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E Silent Installation and Deinstallation

This appendix describes how to install and deinstall Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer from the command line in silent mode. This appendix contains the following topics:

E.1 About Silent Installation and Deinstallation

For information about silent installation and deinstallation, refer to "Silent Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation and Deinstallation" in Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Planning Guide.

E.2 Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer Response Files

Before doing a silent installation, you must provide information specific to your installation in a response file. The installer will fail if you attempt an installation using a response file that is not configured correctly. Response files are text files that you can create or edit in a text editor

Oracle recommends creating your response file by first running the install GUI, then clicking Save on the Installation Summary. You will be prompted for a name and location where you want to create this response file. After it is created, you can use it exactly as-is to replicate the installation on other systems, or modify it as needed.

This section contains the following:

E.2.1 Silent Installation Response Files

Table E-1 lists the installation response files provided in the Disk1/stage/Response (on UNIX operating systems) or Disk1\stage\Response (on Windows operating systems) directory on the installation CD-ROM:

Table E-1 Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer Installation and Configuration Response File Templates

Template Description

configure_only.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you have already installed the software on your system, and now need to configure the products to either create or extend a domain.

The equivalent using the GUI would be to run the config.sh (on UNIX operating systems) or config.bat (on Windows operating systems) script from the ORACLE_HOME/bin (on UNIX operating systems) or ORACLE_HOME\bin (on Windows operating systems) directory.

See Section E.2.1.1, "Contents of the configure_only.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.

install_only.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you only want to install the software on your system.

The equivalent using the GUI would be selecting Install Software - Do Not Configure option on the Select Installation Type.

See Section E.2.1.2, "Contents of the install_only.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.

install_and_configure.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you want to install and configure the software on your system.

The equivalent using the GUI would be selecting Install and Configure option on the Select Installation Type.

See Section E.2.1.3, "Contents of the install_and_configure.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.


E.2.1.1 Contents of the configure_only.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/configure_only.rsp response file on a UNIX operating system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Set this to true if you want to create a new domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "EXTEND_DOMAIN" and "EXPAND_CLUSTER" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
CREATE_DOMAIN=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to extend an already existing domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "CREATE_DOMAIN" and "EXPAND_CLUSTER" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
EXTEND_DOMAIN=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to expand a cluster in an already existing domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "CREATE_DOMAIN" and "EXTEND_DOMAIN" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
EXPAND_CLUSTER=false
 
#Write the name of the domain you want to create. Domain name may only contain alphanumeric characters, or the underscore (_) or hyphen (-) characters.
DOMAIN_NAME=
 
#Write the name of the host to which you want to connect. It should have an already existing domain configured.
DOMAIN_HOSTNAME=
 
#Give the port number at which the host should be connected.
DOMAIN_PORT=
 
#Give an administrator user name for the domain if you are creating a new one otherwise give the administrator user name for the domain configured at the host.
ADMIN_USER_NAME=weblogic
 
#Give an administrator password for the domain if you are creating a new one otherwise give the administrator password for the domain configured at the host.
ADMIN_PASSWORD=
 
#Write the administrator password again to confirm.
ADMIN_CONFIRM_PASSWORD=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Username. If you wish to ignore Oracle Configuration Manager configuration provide empty string for user name.
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Password
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you wish to decline the security updates. Setting this to true and providing empty string for My Oracle Support username will ignore the Oracle Configuration Manager configuration
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES=false
 
#Set this to true if My Oracle Support Password is specified
SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT=true
#Provide the Proxy Host
PROXY_HOST=
 
#Provide the Proxy Port
PROXY_PORT=
 
#Provide the Proxy Username
PROXY_USER=
 
#Provide the Proxy Password
PROXY_PWD=
 
#Give the complete path to a valid Middleware Home with WebLogic Server installed.
MW_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path to a valid WebLogic Server Home for the corresponding Middleware Home entered.
WL_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path for an Oracle Home to be created. The Oracle Home directory name may only contain alphanumeric , hyphen (-) , dot (.) and underscore (_) characters, and it must begin with an alphanumeric character.
ORACLE_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path for an Oracle Instance directory to be created. This is the location where the software configuration files and runtime processes will reside.
INSTANCE_HOME=
 
#Give a name for Oracle Instance corresponding to the Instance Home. The Oracle Instance name may only contain alphanumeric and underscore (_) characters, it must begin with an alphabetic (a-z or A-Z) character, and must be from 4 to 30 characters in length.
INSTANCE_NAME=asinst_1
 
#Set this to true if you want the configuration wizard to assign the ports automatically.
AUTOMATIC_PORT_DETECT=true
 
#Give the location for the file containing the list of static ports if you manually want to assign ports.
STATICPORT INI FILE LOCATION=
 
#Set this to true if you do not want to use proxy.
DO NOT USE PROXY SETTINGS=true
 
#Set this to true if you do want to use proxy.
ENABLE PROXY=false
 
#Give the host name for proxy settings.
PROXY HOST NAME=
 
#Give the port for proxy settings.
PROXY PORT NO=
 
#Give the bypass addresses for proxy settings.
PROXY BY PASS ADDRESS=
#Give the connection string to establish a connection to a database.
DATABASE_CONNECTION_STRING=
 
#Set this to true if you want to register Discoverer Schema, schema name and password details need to be provided.
REGISTER_DISCOVERER_SCHEMA=true
 
#Give the Discoverer Schema Name.
DISCOVERER_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Portal Schema Name.
PORTAL_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Discoverer Schema Password.
DISCOVERER_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Give the Portal Schema Password.
PORTAL_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to register Portlet Schema, schema name and password details need to be provided.
REGISTER_PORTLET_SCHEMA=true
 
#Give the Portlet Schema Name.
PORTLET_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Portlet Schema Password.
PORTLET_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to use Application OID. It has to be true you are configuring Oracle Portal.
USE_OID=true
 
#Give the Application OID hostname.
OID_HOST=
 
#Give the Application OID port.
OID_PORT=
 
#Give the Application OID user name.
OID_USERNAME=cn=orcladmin
 
#Give the Application OID password.
OID_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to use Application OID in SSL mode.
OID_USE_SSL=false
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Portal. "CONFIGURE_WEBCACHE" and "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Portal Configuration is dependent on them.
CONFIGURE_PORTAL=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Forms
CONFIGURE_FORMS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Reports
CONFIGURE_REPORTS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Discoverer. "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Discoverer Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_DISCO=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Forms Builder. "CONFIGURE_FORMS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Forms Builder Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_FORMS_BUILDER=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Reports Builder. "CONFIGURE_REPORTS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Reports Builder Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_REPORTS_BUILDER=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle HTTP Server.
CONFIGURE_OHS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Webcache. "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Webcahce Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_WEBCACHE=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Enterprise Manager.
ENTERPRISE_MANAGEMENT=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to create a cluster for the selected applications
CREATE_CLUSTERED=true

E.2.1.2 Contents of the install_only.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/install_only.rsp response file on a UNIX operating system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Set this to true if installation and configuration need to be done, all other required variables need to be provided. Variable "INSTALL AND CONFIGURE LATER TYPE" must be set to false if this is set to true as the variables are mutually exclusive
INSTALL AND CONFIGURE TYPE=false
 
#Set this to true if only Software only installation need to be done. If this is set to true then variable "INSTALL AND CONFIGURE TYPE" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
INSTALL AND CONFIGURE LATER TYPE=true
 
#Give the complete path for an Oracle Home to be created. The Oracle Home directory name may only contain alphanumeric , hyphen (-) , dot (.) and underscore (_) characters, and it must begin with an alphanumeric character.
ORACLE_HOME=
 
#Write the complete path to a valid Middleware Home.
MW_HOME=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Username. If you wish to ignore Oracle Configuration Manager configuration provide empty string for user name.
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Password
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you wish to decline the security updates. Setting this to true and providing empty string for My Oracle Support username will ignore the Oracle Configuration Manager configuration
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES=false
 
#Set this to true if My Oracle Support Password is specified
SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT=true
 
#Provide the Proxy Host
PROXY_HOST=
 
#Provide the Proxy Port
PROXY_PORT=
 
#Provide the Proxy Username
PROXY_USER=
 
#Provide the Proxy Password
PROXY_PWD=
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]

E.2.1.3 Contents of the install_and_configure.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/install_and_configure.rsp response file on a UNIX operating system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Set this to true if installation and configuration need to be done, all other required variables need to be provided. Variable "INSTALL AND CONFIGURE LATER TYPE" must be set to false if this is set to true as the variables are mutually exclusive
INSTALL AND CONFIGURE TYPE=true
 
#Set this to true if only Software only installation need to be done. If this is set to true then variable "INSTALL AND CONFIGURE TYPE" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
INSTALL AND CONFIGURE LATER TYPE=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to create a new domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "EXTEND_DOMAIN" and "EXPAND_CLUSTER" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
CREATE_DOMAIN=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to extend an already existing domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "CREATE_DOMAIN" and "EXPAND_CLUSTER" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
EXTEND_DOMAIN=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to expand a cluster in an already existing domain, all other required variables need to be provided. If this is set to true then variables "CREATE_DOMAIN" and "EXTEND_DOMAIN" must be set to false, since the variables are mutually exclusive.
EXPAND_CLUSTER=false
 
#Write the name of the domain you want to create. Domain name may only contain alphanumeric characters, or the underscore (_) or hyphen (-) characters.
DOMAIN_NAME=
 
#Write the name of the host to which you want to connect. It should have an already existing domain configured.
DOMAIN_HOSTNAME=
 
#Give the port number at which the host should be connected.
DOMAIN_PORT=
 
#Give an administrator user name for the domain if you are creating a new one otherwise give the administrator user name for the domain configured at the host.
ADMIN_USER_NAME=weblogic
 
#Give an administrator password for the domain if you are creating a new one otherwise give the administrator password for the domain configured at the host.
ADMIN_PASSWORD=
 
#Write the administrator password again to confirm.
ADMIN_CONFIRM_PASSWORD=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Username. If you wish to ignore Oracle Configuration Manager configuration provide empty string for user name.
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Password
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD=
#Set this to true if you wish to decline the security updates. Setting this to true and providing empty string for My Oracle Support username will ignore the Oracle Configuration Manager configuration
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES=false
 
#Set this to true if My Oracle Support Password is specified
SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT=true
 
#Provide the Proxy Host
PROXY_HOST=
 
#Provide the Proxy Port
PROXY_PORT=
 
#Provide the Proxy Username
PROXY_USER=
 
#Provide the Proxy Password
PROXY_PWD=
 
#Give the complete path to a valid Middleware Home with WebLogic Server installed.
MW_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path to a valid WebLogic Server Home for the corresponding Middleware Home entered.
WL_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path for an Oracle Instance directory to be created. The Oracle Home directory name may only contain alphanumeric , hyphen (-) , dot (.) and underscore (_) characters, and it must begin with an alphanumeric character.
ORACLE_HOME=
 
#Give the complete path for an Oracle Instance directory to be created. This is the location where the software configuration files and runtime processes will reside.
INSTANCE_HOME=
 
#Give a name for Oracle Instance corresponding to the Instance Home. The Oracle Instance name may only contain alphanumeric and underscore (_) characters, it must begin with an alphabetic (a-z or A-Z) character, and must be from 4 to 30 characters in length.
INSTANCE_NAME=asinst_1
 
#Set this to true if you want the configuration wizard to assign the ports automatically.
AUTOMATIC_PORT_DETECT=true
 
#Give the location for the file containing the list of static ports if you manually want to assign ports.
STATICPORT INI FILE LOCATION=
 
#Set this to true if you do not want to use proxy.
DO NOT USE PROXY SETTINGS=true
 
#Set this to true if you do want to use proxy.
ENABLE PROXY=false
 
#Give the host name for proxy settings.
PROXY HOST NAME=
 
#Give the port for proxy settings.
PROXY PORT NO=
#Give the bypass addresses for proxy settings.
PROXY BY PASS ADDRESS=
 
#Give the connection string to establish a connection to a database.
DATABASE_CONNECTION_STRING=
 
#Set this to true if you want to register Discoverer Schema, schema name and password details need to be provided.
REGISTER_DISCOVERER_SCHEMA=true
 
#Give the Discoverer Schema Name.
DISCOVERER_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Portal Schema Name.
PORTAL_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Discoverer Schema Password.
DISCOVERER_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Give the Portal Schema Password.
PORTAL_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to register Portlet Schema, schema name and password details need to be provided.
REGISTER_PORTLET_SCHEMA=true
 
#Give the Portlet Schema Name.
PORTLET_SCHEMA_NAME=
 
#Give the Portlet Schema Password.
PORTLET_SCHEMA_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to use Application OID. It has to be true you are configuring Oracle Portal.
USE_OID=true
 
#Give the Application OID hostname.
OID_HOST=
 
#Give the Application OID port.
OID_PORT=
 
#Give the Application OID user name.
OID_USERNAME=cn=orcladmin
 
#Give the Application OID password.
OID_PASSWORD=
 
#Set this to true if you want to use Application OID in SSL mode.
OID_USE_SSL=false
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Portal. "CONFIGURE_WEBCACHE" and "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Portal Configuration is dependent on them.
CONFIGURE_PORTAL=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Forms
CONFIGURE_FORMS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Reports
CONFIGURE_REPORTS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Discoverer. "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Discoverer Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_DISCO=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Forms Builder. "CONFIGURE_FORMS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Forms Builder Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_FORMS_BUILDER=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Reports Builder. "CONFIGURE_REPORTS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Reports Builder Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_REPORTS_BUILDER=false
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle HTTP Server.
CONFIGURE_OHS=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Webcache. "CONFIGURE_OHS" must also be set to true then as Oracle Webcahce Configuration is dependent on it.
CONFIGURE_WEBCACHE=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to configure Oracle Enterprise Manager.
ENTERPRISE_MANAGEMENT=true
 
#Set this to true if you want to create a cluster for the selected applications
CREATE_CLUSTERED=true

E.2.2 Patch Set Installer Response Files

This section describes the classic_patch_install.rsp response file provided in the Disk1/stage/Response (on UNIX operating systems) or Disk1\stage\Response (on Windows operating systems) directory where you downloaded and extracted the Patch Set Installer archive file. This response file is designed for use in situations where you are updating an existing Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer Oracle home.

The contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/classic_patch_install.rsp response file on a UNIX system is shown below:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Provide the Oracle Home location. The location has to be the immediate child under the specified Middleware Home location. The Oracle Home directory name may only contain alphanumeric , hyphen (-) , dot (.) and underscore (_) characters, and it must begin with an alphanumeric character. The total length has to be less than or equal to 128 characters. The location has to be an empty directory or a valid WebTier Oracle Home.
ORACLE_HOME=/scratch/Middleware/as_1
 
#Provide existing Middleware Home location.
MIDDLEWARE_HOME=/scratch/Middleware
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Username. If you wish to ignore Oracle Configuration Manager configuration provide empty string for user name.
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME=
 
#Provide the My Oracle Support Password
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD=<SECURE VALUE>
 
#Set this to true if you wish to decline the security updates. Setting this to true and providing empty string for My OracleSupport username will ignore the Oracle Configuration Manager configuration
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES=true
 
#Set this to true if My Oracle Support Password is specified
SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT=false
 
#
CONFIG_WIZARD_RESPONSE_FILE_LOCATION=0
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]

The parameters you should set in this file are:

  • ORACLE_HOME. Specify the full path to your Oracle home directory.

  • MIDDLEWARE_HOME. Specify the full path to your Middleware home directory.

  • Decide whether or not you want to configure Oracle Configuration Manager for automatic software and security updates.

    If you do not want to configure Oracle Configuration Manager, set DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES to true.

    If you want to configure Oracle Configuration Manager, set SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT to true. Doing so also requires that you set the MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME and MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD parameters with your My Oracle Support user name and password, respectively.

    For more information about Oracle Configuration Manager, see "Installing Oracle Configuration Manager" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Planning Guide.

E.2.3 Silent Deinstallation Response Files

Table E-2 lists the deinstallation response files provided in the Disk1/stage/Response (on UNIX operating systems) or Disk1\stage\Response (on Windows operating systems) directory on the installation CD-ROM:

Table E-2 Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer Deinstallation Response File Templates

Template Description

deinstall_managed_instance.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you have configured managed instances on your system. These managed instances must be removed before you remove the Oracle home.

The equivalent using the GUI would be starting the deinstaller and selecting the Deinstall ASInstances managed by WebLogic Domain option on the Select Deinstallation Type.

See Section E.2.3.1, "Contents of the deinstall_managed_instances.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.

deinstall_unmanaged_instance.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you have configured unmanaged instances on your system. These unmanaged instances must be removed before you remove the Oracle Home.

The equivalent using the GUI would be starting the deinstaller and selecting the Deinstall Unmanaged ASInstances option on the Select Deinstallation Type.

See Section E.2.3.2, "Contents of the deinstall_unmanaged_instances.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.

deinstall_oh.rsp

This is the template response file that should be used if you have already removed all managed and unmanaged instances that use this Oracle Home, and now you are ready to remove the Oracle Home.

The equivalent using the GUI would be starting the deinstaller and selecting the Deinstall Oracle Home option on the Select Deinstallation Type.

See Section E.2.3.3, "Contents of the deinstall_oh.rsp File" to view the contents of this file.


In addition to these pre-existing response files, you can create your own response file by running the deinstaller GUI, then clicking Save on the Deinstallation Summary (Managed Instance) screen. You will be prompted for a name and location where you want to create this response file. After it is created, you can use it exactly as-is to replicate the deinstallation on other systems, or modify it as needed.

E.2.3.1 Contents of the deinstall_managed_instances.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/deinstall_managed_instances.rsp response file on a UNIX system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Identifies if the Instance deinstallation is valid or not
DEINSTALL_IN_ASINSTANCE_MODE=true
 
#Specify true for Oracle Home deinstall
OH_HOME_DEINSTALL=false
 
#Specify true for Managed Instance deinstall
DOMAIN_MANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=true
 
#Specify true for Un-managed Instance deinstall
UNMANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=false
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]
 
#Specify the Domain Host Name
DOMAIN_HOST_NAME=localhost.domain
 
#Specify the Domain Port Number
DOMAIN_PORT_NO=7001
 
#Specify the Domain User Name
DOMAIN_USER_NAME=weblogic
 
#Specify the Domain Password
DOMAIN_USER_PASSWORD=<SECURE PASSWORD>
 
#Specify the list of Instance to be deinstalled in the following format. InstanceName^LocationOfInstance$InstanceName^LocationOfInstance
MANAGED_INSTANCE_LIST=asinst_1^C:\wls1\asinst_1$

E.2.3.2 Contents of the deinstall_unmanaged_instances.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/deinstall_unmanaged_instances.rsp response file on a UNIX system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Identifies if the Instance deinstallation is valid or not
DEINSTALL_IN_ASINSTANCE_MODE=true
 
#Specify true for Oracle Home deinstall
OH_HOME_DEINSTALL=false
 
#Specify true for Managed Instance deinstall
DOMAIN_MANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=false
 
#Specify true for Un-managed Instance deinstall
UNMANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=true
 
#Specify the path of the Un-managed Instance
ASINSTANCE_LOCATION_TEXTFIELD=c:\Oracle\Middleware\asinst_1
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]

E.2.3.3 Contents of the deinstall_oh.rsp File

This section shows the contents of the Disk1/stage/Response/deinstall_oh.rsp response file on a UNIX system:

[ENGINE]
 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
 
[GENERIC]
 
#Identifies if the Instance deinstallation is valid or not
DEINSTALL_IN_ASINSTANCE_MODE=true
 
#Specify true for Oracle Home deinstall
OH_HOME_DEINSTALL=true
 
#Specify true for Managed Instance deinstall
DOMAIN_MANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=false
 
#Specify true for Un-managed Instance deinstall
UNMANAGED_ASINSTANCE_DEINSTALL=false
 
 
[SYSTEM]
 
 
[APPLICATIONS]
 
 
[RELATIONSHIPS]