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  • 1. Peoplesoft Installation Steps 1: Install Oracle 8i/9i 1.1. File Locations: 1.1.1. Source – Path : Enter the path from where we are installing i.e., Backup or the Cd-Drive. If you have the oracle backup in “j:oracle” folder then we give the path as “j:oracle”. 1.1.2. Destination – Name: Leave it as default. 1.1.3. Destination – Path: Mention the path where oracle is to be installed. For example, if we want to install Oracle in “c:” then change the drive in default path “c:” and keep the folders as default. 1.2. Available products: Select “Oracle 9i Database 9.2.0.1.0”. 1.3. Installation Types: Select “Enterprise Edition”. 1.4. Database Configuration: Select “General Purpose”. 1.5. Keep the port number as default which is shown. 1.6. Database Identification: Give the name of the database that is to be created, for example if we want to create a database named “ORDEMO” then specify it in both Global Database Name and SID. Note: While giving the Database name itself we can see the same in SID. 1.7. Database File Location: Here we can see some default value in “Directory for Database Files”, just check the path and assign it to the drive where oracle is Installed i.e., if oracle is installed in “d:” then check the drive if it is “d:” then go to next screen else change it to “d:” 1.8. Database Character Set: We can select any option i.e. “Default Character Set” or “Unicode Character Set”. Select “Unicode Character Set”. 1.9. Click Install. 1.10. We will get a screen in the process named “Database Configuration Assistant” give the SYS’s and SYSTEM’s password and then click “OK”. 1.11. Oracle will be installed. 1.12. We will see a screen opened named “Oracle HTTP Server”, we go to “Start>Programs>Oracle-OraHome92>Oracle HTTP Server>Stop HTTP Server Powered by Apache” to stop the service. 1.13. This completes Oracle installation. 2. PeopleSoft Tools Installation. 2.1. Click the “setup.exe” file where "PeopleSoft Tools” Backup/Cds available. 2.2. Click “I agree”. 2.3. Give serial key as “XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX”.
  • 2. 2.4. Click the Database character set that is selected for Oracle. (1.8). 2.5. See that all the check boxes are checked (marked). 2.6. Give the path where PeopleSoft Tools to be installed. For example, if we want to install in “g:pst” then give the path as “g:pst”. We can also leave it as default. 2.7. Enterprise Resource Planning Connectors: Check “NO”. 2.8. Connectivity Program Directory: Leave it as default. 2.9. Click “YES” for installing PeopleSoft Icons. 2.10. Keep every screen as default to complete the installation. 2.11. Click “Finish” to complete the installation. 3. Installing EPM 8.9. (Enterprise Performance management) 3.1. Click the “setup.exe” file where "EPM” Backup/Cds available. 3.2. Click “I Agree the License Agreement”. 3.3. Give key as “XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX”. 3.4. Click the Database character set that is selected for Oracle. (1.8). 3.5. See that all the check boxes are checked (marked). 3.6. We can leave it as default or we can even change it, for example, we can specify as “D:Ps” Here “Ps” is the folder where we installed PeopleSoft Tools. Note: EPM must be installed in PeopleSoft Tools folder only. 3.7. Click “Next” to all screens. 3.8. Click “Finish” to complete the installation. 4: Run SQL Scripts We can see these scripts in the path "folder..." we install PeopleSoft Tools. For example, if we install PeopleSoft Tools in "D:" and in the folder mentioned as 'PSTools' then we can find scripts at "D:PSToolsscriptsnt". 4a) Create a Folder by name "Log" (This will be useful for further reference, All the script files with commands will be stored in this folder) For Example if you are creating it in’d’ drive, then specify "d:Log" this in every script at Spool statement. Modify and Run only these files in the SAME ORDER in SQL PLUS either from dos prompt or from the SQL,
  • 3. *** Rem: Always run these scripts when connected as SYSDBA or as SYSTEM(it is must). 1) Utlspace.sql 4.1.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 4.1.2. "@%ORACLE_HOME%rdbmsadmincatalog.sql" use REM as the Prefix to all statements of this type, this can be modified and seen as “REM@%ORACLE_HOME%rdbmsadmincatalog.sql" 4.1.3. Specify the path where the oracle database (SID) is present in place of ":oradata" i.e., If we have installed oracle in " 'd' drive, 'oracle' folder and with database (SID) as 'EPMDEMO' " then we have to give as "d:oracleoradataEPMDEMO". 'oradata' need not be changed (this is the folder where the database will be created). 2) DbOwner.sql 4.2.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 4.2.2. Modify this statement by adding the database name at the end of it. i.e., If the Database (SID) in oracle is created as 'DATAORA' then, "CONNECT PS/PS" is modified as "CONNECT PS/PS@DATAORA" 4.2.3. This "CONNECT SYSTEM/MANAGER" should be changed to "CONNECT SYSTEM/@ " the App. Password and Database Name should be the same as what we have given/created in Oracle. For example, in oracle if we give the system password as "oraclesys" and the Database (SID) as "ODATA" then we give "CONNECT SYSTEM/oraclesys@ODATA". 3) PFDDL.sql 4.3.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 4.3.2. Specify the path where the oracle database (SID) is present in place of ":oradata" i.e., If we have installed oracle in " 'd' drive, 'oracle' folder and with database (SID) as 'EPMDEMO' " then we have to give as "d:oracleoradataEPMDEMO". 'oradata' need not be changed (this is the folder where the database will be created).
  • 4. 4.3.3. Replace all "REMARK ALTER" statements with "ALTER". 4) Psroles.sql 4.4.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 5) Psadmin.sql 4.5.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 4.5.2. In the place of "&ADMIN" give "SYSADM" and In place of "&PASSWORD" give "SYSADM" and In place of "&TSPACE" give "PSDEFAULT"(wherever we find in this script). Note: Even though if it asks for input details of Username, Password and table name then we give as Enter name of PeopleSoft Owner ID: SYSADM Enter PeopleSoft Owner ID password: SYSADM Enter desired default table space: PSDEFAULT 4.5.3. This "CONNECT SYSTEM/MANAGER" should be changed to "CONNECT SYSTEM/@ " The App. Password and Database Name should be same as what we have given/created in Oracle. For example, In oracle if we give the system password as "oraclesys" and the Database (SID) as "ODATA" then we give "CONNECT SYSTEM/oraclesys@ODATA ". 4.5.4. "@%ORACLE_HOME%rdbmsadmincatalog.sql" use REM as the Prefix to all statements of this type, this can be modified and seen as "REM @%ORACLE_HOME%rdbmsadmincatalog.sql" 6) Connect.sql 4.6.1. Give Log path to Spool. (4a). 5: Now go to Start->Programs->PeopleTools 8.46->Configuration Manager Configuration Manager 8.46
  • 5. Database Type: Oracle Database Name: ODB User Id: VP1 (VP [one]) Connect Id: people Connect Password peop1e (peep [one] e) Connect Password [confirm] peop1e (peop [one] e) *** Here "ODB” is the Database Name that we have given/created in Oracle. 6: Go to Start->Programs->PeopleTools 8.46->Data Mover PeopleSoft Signon Connection Type Oracle Database Name DATAB User ID SYSADM Password SYSADM *** Here “DATAB” is the Database Created/given in Oracle. 6.1. Go to File Database Setup Database Setup Select Target Database Oracle (default) Database Type Non-Unicode/Unicode *** Here Database Type is selected based on the Oracle Database For Example, if we select Unicode in Oracle then we have to select the same here. Click Next 6.2. Database Setup – Select PeopleSoft Application 6.2.1. Click Database Type as “Demo”. 6.2.2. In PeopleSoft Application we find “PeopleSoft EPM Database – US English”, Click Add
  • 6. 6.2.3. We can see “PeopleSoft EPM Database – US English” in Data Mover Scripts to Create box. Click Next 6.3. Database Setup – Database Parameters Database Name PSOFT Symbolic ID PSOFT Access ID SYSADM Access Password SYSADM Connect ID PEOPLE/people *** Here “PSOFT” is the Database Created/given in Oracle. *** Here Database Name and Symbolic ID is given the same. Click Finish 7: Create another folder, for example, create a folder named “dmlog” in “e:” or we can use the same log folder used for scripts in (4a) then we have to give the path as “e:dmlog” In Data Mover, some scripts will be generated 7.1. Replace “c:docume~1userlocals~1temp” with the log folder created (7). 7.2. Go to File -> Run Script 7.3. Some log files are generated in the folder mentioned (7.1). Look for successful completion in the following log files i. epengs.log ii. epengl.log iii. encrypt.log iv. triggers.log v. views.log (Errors are acceptable)
  • 7. vi. temptbls.log Note: The scripts will stop running when it comes to views.log with some errors giving the message “Unsuccessful Completion”, save this and Then we have to open a new Data Mover window and copy the last statements in the scripts in the saved file which is related to Temp Tables i.e., REM - CREATE TEMP TABLES / SET LOG d:epmdemologlogtemptbls.log; CREATE_TEMP_TABLE *; Again run these scripts (This is not compulsory/necessary). 8: Install BEAWeblogic 8.1. Click the “setup.exe” file where “BEA WebLogic” Backup/Cds available. 8.2. Check “Yes” to Agree the terms of license. 8.3. Specify the directory/path where BEA is to be installed. For example we have to install in "f:" drive then the path in the screen should be "f:bea". 8.4. Check Install Type as "Complete". 8.5. Leave the product directory as default and click "Next". 8.6. Click "Done" button to complete the installation process. 8.4. From the source of the BEA i.e., Backup Dump/Software CD copy all the files from the license folder to the folder where we install this BEA Weblogic. For example, if we install BEA Weblogic in “d:bea" then we have to go to source if cd drive is “x” then go to “x: weblogic8.1license” and copy all the files from this path to “d:bea” where the BEA Weblogic is installed. 8.5. In command prompt, go to folder where you have your weblogic installation files and do the following For example, if we install BEA Weblogic in “d:bea" then we have to go to command prompt and type “d:bea>InstallPSLicense.cmd d:bea”
  • 8. ***NOTE: The steps 8.6 and 8.7 are not necessary. 8.6. To install Service go to command prompt and do following i. cd c:beawlserver6.1configmydomainsetenv.cmd ii. e:wls61sp2_upgrade_win.exe 8.7. To check if weblogic installed properly i. Go to http://localhost:7001 ( web server index page) 9: Install TuxedoJolt 9.1. Click the “pstuxinstall.exe” file where “Tuxedo” Backup/Cds available. 9.2. BEA Home being defaulted to "C:bea" [y]: -- Give the path where BEA Home is installed, for example, if BEA Home is installed in "g:bea" then we give 'n' in this statement and give the path in the next statement. 9.3. Tuxedo 8.1 will be installed to "C:beaTuxedo8.1" ? [y]: y Here path will be shown (9.2) and we give "y". 9.4. TListen port being defaulted to 3050 ? [y]: y (default). 9.5. Accept default TListen password 'password' ? [y]: y. 9.6. Are you happy with your selections ? [y]: y. 9.7. Now Tuxedo 8.1 will be installed on your system... 9.8. Press any key to Finish the installation. Note: We have to Restart the system after installing TuxedoJolt. 10: Configuring Application Server 10.1. Go to the folder where we have installed PeopleSoft Tools, Suppose that we installed in “e:psof”. 10.2. Go to “e:psofappserv” and we can see a file named “psadmin.exe”. 10.3. Double click (Run) “psadmin.exe” file. 10.3.1. PeopleSoft Server Administration i. 1 (Application Server) ii. 2 (Create domain, give domain name same as Database Name mentioned in Oracle, Ex: DBASE) iii. 3 (Medium) iv. Would you like to configure this domain now? [y]: y v. Quick-configure menu – domain: DBASE vi. Make the following changes in the settings 15. UserId: VP1 (VP [one])
  • 9. 16. UserPswd: VP1 (VP [one]) 18. Oracle path: c:oracleora81bin (leave it default after checking the path of the directory “bin” in the folders where Oracle is installed. 22. WSL Port: 7000(default, change it to any number like 70xx, Ex: 7011, 7025, 7033…) 23. JSL Port: 9000(default, change it to any number like 90xx, Ex: 9011, 9025, 9033…) 10.3.2. 11. Load this Domain 10.3.3. 1. Boot this Domain 10.3.4. After booting, we should get messages as “14 Processes Started”. 10.4. Press "q" in all the menus to close the window. ***** 10.5. We can also keep the window minimized. 11: Configuring Web Server 11.1. Go to the folder where we have installed PeopleSoft Tools, Suppose that we installed in “d:pplsft”. 11.2. Go to “d:pplsft setupmpinternet” and we can see a file named “setup.exe”. 11.3. Double click (Run) “setup.exe” file. 11.3.1. Give the path where we have installed Peoplesoft here “d:pplsft”; Here it will show the correct path by default (Just check the path). 11.3.2. Select “BEA WebLogic Server” 11.3.3. Give the path where we have installed BEA WebLogic, if we install it in “e:beawl” then give path as “e:beawl”. 11.3.4. Give the database name created in oracle as the domain name. For Example, if we create “DATAB” database in oracle we specify it here. 11.3.5. Select all the check boxes in the next screen i.e., “Please select the application packages to deploy”. 11.3.6. Select “Single Server Domain” in the next screen where it asks for the “Configuration to install”. 11.3.7. Keep the website name as default which will be shown as “ps”. (We can also change it). 11.3.8. Port Numbers and Summaries
  • 10. AppServer Name: comp1 (default) JSL Port: 90xx HTTP Port: 80xx HTTPS Port: 443 Authentication Token Domain (Optional): (leave it blank) Note: JSL Port: 9000(default, change it to any number like 90xx, Ex: 9011, 9025… Note: HTTP Port: 80(default, change it to any number like 80xx, Ex: 8011, 8025… 11.3.9. Keep the next screen default values Web Profile Name, User ID, Password 11.3.10. Repository location can be default (Can also be changed). 11.3.11. Click “Install” 12. After completing the Installation 12.1. Go to the folder where PeopleSoft is installed suppose that “D:psoft” and go to the folder “D:psoftwebservEPMDEMO” there we will find "startPIA.cmd", Double click it wait, until it displays “started PIA in production mode”. 12.2. If 10.4 is followed we have to follow these steps else not required, i.e., if appserver window is closed we have to follow these steps. Go to “D:psoftappserv”and click "psadmin.cmd" and follow the steps 12.2.1. 1(application server) 12.2.2. 1 (Administer domain) 12.2.3. 1(domain i.e., Oracle Database Name) 12.2.4. 1(Boot this domain) 12.2.5. Wait until the message “14 processes are started” is displayed 13. After it gets started Go to internet browser and enter http://localhost :( HTTP port number)/psp/ps/? Cmd=login (11.3.8) Enter Username : VP1 Password : VP1 (VP [one]).

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