Developing JAVA Projects using jDeveloper and TFS as Source Control

Oracle JDeveloper is a free integrated development environment that simplifies the development of Java-based SOA and Java EE applications.

One of main goals of Team Foundation Server 2010 is to support heterogeneous development environments and of course part of it is supporting  Java developers to make use of team development features provided.

Eclipse developers have full ALM support through Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere and Team Foundation Server 2010


With JDeveloper 11g you can connect to Team Foundation Server and make use of Source Control features provided through Team System-Connect to Team System

You can refer to the following article for full details how to install the add-in  Using Microsoft TFS as Version Control System with JDeveloper 11g



I have produce a small video demonstrate the whole steps

Developing JAVA Projects using jDeveloper and TFS as Source Control

Hope it help!

Comments (1)

  1. Thomas K says:

    Hi Hosam,

    well, a very basic integration of TFS in JDeveloper is working indeed, but branching/labelling is not possible from JDev and history is not working. Also no work item support in JDev. We are currently  evaluating TFS11 Beta and we need to have JDev integrate with TFS smoothly. Our hope is that someone at MS or Oracle pushes the Team System Extension forward to work with TFS 11 at least as smooth as TEE and Eclipse.



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