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D Component Workbooks

This appendix includes workbooks that you can use when performing the high availability configurations for the components documented in this manual.

It includes the following topics:

D.1 Oracle SOA Suite Workbook

This section is a workbook for Oracle SOA Suite.

Using the information in Section 5.13, "Configuring High Availability for Oracle SOA Service Infrastructure and Component Service Engines"and Section 5.15, "Configuring High Availability for Oracle BAM" as an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle SOA Suite.

D.1.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle SOA Suite

Use Table D-1 for application URLs.

Table D-1 Application URLs

Application URL

SOA-INFRA Application

 

Oracle Business Process Web Application URL

 

SOA Worklist Application

 

WSM-PM Validation Application

 

UMS Preferences Application

 

BPM Composer

 

BPM Workspace

 

B2B UI Application

 

BAM Application

 

Admin Console

 

Web Logic Console

 

FMW Control

 

Use Table D-2 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-2 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

WLS_SOA1

   

WLS_SOA2

   

WLS_BAM1

   

WLS_BAM2

   

Use Table D-3 for file locations - Application Tier.

Table D-3 File Locations - Application Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

TLOG Directory

 

Yes

JMS Persistence Store

 

Yes


Use Table D-4 for file locations - Web Tier.

Table D-4 File Locations - Web Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Use Table D-5 for Identity Management Details.

Table D-5 Identity Management Details

Identity Management Artifact Value

LDAP Host Name

 

LDAP Host

 

LDAP SSL Port

 

LDAP user DN

 

LDAP Password

 

Access Manager Host

 

Access Manager Port

 

Application Profile Password

 

Use Table D-6 for Database Information

Table D-6 Database Information - Metadata Repository

SOA Database Artifact Value

Database Hosts (VIPS if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

Main Schema User/Password

 

Auxiliary Schema User/Password

 

MDS User/Password

 

User Messaging User/Password

 

BAM User/Password

 

SOA Infrastructure User/Password

 

SYS Password

 

Use Table D-7 for Load Balancing Configuration

Table D-7 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports SSL

External Site

             

Internal Site

             

Administration Site

             

Use Table D-8 for Port Information

Table D-8 Port Information

Component Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

OHS HTTP Listening

   

OHS Admin

   

OPMN

   

WebLogic Administration Server

   

Single Sign-on Listening

   

WLS_SOA1 listen address

   

WLS_SOA2 listen address

   

WLS_BAM1 listen address

   

WLS_BAM2 listen address

   

Node Manager SOAHOST1

   

Node Manager SOAHOST2

   

Node Manager BAMHOST1

   

Node Manager BAMHOST2

   

D.2 Oracle Identity Management Workbook

This section is a workbook for Oracle Identity Management.

Using the information in Chapter 8, "Configuring High Availability for Identity Management Components" an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle Identity Management components.

D.2.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle Identity Management

Use the following tables to record the names you plan to use in your Oracle Identity Management high availability configuration.

Enter the application URLS for your configuration in Table D-9.

Table D-9 Application URLs

Application URL

Oracle WebLogic Administration Console

 

Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

 

Oracle Access Manager Console

 

Enter the virtual IP address for your configuration in Table D-10.

Table D-10 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Oracle WebLogic Administration Server

   

Enter the following generic file locations for your configuration in Table D-11.

Table D-11 Generic File Locations

Type Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

No


Enter the file locations for IDMHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-12.

Table D-12 File Locations for IDMHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

Administration Server ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WLS_ODS1 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WLS_ODS2 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WL_HOME

 

No

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No


Enter the file locations for OIDHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-13.

Table D-13 File Locations for OIDHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter the file locations for OVDHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-14.

Table D-14 File Locations for OVDHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter the file locations for OAMHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-15.

Table D-15 File Locations for OAMHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

IDM_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

IAM_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

SOA_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter the file locations for OIMHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-16.

Table D-16 File Locations for OIMHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

IAM_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter the file locations for OAAMHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-17.

Table D-17 File Locations for OAAMHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

IDM_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

IAM_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

SOA_ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter the file locations for OIFHOSTn for your configuration in Table D-18.

Table D-18 File Locations for OIFHOSTn

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

Administration Server ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WLS_OIF1 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WLS_OIF2 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WL_HOME

 

No

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No


Enter the file locations for the web tier for your configuration in Table D-19.

Table D-19 File Locations for the Web Tier

Environment Artifact Directory Location Shared

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Enter Oracle Identity Management details for your configuration in Table D-20.

Table D-20 Identity Management Artifacts

Identity Management Artifact Value

Single Sign-On URL

 

Oracle Internet Directory Host Name

 

Oracle Internet Directory Non-SSL Port

 

Oracle Internet Directory SSL Enabled

 

Oracle Internet Directory SSL Port

 

Oracle Internet Directory Security Realm

 

Oracle Virtual Directory Host Name

 

Oracle Virtual Directory Port

 

Oracle Virtual Directory SSL Enabled

 

Oracle Virtual Directory SSL Port

 

Enter Authentication LDAP Artifacts details for the Oracle Identity Federation configuration in Table D-21.

Table D-21 Authentication LDAP Artifacts for Oracle Identity Federation

Authentication LDAP Artifact Value

LDAP Type

 

LDAP URL

 

LDAP Bind DN

 

LDAP Bind DN Password

 

User Credential ID Attribute

 

User Unique ID Attribute

 

Person Object Class

 

Base DN

 

Enter the Oracle Identity Federation Artifacts when using an LDAP User Data Store in your configuration in Table D-22.

Table D-22 LDAP User Data Store Artifacts for Oracle identity Federation

LDAP User Data Store Artifact Value

LDAP Type

 

LDAP URL

 

LDAP Bind DN

 

LDAP Bind DN Password

 

User Description Attribute

 

User ID Attribute

 

Person Object Class

 

Base DN

 

Enter the Oracle Identity Federation Artifacts when using an LDAP Federation Data Store in your configuration in Table D-23.

Table D-23 LDAP Federation Data Store Artifacts for Oracle Identity Federation

Federation Data Store Artifact Value

LDAP Type

 

LDAP URL

 

LDAP Bind DN

 

LDAP Bind DN Password

 

User Federation Record Context

 

LDAP Container Object Class

 

Enter the Oracle Identity Federation Artifacts when using an RDBMS User Data Store in your configuration in Table D-24.

Table D-24 RDBMS User Data Store Artifacts for Oracle Identity Federation

RDBMS User Data Store Artifact Value

Hostname

 

Username

 

Password

 

Login Table

 

User ID Attribute

 

User Description Attribute

 

Enter the Oracle Identity Federation Artifacts when using an RDBMS Federation Data Store in your configuration in Table D-25.

Table D-25 RDBMS Federation Data Store Artifacts for Oracle Identity Federation

RDBMS Federation Data Store Artifacts Value

Hostname

 

Username

 

Password

 

Enter RDBMS Transient Data Store Artifacts for the Oracle Identity Federation configuration in Table D-26.

Table D-26 RDBMS Transient Data Store Artifacts for Oracle Identity Federation

Transient Data Store Artifact Value

Hostname

 

Username

 

Password

 

Enter database information for the metadata repository for your configuration in Table D-27.

Table D-27 Database Information for the Metadata Repository

Database Details Value

Database Hosts (VIPs if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

Main Schema Name/Password

 

Auxiliary Schema Name/Password

 

SYS Password

 

Enter load balancer configuration information for your configuration in Table D-28.

Table D-28 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports SSL

Oracle Internet Directory

             

Oracle Virtual Directory

             

Administration Server

             

Oracle Identity Manager

             

Single Sign-On

             

Enter port information for your configuration in Table D-29.

Table D-29 Port Information

Component Host(s) Port

Oracle Internet Directory

   

Oracle Internet Directory (SSL)

   

Oracle Virtual Directory

   

Oracle Virtual Directory (SSL)

   

WebLogic Server Console

   

Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

   

Oracle Directory Services Manager

   

Oracle Access Manager Server

   

Oracle Identity Manager Server

   

Oracle Identity Manager

   

Oracle SOA

   

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager Server

   

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager Admin Server

   

Oracle HTTP Server

   

Oracle HTTP Server (SSL)

   

Oracle HTTP Server Admin

   

OPMN

   

Node Manager

   

D.3 Oracle WebCenter Portal Workbook

This section is a workbook for Section 6.3.2.1, "WebCenter Portal's Managed Servers and Applications."

Using the information in Section 6.4, "Configuring High Availability for WebCenter Portal" as an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle WebCenter Portal components.

D.3.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle WebCenter Portal

Use the following tables to record the names you plan to use in your Oracle WebCenter Portal high availability configuration.

Use Table D-30 for application URLs.

Table D-30 Application URLs

Application URL

WebCenter Spaces Application

 

Portal Tools Application

 

WSM Policy Manager Application

 

WebCenter Discussions Forum

 

WebCenter Analytics

 

WebCenter Activity Graph

 

WebCenter Personalization

 

Admin Console

 

WebLogic Console

 

FMW Control

 

Use Table D-31 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-31 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

Use Table D-32 for File Locations - App Tier.

Table D-32 File Locations - App Tier

Type Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

ADMIN_DOMAIN_HOME

 

Yes


Use Table D-33 for File Locations - Web Tier.

Table D-33 File Locations - Web Tier

Application URL Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

ADMIN_DOMAIN_HOME

 

Yes


Use Table D-34 for Identity Management Details.

Table D-34 Identity Management Details



LDAP Host Name

 

LDAP Port

 

LDAP SSL Enabled

 

LDAP user DN

 

LDAP Password

 

Access Manager Host

 

Access Manager Port

 

Application Profile Password

 

Use Table D-35 for Database Information - Metadata Repository.

Table D-35 Database Information - Metadata Repository



Database Hosts (VIPS if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

Main Schema User/Password

 

Auxiliary Schema User/Password

 

MDS User/Password

 

WebCenter Spaces User/Password

 

Portlets User/Password

 

Discussion Forum User/Password

 

Content Server User/Password

 

SYS Password

 

Use Table D-36 for Load Balancer Configuration

Table D-36 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports

WC Application

           

Admin

           

WC Internal Application

           

Use Table D-37 for Port Information

Table D-37 Port Information

Comment Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

OHS HTTP Listening

   

OHS Admin

   

WebLogic Administration Server

   

OPMN

   

Single Sign on Listening

   

WLS_WSM1

   

WLS_WSM2

   

WC_SPACES1

   

WC_SPACES2

   

WC_PORTLETS1

   

WC_PORTLETS2

   

WC_COLLABORATION1

   

WC_COLLABORATION2

   

WC_UTILITIES1

   

WC_UTILITIES2

   

Node Manager

   

D.4 Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer Workbook

This section is a workbook for Section 14.6, "Configuring Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer for High Availability.".

Using the information in Section 14.6, "Configuring Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer for High Availability" as an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer.

D.4.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer

Use Table D-38 for application URLs.

Table D-38 Application URLs

Application URL

Portal

 

Forms

 

Reports

 

Discoverer

 

Web Logic Console

 

FMW Control

 

Use Table D-39 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-39 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

Use Table D-40 for file locations.

Table D-40 File Locations

Type Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_HOME

 

No

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

WL_HOME

 

No

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

Reports Cache

 

Yes


Use Table D-41 for Identity Management Details.

Table D-41 Database Information - Metadata Repository



Single Sign-On URL

 

OID Host Name

 

OID Port

 

OID SSL Enabled

 

Use Table D-42 for Database Information.

Table D-42 Database Information - Metadata Repository



Database Hosts (VIPS if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

Portal User Name/Password

 

Portlet User Name/Password

 

Discoverer User Name/Password

 

SYS Password

 

Use Table D-43 for Load Balancing Configuration.

Table D-43 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports

Main Site

           

Internal Site

           

Web Cache Invalidations

           

Use Table D-44 for Port Information.

Table D-44 Port Information

Comment Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

Web Cache HTTP

   

Web Cache Invalidation

   

Web Cache Administration

   

Web Cache Statistics

   

OHS HTTP Listening

   

OHS HTTPS Listening

   

OHS Admin

   

WebLogic Administration Server

   

OPMN

   

Single Sign on Listening

   

WebLogic Managed Server

   

WebLogic Managed Server

   

OID HTTP

   

WLS_PORTAL

   

WLS_PORTAL1

   

WLS_FORMS

   

WLS_FORMS1

   

WLS_REPORTS

   

WLS_REPORTS1

   

WLS_DISCO

   

WLS_DISCO1

   

Node Manager

   

D.5 Oracle WebCenter Content Workbook

This section is a workbook for Section 11.3, "Oracle WebCenter Content High Availability Configuration Steps."

Using the information in Section 11.3, "Oracle WebCenter Content High Availability Configuration Steps" as an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle WebCenter Content.

D.5.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle WebCenter Content

Use Table D-45 for application URLs.

Table D-45 Application URLs

Application URL

UCM Application

 

I/PM Application

 

URM Application

 

IBR Location

 

WebLogic Console

 

Fusion Middleware Control

 

Use Table D-46 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-46 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

WLS_IPM1

   

WLS_IPM2

   

Use Table D-47 for File Locations in the application tier.

Table D-47 File Locations - Application Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

UCM Config Directory

 

Yes

URM Config Directory

 

Yes

I/PM Config Directory

 

Yes

IBR Config Directory

 

No


Use Table D-48 for File Locations in the web tier.

Table D-48 File Locations - Web Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes


Use Table D-49 for database information.

Table D-49 Database Information - Metadata Repository

WCC Database Artifact Value

Database Hosts (VIPS if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

UCM Schema User/Password

 

IPM Schema User/Password

 

URM User/Password

 

Use Table D-50 for load balancing configuration.

Table D-50 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports SSL

External Site

             

Internal Site

             

Administration Site

             

Use Table D-51 for port information.

Table D-51 Port Information

Component Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

Oracle HTTP Server HTTP Listening

   

Oracle HTTP Server Admin

   

WebLogic Administration Server

   

WLS_IPM1 listen address

   

WLS_IPM2 listen address

   

Node Manager WCCHOST1

   

Node Manager WCCHOST2

   

Node Manager IBRHOST1

   

Node Manager IBRHOST2

   

D.6 Oracle Data Integrator Workbook

This section is a workbook for Section 7.4, "Configuring High Availability for Oracle Data Integrator."

Using the information in Section 7.4, "Configuring High Availability for Oracle Data Integrator" as an example, you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for Oracle Data Integrator.

D.6.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle Data Integrator

Use Table D-52 for application URLs.

Table D-52 Application URLs

Application URL

Oracle Data Integrator Agent

 

Oracle Data Integrator Explorer

 

Oracle Data Integrator Web Services

 

WebLogic Console

 

Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

 

Use Table D-53 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-53 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

Use Table D-54 for file locations in the application tier.

Table D-54 File Locations - Application Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

DOMAIN_HOME

 

No


Use Table D-55 for file locations in the web tier.

Table D-55 File Locations - Web Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes


Use Table D-56 for database information.

Table D-56 Database Information - Metadata Repository

Oracle Data Integrator Database Artifact Value

Database Hosts (VIPs if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Ports

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

ODI Master Schema User/Password

 

ODI Work Schema User/Password

 

Use Table D-57 for load balancing configuration.

Table D-57 Load Balancer Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally Visible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports SSL

External Site

             

Internal Site

             

Administration Site

             

Use Table D-58 for port information.

Table D-58 Port Information

Component Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

Oracle HTTP Server HTTP Listening

   

Oracle HTTP Server Admin

   

WebLogic Administrator Server

   

odi_server1 listen address

   

odi_server2 listen address

   

Node Manager APPHOST2

   

Node Manager APPHOST2

   

D.7 Oracle Business Intelligence Platform Workbook

This section is a workbook for Oracle BI Platform.

Use the information in Section 15.1.13, "Oracle BI EE High Availability Configuration Steps" as an example; you can fill out the equivalent names that you plan to use in your environment when configuring high availability for the Oracle BI EE components.

D.7.1 Workbook Tables for Oracle Business Intelligence Platform

Use the following tables to record the names you plan to use in your BI Platform high availability configuration.

Use Table D-59 for application URLs.

Table D-59 Application URLs

Application URL

BI EE Application

 

BI Publisher Application

 

Real-Time Decisions Application

 

WMS-PM Validation Application

 

Administration Console

 

WebLogic Console

 

Fusion Middleware Control

 

Use Table D-60 for Virtual IP Addresses.

Table D-60 Virtual IP Addresses

Purpose IP Address DNS Name

Administration Server

   

BI_SERVER1

   

BI_SERVER2

   

Use Table D-61 for file locations - Application Tier.

Table D-61 File Locations - Application Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

WL_HOME

 

Yes

WLS Administration Server DOMAIN_HOME

 

Yes

BI_SERVER1 DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

BI_SERVER2 DOMAIN_HOME

 

No

TLOG Directory

 

Yes

JMS Persistence Store

 

Yes

WLS Administration Server ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

BI_SERVER1 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

BI_SERVER2 ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No

Global Cache

 

Yes

BI Presentation Catalog

 

Yes

BI Repository Publishing Directory

 

Yes

BI Publisher Catalog

 

Yes

BI Publisher Configuration

 

Yes

BI Publisher Temp Directory

 

Yes


Use Table D-62 for file locations - Web Tier.

Table D-62 File Locations - Web Tier

Environment Variable or Artifact Location Shared

ORACLE_BASE

 

No

MW_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_HOME

 

Yes

ORACLE_INSTANCE

 

No


Use Table D-63 for database information.

Table D-63 Database Information

BI Database Artifact Value

Database Hosts (VIPs if using Oracle RAC)

 

Listener Port

 

Database Service Name

 

RCU Prefix

 

BIPLATFORM Schema User/Password

 

MDS User/Password

 

SYS Password

 

Use Table D-64 for Load Balancing Configuration.

Table D-64 Load Balancing Configuration

Purpose Virtual Name Port Externally VIsible SSL Destination Hosts Destination Ports SSL

External Site

         

Internal Site

         

Administration Site

         

Use Table D-65 for Port Information.

Table D-65 Port Information

Component Host(s) Port

SSL Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

HTTP Port on the Load Balancer

Load Balancer

 

Oracle HTTP Server HTTP Listening

   

Oracle HTTP Server Admin

   

OPMN

   

WebLogic Administrator Server

   

BI_SERVER1 listen address

   

BI_SERVER2 listen address

   

Node Manager APPHOST2

   

Node Manager APPHOST2