Fusion Middleware 11g How To Part 2

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Installation of Oracle WebLogic Server on 64 bit Operating Systems for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g

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  • Fusion Middleware 11g How To Part 2

    1. 1. Fusion Middleware How To Series Installation WebLogic Server Dirk Nachbar http://dirknachbar.blogspot.com http://web20technologies.wordpress.com
    2. 2. WebLogic Server • The WebLogic Server is the base for every installation of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (11.1.1.2.0) • Here it will be shown how to install the Oracle WebLogic Server on a Oracle Linux Enterprise Server 5 x86-64
    3. 3. WebLogic Server • For the usage of the WebLogic Server under 64 bit Operating Systems we have to install before a certified JDK • For 32 bit Operating Systems the WebLogic Server installation software have included the necessary JDK (either SUN JDK or JRockit)
    4. 4. Necessary Software • For the installation we will need the Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3.2 and Oracle JRockit 3.1.2 for Java 1.6 • The software can be found under • http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/ products/ias/htdocs/wls_main.html • For the WebLogic Server choose the download option „Package Installer - Generic“ • http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/ products/jrockit/index.html • Choose either JRockit Mission Control for Java 1.6 or JRockit Real Time for Java 1.6
    5. 5. Installation of JRockit • Just transfer the JRockit installation file to any directory of your server and start the installation file with • ./jrrt-3.1.2-1.6.0-linux-x64.bin
    6. 6. Installation of JRockit • Just acknowledge the Welcome Screen
    7. 7. Installation of JRockit • Define your installation directory
    8. 8. Installation of JRockit • Choose optional components likes „Demos & Samples“ or „Source Code“ • For the usage with the WebLogic Server we don‘t need anything else
    9. 9. Installation of JRockit • Aknowledge the Completion Screen
    10. 10. Installation of WebLogic Server • After the successfull installation of the JRockit 3.1.2 for Java 1.6 we can install the WebLogic Server 10.3.2 • Change to the directory where you place the installation software of the WebLogic Server • Set following environment variables: • export JAVA_HOME=/u00/app/oracle/product/ fmw-11.1.1/jrrt-3.1.2-1.6.0 • export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH • Start the installation with: • java -jar wls1032_generic.jar
    11. 11. Installation of WebLogic Server • Just acknowledge the Welcome Screen
    12. 12. Installation of WebLogic Server • Define your Fusion Middleware Home
    13. 13. Installation of WebLogic Server • If you choose my directory structure a warning will popup as under the choosen directory the JRockit installation is already located. Just aknowledge this warning
    14. 14. Installation of WebLogic Server • Choose if you want to receive security updates through Oracle Support (Metalink)
    15. 15. Installation of WebLogic Server • Choose the Installation Type, either Typical or Custom • Typical is ok
    16. 16. Installation of WebLogic Server • As we set before the installation of the WebLogic Server already the variable JAVA_HOME, the installer will automaticly detect the JRockit 3.1.2 for Java 1.6
    17. 17. Installation of WebLogic Server • Define your WebLogic Server installation directory • normally under the Fusion Middleware Home
    18. 18. Installation of WebLogic Server • Aknowledge the Installation Summary
    19. 19. Installation of WebLogic Server • Just wait :-)
    20. 20. Installation of WebLogic Server • Installation completed • unmark the option „Run Quickstart“, as the necessary domains will be created with the specific Fusion Middleware Component Installations
    21. 21. Dirk Nachbar http://dirknachbar.blogspot.com http://web20technologies.wordpress.com

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