We are pleased to announce that the Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.9 VM Virtual Appliance is now available from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud.
You can use this appliance to create an Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2.9 Vision demonstration instance on a single, unified virtual machine running both the application tier and database tier services.
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 12.2.9 VM virtual appliance delivers the full software stack, including the Oracle Linux 6.10 (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||18.104.22.168|
|Application Code Level||
|Oracle Forms and Reports||10.1.2.3|
|Java Plugin||J2SE 1.7|
|Critical Patch Update (CPU)||July 2019 (MOS Note 2555452.1)|
With Oracle VM Virtual Appliance for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.9, 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, Open Interface Tables and Views and Concurrent Programs are all REST-enabled in this VM virtual appliance.