Deploying the OSB configuration from Eclipse OEPE

Before we can test an OSB service, we need to deploy it to a running OSB server. Such a server can either be locally on the same machine or it can be on another, remotely accessible server. In this recipe, we will only use the functionality provided by Eclipse OEPE to deploy our service, because it's the simplest of the possible options for deployment. Of course there exists other, more automatic and repeatable ways for deployment through WLST or Apache Ant, but in this book, the deployment through Eclipse OEPE as shown here is good enough.

Getting ready

Make sure that the OSB server is running locally on your machine. The easiest way to check that it's up and running is navigating to the OSB console ...

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