This document describes how to use the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard to configure Oracle Fusion Middleware products in IBM WebSphere cells on a UNIX or Windows operating system.
This document is intended for system administrators and application developers who are configuring one or more installed Oracle Fusion Middleware products in an IBM WebSphere environment.
This document is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, "Configuration Overview," provides an introduction to IBM WebSphere cells and cell topology, as well as an overview of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard. It also describes the general workflow for creating cells and federating remote machines to an existing cell. This chapter also describes what happens when you clone an existing server or add a new server to an existing cluster.
Chapter 2, "Using the Configuration Wizard," describes how to start the Configuration Wizard. This chapter includes screen workflows for creating a new cell, federating a remote node to a cell, or modifying an existing cell. This chapter also includes an example configuration workflow for creating a clustered server environment on multiple nodes.
Chapter 3, "Configuration Wizard Screens," provides screen shots and detailed descriptions for each of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration screens.
Chapter 4, "Using wsadmin to Configure Oracle Fusion Middleware," describes how to set up the environment on a machine prior to running
wsadmin commands. This chapter also provides examples of how to perform various cell configuration tasks using
wsadmin commands or scripts.
Chapter 5, "wsadmin Command Reference," describes the
OracleMWConfigUtilities commands for
wsadmin that are used to configure Oracle Fusion Middleware products in an IBM WebSphere environment.
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