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Obia11.1.1.10.1 installation and configuration on Unix platform

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Obia11.1.1.10.1 installation and configuration on Unix platform

  1. 1. OBIA 11.1.1.10.1 Installation and configuration steps Below is the flow of installation 1. Installation of oracle database 12.1.0.2 2. Installing/upgrading Java 3. Creating RCU schema for OBIEE 11.1.1.9.0 4. Installing OBIEE 11.1.1.9.0 5. Installing ODI 11.1.1.9.0(Skip configuration) 6. Creating RCU schema for OBIA 7. Installing OBIA 11.1.1.10.1 8. Applying patches 9. Configuring OBIA 11.1.1.10.1 10. Creating ODI connection for master and Work repository 11. Setting up the source file location for ETL in ODI Studio.  Installationoforacle database 12.1.0.2  Finish the Pre-installation tasks for database installation Copy the softwares to a hard disk 1. Create a directoryon the hard disk, outside of the Oracle base directory, to hold the Oracle software: 2. $ mkdir OraDb12c 3. Change the directory to the directoryyou created in Step 1: 4. $ cd OraDb12c 5. Mount the disk, if it is not mounted. Some platformsautomaticallymount the disk when you insert it into the drive. If the disk does not mount automatically, see the "Mounting Disks" section for platform-specificinformation. 6. Copy the contentsof the mounted disk to the corresponding new subdirectoryas follows: 7. $ cp -R /directory_path OraDb12c In this example, /directory_path is the disk mount point directory.
  2. 2. 8. If necessary, mount the next disk and repeat Step 4. Installing Oracle Database software 1. Log on as the Oracle software owner user (typically, oracle) to the computer on which you want to install Oracle components. 2. If you are installingthe software from installation media, mount the disk if it is not mounted. If the disk does not mount automatically, see the "MountingDisks" section for platform-specific information. Some platformsautomaticallymount the disk when you insert the installation media into the drive. 3. To start Oracle Universal Installer, complete one of the following stepsdependingon the location of the installation files: 4. If the installation files are on installation media, enter commandssimilar to the following, where directory_path is the path of the database directory on the installation media: $ /directory_path/runInstaller If the installation files are on the hard disk, change the directory to the database directory and enter the following command: $ ./runInstaller 5. When the configuration assistant tasks are complete click finish, click Exit, then click Yes to exit from Oracle Universal Installer. 6. During the database installation, when Oracle Universal Installer promptsyou to run a script with root privileges,enter a command similar to the following in a terminal where you are logged in as the root user, then click OK: 7. # /script_path/script_name For more information see the description in the Install Product screen in the table that follows. 8. See Chapter 7 for information about tasks that you must complete after you install Oracle Database. The following table lists the various screens displayed duringan Enterprise Edition installation for Oracle Database 12c:
  3. 3. Screen1: Configure Security Updates :- Enter your email address,preferablyyour My Oracle Support email addressor user name in the Email field. Select the I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support check box to receive security updates. Enter your My Oracle Support password in the My Oracle Support Password field. Click Next. Screen2 : Select Installation Option:- Select one of the following installation options, and click Next:  Create and configure a database: This option createsa new database with sample schemas.  Install database software only: This option only installsthe database binaries. To configure the database, you must run Oracle Database Configuration Assistant after the software installation.  Upgrade an existingdatabase: Thisoption installsthe software binariesin a new Oracle home. After the installation, you can upgrade the existingdatabase. Screen3: System Class:- Select the type of system for installingthe database, and click Next.  Desktop Class: Select this option if you are installingon a laptop or desktop class system. This option includesa starter database and enablesa minimal configuration. This option is designed for those who want to get the database runningquickly. See Also: "Settingthe ORACLE_HOSTNAMEEnvironment Variable"  Server Class: Select this option if you are installingon a server class system, such as what you would use when deployingOracle Database in a production data center. This option provides more advanced configuration options. Advanced configuration options available usingthis option include Oracle RAC, Oracle ASM, backup and recovery configuration, integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, and more fine-grained memorytuning, amongmany others. Screen4: Grid Installation Options:- Select the type of database installation you want to perform, and click Next.  Single instance database installation: Thisoption installsthe database and the listener.  Oracle Real Application Clustersdatabase installation: Thisoption installsOracle Real Application Clusters.  Oracle RACOne Node database installation: Thisoption installsthe Oracle RAC One Node database. Screen5: Select Install type:-
  4. 4. Select one of the following, and click Next:  Typical Install: Thisinstallation method is selected by default. It lets you quickly install Oracle Database using minimal input. It installsthe software and optionally createsa general-purpose database usingthe information that you specify on thisscreen.  Advanced Install: Thisinstallation method enablesyou to perform more complex installations, such as creating individual passwordsfor different accounts, creatingspecific typesof starter databases(for example, for transaction processing or data warehouse systems), usingdifferent language groups,specifying email notifications, and so on. Screen6: Select Product Languages:- This option enablesyou to select the language in which you want to run the product. Select the product language from the Available Languageslist, and move it to the Selected Languageslist. Click Next. Screen7: Select Database Edition:- Select Enterprise Edition, Standard Edition, Standard Edition One, or Standard Edition 2. Click Next. See Also: "Enablingand DisablingDatabase Options" for information about enablingand disabling components that are installed with Oracle Database. "Product-SpecificPostinstallation Tasks" for information about configuring components that are installed with Oracle Database. Screen8: Specify Installation Location:- The Oracle base path appearsby default. You can change thispath based on your requirement. Specify Oracle Base, Software Location, and click Next. The Oracle base directory is a top-level directoryfor Oracle software installationsowned by an Oracle installation owner account. The default Oracle base path is mountpoint/app/user, where user is the user account runningthe installation. You can change the path based on your requirements. In the Software Location field, accept the default value or enter the Oracle home directory path in which you want to install the Oracle software.The directory path must not contain spaces. Click Next. Note: This screen is available only with Advanced Installation. Ensure that the Oracle home path for the database home and the Oracle base path use only ASCII characters.At the time of thisrelease, the use of non-ASCII charactersfor an Oracle database home or Oracle base is not supported. Screen9: Create Inventory:- This screen is displayed if thisis the first time you are installingOracle software on your system.
  5. 5. You are prompted byOracle Universal Installer to specify the Inventory Directory path for the central inventory the first time you install any Oracle software on your computer. Select the oraInventory Group Name of the operatingsystem group that will own the Oracle Inventory directory (the Oracle Inventorygroup). Click Next. Note: By default, the Oracle Inventory directoryis not installed under the Oracle Base directory. This is because all Oracle software installationsshare a common Oracle Inventory, so there is only one Oracle Inventoryfor all users, whereasthere is a separate Oracle Base directory for each user. Screen10: Select Configuration Type:- Select one of the following, and click Next:  General Purpose / Transaction Processing: This is a starter database designed for general usage or transaction-heavyapplications.  Data Warehousing: A starter database optimized to run Data Warehousingapplications. Screen11: Specify Database Identifiers:- Provide the following information, and click Next: Database Naming Provide the Global Database Name usingthe following syntax: db_unique_name.db_domain  db_unique_name is the name of the database. It can contain a maximum of 30 charactersif the first 8 charactersare unique and begin with an alphabeticcharacter. The characterscan include alphanumeric, underscore (_), dollar sign ($), and pound sign (#), no other special charactersare permitted in a database name.  db_domain is the computer environment used for the database. It can contain no more than 128 characters(alphanumeric, underscore (_), and pound sign (#)), inclusive of all periods. Screen12: Specify Configuration Options:- Provide the following configuration information, and click Next: Memory: Select the Enable Automatic Memory Management option to allow the database toautomatically distribute memorybetween SGA and PGA. If you do not select this option, then the SGA and PGA must be sized manually. See Also: "Consider Memory Allocation and AutomaticMemory Management"
  6. 6. Character Sets: This option enablesyou to store the character data in the database in one of the following methods:  Use the default: This option uses the operating system language settings.  Use Unicode: This option enablesyou to store multiple language groups  Choose from the following list of character sets: This option enablesthe Select Database Character Set drop down list. Screen13: Specify Database Storage Options:- Select one of the following options, and click Next.  File System: Specify the database file location.  Oracle AutomaticStorage Management. Screen14: Specify Management Options:- This screen givesyou the option to manage your database usingOracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. Select Register with Enterprise Manager (EM) Cloud Control and specify the following for Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control configuration, and click Next:  OMS Host: The system name where the Management repository is running.  OMS Port: The Oracle Enterprise Manager port number to receive requestsfrom the Management service.  EM Admin Username: The user name to log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager.  EM Admin Password: The password to log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager.  Specify password of ASMSNMP user: The password for the ASMSNMP user configured in Oracle ASM, required only if you choose Oracle ASM as your database storage option. Screen15: Specify Recovery Options:- Select Enable Recovery to enable recovery usingone of the following options:  Select File System to use a file system directoryfor the fast recovery area, and then specify the fast recovery area path in the Recovery Area location field.  Select Oracle Automatic Storage Management to use an AutomaticStorage Management disk group for the fast recovery area. Click Next. Screen16: Select ASM Disk Group:- This screen is displayed only if you select Oracle AutomaticStorage Management as your storage option in the Specify Storage Option screen. Disk groupsare created duringthe Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation. Diskgroups are configured with the SYSASM privilege using asmcmd or SQL create diskgroup commands. An ASM disk group consists of multiple diskpartitions.
  7. 7. The table in thisscreen displaysexistingdisk groups created duringthe Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation. Select the disk group to use for database file storage. Screen17: Specify Schema Passwords:- Enter and confirm passwords for the privileged database accounts: SYS, SYSTEM, and DBSNMP. If you chose to create the database as a CDB, then Oracle Universal Installer alsoasks for the PDBADMIN password. Click Next. Screen18: Privileged Operating System Groups:- The operatingsystem groups are selected by default. You can also manuallyselect the OSDBA and OSOPER groups. Select the OSBACKUPDBA, OSDGDBA, and OSKMDBA groups. Click Next. Screen19: Perform Prerequisite Checks:- This option verifies that the minimum system requirementstoperform the database installation are met. If you click Check Again, then you can run the prerequisite checkagain to see if the minimum requirementsare met to carry on with the database installation. Click Fix & Check Again, if you want the installer to fix the problem and verify the system requirements again. Note: The Fix & Check Again option generatesa script that you must run as the root user. This generated script sets some system parametersto Oracle-recommended values. Oracle recommendsthat you do not modify the contents of thisscript. See Also: "UsingInstallation Fixup Scripts" for more information. To get a list of failed requirements,select ShowFailed from the list. To get a list of all the prerequirement checksrun by Oracle Universal Installer, select Show All. To get a list of the prerequirement checksthat are successful, select Show Succeeded. Note: Oracle recommends that you use caution when selectingthe Ignore All option. If you select this option, then Oracle Universal Installer maynot confirm that your system can install Oracle Database successfully. Screen20: Summary:-
  8. 8. Review the information displayed on this screen, and click Install. Note: You can save all the installation stepsinto a response file byclicking Save Response File. Later, thisfile can be used for a silent installation. Screen21: Install Product:- This screen displaysthe progress of a database installation. Duringthisprocess, the Execute Configuration Scriptswindow appears.Do not click OK until you run the root.sh and, if required, the orainstRoot.sh configuration scriptsmentioned in thisscreen as the root user. Click Next. This screen then displaysthe status information for the configuration assistantsthat configure the software and create a database. A message is displayed at the end of the Database Configuration Assistant process. Review the database information, speciallythe Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express URL, and click OK. Note: If thisis the first time you are installingOracle software on your system, then Oracle Universal Installer promptsyou to run the orainstRoot.sh script  Creating RCU for OBIEE 11.1.1.9.0 From the OBIEE Media package, goto rcu home/bin and run the rcu.sh file # rcu_home/bin ./rcu.sh -Click next on welcome screen -Select Create(to create rcu schema) -Give the database details >Database type:**Select Oracle database >Hostname:**Database host name >Port:**Database port number >Service Name:**database SID >Username:**User with DBA or sysdba privileges example sys >Password:**User password >Role:**sysdba Clik on Next..
  9. 9. -Create a new prefix for the Schema and select the component as shown below: Select Metadata and business Intelligence platform -Enter password for the Schemas and click next.. -Click on next for the tablespaces to get created by default -Click on Create  Installing OBIEE 11.1.1.9.0 -To start the OBIEE installation unzip all five of the OBIEE zipfiles to a temporary directory: -Then from the bishipship/Disk1 subdirectory run: # ./runInstaller -Skip the Welcomescreen -Skip the Sotware update -Select Enterprise installation -Let the prerequisites checks run -Create new BI system Give Username(Example Weblogic) Enter and confirmpassword Click next
  10. 10. -Specify a directory forthe Middleware home. The other fields willauto-fill with default values >Oracle Middleware home(Give the path where you wantto create middleware home) >Oracle Home Directory:**BIhome path(Auto-fills) >Weblogic server directory:**wlserverhome directory(auto-fills) >Domain home Location:**domain home(auto-fills) >Oracle Instance Location:**Instance1 directory path(auto-fills) >Oracle Instance name: (auto-fills) -Select all the four components(mandatory part for OBIA configuration) -Give the details of the BIPLATFORMschema we created in our previous step Database type:**Oracle Connect string :*Host:port:sid BIPlatformusername:**prefix_BIPLATFORM BIPLATFORMSchema password -Give the details of the MDS schema we created in our previous step Database type:**Oracle Connect string :*Host:port:sid BIPlatformusername:**prefix_MDS BIPLATFORMSchema password -Select Auto-port configuration -Skip security updates -Click on install -Once the installation is complete,save the summary details file  Check weblogic versionwhichgot installet withobiee
  11. 11. If the weblogic server is 10.3.5, ugrade to weblogic 10.3.6 by applying patch: 13529623 Before applying the patch, make sure you stop all the services and the node manager.  Installing Oracle data Integrator From the OBIA media pack, unzip the ODI files and run the installer using the command below by invoking java # ./runInstaller –jreLoc <java_path> For selecting the installation type, make sure to select the below components >Let the prerequisites check run >Specify Installation location : You must choose the Middleware home where OBIEE is installed. >Select weblogic as application server >In the repository configuration screen, Select skip configuration option as ODIwill be configured later with OBIA configuration.
  12. 12. >Click on Install and wait until installation completes.  Creating RCU for OBIA >Before running RCU, we need to copy the the dmp files to a new directory  obia_comp.dmp BI Apps repository  obia.dmp Data warehouse  obia_odi.dmp ODI Repository >From the rcu/bin directory run ./rcu >Use the same credentials used to create OBIEE rcu schema to create OBIA schema >Select all the component showing under oracle business intelligence application Prefix_DW Prefix_BIACOMP Prefix_ODIREPO >Give the schema password >in the Custom Variable screen, for the value column, give the path of the directory in which we had copied the dmp files >In map tablespace screen, Click on manage tablespaces and chenage the values of the below  BIAPPS_DW_DATA size- 20GB,Max size-Unlimited  BIAPPS_DW_IDX Size- 5GB,Max size-Unlimited  BIAPPS_DW_STG Size- 10GB,Max size-Unlimited  BIAPPS_DW_TMP-Size- 15GB,Max size-Unlimited >Click OK >Click on Create  Installing OBIA 11.1.1.10.1 >Unzip the downloaded media pack into a temporary directory go to the biappsshiphome directory and run:
  13. 13. ./runInstaller -jreLoc <OBIEE_HOME>/Oracle_BI1/jdk >Specify installation location: ** Here,change the bi home directory to Oracle_BI1 >Click on Install, Once the installation is done,click on Finish.  Applying Fusion middleware platform patches: Before beginning ensure OBIEE,ODIand Weblogic is stopped – including the node manager. There are a number of patches to various Fusion Middleware components that need to be applied before we can proceed. These patches are all supplied as part of the BI Apps media pack within three zip files. Your temporary patch directory should contain 5 sub-directories, biappsshiphome, odi, oracle_common, soa & weblogic These directories contain more zip files – these will be unzipped by the script that performs the patch installation. Now the patch script can be run. This uses perl and needs to be run from a command window Change directory to the <OBIEE_HOME>Oracle_BI1biappstoolsbin directory. The APPLY_PATCHES.pl script uses a parameter file, apply_patches_import.txt, to control its process and this is located in the same directory. You need to edit this file in a text editor and amend all of the paths specified. The original file looks like this:
  14. 14. Once the apply_patches_import.txt file is edited, run the following command to apply the patch # perl APPLY_PATCHES.pl <PARAM_INPUT_FILE_PATH> Youcan checkthe logofthe patch, presentin the WORKDIRdirectory  Updating ATG Lite and FSM >ATG Update, Use the below command using the suitable changes /u01/app/biapps/Oracle_BI1/jdk/bin/java -jar biappsrepositoryutil.jar upgradeATG bi.oracle.home=/u01/app/biapps/Oracle_BI1work.dir=/home/oracle/temp biacomp.user=BIAPPS_BIACOMPbiacomp.password=welcome1 db.conn.sid.url=dbserver:1521:ora12c atg.db.seed.url=dbserver:1521/ora12c.local.com db.sys.user=sysdb.sys.password=welcome1 > FSM Update, Use the below command using the suitable changes /u01/app/biapps/Oracle_BI1/jdk/bin/java -jar biappsrepositoryutil.jar upgradeFSM bi.oracle.home=/u01/app/biapps/Oracle_BI1work.dir=/home/oracle/temp biacomp.user=BIAPPS_BIACOMPbiacomp.password=welcome1 db.conn.sid.url= dbserver:1521:ora12c fsm.db.seed.url=dbserver:1521/ora12c.local.com db.sys.user=sysdb.sys.password=welcome1
  15. 15.  Configure BI Application At this point the BI Apps and ODI software has been installed but not yet deployed to the weblogic server. So the next step is run the configuration wizard to perform the deployments. In summary the following components are about to be deployed:  Oracle BI Applications Configuration Manager  Functional Setup Manager  ODI  Java EE Agent  ODI Console  Load Plan Generator Also an Administrator user for BI Apps will be created and the ODI repository will be configured. To start the configuration wizard locate and run the following command: <OBIEE_HOME>/Oracle_BI1/bin/configApps.sh > Skip past the welcomescreen: > Confirm the prerequisite checkspass ok: > Enter the password for the Weblogic admin user (the other fields should be default filled): > The next screen shows youthe home location details, but you can’t change anything > Select ‘BI Application Components’ to install: > You now need to specify a password for the OBIEE repository – a new RPDfile will be installed by this process. > Now youneed to provide the locationand user-id/password for the OBIEE MDS schema – created by the RCU when OBIEE wasinstalled. > Next comes the BI Apps repository schema – BIAPPS_BIACOMP,createdby the BI Apps RCU: > Then it needs the connectiondetails for the data warehouse schema, BIAPPS_DW: > And finally the ODIRepository schema, BIAPPS_ODI_REPO:
  16. 16. > Next youcan specify the ports, but again I’m keeping defaults – 9704 for BIACM and 15001 forthe ODI Console: > Then confirmthe details are correct beforestarting the configuration: > Let the configuration progress… > Take a note of the installation details (URLs etc) and save them before closing the Configuration tool.

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