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PKg&PKj?OEBPS/oainq.htm Oracle® Fusion Applications Quick Installation Guide

Oracle® Fusion Applications

Quick Installation Guide

11g Release 1 (11.1.2)

E16601-03

October 2011

This guide describes the provisioning of a new Oracle Fusion Applications environment. It contains the following sections:

Users of this guide should consult Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for specific details.

1 What's New in This Guide for Release 11.1.2

For Release 11.1.2, nothing in this guide has changed from the previous release.

2 Installation Overview

Oracle Fusion Applications is a deployment of application product offerings built on a technology stack of Oracle Fusion Middleware components and connected to Oracle Database. Provisioning is the process of installing, configuring, and deploying Oracle Fusion Applications product offerings and the supporting technology stack in an Oracle Fusion Applications environment. To prepare for provisioning, you need:

  • A repository of installers required to provision a new applications environment.

  • A framework of scripts, tools, and utilities to orchestrate the provisioning process.

  • Oracle Database 11g (11.2.0.2) for applications transactional data.

  • Oracle Identity Management 11g components to manage user identities.

The components installed, configured, and deployed during provisioning are:

2.2 Provisioning Roadmap

Table 1 describes the order in which you need to perform provisioning tasks.

Table 1 Provisioning Process Flow

TaskDescription

1. Verify system requirements and set up prerequisite components.

Ensure that your system meets certain requirements for the installation of Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware components. See Section 4.1

2. Prepare your environment.

Your environment may require manual tasks to set certain parameters. See "Preparing Your Applications Environment" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for details.

3. Download the provisioning repository.

Download the repository from Oracle Software Delivery Cloud or Oracle Store and extract the files to the download directory. The repository includes the framework installer (faprov). See Section 4.2.

4. Install the provisioning framework.

Run faprov to install the provisioning framework. See Section 4.3.

5. Install Oracle Identity Management components.

You must install and configure these components and save the details to include in the provisioning plan. See Section 4.4.

6. Install a transaction database.

Your new environment must connect to a previously installed Oracle Database. Install the database using the Provisioning Wizard or manually. See Section 4.5 and Section 4.6. Run the Oracle Fusion Applications Repository Creation Utility to create schemas and tablespaces.

7. Create a provisioning plan.

Start the Provisioning Wizard and respond to the questions in the interview to create a provisioning plan. See Section 5.1.

8. Provision a new environment.

Specify the location of the provisioning plan and run the Provisioning Wizard to install, configure, and deploy product offerings. You must run the wizard from the command line to install in a multiple-host environment. See Section 6.2 and Section 6.3.

9. Complete the required postinstallation tasks.

The result of a successful installation is a fully operational applications environment. However, you may be asked to perform some manual tasks. See Section 6.4.


3 Before You Begin

As you prepare to provisioning your new Oracle Fusion Applications environment, you should have made decisions about what your topology, including the product offerings to install, port allocations, and the hosts you will configure.

You must determine the system requirements and Oracle Database requirements for your environment. For example, the requirements for a single-instance database used as a test system differ from those of a multiple-instance database used for production. You must also have determined access privileges for the DBA or system administrator who will be responsible performing provisioning tasks. You must supply the directory locations, user names, and passwords associated with the prerequisite installations of Oracle Database and Oracle Identity Management components.

You can use this checklist as a guide for getting ready for provisioning.

Table 2 Provisioning Checklist

Information NeededNotesResources

System requirements

Requirements for hardware, software, minimum disk space and memory, required system libraries, packages, and patches.

Oracle Fusion Applications system requirements and supported platforms documentation. See also Oracle Fusion Applications release notes.

Certified platforms

Supported on Linux x86-64, Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit), Oracle Solaris, and IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-Bit).

Oracle Fusion Applications system requirements and supported platforms documentation. See also Oracle Fusion Applications release notes.

Oracle Database configuration

Determine if you need a single- or multiple-instance database. Once installed, save the details for use when you create a provisioning plan.

Section 4.5 and Section 4.6

Oracle Identity Management configuration

Install the Identity Management components and save the details for use when creating a provisioning plan. Alternatively, create a properties file, which can supply default values during plan creation.

Section 4.4


Software licenses

Determine which product configurations you have licensed and where you want to download the provisioning repository of installers.

Oracle Software Delivery Cloud: http://edelivery.oracle.com

Oracle Store: http://oracle.com

Type of web tier host

Determine if you want the web tier to be installed on the shared file system or on a host set up as a demilitarized zone.

"Setting Up a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) for the Web Tier" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

Provisioning plan details

Provisioning configurations, Node Manager credentials, installation locations, database connections, schema passwords, host names, ports, and details for common components, such as web tier, virtual hosts, and web proxies.

Section 6.2


Functional setup

After provisioning, your functional experts must prepare individual offerings for use.

Oracle Fusion Applications Common Implementation Guide


3.1 Starting the Provisioning Wizard

Make a note of the commands necessary to start the Provisioning Wizard:

  1. Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to the JDK location in the provisioning repository. For example:

    (UNIX)

    export JAVA_HOME=repository_location/jdk6

    export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH

    (Windows)

    set JAVA_HOME=repository_location\jdk6

    set PATH=%JAVA_HOME%\bin;%PATH%

  2. Run the following command on the primordial host:

    (UNIX)

    cd framework_location/provisioning/bin

    ./provisioningWizard.sh

    (Windows)

    framework_location\provisioning\bin

    provisioningWizard.bat

4 Provisioning Prerequisites and System Requirements

This release of Oracle Fusion Applications relies on certified versions of Oracle Fusion Applications system requirements and supported platforms documentation for details about hardware and software, minimum disk space and memory requirements, required system libraries, packages, or patches, and minimum database requirements. Oracle Fusion Applications release notes may contain additional information.

4.2 Creating the Provisioning Repository

Go to http://edelivery.oracle.com/ or the Oracle Store at http://oracle.com and select the Product Media Pack you have licensed. Download the provisioning repository of installers to a location of your choice. The repository contains all the installers required for provisioning a new environment.

Download the repository, for example, with the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud Portal, as follows:

  1. Complete the Export Validation process by entering basic identification information on the online form.

  2. On the Media Pack Search page, specify the product pack and platform to identify the media pack you want to download. If you do not know the name of the product pack, you can search for it using the license list.

  3. Choose the appropriate media pack from the search results and download the provisioning repository (in zipped format). You can download the repository to a location of your choice.

  4. Extract the contents of all the zipped files to the same target directory. The directory must be on a networked drive or shared disk so that it will be accessible to all the hosts in your new environment. By default, the unzip process places the installers in repository_location/installers.

    Note: Be sure to create the repository location name so that unzipping the files does not run into the Windows MAX_PATH limitation.

4.3 Installing the Provisioning Framework

The Oracle Fusion Applications Provisioning installer (faprov) was delivered with the other installers in the provisioning repository. It installs the provisioning framework, which includes the Provisioning Wizard, a command line interface, and utilities, files, templates, build scripts, and other utilities required for provisioning.

Run faprov from the directory where you downloaded the provisioning repository, for example, repository_location/installers/faprov/Disk1. Use this command:

(UNIX) runInstaller

(Windows) setup.exe

This installs framework components in any location you specify, for example, framework_location/provisioning.

4.3.1 Provisioning Installer Screens and Instructions

To install the provisioning framework:

  1. Specify Inventory Directory Screen (UNIX)

    If this is your first Oracle installation on this host, you must specify the location of the Inventory Directory. It is used by the installer to keep track of all Oracle products installed on this host. In the Operating System Group Name field, select the group whose members will be granted access to the inventory directory. All members of this group can install products on this host. Click OK to continue.

    The Inventory Location Confirmation dialog prompts you to run the inventory_directory/createCentralInventory.sh script as root to create the /etc/oraInst.loc file. This file is a pointer to the central inventory and must be present for silent installations. It contains two lines:

    inventory_loc=path_to_central_inventory

    inst_group=install_group

    The standard location for this file is /etc/oraInst.loc, but it can be created anywhere. If you create it in a directory other than /etc, you must include the -invPtrLoc argument and enter the location of the inventory when you run the provisioningWizard or the runProvisioning script.

    If you do not have root access on this host but want to continue with the installation, select Continue installation with local inventory. Or, click OK to continue.

  2. Welcome Screen

    Click Next.

  3. Prerequisite Checks Screen

    Click Retry if a check fails. Click Continue to ignore warning messages. Click Abort to stop the installation. Click Next when checks are complete.

  4. Specify Installation Location Screen

    Oracle Home Directory: Specify the location for installing the provisioning framework. This is where the Provisioning Wizard and the provisioning start command are stored. You can choose any location, but it must be on a shared disk accessible to all hosts in your environment. The directory must initially be empty.

  5. Installation Summary Screen

    Click Save to create a text (response) file to use for a reinstall. Click Install.

  6. Installation Progress Screen

    Click Next when the progress bar shows 100% complete.

  7. Installation Complete Screen

    Click Save to create a text file with the details of the installation. Click Finish.

To to set up and configure the web tier on a host that is not accessible to the shared storage, see "Setting Up a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) for the Web Tier" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

4.4 Installing Oracle Identity Management Components

Before you create a provisioning plan, you must install and configure the following Oracle Identity Management components specifically for use with Oracle Fusion Applications:

  • Two instances of Oracle Database (11.2.0.2). One for Identity Store and one for Policy Store.

  • Oracle Internet Directory 11g (OID) and Oracle Virtual Directory 11g (OVD)

  • Oracle Identity Manager 11g Release 1 (OIM)

  • Oracle Access Manager 11g (OAM)

See Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment Guide for Oracle Identity Management (Oracle Fusion Applications Edition) for installation instructions. Keep a record of the configuration parameters or use a properties file to supply to the wizard when you create a provisioning plan. See Step 18 through Step 20 for a list of the parameters.

The installation and configuration of the identity management components creates the properties file (idmDomainConfig.param). The idmConfigTool utility (located in IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin) creates the file in IDM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin. If this directory is in a shared location, you can indicate that location to the Provisioning Wizard on the Installation Location screen when you create the provisioning plan. If it is not on a shared drive, copy the file to an accessible location and supply that path on the Installation Location screen.

4.5 Installing and Configuring a Transaction Database

You must install Oracle Database Enterprise Edition before you create a provisioning plan. The database must be created using the database template that is shipped with Oracle Fusion Applications software. The template contains the database structure and features, but is not seeded. It is generic for use across platforms.

For a small-scale, single-node database, use the Install an Applications Transaction Database option in the Provisioning Wizard. Or, you can install the database manually if you are creating a production-scale, multiple-node database. Oracle Fusion Applications also supports Oracle Real Application Clusters Database (Oracle RAC). See "Manually Installing Oracle Database Or Oracle RAC" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide and Oracle Database Installation Guide for your platform.

4.5.1 System Requirements

Oracle Database installations must meet specifications for Oracle Fusion Applications system requirements and supported platforms documentation. The Provisioning Wizard performs prerequisite validation checks to ensure that those requirements are met. Minimum configuration parameters and associated links are listed in "Database Installation Requirements" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

4.5.2 Database Installation Screens and Instructions

See Section 3.1 to start the Provisioning Wizard. Then, complete these fields:

  1. Welcome Screen. No action is necessary. Click Next.

  2. Installation Options Screen

    Select Install an Applications Transaction Database. Click Next.

  3. Specify Security Updates Screen

    • Email: Specify your email address to receive security-related notifications.

    • I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support: Enter your My Oracle Support Password to have messages posted to your account.

  4. Database Install Configuration Screen

    • Database Listener Port: The port number designated for the database server. The default port for Oracle Database is 1521.

    • Installers Directory Location: Enter the path to the repository_location directory you created when you downloaded the provisioning repository. For Windows, the location must be a symbolically linked directory. See "Set Up Server and Shared Area Permissions" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for additional details. Note that a symbolic link is not necessary if the repository and the database are on the same node.

    • Oracle Base: The top-level directory for Oracle software installations.

    • Software Location: The Oracle home directory path where the data files should reside. The path must not contain spaces.

    • Database File Location: The path to the .dbf, .dtl, and .log files.

    • OSDBA Group: The operating system group that the database administrator is a member of. Displayed only for UNIX platforms.

    • Global Database Name: A name to distinguish this database from other database instances running on the same host. Use the format database name or database name.domain name. This is the database service name.

    • Administrative Password: Enter a valid password. Retype it to Confirm.

  5. Prerequisite Checks Screen

    Lists each prerequisite check performed and its status. Click x or Restricted (symbol) to display failure messages. Click the Log icon for details.

    Fix any issues, and click Retry to run the validation again. When it runs with no errors, click Next.

  6. Summary Screen

    Click Save to create a text file of configuration details. Note the file name. Click Install.

  7. Database Installation Progress Screen

    The wizard performs the database installation in phases:

    • Installation: Runs the database installer to install the software.

    • Preconfigure: Applies patches to the installed database. Patches are located in repository_location/installers/database/patch.

    • Configure: Creates services used to connect to the database and applies the database template to set system parameters.

    • Postconfigure: Performs necessary postconfigure steps.

    • Startup: Starts installed components.

    • Validation: Connects to the database to verify the integrity of the installation.

    A message appears after the installation phase is complete directing you to run root.sh. Follow this instruction and click OK to continue the installation.

    The central log file location is displayed below the Progress bar. Click a Log icon to view phase log files. Click Retry if a failure occurs. If a recovery action is necessary, see "Troubleshooting for Database Installations" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

  8. Installation Complete Screen

    Click Save to create a details file. Use this record to supply database details required in the provisioning plan. Click Close. See Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for postinstallation information.

4.6 Creating Schemas and Tablespaces

An installation of Oracle Fusion Applications requires applications-specific schemas and tablespaces to be present in the database prior to provisioning. The Oracle Fusion Applications Repository Creation Utility (Applications RCU) manages this process. It is available on Linux x86-64 and Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit) platforms.

The Applications RCU performs these actions:

4.6.1 Oracle Data Pump

Oracle Data Pump provides high-speed, parallel, bulk data and metadata movement of Oracle Database contents. The Data Pump dump files (.dmp) that contain the table definitions are delivered as part of the provisioning framework installation to make them available to the Applications RCU.

When using Oracle Data Pump to import data and metadata for an Oracle RAC installation, note that the directory that holds the dump files must be accessible from all Oracle RAC nodes. In addition, keep the following considerations in mind:

  • To use Data Pump or external tables in an Oracle RAC configuration, you must ensure that the directory object path is on a cluster-wide file system.

    The directory object must point to shared physical storage that is visible to, and accessible from, all instances where Data Pump and/or external tables processes may run.

  • The default Data Pump behavior is that worker processes can run on any instance in an Oracle RAC configuration. Therefore, workers on those Oracle RAC instances must have physical access to the location defined by the directory object, such as shared storage media.

  • Under certain circumstances, Data Pump uses parallel query slaves to load or unload data. In an Oracle RAC environment, Data Pump does not control where these slaves run, and they may run on other instances in the Oracle RAC, regardless of what is specified for CLUSTER and SERVICE_NAME for the Data Pump job. Controls for parallel query operations are independent of Data Pump. When parallel query slaves run on other instances as part of a Data Pump job, they also require access to the physical storage of the dump file set.

4.6.2 Running the Applications RCU Wizard

In order for Applications RCU to work properly, you must locate three files and place their contents in specific locations to make them available to Applications RCU:

  • rcuHome_fusionapps_dbinstall.zip – contains the Applications RCU components needed to run the utility.

  • export_fusionapps_dbinstall.zip – contains the applications data files that the Applications RCU supplies to the database.

  • otbi.dmp – contains the Business Intelligence (BI) data that the Applications RCU supplies to the database.

See "Getting Ready" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for details about making these files available. Once you have completed the file-related preparation tasks, run the Applications RCU as follows:

  1. From APP_RCU_HOME/bin (Linux) or APP_RCU_HOME\bin (Windows) use:

    (UNIX) ./rcu

    (Windows) rcu.bat

  2. Welcome Screen. No action is necessary. Click Next.

  3. Create Repository Screen

    Select Create to create and load schemas. Click Next. See "Schema Owners" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for a list of schemas and owners.

  4. Database Connection Details Screen

    • Database Type: Select the database type.

    • Host Name: Enter the name of the server where the database is running, for example, myhost.mydomain.com. For Oracle RAC, specify the VIP name or one of the node names.

    • Port: The database port number. The default port number is 1521.

    • Service Name: The global database name. If your do not know it, see the SERVICE_NAMES parameter in the database initialization file. Or, use the global name in DB_NAME and DB_DOMAIN. For Oracle RAC, specify the service name of one of the nodes, written as examplehost.exampledomain.com.

    • User Name: The user with DBA or SYSDBA privileges. The default name with SYSDBA privileges is SYS.

    • Password: Enter the password you previously set up for the database user.

    • Role: Select Normal or SYSDBA. All schemas for Oracle Database require SYSDBA. For Oracle Internet Directory database schemas, use SYS and SYSDBA.

  5. Select Components Screen

    The Applications RCU retrieves the names of all Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Fusion Applications components and includes them in the prerequisite checking by default. You cannot change the schema owner names. Click Next to start prerequisite checking. When it runs with no errors, click OK. Click Next.

  6. Schema Passwords Screen

    Create passwords for main and additional (auxiliary) schemas.

    • Use same passwords for all schemas: Specify a single password for both schemas. Retype to Confirm.

    • Use main schema passwords for auxiliary schemas: Specify a different password to use for each main schema and for the associated auxiliary schema. Only the main schemas are visible. Retype the password to Confirm.

    • Specify different passwords for all schemas: Specify a unique password for each main schema and its auxiliary schema. Retype to Confirm.

  7. Custom Variables Screen

    Enter the location of the platform-specific custom directory objects.

    Fusion Applications

    • FUSIONAPPS_DBINSTALL_DP_DIR: The directory on the database server where you unzipped export_fusionapps_dbinstall.zip and copied the otbi.dmp file.

    • APPLCP_FILE_DIR: Used by Oracle Enterprise Scheduler to store the log and output files. Must be valid on the database server with read-write permissions to the database owner. For Oracle RAC, must point to a location that is shared across all nodes.

    • APPLLOG_DIR: Location of the PL/SQL log files, from Oracle Fusion Applications PL/SQL procedures, on the database server. Ensure that the database owner has read-write privileges.

    • KEYFLEXCOMBFILTER: Location of the Filter XMLSchema, which is used reload components after patching. You can upload the variable to register it to the database. Note: You must specify a value, however, this functionality is obsolete in this release of Oracle Fusion Applications.

    • OBIEE Backup Directory: Location of the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition dump files. These files are used enabling a restart action.

    Secure Enterprise Search

    • Do you have Advanced Compression Option (ACO) License? Yes (Y) or No (N): Default is No.

    • Do you have Oracle Partitioning option License? Yes (Y) or No (N): Default is No.

    Master and Work Repository

    Note: The default values are the ONLY valid values. If you change any of these values, the ODI-related provisioning process will not work.

    • Master Repository ID: Default = 501

    • Supervisor Password: Default = None. You must enter the same password you set up as ODI SUPERVISOR in Applications RCU.

    • Work Repository Type: (D) Development or (R). Default = D

    • Work Repository ID: Default = 501

    • Work Repository Name: Default = FUSIONAPPS_WREP

    • Work Repository Password: Default = None. You must enter the same password set up as ODI SUPERVISOR in Applications RCU.

    Oracle Transactional BI

    • Directory on the database server where Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence import and export files are stored.

    Activity Graph and Analytics

    • Install Analytics with Partitioning (Y/N): Default is N.

  8. Map Tablespaces Screen

    To start the tablespace creation process without making changes, click Next. Click OK on the information screen. Click OK to continue. Click OK when the tablespaces are completed. Or, view, add, change or delete tablespaces before you start the creation process.

    Default tablespace mappings

    Click a cell in the Default Tablespace and Temp columns to see default mappings:

    • FUSION_TEMP: For temporary tables.

    • FUSION_DYN_TS: For dynamically generated PL/SQL statements.

    • FUSION_IAS_ORASDPM_AQ: For advanced queuing JMS data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_AQ: For advanced queuing JMS data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_DQ: For data quality data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_TOOLS: Associated with Oracle Fusion Middleware data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_QUEUES: For advanced queuing and dependent tables and indexes.

    • FUSION_TX_TX_DATA: For transactional data.

    • FUSION_TS_TX_IDX: Indexes for transactional data.

    • FUSION_TS_SEED: For seed or reference data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_INTERFACE: For temporary or interface data and indexes.

    • FUSION_TS_SUMMARY: For summary management objects.

    • FUSION_TS_NOLOGGING: For materialized views and other temporary or scratch pad objects.

    • FUSION_TS_ARCHIVE: For tables and objects that are no longer used.

    • FUSION_TS_MEDIA: Contains multimedia objects such as text, video, and graphics.

    For tablespaces to be created, the datafile defaults to %DATAFILE_LOCATION%\%sid%\%tablespace_name%.dbf. You can select from existing tablespaces if they are already defined in the database.

    Changing Default and Temporary Tablespace

    • Select the tablespace name in the Default Tablespace column and select the tablespace name you want to use from the list. Components can use any number of tablespaces.

    • Repeat the steps to change a temporary tablespace by selecting a tablespace name from the Temp Tablespace list.

    Viewing and Changing Additional Tablespaces

    Some components have additional tablespaces associated with their schemas. If so, the Additional Tablespaces button active. Click it to view or modify additional tablespaces. Click the Tablespace Name column and select a tablespace. Click OK.

    Managing Tablespaces and Datafiles

    Only tablespaces that have not yet been created can be modified or removed. Click Manage Tablespaces to begin. Tablespaces that are not used, will not be created.

    To edit a tablespace, select it from the navigation tree. Complete the following:

    • Name: Specify a new tablespace name.

    • Type: Indicate whether this tablespace is temporary or permanent.

    • Block Size: The block size (in kilobytes) to be used for data retrieval.

    • Storage Type: Select Use Bigfile Tablespace if you have single large files. Select Use Automatic Segment Space Management to use bitmaps to manage free space within segments.

    Click Add for a new tablespace and specify the same details as for modifying one. Select a tablespace and click Remove to prevent if from being created.

    Manage Datafiles

    Click the Plus (+) icon and complete the Add Datafile details:

    • File Name: The name of the datafile.

    • File Directory: The location where the datafile will reside.

    • Size: The initial size of the datafile.

    • Automatically extend datafile when full (AUTOEXTEND): Select this option to extend the datafile size automatically when it becomes full. In the Increment field, select the size by which the datafile should be increased.

    • To limit maximum size, specify a value in the Maximum Size field.

    Select a datafile and click the pencil icon. Modify the information on the Edit Datafile screen. Select a datafile and click the X icon to delete the file.

    Edit a Datafile Size

    To change the size of a tablespace:

    1. Click a tablespace name to select it.

    2. Click the pencil icon to bring up the Edit Datafile screen.

    3. In the Size field, enter a new file size. For tablespaces with multiple data files, such as FUSION_TS_TX_DATA, you may delete the additional data files using the Remove Data File icon (X). For a list of optimum file sizes, see "Tablespace Optimal and OOTB Sizes" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

    4. Click OK when you have configured all the tablespaces to return to the Map Tablespaces screen.

    Click OK to dismiss the screen.

  9. Summary Screen

    Click Create. The Repository Creation Utility – Create screen appears. All errors are displayed. Fix the issues and click Next. Creation takes 1 to 10 minutes for each schema. It may take an additional half hour or more to finish the entire process.

    After the schemas are created with no errors, click OK.

  10. Completion Summary Screen

    Component log files are created and stored along with the main Applications RCU log file (rcu.log) in (Linux) APP_RCU_HOME/rcu/log/logdir.date_timestamp or (Windows) APP_RCU_HOME\rcu\log\logdir.date_timestamp. The custom_comp_create_tbs.log file lists the PL/SQL statements that created the tablespaces.

    In the fusionapps schema, three log files are created: fusion.log (lists PL/SLQ), fusionapps_runimport.log (Oracle Data Pump import log), and fusionapps_verify.log (verification errors).

    If errors are encountered for the Create operation, or for any component, the Cleanup for failed components checkbox is active and is selected by default. Applications RCU performs cleanup operations for the component that failed. See "Troubleshooting for Database Installations" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

5 Creating a Provisioning Plan

To create a provisioning plan, use the Provisioning Wizard to specify installation, configuration, and deployment details for product offerings. For full details associated with creating a provisioning plan, see Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.


Note:

The wizard warns if it cannot connect to any of the hosts specified in the plan or if any of the passwords are not valid. You can ignore the warning if it represents an exception. However, you cannot successfully run provisioning until all validations have passed.

5.1 Create Plan Interview Screens and Instructions

See Section 3.1 for the wizard start commands. During plan creation, you can click Save to create a partial plan to complete later.

  1. Welcome Screen. No action is necessary. Click Next.

  2. Installation Options Screen

    Select Create a New Applications Environment Provisioning Plan. Click Next.

  3. Specify Security Updates Screen

    • Email: Enter your email address to receive security updates by email.

    • I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support: Enter your My Oracle Support Password to have messages posted to your account.

  4. Provisioning Configurations Screen

    Choose individual product offerings within a provisioning configuration, or an entire configuration. Provisioning starts the Managed Servers only for the offerings you select. Because inter-dependent details exist for the entire configuration, you can later "turn on" this additional functionality using the Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Setup Manager to start the associated Managed Servers.

    Click Details to see the number of servers required for each offering. Once you click Next, you cannot change the product configuration. If you need to make changes, click Cancel, open a new wizard session, and create a new plan.

  5. Plan Description Screen (optional)

    Add descriptive information to this plan. The description is not associated in any way with the executable plan file, or the summary file, that the wizard saves when you click Finish on the Summary screen.

  6. Installation Location Screen

    Provide credentials for the Node Manager and supply the location of the directories required for installation and configuration actions.

    Node Manager Credentials

    • User Name: Specify a user name for the Node Manager role.

    • Password: Specify a password for the Node Manager and retype it in the Confirm Password field.

    Provide locations of various directories that the administrator needs access to.

    Installation and Configuration

    • Installers Directory Location: Enter the path to the repository_location directory you created when you downloaded the provisioning repository. For Windows, the location must be a symbolically linked directory. See "Set Up Server and Shared Area Permissions" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for additional details. Note that a symbolic link is not necessary if the repository and the database are on the same node.

    • Oracle Fusion Application Home: Enter the directory path to the Oracle home that you specified when you installed the provisioning framework. It is the root directory for all Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware products.

      In a Windows environment, this name cannot exceed eight characters, and must be a symbolically linked directory. See "Set Up the Server and the Shared Area Permissions" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

    • Application Configuration Directory: This directory is automatically populated based on the value you specify in the Oracle Fusion Applications Home field. It is the path to the directory where the configuration files for the domain will be written. For Windows, the location must be a symbolically linked directory. See "Set Up the Server and the Shared Area Permissions" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

    • Enable Local Application Configuration: Select this check box to run the Managed Servers from a non-networked (local) disk on the host, visible only to the processes running on that host. If you enable this option, the wizard copies the domain configuration from the shared location and places it on the local disk you specify. This configures all Managed Servers to run from the non-networked location.

    • Local Application Config Directory: Specify the location for the local domain directory you want to set up. This field is required if you selected Enable Local Application Configuration. The specified directory must initially be empty.

    • WebGate Library Location: Oracle Fusion Applications (WebGate component) requires special versions of gcc libraries to be installed. These library files must exist somewhere on the Linux system. To make these libraries available, download them from http://gcc.gnu.org, as described in "Installing Third-Party GCC Libraries (Linux and Solaris Operating Systems Only)" in Oracle Fusion Applications Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle Identity Management.

      In Linux x86-64 (64-Bit) and Oracle Solaris environments, enter the location where you installed the libraries. This field does not appear for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit) or IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-Bit).

      For more information, see also "GCC Run-Time Libraries for Linux and Solaris" at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/10gr3-webgates-integrations-readme-154689.pdf.

    Middleware Dependencies

    • Font Directory: Appears only if you have selected Oracle Sales, Oracle Marketing, or Oracle Financials offerings. Enter the directory where the TrueType fonts are installed. The location varies on different operating systems, but is typically found here:

      • Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit): C:\WINDOWS\Fonts

      • Linux x86-64: /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TTF

      • Oracle Solaris: /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType

      • IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-Bit): /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType

      Some systems may not have TrueType fonts installed. If you cannot locate the fonts on your system, verify that they have been installed. In addition, you can use the fonts directory shipped as part of the JRE installed in the repository. Regardless of which path you specify, you must have access to .ttf (.TTF) files.

    • Default IDM Configuration Using IDM Properties File: Select this check box if you want the values on the Identity Management Configuration screen and the Access and Policy Management Configuration screen to default to the values in the IDM properties file (idmDomainConfig.param). See Section 4.4.

    • IDM Properties file: Enter the location of the (idmDomainConfig.param) file, for example, IDM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin/idmDomainDonfig.param.

    Oracle Business Intelligence Repository Password

    RPD Password: Specify and Confirm a password to allow access to the metadata repository (RPD) for both Oracle Business Intelligence Applications and Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence. The password must be between 8 and 30 characters and contain at least one digit. It can include letters, numbers, pound sign (#), dollar sign ($), or underscore (_).

    In addition, if you are provisioning an environment that is pointed to an existing seeded identity management infrastructure, the RPD password must match the one that you specified when identity management was seeded. Provisioning sets up this password, but does not actually access the repository.

    If the environment created is Windows-based, the wizard prompts for:

    • Windows Domain\Windows User Name: Specify a user name to use for running provisioning.

    • Windows Domain Password: Specify a password for running provisioning. Retype the password to Confirm it.

  7. System Port Allocation Screen

    Accept the default values or set custom values for the Applications Base Port. High and low ranges are assigned to the Application Domain Port Ranges. The default allotment is 399. Each range is sequential, in ascending order.

    Ports listed under Other Ports are not derived from the Base Port value, but use customized port values. See "Port Allocation" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for validation rules.

  8. Database Configuration Screen

    Enter the database parameters you established when you installed Oracle Database. The wizard validates whether the database you installed is a single instance of Oracle Database or Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). If a Single Instance Database, enter:

    • Host Name: The name of the host where the database is installed.

    • Port: The listening port for the database.

    • Service Name: Global database name for the database that you installed. Distinguishes this database instance from other instances on the same host.

    If you have installed Oracle RAC, select Real Application Clusters Database and enter the Service Name you specified when you installed the database. Add creates a row for new instances. Remove deletes a row. Enter the following values:

    • Host Name: The name of the host for each Oracle RAC instance.

    • Port: The listening port of the database.

    • Instance Name: Name of the Oracle RAC instance for managing this database.

  9. Schema Passwords Screen

    Select an option and enter the schema passwords you set up for the database:

    • Use the same password for all accounts: Select this option if you set up a single password for all accounts. Enter the value in the Password field.

    • Use a different password for each account: Select this option if you set up individual passwords for each Account. Enter values in the Password field.

  10. ODI Password Configuration Screen.

    Enter the ODI Supervisor Password you created when you installed Oracle Data Integrator. This screen does not appear for Oracle Financials products.

  11. Domain Topology Screen

    Choose an option that represents the hosts in your environment to determine the domain-related screens to follow. Hosts must use the same operating system. You cannot install "domain1" on Windows and "domain2" on Linux.

    • One host for all domains: Specify the Host Name to provision all components on a single host. The wizard continues the interview at the Web Tier Configuration screen when you click Next.

    • One host per domain: Specify a Host Name for each of the domains to be provisioned. Provisioning installs and configures the Managed Servers for each Application Domain on the host that you specify. The wizard continues the interview at the Web Tier Configuration screen when you click Next.

    • One host per application and middleware component: Specify a host for each application and middleware component individually. The wizard displays the Common Domain screen when you click Next, and includes all domain-specific screens in the interview.

    If you choose the last option, you cannot change the topology selections once you click Next. You must click Cancel, open a new wizard session, and create a new plan.

  12. Common Domain Screen and Product_Family Domain Screens

    Note: These screens appear only if you select the One host per application and middleware component option on the Domain Topology Configuration screen.

    All hosts must have the same operating system and a common mount point for shared network storage. The Admin Server host is the default for all servers.

    • Host Name: Specify the host where you want to install and configure the Managed Servers for this domain.

    • Port: Port for internal communications only. The wizard assigns values based on the port ranges (System Port Allocation screen). You can edit values, but they must be unique within the domain and fall with the range specified.

    • Secure Port: The SSL port for internal communications only. You can edit individual values if a conflict occurs.

    • UCM Intradoc Server Port: Port where the Universal Content Management Server listens. Used only in the Common domain.

    • InBound Refinery Server Port: Port used for calling top-level services.

  13. Business Intelligence Configuration Screen

    Oracle Business Intelligence products are integrated with Oracle Fusion Applications and include: Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence, Oracle Essbase, Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher, and Oracle Real-Time Decisions.

    Enter the Host for these products. Provisioning creates the RPD password you specified on the Installation Location screen and makes it available for accessing the metadata repository in your new environment.

  14. Web Tier Configuration Screen

    Configure Oracle HTTP Server and choose a virtual host type.

    Web Tier

    • Install Web Tier in DMZ: Select this option if you set up a separate host for web tier installation as a demilitarized zone (DMZ). This host does not have access to the shared file system. It cannot be used for any other host deployed, regardless of domain. See "Setting Up a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) for the Web Tier" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

    • Host: Enter the name of the host where Oracle HTTP Server will be installed and configured.

    • Virtual Host Mode: Select one of the following:

      • IP Based: Created on the basis of an IP or IP:host combination (default).

      • Name Based: Create new DNS entries, such as fin.example.com and crm.example.com to use as virtual hosts.

      • Port Based: Created based on the internal and external port for each domain.

    • Domain Name: Specify a domain name (using the format my.example.com) to configure the domain in which Oracle Fusion Applications will receive requests. This value is also used as the default domain name for name-based virtual hosts.

    • HTTP Port: The default port for the web tier. Should not require operating system administrator privileges.

    • HTTPS (SSL) Port: Secure port for the web tier. Should not require operating system administrator privileges.

    SMTP Server

    • Host: Specify the host for email marketing. This field appears only if you selected the Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management offering.

    • Port: Default port for the SMTP server.

  15. Virtual Hosts Configuration Screen

    Based on the Web Tier Configuration option, specify values for:

    IP Based:

    • Internal Name: The host name or IP address where the web tier listens on the internal virtual host for this domain.

    • Internal Port: The port for this internal virtual host. Should be visible only from inside the firewall.

    • External Name: The host name or IP address for the external virtual host for this domain or middleware dependency. The host:port should be visible from outside the firewall.

    • External Port: The port for this external virtual host. The host:port should be visible from outside the firewall.

    Name Based:

    • Internal.Name: DNS name for this internal virtual host, for example, fin-internal.

    • External.Name: DNS name for this external virtual host, for example, fin.

    Port Based:

    • Internal Port: The port that is visible from inside the firewall.

    • External Port: The port that is visible from outside the firewall.

  16. Load Balancer Configuration Screen

    To take advantage of a load balancing configuration, check Load Balancing Enabled and specify:

    • Internal Load Balancer Configuration: The host and port for the internal Virtual IP (VIP).

    • External Load Balancer Configuration: The host and port of the external Virtual IP (VIP). It must have a publicly available address to be usable.

  17. Web Proxy Configuration Screen

    Create Proxy Settings to enable Internet connections through a proxy server:

    • Enable Web Proxy: Select to enable proxy-related values to set up access to the Internet. Note: If you are a CRM customer and have a web proxy for external HTTP(S) traffic, you must select Enable Web Proxy and specify your web proxy configuration.

    • Web Proxy Host: Enter the name of the host where the proxy server is installed.

    • Web Proxy Port: The listening port assigned to the proxy server.

    • Enable Secure Web Proxy: Select to have the proxy server SSL-enabled. If you select this check box, the Secure Web Proxy Host and Secure Web Proxy Port fields become mandatory.

    • Secure Web Proxy Host: Enter the SSL host used for secure communications.

    • Secure Web Proxy Port: Enter the SSL port used for internal communications.

    • No Proxy Hosts: Defaults to hosts that are connected directly. If there are multiple hosts, they are listed and separated by a vertical bar (|). You can use a wildcard character (*) to specify hosts that should be bypassed. For example, *.example.com would bypass all hosts whose name ends with .example.com.

    • Proxy Server Requires Authentication: To enable authentication for the proxy server, select this option.

    • User Name: Enter the user name that you set up for accessing the proxy server.

    • Password: Enter the password that you set up for accessing the proxy server.

  18. Identity Management Configuration Screen

    Provisioning loads roles, policies, and applications IDs that you created during the Oracle Identity Management installation. To share the identity management environment across multiple Oracle Fusion Applications installations and make policies and roles accessible to all environments, populate identity management configuration details in the first installation. See Section 4.4 for details.

    For nonseeded environments, provide the following files from a previously provisioned environment that was seeded to the same Oracle Identity Management components that you are installing. The files are in domain-home/config/fmconfig or in a previously provisioned environment.

    • jps-config-jse.xml – located in domain.

    • cwallet.sso – copy this file from the same domain as the jps-config-jse.xml. It is located in: domain-home/config/fmwconfig/bootstrap/cwallet.sso.

    Copy the files to the following location:

    repository_location/keystore
    /jps-config-jse.xml
    /bootstrap
       /cwallet.sso
    

    Enter values from the Oracle Identity Management infrastructure you previously installed. If you entered the location of the idmDomainConfig.param file on the Installation Location screen, those values appear as defaults. See Section 4.4. You can replace the values if the original configuration has changed.

    • Super User Name: Enter the name of an existing user that should be granted administrator and functional setup privileges. The uid attribute must be set to be the same as the cn attribute.

    • Enable Seeding of Security Data: Controls the uploading of Oracle Fusion Applications security policies and user credentials into the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) as a part of provisioning. This option is selected by default. Deselecting it disables this action during provisioning.

    • Create Administrators Group: Indicate whether you created an "Administrators" group, whose members have specialized privileges for all Oracle Fusion Middleware components.

    • Create Monitors Group: Indicate whether you created a "Monitors" group, whose members have read-only administrative privileges to Oracle WebLogic Server domains.

    • Create Operators Group: Indicate whether you created an "Operators" group, whose members have Monitors privileges to Oracle WebLogic Server domains.

    • Identity Store Server Type: Indicate the type of identity store that you set up: OID (Oracle Internet Directory) or OVD (Oracle Virtual Directory).

    • Identity Store Host: Enter the host or DNS name for your identity store LDAP service.

    • Identity Store Port: The port assigned to the identity store.

    • Identity Store Secure Port: The SSL port assigned to the identity store.

    • Identity Store User DN: Enter the Distinguished Name of the user that you set up with read-write access to the LDAP.

    • Identity Store Password: Enter the password that you set up for the user with read-write access to the LDAP.

    • Identity Store Read-only User DN: Enter the Distinguished Name (DN) of the user that you set up with read-only access to the Identity Store LDAP.

    • Identity Store Read-only Password: Enter the password that you set up for the identity store read-only user.

    • Identity Store Enabled SSL: Select this option if your identity store is SSL-enabled and if the required certificates are provided in the IDM keystore file.

    • Identity Store User Name Attribute: Choose the type of user name attribute that you configured in the identity store. Valid values are: user ID (uid), common name (CN), or email address.

    • Identity Store User Base DN: Enter the root Distinguished Name assigned to the upload of applications user data. This is the root for all the user data in your identity store.

    • Identity Store Group Base DN: Enter the root Distinguished Name for all the group data in your identity store.

    • OIM Admin Server Host: Enter the name of the host where the OIM Administration Server is installed.

    • OIM Admin Server Port: The port where the OIM Administration Server listens.

    • OIM Administrator User Name: Enter the name you set up as the OIM administrator.

    • OIM Administrator Password: Enter the password you set up for the OIM administrator.

    • OIM Managed Server Host: Enter the virtual or real host name of the Oracle Identity Manager Managed Server where SPML callback and other OIM services are running.

    • OIM Managed Server Port: Enter the virtual or real port where the Oracle Identity Manager Managed Server listens.

    • OIM Endpoint Host: The access point on the Oracle HTTP Server for Oracle Identity Manager services in an Oracle Identity Management enterprise deployment, or the Oracle Identity Manager Managed Server access point in case of a non-enterprise deployment. Enter the HTTP termination address of Oracle Access Manager. Terminates at either a load balancer or the Oracle HTTP Server.

    • OIM Endpoint Port: The port where the endpoint host listens.

    • OIM Endpoint Enabled SSL: Select this option if the endpoint host is SSl-enabled.

    • IDM Keystore File: Enter the location of the JKS keystore containing the certificates for the Oracle Identity Management components. If SSL is not enabled, you can supply a "dummy" .jks file name. The file can be of any type, with or without content. Validation is only for the existence of the file.

    • IDM Keystore Password: Enter the password that you set up for the IDM Keystore File. If you set up a "dummy" file, enter a "dummy" password. It can be of any format, as there is no validation other than for its existence.

  19. Access and Policy Management Configuration Screen

    Enter values from the Oracle Identity Management infrastructure you previously installed. If you entered the location of the idmDomainConfig.param file on the Installation Location screen, those values appear as defaults. See Section 4.4. You can replace the values if the original configuration has changed.

    Oracle Access Manager Configuration

    • OAM Administrator User Name: Enter the name you assigned this user when you installed OAM.

    • OAM Administrator Password: Enter the password you assigned this user when you installed OAM.

    • OAM AAA Server Host: Enter the name of the proxy host where the Oracle Access Manager is installed.

    • OAM AAA Server Port: The port number for the Oracle Access Manager listener on the OAM proxy host.

    • Access Server Identifier: Name used to identify the Oracle Access Server.

    • Enable Second Primary Oracle Access Manager: Select this check box to name a second Primary Oracle Access Manager for high availability.

    • Second Access Server Identifier: Enter the name of the second Primary Oracle Access Manager Server.

    • OAM Security Mode: Enter the OAM transport security mode that you set up for this access server. Values are Simple or Open. Enter the value that you used when you set up when you installed OAM. For IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-Bit), you must use the Open mode for setup.

    • OAM Simple Mode Passphrase: Enter the passphrase that you set up to secure the communication with the OAM Server. Required only if the mode is specified as Simple.

    • Webgate Password: Specify a password for the Resource WebGate. Must contain at least eight alphanumeric characters and one digit or punctuation mark. Retype to Confirm. If seeding of security data is disabled, the password must be the existing WebGate password.

    Oracle Platform Security Services

    • OPSS Policy Store Host: Enter the host name for OID where Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) policies are to be seeded.

    • OPSS Policy Store Port: number of the OID port for the OPSS policy store.

    • OPSS Policy Store Secure Port: The secure port for OID.

    • OPSS Policy Store Read-Write User Name: Enter the Distinguished Name of the user that you set up with write privileges to the OPSS policy store.

    • OPSS Policy Store Password: Enter the password that you set up for the OPSS policy store user with read-write privileges.

    • OPSS Policy Store JPS Root Node: Enter the Distinguished Name of the node that you set up to be used as the OPSS policy root.

    • Create OPSS Policy Store JPS Root Node: enabled only if the Enable Seeding of Security Data check box on the Identity Management Configuration screen is selected. Select this option to create the OPSS JPS Root Node.

    • OPSS Policy Store SSL Enabled: Select this option if the OID used for storing OPSS policies is SSL-enabled and the required certificates are provided in the IDM keystore.

  20. IDM Database Configuration Screen

    Enter the parameters for Oracle Database that you installed for the Oracle Identity Manager (OIM). The wizard validates whether the database is a single instance of Oracle Database or Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). If a Single Instance Database, enter:

    • Host Name: The name of the host where the OIM database is installed.

    • Database Port: The listening port of the OIM database.

    • Service Name: A unique name for the OIM database instance.

    For Oracle RAC, select Real Application Clusters Database. Enter the Service Name you specified when you installed this database. Add rows for individual instances or click Remove to delete.

    • Host Name: Enter the name of the host for each Oracle RAC instance.

    • Port: The listening port of the OIM database.

    • Instance Name: The name of the Oracle RAC instance used to manage this database.

    Enter the database schema and password used to store the Oracle Metadata Services (MDS) Repository data for Oracle Web Services Policy Manager.

    • Schema Owner: The owner of the MDS schema in the OIM database that is used by Oracle Web Services Policy Manager.

    • Schema Owner Password: Enter the password for the MDS schema.

  21. Summary screen

    Click Back to return to previous screens. Enter a Provisioning Plan Name (executable file) and a Provisioning Plan Summary (text file for plan details). Specify a Directory that has read-write privileges and is visible to all servers accessing shared storage. Click Finish to save the files. Make a note of the location.

5.2 Updating a Provisioning Plan

During plan creation, you can create a partial plan. Click Save at any point. When you are ready to continue, start the wizard and select Update an Existing Provisioning Plan from the Installation Options screen. You can continue where you left off.

If you click Cancel, you have several options as well:

You can return to the wizard as many times as necessary to complete a partial plan. The wizard does not recognize a plan as being complete or valid until you have clicked Finish on the Summary screen.

Note that once you select product offerings for a partial or completed plan, you cannot update the product mix. You must start a new wizard session and create a new plan.

6 Provisioning a New Environment

The number of hosts and the way they are classified determines the order in which you provision your environment.

Provisioning is run in phases (targets), in phase order. Phases can be run sequentially on multiple hosts, however you must complete each phase successfully on all hosts before you can start the next phase. You track phase status on the primordial host.

See "Installation Phase Order for Oracle Identity Management Components" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for Oracle Identity Management actions.

Two additional phases are related to cleanup and recovery actions:

See "Recovery After Failure" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

6.2 Provisioning Interview Screens and Instructions: Single-Host Install

To provision on a single host, start the Provisioning Wizard on the primordial host and complete the following information. See Section 3.1 for the start commands.

  1. Welcome Screen. No action is necessary.

  2. Installation Options Screen

    Select Provision an Applications Environment. Specify the location of the Provisioning Plan for this environment.

  3. Plan Description Screen

    Specify descriptive information about this plan. This description is not associated in any way with the executable plan file, or the summary file, that the wizard saves when you finish creating this plan.

  4. Installation Location Screen

    Displays credentials and locations for this plan. Make changes, if needed.

  5. Review Provisioning Configuration Screen

    Check one or more provisioning configuration screens to add them to the interview. You cannot change an offering, but you can change configuration details. Click Next without selecting offerings to omit them from the interview.

    NOTE: You must fix all issues stated in the warnings displayed during the plan creation before you can successfully provision an environment. Select the screens associated with the warnings to make them available for changes. All validations must pass before you can run the install phase.

  6. Summary Screen

    Click Next. The wizard initiates the preverify phase on the primordial host and displays the Prerequisite Checks screen. It also creates a current copy of this plan and saves it in the directory indicated in the message pane.

  7. Prerequisite Checks Screen

    Displays the build processes for preverify. When this phase is complete with no errors, click Next to initiate the install phase and display the Installation screen. In case of failures, click Retry to initiate cleanup and restore actions You can rerun this phase as many times as necessary. However, you can no longer modify the provisioning plan once you click Next.

  8. Installation Screen

    Displays the builds for the install phase. When it is complete with no errors, click Next to initiate the preconfigure phase. Continue clicking Next to initiate subsequent phases (configure, configure-secondary, postconfigure, startup, and validate). The Retry button is active on tracking screens reporting failures.

  9. Validation Screen

    When all phases are completed with no errors, click Next.

  10. Installation Complete Screen. Click Finish. A summary file is saved to: framework_location/provisioning/provisioning-plan/ provisioning_plan_name-timedate.summary.

6.3 Provisioning Screens and Instructions: Multiple-Host Installations

Complete the same screens as in Section 6.2. Use the wizard to run provisioning on the primordial host. Use the command line for primary and secondary hosts.

Open a separate terminal session for each host. Run the wizard on the primordial host as described in Section 3.1. Initiate each phase (in order) on the primary and secondary hosts with the runProvisioning command, adding arguments shown in Table 3.

Table 3 Command-Line Syntax for Phase Arguments

SyntaxDescription

path_to_script

Directory path to the provisioning repository location where the build scripts are located. This directory was set up when you installed the provisioning framework, for example framework_location/provisioning.

-plan

You must provide the location of a previously saved provisioning plan. Input is:

provisioning_plan_location

-target

Indicates that the script should run a specific installation phase (target). Any phase_name is a valid argument, for example, -target perverify.

-ignoreSysPrereqs

Options: true|false

Default: false. -ignoreSysPrereqs true is the same as -ignoreSysPrereqs with no value.

Adding this argument disables validation for database, schema, and hosts, and enables you to progress to the install phase without having to fix failure issues. Checks continue to be performed, but failures are ignored.

Use for both the provisioningWizard and the runprovisioning commands. If specified with runprovisioning -target install, any Oracle Universal Installer exceptions are ignored.

If you specify this argument for the preverify phase, you must specify it for all the remaining phases (install, preconfigure, configure, configure-secondary, startup, and validate). If it is not specified for the remaining phases, a phase guard exception will be raised.

-invPrtLoc

Specifies the location of the Oracle inventory directory, which is used by the installers to keep track of which Oracle products are installed on a host. See Section 4.3.1.

For example, the runProvisioning command would be:

(UNIX) path_to_script/runProvisioning.sh -invPtrLoc /home/oracle/oraInst.loc or (Windows) path_to_script\runProvisioning.bat -invPtrLoc \home\oracle\oraInst.loc.


Run the phases in order, completing each phase on every host before you start the next phase. For example, you can run preverify on Host A, B, and C simultaneously, but you cannot click Next on the Prerequisite Checks screen to start install until preverify is been completed successfully on all hosts. You can monitor the progress of each phase on the primordial host.

In the following steps, the user interface notation (UI) describes actions on the primordial host. The CLI notation describes command-line actions on the other hosts.

  1. Open a separate terminal session, for example, Host A, B, and C, and log in.

  2. (UI) Start the Provisioning Wizard on Host A with the provisioningWizard command. See Section 3.1. On the Installation Options screen, enter the path to the Provisioning Plan, or click Browse and navigate to the plan.

  3. (UI) Plan Description Screen

    Change details if necessary. Changes to this screen, or to the Installation Location and Review Provisioning Configuration screens, are saved in a new provisioning plan, which will be used to provisioning this environment.

  4. (UI) Installation Location Screen

    Displays credentials and directories for this plan. Make changes, if needed.

  5. (UI) Review Provisioning Configuration Screen

    Select one or more provisioning configuration screens to make them available for changes in the interview. You cannot change add or delete an offering. Click Next without selecting any offerings to go directly to the Summary screen.

    NOTE: You must fix all issues stated in the warnings displayed during the plan creation before you can successfully provision an environment. Select the screens associated with the warnings to make them available for changes. All validations must pass before you can run the install phase.

  6. (UI) Summary Screen

    Click Next. The wizard initiates the preverify phase on the primordial host and displays the Prerequisite Checks screen. It also creates a current copy of this plan and saves it in the directory indicated in the message pane.

  7. (UI) Prerequisite Checks Screen

    The wizard displays the build processes and their status for this phase.

  8. (CLI and UI) In the terminal session on Host B and C, start preverify from the command line. Enter preverify for the -target argument.

    (UNIX) path_to_script/runProvisioning.sh -plan provisioning_plan_location -target preverify

    (Windows) path_to_script\runProvisioning.bat -plan provisioning_plan_location -target preverify

    In case of failures, click Retry to initiate cleanup and restore actions You can rerun this phase as many times as necessary. When it is complete with no errors, click Next to initiate the install phase and display the Installation screen. You can no longer modify the provisioning plan once you click Next.

  9. (UI) Installation Screen

    The wizard displays the build processes and their status for this phase.

  10. (CLI and UI) In the terminal session on Host B and C, start install from the command line. Enter install for the -target argument.

    (UNIX) path_to_script/runProvisioning.sh -plan provisioning_plan_location -target install

    (Windows) path_to_script\runProvisioning.bat -plan provisioning_plan_location -target install

    In case of failures, click Retry to initiate cleanup and restore actions. When install is completed on all hosts with no errors, click Next to initiate each subsequent phase on Host A (UI), then B (CLI) and C (CLI). Use preconfigure, configure, configure-secondary, postconfigure, startup, and validate on Host B and C for the -target argument.

  11. Validation Screen

    When all phases are complete with no errors, click Next. See "Troubleshooting the Provisioning Process" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

  12. Installation Complete Screen

    Click Finish.

6.5 What to Do Next

Your new Oracle Fusion Applications environment is complete and operational. You must now perform the necessary implementation and function setup tasks.

7 Deinstalling an Oracle Fusion Applications Environment

The deinstallation process removes components that were installed using the Provisioning Wizard. The database and LDAP are not removed.

  • You must run the deinstall process on all hosts, starting with the primordial host. Use the Provisioning Wizard deinstall option for the primordial host, and the command line option for the primary and secondary hosts. Products installed from the command line must be deinstalled from the command line.

  • Start the Provisioning Wizard on the primordial host. Monitor the deinstall from the primordial host interface.

  • All binaries, regardless of patch level, are removed.

Note: You cannot partially deinstall an environment by selecting specific components.

7.1 Preparing to Deinstall

Use the provisioning deinstall option (Provisioning Wizard or the command line). Do not delete the APPLICATIONS_BASE, APPLICATIONS_CONFIG, and the oraInventory directories manually.

  1. Stop any processes that are running in the environment.

  2. Shut down all Managed Servers, the Administration Server, and the Node Manager on all hosts. Stop any Windows services before deinstalling the software. See "Stopping an Oracle Applications Environment" in Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide.

  3. Stop Oracle HTTP Server with this command: WT_CONFIG_HOME/bin/opmnctl shutdown.

  4. Stop the Oracle Business Intelligence components controlled by OPMN with this command: BI_CONFIG_HOME/bin/opmnctl shutdown. See "Using the OPMN Command Line to Start, Stop, Restart, and View the Status of System Components" in Oracle Fusion Middleware System Administrator's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g for more information.

  5. Shut down Global Order Promising (GOP) (if provisioned): (UNIX) gop_instance_base/bin/opmnctl shutdown. To remove Windows service, run: (Windows) sc delete GlobalOrderPromisingServer1.

  6. Stop the Java EE components using Oracle Enterprise Manage Fusion Middleware Control. See "Starting and Stopping Java EE Applications Using WLST" in Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide.

  7. Shut down Informatica Identity Resolution (IIR) (if provisioned) by running these commands in the order listed:

    1. APPLICATIONS_BASE/informaticaIR/bin/idsdown

    2. APPLICATIONS_BASE/informaticaIR/bin/lidown

See "Starting and Stopping Components in the Oracle Fusion Applications Environment" in Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide for more information.

7.2 Deinstall Interview Screens and Instructions

Start the Provisioning Wizard. See Section 3.1. Then, complete these tasks:

  1. Welcome Screen. No action is necessary.

  2. Installation Options Screen

    Select Deinstall an Applications Environment. Enter the directory path to the Provisioning Plan you used for this environment.

  3. Summary Screen. Review the summary and click Deinstall.

  4. Deinstallation Progress Screen

    Deinstalls components on the primordial host. Use the command line to deinstall on primary or secondary hosts (if present). Click the x or Restricted symbol to display error messages. Click the Log icon to review log information.

    Click Retry to start the cleanup and restore actions if a failure occurs. When all actions are complete without errors, click Next.

  5. Deinstallation Complete Screen

    Click Save to create a text file that contains details. Click Finish.

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