We are excited to share the news of our latest VM Virtual Appliance on-premises, which contains Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.10 and Oracle Database 19c. You can download this from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud.
Use this appliance to create an Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2.10 Vision demonstration instance on a single, unified virtual machine running both the application tier and database tier services.
Use with Oracle VM Manager or Oracle VM VirtualBox
This virtual appliance can be imported into Oracle VM Manager to deploy an Oracle E-Business Suite Linux 64-bit environment on compatible server-class machines running Oracle VM Server. It can also be imported into Oracle VM VirtualBox to create a virtual machine on a desktop PC or laptop.
Note: This virtual appliance is for on-premises use only. If you're interested in running Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud, see Getting Started with Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud (MOS Note 2066260.1) and our sister blog Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud for more information.
The Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2.10 VM virtual appliance delivers the full software stack, including the Oracle Linux 7.9 (64-bit) operating system, Oracle E-Business Suite, and additional required technology components.
The embedded technology components and their versions are listed in the table below:
|Technology Component||Version (and associated MOS Doc ID if applicable)|
|RDBMS Oracle Home||Oracle Database 19c (19.9 RU)|
|Application Code Level||
|Oracle Forms and Reports||10.1.2.3|
|Oracle WebLogic Server||10.3.6.0.201020|
|Java Plugin 1||Oracle Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8 Update 271|
|Critical Patch Update (CPU)||October 2020 (MOS Note 2707309.1)|
1 Java Web Start is enabled by default on this latest appliance. Refer to Using Java Web Start with Oracle E-Business Suite (MOS Note 2188898.1) for information about the use of Java Web Start with Oracle E-Business Suite.
With Oracle VM Virtual Appliance for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.10, the required setup tasks for enabling Oracle E-Business Suite REST services provided through Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway are already preconfigured. This means that Oracle E-Business Suite integration interface definitions published in Oracle Integration Repository, a component in Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway, are available for REST service deployment.
Note that PL/SQL APIs, Java Bean Services, Application Module Services, Business Service Objects, Open Interface Tables and Views, and Concurrent Programs are all REST-enabled in this VM virtual appliance.