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Oracle® Fusion Applications Installation Guide
11g Release 5 (11.1.5)

Part Number E16600-21
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B Install Transaction Database Screens

This appendix presents the Provisioning Wizard screens in the Database Installation interview and describes the purpose of each of the following screens:

B.1 Welcome

Welcome Screen: Described in surrounding text.

No action is required on this read-only screen.

Click Next to continue.

B.2 Specify Central Inventory Directory

Inventory Location screen

This screen displays only if one or more of the following conditions are not met:

Specify the location of the Central Inventory Directory that meets the previous criteria. The inventory_loc directory can be created by the script and does not have to exist at the time you specify its location.

For non-Windows platforms, in the Operating System Group ID field, select or enter 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.

Inventory Location Confirmation screen.

The Inventory Location Confirmation dialog prompts you to run the inventory_directory/ script as root, to confirm that all conditions are met and to create the default inventory location file, such as /etc/oraInst.loc. After this script runs successfully, return to the interview and click OK to proceed with the installation.

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

For Windows platforms, this screen displays if the inventory directory does not meet requirements.

For more information about inventory location files, see "Oracle Universal Installer Inventory" in the Oracle Universal Installer and OPatch User's Guide.

Click Next to continue.

B.3 Installation Options

Options Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Select the task that you want to perform from the list of options. When prompted, enter a directory path in the Response File field to access completed response file to use as the base for one of the actions. Or, click Browse to navigate to the response file location.

Click Next to continue.

B.4 Specify Security Updates

Security Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Set up a notification preference for security-related updates and installation-related information from My Oracle Support.

Click Next to continue.

B.5 Database Install Configuration

Configuration Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Specify information about the database that you want to install:

Click Next to continue.

B.6 Prerequisite Checks

Prerequisites Screen. Described in surrounding text.

The Prerequisite Checks list shows each prerequisite check performed, and its status:

Click an x or a Restricted symbol to display information about failures. Click the Log file for details about the validation.

Fix any issues reported, and click Retry to run the prerequisite checks again. See "Troubleshooting for Database Installation" in the Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide for information about recovery after failure.

When prerequisite checking is complete with no errors, click Next to continue.

B.7 Summary

Summary Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Click Save to create and save a text file to use as a record of this configuration.

Note: Record the file name and its location. You must supply these details when you create a response file.

Click Install to begin the installation.

B.8 Database Installation Progress

Progress Screen. Described in surrounding text.

The installation Progress is reported by phase:

The progress of the installation phases is listed. A message appears after the installation phase is complete directing you to run Follow this instruction and click OK when you are finished 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.

Click Next to continue.

B.9 Installation Complete

Complete screen. Described in surrounding text.

Summarizes the actions and validations that were performed for this installation. Click Save to record the database summary information in a text file.

Record the name and location of this file. You must supply these details when you create a response file. Your system administrator may also need this information as they perform maintenance tasks.

Click Close to dismiss the screen and exit the wizard.