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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Release Notes for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition
11g Release 1 (

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3 Installation Notes

This chapter provides information about downloading the Directory Server Enterprise Edition software, and lists the primary installation requirements.

This chapter covers the following topics:

3.1 Getting the Software

You can download the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1 ( software from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud site as follows:

  1. Point your browser to the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud site at

  2. Select the required language and click Continue.

  3. Complete the Export Validation form and click Continue.

  4. On the Media Pack Search page:

    1. Select Oracle Fusion Middleware from the Select a Product Pack list.

    2. Select the required platform and click Continue.

  5. Select "Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Media Pack" and click Continue.


    A common mistake is to select "Oracle Fusion Middleware Identity Management 11g Release 2."

    Be sure to select "Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Media Pack."

  6. Select Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g Release 1 ( and click Download.

Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11g Release 1 ( is available in a zip distribution for all supported platforms.


Identity Synchronization for Windows version 6.0 SP1 is bundled with Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1 (

Before you install Identity Synchronization for Windows version 6.0 SP1, you must readOracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6 SP1 Release Notes.

3.2 Hardware and Operating System Requirements

For detailed information regarding hardware and operating system requirements, see the ODSEE Certification Matrix (


On Linux x64 platforms, ODSEE requires x86 libraries.

3.3 Software Dependency Requirements

The key software dependency requirements are as follows:

The following dependencies may also apply in your deployment:

3.3.1 Supported JDBC Data Sources

For virtualization, Directory Proxy Server has been validated with the following JDBC data sources, using the drivers mentioned below. Though Directory Proxy Server works with all the JDBC 3 compliant drivers.

JDBC Data Source JDBC Driver

DB2 v9

IBMDB2 JDBC Universal Driver Architecture 2.10.27

Microsoft SQL Server 2005

sqljdbc.jar 1.2.2323.101

MySQL 5.x

MySQL-AB JDBC Driver mysql-connector-java-5.0.4

Oracle 10gDatabase

Oracle JDBC driver


ApacheDerbyNetwork Client JDBC Driver

3.3.2 Directory Server Plug-in Requirements in a Firewall Environment

Each Directory Server Enterprise Edition plug-in must be able to reach the Directory Server connector's server port, which was chosen when the connector was installed. Plug-ins that run in Directory Server Master replicas must be able to connect to Active Directory's LDAP, port 389, or LDAPS, port 636. The plug-ins that run in other Directory Server replicas must be able to reach the master Directory Server LDAP and LDAPS ports.

3.3.3 Directory Server Enterprise Edition Privileges

You can install Directory Server Enterprise Edition without special privileges. For more information, see the Installation Guide for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition.

3.4 Schema Support for Oracle Fusion Applications

The ODSEE distribution includes the schema file FusionAppsSchema.ldif, but it is not loaded by default. Before you can use ODSEE with Oracle Fusion applications, you must import the schema definitions contained in FusionAppsSchema.ldif. For example:

# dsee7/dsrk/bin/ldapmodify -D cn=admin,cn=Administrators,cn=config -w - -f /path/to/FusionAppsSchema.ldif  

For ODSEE 11g R1 ( and earlier versions, apply the sunOneSchema.ldif bundled with Oracle Virtual Directory.