Wednesday May 07, 2014

How to: Run Repository Creation Utility (RCU) on Solaris

Many of the Oracle Fusion Middleware components require the existence of schemas in a database prior to installation. These schemas are created and loaded in the database using the Repository Creation Utility (RCU). Repository Creation Utility is a graphical and CLI-based tool used to create and manage Oracle Fusion Middleware database schemas.

At this time, RCU is available for Windows and Linux platforms only.

If you want to run RCU on Solaris, edit the RCU executable, <RCU_HOME>/bin/rcu, and make the following changes:
  • Look for the “#Platform Checking” section, and comment out the "exit" statement
  • Look for the line which specifies the JRE_DIR and update it to point to a Solaris JRE or JDK
After making these changes, set the SQLPLUS_HOME variable to point to any ORACLE_HOME and export it before running RCU.

Now you will be able to run RCU on Solaris and create the database objects for Oracle Fusion Middleware.

NOTE: Please note that these instructions should be used for development and testing purposes only, as such it is unsupported and should not be used on production environments.
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