Once it is setup, you can setup following environment variables:
- AIA_HOME D:\Profiles\DummyHomes\DummyAIAHome
- ORACLE_HOME D:\Profiles\DummyHomes\DummyOracleHome
- BPEL_HOME D:\Profiles\DummyHomes\DummyOracleHome\bpel
Once Jdeveloper is restarted, this error should go away.
Note: it was quite obvious that something else will fail as soon as I hard code my ORACLE_HOME. It didn't take long me to find, my Oracle XE stopped working after my work station restart. I think it is good practice to not set ORACLE_HOME and set only when you need to do critical AIA deployment.
As another work around, you can only try to set AIA_HOME and BPEL_HOME, and based on build.xml file, it might just work fine, that way it doesn't cause problem with existing SOA or ORACLE DB installation on your machine.