The Image Tool installer is available for download on the Releases page. If you want to build the installer from source instead of downloading it, follow these instructions:
Codebutton at the root of this project.
git clone https://github.com/oracle/weblogic-image-tool.git.
weblogic-image-tool, using Maven, execute one or more of these phases:
validate- Validate the project is correct and all necessary information is available.
compile- Compile the source code.
test- Test the compiled source code using the JUnit5 framework.
package- Create the installer ZIP file,
verify- Run integration tests using the JUnit5 framework (Prerequisite: Docker installed).
clean- Restore the source by removing any items created by
packageor another phase of the build.
Note: Maven executes build phases sequentially,
verify, such that
verify will run all of these phases from
package before running
package phase comes before the
verify phase, it is not necessary to run the integration tests to create
the Image Tool installer. If you are making changes and want to validate those changes in your environment, you will
need to do some additional setup before running the
verify phase because several of the integration tests require
access to the Oracle Technology Network. To run the integration tests in the
verify phase, you must specify three environment variables,
STAGING_DIR. The first two, Oracle Support user name and password, are used to connect to Oracle OTN for patches.
STAGING_DIR, should be a local folder where WebLogic Server installers, JDK installers, and pre-downloaded
patches can be found. The files required in the
STAGING_DIR depend on which tests that you want to run.
Example: Run a set of integration tests (available groups are
$ mvn verify -Dtest.groups=cache
Example: Run a single integration test:
$ mvn verify -Dtest.groups=gate,nightly -Dit.test=ITImagetool#createWlsImg
Integration Test groups:
cache- Tests that build and manipulate the Image Tool cache.
gate- A basic set of integration tests that are used to validate merge requests, including building several Docker image (~20 minutes).
nightly- The full set of integration tests building various container images including JRF and WLS installations (~2 hours).
Note: In order to run an integration test that builds an image like
createWlsImg, you must run the
group first to populate the cache with the WLS and JDK installers.