|Oracle® Fusion Applications Concepts Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.4)
Part Number E15525-04
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This chapter contains the following topics:
Oracle Fusion Applications uses both types of the components that Oracle Fusion Middleware provides, the Java component and the system component. A Java component is an Oracle Fusion Middleware component that is deployed as one or more Java EE applications and a set of resources. Java components are deployed to an Oracle WebLogic Server domain as part of a domain template. A system component is a manageable process that is not deployed as a Java application. Instead, a system component is managed by Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server.
For more information on the Oracle Fusion Middleware components, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Concepts.
After installation, a typical Oracle Fusion Applications runtime environment, shown in Figure 1-1, contains the following:
Oracle Fusion Applications product families.
For information, see Section 1.2, "Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture Design".
Oracle Fusion Middleware, comprising the following:
Oracle Fusion Middleware infrastructure components
For information, see Chapter 3, "Oracle Fusion Middleware Components for Oracle Fusion Applications".
Oracle Fusion Middleware components
For information, see Chapter 4, "Oracle Fusion Middleware Components".
Oracle WebLogic Server
For information, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Introduction to Oracle WebLogic Server.
For information, see Section 2.3, "Oracle Database".
Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Applications Control (Fusion Applications Control).
For more information, see the "Getting Started with Administering Oracle Fusion Applications" chapter in the Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control (Grid Control).
For more information, see the "Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control" section in the Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control (Database Control).
For more information, see Oracle Database 2 Day DBA.
Oracle Fusion Applications uses Oracle Database to store and retrieve all transactional and reference data and to store design-time data in repositories. After installation and configuration, the transactional database contains applications and middleware schemas, seed data, the tablespaces, and all other required packages. For more information, see Oracle Database 2 Day DBA.