|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle WebLogic Server
11g Release 1 (10.3.1)
Part Number E14142-02
Start the installation program in console mode, as described in Chapter 2, "Starting the Installation Program."
To complete the console-mode installation process, respond to the prompts in each section by entering the number associated with your choice or by pressing Enter to accept the default. To exit the installation process, enter exit (or x, for short) in response to any prompt. To review or change your selection, enter previous (or p, for short) at the prompt. To proceed to the following window, enter next (or n, for short).
Note:In the sample console text and directory path names provided in this section, Windows conventions (such as backslashes in path names) are used, for example,
version. When entering path names on a UNIX system, be sure to use UNIX conventions, instead. For example, use forward slashes in path names, such as
Use the following procedure after you have started the installation program in console mode, as described in Chapter 2, "Starting the Installation Program."
At the Welcome prompt, type next (or n for short), or press Enter to continue with the installation process.
Choose Middleware Home directory prompt is displayed
Specify the home directory that will serve as the central support directory for all WebLogic products installed on the target system. For information about the home directory, see Choosing a Home Directory.
One of the following is displayed on your system:
If you have existing home directories on your system, a list of the directories is displayed.
To use an existing home directory, type the number associated with the home directory.
To create a home directory, type 1 or press Enter.
If there are no home directories on your system, or you have selected create a new Middleware Home, do one of the following:
To use the default home directory, type next (or n for short), or press Enter.
To create a home directory, enter the full path of the home directory, for example C:\Middleware Home. If you specify a directory that does not exist, the installation program creates it for you.
The installation program displays the home directory you have specified.
On the command line, press Enter to accept your selection. Otherwise, type 1 or 2 to return to the Choose Middleware Home Directory panel, where you can modify your entry.
After you have selected your home directory and confirmed your selection, type Next or press Enter.
Specify Download Options prompt is displayed
Indicate your preferences for downloading the software. The installation program prompts you to select from the given options.
Note:If you have previously installed Oracle WebLogic Server and specified a storage directory during the installation process, the full path name for that directory is displayed as the default. If you have not specified a storage directory, the installer specifies the system's temporary directory as the default. Make sure that your temporary directory has sufficient space to accommodate the archive files and the installation program. For more information about temporary space required by the installation program, see Temporary Disk Space Requirements.
To accept the defaults, type next (or n for short) or press Enter. If you have not specified a download storage directory in a previous installation and you want to save the files to be downloaded, you must specify a directory before you can proceed with the installation.
To modify any of the options, do the following:
Enter 1 to specify a storage directory to which you want to download the software components. When prompted, type the full path name for the desired directory. If the directory does not exist, the installation program creates it for you.
Enter 2 to delete the downloaded files after the installation is complete. If you do so, the download options are displayed again, and the Modify Remove download files after installation option is set to No. If you accept the default for this option (Yes), the downloaded files are deleted from the storage directory you specified.
Indicate whether you want to use an HTTP Proxy server for the download by providing values for the Modify Host and Modify Port options as follows:
Enter 3 to specify a host. At the prompt, enter the name or IP address of the proxy server.
Enter 4 to specify a port. At the prompt, enter the port number of the proxy server.
Specify the username and password required by the HTTP Proxy server, if required, as follows:
Enter 5 to specify a username. At the prompt, enter a valid username for the proxy server.
Enter 6 to specify a password. At the prompt, enter a valid password for the user.
For additional information about downloading the software, see Product Distribution.
After you have indicated your preferences for downloading the software, press Enter. One of the following occurs:
If you are adding components to an existing installation, the
Choose Components to install panel is displayed. Go to step 5.
If you are performing an initial installation, the
Choose Install Type prompt is displayed.
Specify the type of installation you want to perform by entering the number associated with the install type.
To select complete installation, type 1 or press Enter and proceed to step 7.
To select custom installation, type 2. The
Choose Products and Components to install prompt is displayed.
For more information about complete and custom installations, see Choosing the Type of Installation.
Select the components you want to install.
The word Installed is shown in brackets for any component that is already installed in the current Middleware Home directory.
Note:The installer displays the estimated size of the installation for the selected components.
When you select or deselect components, the installation program checks for dependencies between the components and automatically modifies the list of selected components. For example, if you deselect Oracle WebLogic Server, the components that require Oracle WebLogic Server are also deselected.
After selecting the required components, press Enter, or type n and then press Enter.
JDK Selection prompt is displayed.
Select the JDK.
To add a local JDK, enter 1, and specify the location of the JDK.
To toggle the selection for an existing JDK, enter the appropriate number (2 or higher).
To retain the current selection and proceed with the installation, press Enter.
The installer searches for the required archive files. User interaction is not required here.
After you select the JDK, the files begin downloading to the specified storage directory. When the download is complete, the installation program verifies that the component archive files are downloaded successfully. If the installation program cannot verify the integrity of the download, an error message is displayed.
Once the verification is complete, you are prompted to enter the installation directory.
Specify the directory in which you want to install the software. You can accept the default product directory (
version) or create a different product directory.
Note:If you are adding components to an existing installation, you are prompted to confirm the product installation directory.
If you specify a new directory, the installation program automatically creates it for you. Do one of the following:
Press Enter or type next (or n for short) to accept the current selection.
Enter the full path to the directory in which you want to install the software, and press Enter. The Install Node Manager as a Windows Service prompt is displayed.
In the following situations, the installation program begins copying the components you specified to your system.
You are performing a complete installation on a Windows platform,
You are installing on a Windows platform and you do not have Administrator privileges,
You are installing on a UNIX platform, or
You are adding components to an existing installation
Specify whether you want to install Node Manager as a Windows service.
Do one of the following:
Enter 1 to install node manager as a Windows service. Then, at the prompt, enter the listen port for the node manager, or press Enter to accept the default (5556). If the Listen Port number you specify is being used by a running application, the installation program prompts you to enter a different Node Manager Listen Port number. You are prompted to confirm your selection.
Enter 2 if you do not want to install Node Manager as a Windows service.
Choose Shortcut Location prompt is displayed.
Specify the folder in which you want to create the Start menu shortcuts.
Do one of the following:
Type 1 or press Enter to create Start menu shortcuts in the All Users folder. This provides all users registered on the machine with access to the installed software. However, only users with Administrator privileges can create shortcuts in the All Users folder. Therefore, if a user without Administrator privileges uses the Configuration Wizard to create domains, Start menu shortcuts to the domains are not created. In this case, users can manually create shortcuts in their local Start menu folders, if desired.
Type 2 to create shortcuts in your local user's Start menu folder. If you do so, other users registered on this machine will not have access to the Start menu entries for this installation.
You are prompted to confirm your selection.
Verify that your entry is correct, then type 1 or press Enter to proceed with the installation. Otherwise, type 2 to return to the previous panel, where you can modify your entry.
After you have verified your selection, the Installer displays a list of product components and JDKs to be installed. It also displays the estimated size of installation for the components displayed.
Press Enter to continue. The installation program begins copying the components you specified to your system.
Note:It is normal for the installation program to pause for a long time, especially toward the end. The installation program is still working while this occurs.
After the installation is complete, the following message is displayed:
Installation Complete Congratulations! Installation is complete. Press[Enter]to continue or type [Exit]>