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Oracle® Application Server Installation Guide
10g Release 2 (10.1.2) for HP-UX Itanium
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A Installing OracleAS Developer Kits

OracleAS Developer Kits provide APIs that enable you to develop OracleAS Portal, OracleAS Wireless, XML, and LDAP applications. You use Developer Kits in development environments, not in staging or production environments. Note that the OracleAS Developer Kits do not provide a complete IDE (integrated development environment). If you need an IDE, you can install Oracle JDeveloper, available with Oracle Developer Suite or with all editions of Oracle Application Server.

Perform the following procedure to install OracleAS Developer Kits.

Table A-1 Steps for Installing the OracleAS Developer Kits

Screen Action



Start up Oracle Universal Installer. Refer to Section 4.16, "Starting Oracle Universal Installer" for details.



Click Next.


Specify Inventory Directory and Credentials

This screen appears only if this is the first installation of any Oracle product on this computer.

Enter the full path of the inventory directory: Enter a full path to a directory for Oracle Universal Installer files. Enter a directory that is different from the Oracle home directory for the product files.

Example: /opt/oracle/oraInventory

Specify operating system group name: Select the name of the operating system group that will have write permission for the inventory directory.

Example: oinstall

Click Next.



Run the script in a different shell as the root user. The script is located in the oraInventory directory. You need to do this only if the OracleAS Developer Kits is the first Oracle product to be installed on this computer.

After running the script, click Continue.


Specify File Locations

Name: Enter a name to identify this Oracle home. This is not the name of the directory.

Example: OH_DEVKIT

Path (under Destination): Enter the full path to the destination directory. This is the Oracle home.

Example: /opt/oracle/OraDevKit

Click Next.


Select a Product to Install

Select OracleAS Developer Kits.

If you need to install additional languages, click Product Languages. Refer to Section 4.8, "Installing Additional Languages" for details.

Click Next.


Specify Port Configuration Options

If you want to use default ports for the components, select Automatic.

If you do not want to use the default ports, and you have created a staticports.ini file, select Manual and enter the fullpath to your staticports.ini file in the provided field.

Click Next.


Specify Instance Name and ias_admin Password

Instance Name: Enter a name for this instance. Instance names can contain alphanumeric characters and the _ (underscore) character. If you have more than one Oracle Application Server instance on a computer, the instance names must be unique. Refer to Section 4.9, "Oracle Application Server Instances and Instance Names" for instance name details.

Example: devkits

ias_admin Password and Confirm Password: Set the password for the ias_admin user. This is the administrative user for the instance. Refer to Section 4.10, "The ias_admin User and Restrictions on Its Password" for restrictions on the password.

Example: welcome99

Click Next.



Verify your selections and click Install.


Install Progress

This screen shows the progress of the installation.



Run the script in a different shell as the root user. The script is located in the Oracle home directory of this instance. Click OK.


Configuration Assistants

This screen shows the progress of the configuration assistants. Configuration assistants configure components.


End of Installation

Click Exit to quit Oracle Universal Installer.