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Running the oud-proxy-setup in command-line mode defines the proxy port, host name, and security configuration.
To complete the deployment and to configure load balancing or distribution, you must use dsconfig, as described in Chapter 8, Simple Proxy Deployments Using the Command Line Interface, in Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployment Planning Guide for Oracle Unified Directory, or the ODSM interface, as described in Chapter 3, Configuring the Proxy Components, in Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration Guide for Oracle Unified Directory.
You can also use a common properties file to provide default values for options. For more information, see Using a Properties File With Server Commands in Oracle Fusion Middleware Command-Line Usage Guide for Oracle Unified Directory.
Note - If you have previously used the graphical install wizard to set up Oracle Unified Directory proxy, you can copy the commands that are launched by the wizard prior to completing the installation. The commands displayed by the install wizard are a good starting point for scripting an installation. For information about how to do this, see Duplicating a Proxy Installation.
(UNIX, Linux) $ cd OUD-base-location/ORACLE_HOME (Windows) C:\> cd OUD-base-location\ORACLE_HOME
(Unix, Linux) $ oud-proxy-setup --cli -p 1389 --adminConnectorPort 4444 -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w password (Windows) C:\> oud-proxy-setup.bat -cli -p 1389 --adminConnectorPort 4444 -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w password
In the example above, -p is the proxy LDAP port that is used to send data between the client and the proxy, --adminConnectorPort is the proxy administration port, -D is the bind DN, and -w is the proxy LDAP bind password.
The utility launches the command—line installer and creates the Oracle Unified Directory proxy instance in OUD-base-location/instance-dir.
The default instance directory name is asinst_1, with subsequent instances on the same server named asinst_2, asinst_3, and so on. To specify a different instance name, set the INSTANCE_NAME environment variable before you run the setup, for example:
$ export INSTANCE_NAME=my-oud-instance
The list of components to be configured will depend on your deployment architecture. For examples based on the supported use cases, see Chapter 8, Simple Proxy Deployments Using the Command Line Interface, in Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployment Planning Guide for Oracle Unified Directory.