1. Create Application Structure
Create Generic Application. Delete generated Project. Add Model Project and Web Project (without Faces). Create Connection (hrdb) to HR Schema.
2. Generate Business Components and Prepare Service API
This is similar to what i did for SOAP Web Service Example.
3. Add dependency to Jersey & Jackson
Add Jersey and Jackson libraries to Web Project.
See my blog about Installing Jersey libraries for JDeveloper. Actually, i am just adding following jars to Project.
jackson-all-1.9.11.jar, asm-3.1.jar, jersey-bundle-1.17.1.jar
4. Create WebService POJO Class
Create POJO class with necessary API method(s). This example is not showing any exception handling, but you can throw Checked Exception to indicate Validation, Application or System type error situations to client.
5. Add annotations
5.1 Add @Path("/hrservice") annotation to HRWebService Java class. Import "javax.ws.rs.Path", when prompted by JDeveloper.
5.2 JDeveloper will provide a hint for you to configure web.xml. You will see a Yellow icon in line gutter next to @Path. Accept the hint and JDeveloper will configure web.xml for Jersey servlet.
5.3 Add "com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature" init param for Jersey servlet in web.xml, value of this init param should be true. This will cause Jersey to use Jackson for generating JSON response. Default implementation (JAXB) has some issues, for example, it will return Object instead of Array if only one item is being returned in List.
5.4 Add GET annotation to getCountryList() method.
6. Add weblogic-application.xml
ADF libraries are included by adding shared library in weblogic-application.xml. This is automatically done if you create Fustion application, otherwise you can add it manually.
7. Test Web Service
Right click Web Service in Application Navigator and select Run or Debug.