Installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R2

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g installation is broadly covered in 5 steps

  1. Create Repository
  2. Install Weblogic Server
  3. Install SOA Suite
  4. Configure SOA Suite
  5. Install and configure JDeveloper

I would cover this to help setup 11g on desktop/laptop to play around or do development. I have not covered DB installation assuming that it has been already taken care of.

This is my overall configuration:

  • Dell 630 w/ Intel Core 2 Duo with 4 GB RAM
  • Windows Server 2008 / Vista 32-bit
  • Oracle Database 11.1.1.7.0
  • Weblogic Server 10.3.2
  • SOA Suite 11.1.1.2.0
  • JDeveloper 11.1.1.2.0

Step 1: Create Repository

  • Start rcu.bat (.sh), welcome screen click next

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  • on step 1 select "create" and click next

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  • step 2, provide DB details and click next

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  • step 3 select schemas you want to create and click next

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  • step 4 provide passwords and click next

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  • step 5 accept default values click next

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  • step 6 summary screen click create

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  • Summary screen appears once process is complete. click close.

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This completes our step 1 for

Step 2: Installation of Weblogic Server

  • Run weblogic server installer wls1032_win32.exe. Welcome screen appears, click next

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  • Create new fusion middleware home directory, click next

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  • Can't get my configuration working so skipping it. We can configure it later after install

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  • Choose "custom" install type and click next

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  • Deselect "Server Example" and click next

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  • Select JRockit as default JDK (my preference). Can switch default JDKs even after install

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  • Provide weblogic server installation directory and click next

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  • Select "NO" service to be created for node manager and click next. We can create this service later

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  • Make your selection for shortcuts and click next

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  • Check summary screen and click next. This will begin installation of weblogic server

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  • Wait for installation to complete

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  • Installation complete screen appears, uncheck "run quickstart" and click done

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This completes step 2, next step is to install SOA suite component.

Step 3: Installing Oracle SOA Suite

  • Run soa suite installer by clicking setup.exe. On welcome screen click next

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  • Once it passes pre-requisite check, click next

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  • Provide middleware home directory and folder name where you want soa suite to be installed

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  • Verify summary screen and click install

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  • Please wait for installation to complete

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  • Once installation completes, click next

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  • View completion summary and click finish

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This completes our step 3 now the next step is to configure SOA suite

Step 4: Configure SOA Suite

  • Run config.cmd form FMW_HOME/<SOA_DIR>/common/bin. This will initiate weblogic domain configuration by initiating wizard. On welcome screen, select new domain and click next

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  • Select components as per screen and click next

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  • Provide domain name and click next

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  • Provide admin username and password. Click next

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  • Select startup mode and default JDK (I choose JRockit) and click next

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  • Provide MDS information and click next. This would initiate test screen to validate settings provided for MDS

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  • Once successful, click next on test component screen

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  • Check all components on optional configuration screen. We have to do it because I will be installing all components in one server rather than default configuration of admin server, soa server and bam server. This runs better on my laptop. I would not recommend it DEV environment either.

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  • Provide server name and click next

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  • Delete both the servers from managed server screen and click next

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  • Click next on configure cluster screen

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  • Accept default values on configure machine screen and click next

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  • Move your SOAServer to localmachine and click next

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  • Check deployments and click next

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  • Select services on cluster and click next

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  • Accept default values for JMS Store and click next

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  • Click next on security screen

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  • Check summary screen and click create

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  • When creation completes, click done. Do not start admin server right now.

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  • Change memory arguments in setDomainEnv.cmd. Easiest option to do it to set USER_MEM_ARGS variable
    • set USER_MEM_ARGS = -Xms1024m -Xmx1024m -Xmn614m -XX:PermSize=256m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m
  • Configure ORACLE BAM with custom port 7001 (default is 9001)
    • Edit file FMW_HOME/SOA_HOME/bam/config/BAMICommandConfig.xml
      • <ADCServerPort>7001</ADCServerPort>
    • Start Server
    • Edit following file under MW_HOME\user_projects\domains\<DOMAIN_NAME>\servers\<SERVER_NAME>\tmp\_WL_user\oracle-bam_11.1.1\<RANDOM_NUBMER>\APP-INF\classes\config\
      • BAMWebConfig.xml >> <ServerPort>7001</ServerPort>
      • BAMServerConfig.xml >> <ADCServerPort>7001</ADCServerPort>
      • BAMCommonConfig.xml >> <ApplicationURL>http://localhost:7001</ApplicationURL>
    • Restart server
  • Check all the components

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Step 5: Installing and configuring JDeveloper

  • Run jdevstudio11112install image

  • Click next on welcome screen

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  • Select FMW home and click next. Please remember to select the one where we installed weblogic 10.3.2 and SOA Suite 11g R2

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  • Accept defaults at component screen and click next

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  • Select JDK and click next

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  • Choose installation folder and click next

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  • Check summary and click next

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  • Installation progress screen appears, wait for installation to finish

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  • Click Done

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  • Start JDeveloper 11g, choose default role and click ok

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  • "Select All" or select the ones your want.

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  • After Installation completes, click finish

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This finishes SOA 11g R2 installation.

Comments:

Hello, Does this version come as an upgrade patch to SOA Suite 11g R1 ? .. I have a R1 installation, and wanted to upgrade to R2. I did find an upgrade patch for WebLogic (from 10.3.1 to 10.3.2), I was hoping to upgrade the SOA suite in a similar fashion. regards, Rehan Yusuf

Posted by Rehan Yusuf on November 23, 2009 at 04:02 PM EST #

My apologies for a double post, I was also wondering, if we don't have a upgrade patch, could we run the R2 suite as another managed server .. in the same domain / or another ? regards, Rehan Yusuf

Posted by Rehan Yusuf on November 23, 2009 at 04:07 PM EST #

good 1

Posted by rupali on February 02, 2010 at 09:37 PM EST #

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