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New FMW 12c Vagrant project by Martien van den Akker

Juergen Kress
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Introduction

Several years ago I blogged about automatic creation of Fusion Middleware environments. See for instance this article on installation, this one on the domain creation and these notes. In between I wrote several articles on issues I got, start/stop scripts, etc. Later I found out about Vagrant and since then I worked with that. And this I enhanced through the years, for instance, nowadays I use different provisioners to setup my environment. Until this week I struggeled with a Oracle Linux 7 Update 7 box, as I wrote earlier this week. For my current customer I needed to create a few B2B environments. So I got back to my vagrant projects and scripts and build a Vagrant project that can create a SOA/BPM/OSB+B2B environment. You can find it on GitHub in my ol77_soa12c project, with the scripts in this folder.

You'll need to get a Oracle Linux 7U7 Vagrant base box yourself. I tried to create one based on the simple base box of Oracle, as I wrote earlier this year. But in the end I created a simple base install of OL7U7, with one disk, and a Server with GUI package, a vagrant user (with password vagrant). As you can read in earlier articles.Also  you'll need to download the installer zips from edelivery.oracle.com.

Modularisation

What I did with my scripts in this revision, is that I split up the main method of the domain creation script: Read the complete article here

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