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

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C Oracle Fusion Applications RCU Screens

This appendix presents the Oracle Fusion Applications Repository Creation Utility (Fusion Applications RCU) creation interface and describes the purpose of each of the following screens:

C.1 Welcome

Welcome Screen. Described in surrounding text.

No action is necessary on this standard read-only screen. Click Skip this Page Next Time if you do not want to see it the next time you log in to the Applications RCU.

Click Next to continue.

C.2 Create Repository

Create Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Select Create to create and load component schemas into the database.

Click Next to continue.

C.3 Database Connection Details

Connections Screen. Described in surrounding text.

For Oracle Database, specify the following connection credentials:

Click Next to continue.

C.4 Select Components

Components Screen. Described in surrounding text.

The Applications RCU retrieves the names of the Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Fusion Applications components. You cannot change the schema owner names on this screen. By default, all components are checked so that they are included in the prerequisite check process. Click Next to begin the process.

The Applications RCU verifies the global prerequisites. When the progress bar reports 100 percent complete and all prerequisites report a check mark, click OK.

Click Next to continue.

C.5 Schema Passwords

Passwords Screen. Described in surrounding text.

To specify the passwords for main and additional (auxiliary) schemas, select one of the following options:

Note the passwords that you enter. You must supply them when you create a response file.

Click Next to continue.

C.6 Custom Variables

Variables Screen. Described in surrounding text.

In the Value column, enter a pre-existing physical directory on the database server where the custom variables for each component should be created.

Fusion Applications

Secure Enterprise Search

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.

Oracle Transactional BI

Activity Graph and Analytics

Click Next to continue.

C.7 Map Tablespaces

Tablespaces Screen. Described in surrounding text.

If you want to start the tablespace create process without making any changes, click Next on this screen. A message informs you that any tablespaces that do not already exist will be created. Click OK to continue. The Creating Tablespaces progress screen appears. Click OK when the operation is completed.

However, before you create the tablespaces, you can perform the following operations:

To view default and temporary tablespaces, click a tablespace cell in the Default Tablespace or Temp tablespace column. A list of default tablespace names appears.

Defaults Screen. Described in surrounding text.

The default values are as follows:

For tablespaces that need 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.

C.7.1 Change Default and Temporary Tablespaces

To change the default tablespace for a component, select the tablespace name in the Default Tablespace column, and then select the tablespace name you want to use from the list. You can assign components to use any number of default tablespaces.

To change a temporary tablespace for a component, select a tablespace name in the Temp Tablespace column, and then select the tablespace name from the list.

C.7.2 View and Change Additional Tablespaces

When components have additional tablespaces associated with their schemas, the Additional Tablespaces button is active. Click to view or modify additional tablespaces.

Additional Tablespaces. Described in surrounding text.

To change a tablespace, click in the Tablespace Name column and select the tablespace from the list.

Click OK when you are finished.

C.7.3 Manage Tablespaces and Datafiles

Click Manage Tablespaces to add, modify, or remove tablespaces.

Manage Tablespaces. Described in surrounding text.

Only tablespaces that have not yet been created can be modified or removed. Existing tablespaces are visible, but grayed out. You can specify a new tablespace, but unless it is used by a component, it will not be created.

Select a tablespace from the navigation tree and make changes where necessary:

  • Name: Specify a new name for the tablespace.

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

  • Block Size: Specify 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.

To Add a tablespace, specify the same details as for modifying one. Select a tablespace name from the navigation tree and click Remove to prevent it 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 the maximum size, specify a value in the Maximum Size field.

Select a datafile and click the pencil icon. Modify the details 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).

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

Click OK to dismiss the screen.

C.8 Summary

Summary Screen. Described in surrounding text.

Review the information you have specified. If it is what you expected, click Create to begin creating schemas. The Applications RCU displays the Repository Creation Utility – Create screen, showing the schema creation process.

Typically, it takes 1 to 10 minutes to create each schema; however, the entire process may run for an additional half hour or more.

RCU - Create: Described in surrounding text.

A Clock indicates which schema creation is in progress. A Check indicates that the schema has been created successfully. To stop creating the schemas, click Stop.

C.9 Completion Summary

Complete Screen. Described in surrounding text.

The names of the log files for each component are listed in the Logfile column. The main Applications RCU log (rcu.log) and the component log files are written to the following directory:





If problems were encountered during the Create operation, check the log files for details. For more information about log files, see "Troubleshooting for Database Installations" in Oracle Fusion Applications Installation Guide.

If errors occur during the Create operation, or if the operation fails for any component, the Cleanup for failed components check box appears on this page and is selected by default. If you leave the check box selected, the Applications RCU automatically performs cleanup actions for the components that failed.

Click Close to dismiss the screen and exit the Applications RCU.