Oracle WebLogic 11g and SOA 11g Installation on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7
This article assumes you have an existing server (real or virtual) with Oracle Linux 5.x. installed on it.Here i did the basic Installation of Oracle Linus 5.7 with no extra package groups for this installation.And after Linux you have to Install 11g database.
Everything in the installation will be 64-bit.
Download Weblogic Server & JDK from following links :
The following actions should be performed by the “root” user.
Make sure the “/etc/hosts” file contains correct entries for both the “localhost” and real host names.
127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4
192.168.1.20 fmw.oracle.com fmw
Install the JDK.
Go to the software location which you have copied and run the jdk directly as below as a root user
[root@fmw ~]$cd /u01/FMW
[root@fmw oracle]# ./jdk-6u38-linux-x64-rpm.bin
Create a new group and user:
You will create this user and group already while doing 11g Installation, so no need to do this step
[root@fmw ~]# groupadd -g 1000 oinstall
[root@fmw ~]# useradd -u 1100 -g oinstall oracle
[root@fmw ~]# passwd oracle
Changing password for user oracle.
New UNIX password:
BAD PASSWORD: it is based on a dictionary word
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully.
Create the directories in which the Oracle software will be installed.
[root@fmw ~]# mkdir -p /u02/app/oracle/middleware
[root@fmw ~]# chown -R oracle:oinstall /u02
[root@fmw ~]# chmod -R 775 /u02/
Append the following entries into the “/home/oracle/.bash_profile” file.
[root@fmw ~]#su – oracle
[oracle@fmw ~]$vi .bash_profile
MW_HOME=/u02/app/oracle/middleware; export MW_HOME
WLS_HOME=$MW_HOME/wlserver_10.3; export WLS_HOME
JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_38; export JAVA_HOME
PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH; export PATH
Go to the location where you have copied the weblogic software
[oracle@fmw ~]$cd /u01/FMW
Run the installer as the “oracle” user.
[oracle@fmw ~]$$JAVA_HOME/bin/java -Xmx1024m -jar wls1036_generic.jar
Click the “Next” button on the welcome screen.
Enter the middleware home (“/u01/app/oracle/middleware”) and click the “Next” button.
Either enter your support details, or attempt to uncheck the security updates checkbox. The box doesn’t actually uncheck, but presents you with a warning dialog.If you click the “Yes” button, indicating you don’t want updates, you are returned to the same screen with the box still checked. Click the “Next” button anyway.
Assuming you don’t want security updates, click “Yes” and “Yes” on the subsequent warning dialogs and you are presented with the “Connection Failed” screen.Check the “I wish to remain uninformed…” checkbox and click the “Continue” button. This whole process is very confusing at first. Obviously the developers responsible didn’t really expect people to say no to security updates!
Accept the typical setup by clicking the “Next” button.
Accept the default JDK selection by clicking the “Next” button.
Accept the default product installation directories by clicking the “Next” button
If you are happy with the summary information, click the “Next” button and wait while the installation completes
On the installation complete screen, uncheck the “Quickstart” checkbox and click the “Done” button.
Installation of RCU:
go to <rcu_home> which you have unzipped the RCU zipfile
[oracle@fmw ~]$cd /rcu_home/bin
Select Create and Click Next
Fill the details of your database here as shown above screenshot and click Next
Create a new prefix as “FMW” and default will be DEV, Select SOA and BPM Infrastructure as shown in the above screen shot and click Next
Select Use Same passwords for all schemas : <your password> and click Next
Installation of SOA:
Go to the software location where you have copied and unzipped the SOA suite software
Here I have copied software to “/home/oracle/sw” location
[oracle@test ~]cd sw
[oracle@test ~]cd soa/Disk1
Please specify JRE/JDK location (Ex. /home/jre), <location>/bin/java should exist:/usr/java/jdk1.6.0_38/jre
Select Skip Software Updates and click Next
Fill the Middleware home details
Oracle Middleware Home: /u02/app/oracle/middleware
Oracle Home Directory: Oracle_SOA1
and Click Next
Select Weblogic Server and click Next
Creation of Domain:
[oracle@test ~]cd /u02/app/oracle/middleware/wlserver_10.3/common/bin
Select “Create a new Weblogic domain” and click Next
Select products as shown in the above screen shot and click Next
Fill the details
Domain name: soa_domain
and click Next
Fill the details
User Password: Oracle123
Confirm user password: Oracle123
and click Next
select which type of Mode you want either Development or Production Mode,
and check whether the correct JDK is selected or not and click Next
Select Each Schema and fill the details
Schema Owner , Schema Password, Service Name, Hostname, port.
Note that Here we are using FADB as prefix to all Schemas
Select “Administration Server” , “Managed Server, Clusters and Machines” and “Deployments and Services” and click Next
Enter following values.
Listen address: fa.appsdbatraining.com
Listen Port: 7001
We are not using SSL here so click Next
Enter Listener address and click Next
Since we are using Unix machine.
Click on Unix Machine tab and click add button and enter following values. And click Next
Node Manager listen address:192.168.1.143
Node manager listen port: 5556
and click Next
Select all managed servers on left side
click on right arrow to assign all servers to our single node. Click Next
Select servers as shown in the above screen shot and click Next
Select the servers as shown in the above screen shots and click Next
Review the summary and click Create
Once creation is complete, click Done
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