a DevOps and Application Release Automation platform that lowers project risk and cost,