In this post I will quickly go through the steps that are necessary in order to install Oracle B2B and create a SOA domain that you can use.
I will consider that the installation will be used for a development environment and that it is done on the Linux machine.
Note that prior to the installation of B2B you will need to have machine running a Database and perform the installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure and of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c SOA Suite and Business Process Management on the same machine where you will be installing B2B. You will also need to have the latest Oracle JDK 7 Update installed on that same machine.
The necessary software can be downloaded using Oracle eDelivery:
To install Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure please refer to:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure
To install Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c SOA Suite and Business Process Management please refer to:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring Oracle SOA Suite and Business Process Management
I'm considering that a new domain will be configured from scratch. If a SOA domain was already created previously a few of the next steps can be ignored and the existing domain can be extend to include B2B. If that is the case, for the next steps, remember to shutdown any running instances of Weblogic Server.
1. The first part of the installation will be to install the software:
After you have downloaded the V44421-01.zip file unzip it: Read the complete article here.
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