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  • April 4, 2016

StreamExplorer and Oracle Event Processor – installation instructions to quickly get going by Lucas Jellema

Juergen Kress
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clip_image002This article discusses the installation of Oracle Event Processor 12c on Linux 64bit and the subsequent installation of Stream Explorer on top of OEP 12c. This article assumes Linux 64bit as the operating system. More specifically: it assumes the environment that can be produced following the instructions in my article Quickly produce a Linux 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop environment using Vagrant and Puppet – as starting point for Oracle installations – Ubuntu 14.04 64bit plus Desktop and JDK 7U79. Note that other Linux 64bit environments are probably fine (even better maybe as Ubuntu is not officially certified with OEP). Note that in a subsequent article I am going to leverage Vagrant and Puppet to automatically install OEP and Stream Explorer – so as to stamp out VM images for researching OEP and SX without manual actions.

I assume that the Linux environment has a user oracle in a group oracle and a directory (tree) /u01/app/oracle of which user oracle is the owner. This directory is where the ORACLE_HOME will be based.

The following steps are required:

1. Download Software Packages for OEP and SX and JDeveloper

2. Install Oracle Event Processor

3. Install Stream Explorer (as OPatch on top of OEP)

4. Create an OEP Domain

5. Start the OEP Domain and access Stream Explorer in browser

optional: 6. Install JDeveloper and create a connection to OEP domain

1. Download Software Packages for OEP and SX and JDeveloper

Go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/complex-event-processing/downloads/index.html, accept the OTN license agreement, and download three files:

  • OEP – ofm_sx_generic_12.
  • Stream Explorer – ofm_sx_generic_12.
  • (optional) JDeveloper – fmw_12.

Read the complete article here.

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