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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E15722-06
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<VirtualHost> entries in .conf files, 7.5.2

A

AccessGate, 12.2.2.4
active-passive components
about, 2.1.4
configuring secondary instances for, 9.3.3
admin_vh.conf, 8.4.1
Administration Console
error when activating changes, 13.9.3
redirecting to home page, 13.9.8
redirecting to login screen, 13.9.7
Administration Server
application directory location, 4.3.4
backing up the domain, 8.6
boot.properties on APPHOST1, 8.3.2
configuring Oracle HTTP Server for, 8.4.1
configuring to use custom keystores, 10.3.5
creating domain with, 8
creating machine for, 8.3.4.1
enabling high availability for, 8.3.4
failing over to APPHOST1, 13.5.3
failing over to APPHOST2, 13.5
port, 3.5
separating domain directory from Managed Server domain directory, 8.3.4.3
setting frontend URL, 8.4.4
setting listen address, 8.3.4.2
start failure, 13.9.2
starting on APPHOST1, 8.3.3
validation, 8.3.5
admin.mycompany.com virtual server name, 3.2.2
ADMINVHN
about, 3.4
enabling on APPHOST1, 3.4.1
APPHOST
boot.properties for Administration Server, 8.3.2
creating domain on, 8.2
creating Middleware home, 6.3.1
failing over Administration Server, 13.5, 13.5.3
installing Oracle Business Intelligence, 6.3.2
installing Oracle WebLogic Server, 6.3.1
mounting shared storage locations, 4.4
scaling out, 9.3
starting Administration Server, 8.3.3
starting Oracle Business Intelligence on, 9.6.2
APPHOST1VHN1, 3.4
APPHOST2VHN1, 3.4
application tier
in enterprise deployment topology, 2.1.4
MW_HOME directory, 4.3.4
authenticators, 12.2.7, 12.3.6

B

backing up
after creating domain with Administration Server, 8.6
after installing Oracle Business Intelligence, 6.3.3
after scaling out to APPHOST2, 9.7
after setting up Oracle HTTP Server, 6.2.3
configuration files, 12.1.2.2
enterprise deployments, 13.6
backups
configuration files, 12.3.6.1
installation, 12.4
best practices
timeouts for SQLNet connections, 13.8
bi_cluster
routing to, 8.4.1
validating access through Oracle HTTP Server, 8.4.5.2, 9.6.2.4
bi_server1
creating, 8.2
disabling host name verification, 8.3.8
setting listen address, 8.3.6
bi_server2
disabling host name verification, 9.4.2
setting listen address, 9.4.1
starting, 9.6.2.1
bi_vh.conf, 8.4.1
biinernal_vh.conf, 8.4.1
biinternal.mycompany.com virtual server name, 3.2.3
bi.mycompany.com virtual server name, 3.2.1
boot.properties for Administration Server, 8.3.2

C

Catalog Location, setting, 9.2.1.2
certificates
host name verification, 10.3
self-signed, 10.3.1
clock synchronization, 2.5
cluster agent, about, 1.2
Cluster Controller, configuring secondary instance for, 9.3.3
clusterware, about, 1.2
configuration
creating domain with Administration Server, 8
credential store, 12.1, 12.1.2
custom keystores for Node Manager, 10.3.4
for default persistence store, 9.6.1
for Oracle BI Enterprise Edition, 9.2.1
for Oracle BI Publisher, 9.5.3
for Oracle Real-Time Decisions, 9.5.2
for singleton system components, 9.3.3
frontend URL for Administration Console, 8.4.4
JOC port in use, 13.9.9
load balancer, 3.3
Node Manager, 10
Oracle HTTP Server, 7.4
Oracle HTTP Server for Administration Server, 8.4.1
policy store, 12.1, 12.1.3
regenerating user GUIDs, 12.1.5
server migration
shared storage, 4.4
targets for server migration, 11.7
variables, 4.2
virtual hosts, 7.5
Web tier, 7
WebGate, 12.2.5
Configuration Assistant
using to create the domain, 8.2
using to scale out the system, 9.3.1
createCentralInventory.sh script, 6.2.2, 6.3.2
creating
domain with Administration Server, 8
Middleware home, 6.3.1
credential store
configuring, 12.1, 12.1.2
reassociating, 12.1.4
custom keystores, 10.3.4

D

data source, 11.3
data tier
configuring database services, 5.3
database requirements, 5.2.1
in enterprise deployment topology, 2.1.5
supported database versions, 5.2.2
database
backing up, 5.5
components, 5.4
port, 3.5
prefix for schemas, 5.4
requirements, 5.2.1
services, 5.3
supported versions, 5.2.2
default persistence store, configuring, 9.6.1
directory structure, 4.3
about, 4
application directory (Administration Server), 4.3.4
application directory (Managed Servers), 4.3.4
BI Publisher configuration folder, 4.3.4
BI Publisher Scheduler temp directory, 4.3.4
diagram, 4.3.5
domain directory, 4.3.4
Essbase Agent shared folder path, 4.3.4
global cache location, 4.3.4
JMS file stores, 4.3.4
MW_HOME, 4.3.4, 4.3.4
Oracle BI Presentation Catalog, 4.3.4
ORACLE_BASE, 4.3.4
ORACLE_COMMON_HOME, 4.3.4
ORACLE_HOME, 4.3.4
ORACLE_INSTANCE, 4.3.4
repository publishing directory, 4.3.4
Tlogs, 4.3.4
WL_HOME, 4.3.4
directory variables, 4.2
disabling host name verification
bi_server1, 8.3.8
bi_server2, 9.4.2
domain directory
about, 4.2
Administration Server directory location, 4.3.4
Managed Server directory location, 4.3.4
domain, creating with Administration Server, 8

E

enterprise deployments
about, 1.1
application tier, 2.1.4
backups and recoveries, 13.6
data tier, 2.1.5
directory structure, 4, 4.3
hardware requirements, 2.2
installation summary for, 2.3
Oracle Identity Management, 2.1.2
patching, 13.7
shared storage, 4
summary of recommendations for, 1.3
terminology for, 1.2
topology, 2.1
troubleshooting, 13.9
unicast requirement for, 2.1.6
variables, 4.2
Web tier, 2.1.3
environment privileges, 11.6
Essbase Agent shared folder path, 4.3.4

F

failback, about, 1.2
failover
about, 1.2
Administration Server to APPHOST1, 13.5.3
Administration Server to APPHOST2, 13.5
troubleshooting, 13.9.2
firewalls, 3.5
FMW
See Oracle Fusion Middleware
frontend URL
setting for Administration Console, 8.4.4

G

global cache, 4.3.4, 9.2.1.3
Global cache path, setting, 9.2.1.3
GUIDs, regenerating, 12.1.5

H

hardware cluster, about, 1.2
hardware requirements, 2.2
high availability
additional configuration for, 9.5
enabling for Administration Server, 8.3.4
home page, redirecting to, 13.9.8
host identifier, 12.2.3
host name verification
certificates for Node Manager, 10.3
disabling for bi_server1, 8.3.8
disabling for bi_server2, 9.4.2
setting for Managed Servers, 10.3.6
httpd.conf, 7.5.2

I

ID Asserter, 12.2.7.1, 12.3.6.2
identity keystore, 10.3.2
identity store, configuring, 12.1.2.3
incorrect URLs, 13.9.6
installation
creating domain with Administration Server, 8
Middleware home, 6.3.1
Oracle Business Intelligence, 6.3.2
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 6.3
Oracle HTTP Server, 6.2
Oracle WebLogic Server, 6.3.1
software, 6.1
summary, 2.3
WebGate, 12.2.5
instanceconfig.xml, 12.1.5.3

J

Java Object Cache, 13.9.9
Java VM, memory heap for, 13.9.10
JMS
configuring for Oracle BI Publisher, 9.5.3.4
file store location, 4.3.4
JOC port, 13.9.9

K

keystores
configuring Administration Server for, 10.3.5
configuring Managed Servers for, 10.3.5
custom, 10.3.4
identity, 10.3.2
trust, 10.3.3
Keytool utility, 10.3.3

L

LDAP
about, 12.1.1
moving WebLogic administrator to, 12.1.2.5
LDIF file, 12.1.3
leasing table for server migration, 11.2
leasing.ddl script, 11.2
listen address
setting for Administration Server, 8.3.4.2
setting for Managed Servers, 8.3.6, 9.4.1
load balancer
configuration, 3.3
configuring with Oracle HTTP Server, 7.4
port, 3.5
requirements for, 3.3.1
virtual server, 3.3.2
login screen, redirecting to, 13.9.7
logs
for Oracle Business Intelligence, 13.3
Node Manager, 10.2
rotating, 13.3

M

machine, creating for Administration Server, 8.3.4.1
Managed Servers
adding to new nodes, 13.4.2.1
application directory location, 4.3.4
backing up the domain, 9.7
configuring to use custom keystores, 10.3.5
creating bi_server1, 8.2
enabling virtual IPs (VIPs) for, 3.4.2
memory heap for Java VM, 13.9.10
out-of-memory issues, 13.9.10
separating domain directory from Administration Server domain directory, 8.3.4.3
setting host name verification, 10.3.6
setting listen address, 8.3.6, 9.4.1
starting, 13.2.1
managing the topology, 13
manual failover, 13.9.2
mapping of virtual IPs, 3.4
memory heap for Java VM, 13.9.10
Middleware home, about, 1.2
migration of servers
see server migration
monitoring the topology, 13.3
mounting shared storage locations, 4.4
multi-data source, 11.3
MW_HOME
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4, 4.3.4

N

network
firewalls, 3.5
host name, 1.2
ports, 3.5
synchronizing clocks, 2.5
Node Manager
about, 10.1
changing log location, 10.2
custom keystores, 10.3.4
generating self-signed certificates, 10.3.1
host name verification certificates, 10.3
identity keystore, 10.3.2
port, 3.5
properties file, 11.5
recommendations, 10.1
setup, 10
starting, 10.4
trust keystore, 10.3.3
nodes, adding servers to, 13.4.2.1
NQSConfig.INI, 12.1.5.3

O

OAM
See Oracle Access Manager
OAM, see 'Oracle Access Manager (OAM)'
oamcfgtool
about, 12.2.2.1
collecting information, 12.2.2.2
running, 12.2.2.3
Oracle Access Manager, 2.1.1
about, 12.2.1
enabling for Oracle BI Publisher, 12.2.8.2, 12.3.7.2
enabling for Oracle Business Intelligence, 12.2.8.1, 12.3.7.1
ID Asserter, 12.2.7.1
oamcfgtool, 12.2.2
order of providers, 12.2.7.2
updating host identifier, 12.2.3
updating WebGate profile, 12.2.4
verifying AccessGate, 12.2.2.4
verifying policy domain, 12.2.2.4
WebGate, 12.2.5
WebLogic authenticators, 12.2.7
Oracle Access Manager (OAM)
ID Asserter, 12.3.6.2
order of providers, 12.3.6.3
overview, 12.3.1
prerequisites, 12.3.2
WebLogic authenticators, 12.3.6
Oracle BI Presentation Catalog
file locations, 4.3.4
setting location for, 9.2.1.2
Oracle BI Publisher
configuration folder, 4.3.4
configuring integration with Presentation Services, 9.5.3.2
configuring JMS, 9.5.3.4
configuring SSO for, 12.2.8.2, 12.3.7.2
Scheduler temp directory, 4.3.4
setting location for configuration folder, 9.2.2
setting Oracle BI EE data source, 9.5.3.3
setting Scheduler configuration options, 9.5.3.1
setting WebLogic JNDI URL for Scheduler, 8.3.7
updating Scheduler configuration, 9.5.3.5
Oracle BI Repository, setting shared location, 9.2.1.1
Oracle BI Scheduler
configuring secondary instance for, 9.3.3
setting script paths for, 9.5.1
Oracle BI Server ports, 3.5
Oracle Business Intelligence
configuring SSO for, 12.2.8.1, 12.3.7.1
directory structure, 4.3.5
installing, 6.3.2
scaling out on APPHOST2, 9.3
scaling up, 13.4.1
schemas, loading in database, 5.4
starting on APPHOST2, 9.6.2
validating URLs for, 8.3.9, 9.6.2.3
Oracle Fusion Middleware
backing up, 6.3.3
creating Middleware home, 6.3.1
installing Oracle Business Intelligence, 6.3.2
installing Oracle WebLogic Server, 6.3.1
installing software, 6.3
Oracle home, about, 1.2
Oracle HTTP Server
backing up, 6.2.3
configuration, 7.4
configuring for Administration Server, 8.4.1
installation, 6.2
load balancer, 3.3.2, 7.4
location, 6.2.2
port, 3.5, 6.2.1
registering with Oracle WebLogic Server, 8.4.3
requirements, 6.2.1
validating Administration Server access, 8.4.5.1, 13.5.2
validating bi_cluster access, 8.4.5.2, 9.6.2.4
Oracle Identity Management
in enterprise deployment topology, 2.1.2
integrating with, 12
Oracle instance, about, 1.2
Oracle Real-Time Decisions
configuring clustering properties for, 9.5.2.1
Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), starting Administration Server using, 8.3.3
Oracle WebLogic Server
configuring to use custom keystores, 10.3.5
installation, 6.3.1
registering Oracle HTTP Server with, 8.4.3
ORACLE_BASE
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4
ORACLE_COMMON_HOME
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4
ORACLE_HOME
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4
ORACLE_INSTANCE
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4
oracleRoot.sh script, 6.2.2
out-of-memory issues, 13.9.10

P

pack/unpack, using to separate domain directories, 8.3.4.3
patching enterprise deployments, 13.7
physical host name, about, 1.2
physical IP, about, 1.2
policy domain, 12.2.2.4
policy store
configuring, 12.1, 12.1.3
reassociating, 12.1.4
ports, 3.5
Administration Server, 3.5
database, 3.5
JOC port in use, 13.9.9
load balancer, 3.5
Node Manager, 3.5
Oracle BI Server, 3.5
Oracle HTTP Server, 3.5, 6.2.1
prefix for database schemas, 5.4
primary node, about, 1.2
properties file of Node Manager, 11.5
provider order for OAM, 12.3.6.3
provider order for Oracle Access Manager, 12.2.7.2

R

reassociating credentials and policies, 12.1.4
recommendations
for enterprise topology, 1.3
for Node Manager, 10.1
recovery of enterprise deployments, 13.6
redirecting to home page, 13.9.8
redirecting to login screen, 13.9.7
registering Oracle HTTP Server with WebLogic Server, 8.4.3
Repository Creation Utility, using to load schemas, 5.4
repository publishing directory, 4.3.4, 9.2.1.1
requirements
database, 5.2.1
hardware, 2.2
load balancer, 3.3.1
Oracle HTTP Server, 6.2.1
shared storage, 4
software, 6.1
unicast, 2.1.6

S

scaling out
Oracle Business Intelligence, 9.3, 13.4.2.1
prerequisites, 13.4.2
system components, 9.3.2, 13.4.1
topology, 13.4
scripts
createCentralInventory.sh, 6.2.2, 6.3.2
leasing.ddl, 11.2
oracleRoot.sh, 6.2.2
wlsifconfig.sh, 11.6
secondary node, about, 1.2
self-signed certificates, 10.3.1
server migration, 11
configuring targets, 11.7
creating a multi-data source, 11.3
editing the Node Manager properties file, 11.5
leasing table, 11.2
multi-data source, 11.3
setting environment and superuser privileges, 11.6
setting up user and tablespace, 11.2
testing, 11.8
troubleshooting, 13.9.4, 13.9.5
setting up
Node Manager, 10
WebLogic authenticators, 12.2.7
setting up WebLogic authenticators, 12.3.6
shared storage
about, 1.2
configuration, 4.4
for BI Publisher configuration folder, 9.2.2
for global cache, 9.2.1.3
for Oracle BI Presentation Catalog, 9.2.1.2
for Oracle BI Repository, 9.2.1.1
for Oracle BI Scheduler scripts, 9.5.1
mounting locations, 4.4
recommendations, 4
singleton system components, configuring secondary instances for, 9.3.3
software
installation, 6.1
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 6.3
Oracle HTTP Server, 6.2
Oracle WebLogic Server, 6.3.1
requirements, 6.1
versions, 6.1
SQLNet connections, timeouts, 13.8
SSL acceleration requirement, 3.3.1
SSO
enabling for Oracle BI Publisher, 12.2.8.2, 12.3.7.2
enabling for Oracle Business Intelligence, 12.2.8.1, 12.3.7.1
starting
Administration Server on APPHOST1, 8.3.3
Managed Servers, 13.2.1
Node Manager, 10.4
Oracle Business Intelligence, 13.2
system components, 13.2.2
sticky routing capability, 3.3.1
stopping Oracle Business Intelligence, 13.2
storage
See shared storage
superuser privileges, 11.6
switchback, about, 1.2
switchover, about, 1.2
system components
scaling out, 9.3.2
scaling up, 13.4.1
starting, 9.6.2.2, 13.2.2

T

tablespace for server migration, 11.2
targets for server migration, 11.7
terminology, for enterprise deployments, 1.2
testing server migration, 11.8
timeouts for SQLNet connections, 13.8
Tlogs, location of, 4.3.4
topology
directory structure, 4, 4.3
for enterprise deployments, 2.1
managing, 13
monitoring, 13.3
Oracle Access Manager, 2.1.1
scaling out, 13.4.2.1
shared storage, 4
variables, 4.2
troubleshooting, 13.9
activating changes in Administration Server, 13.9.3
incorrect URLs, 13.9.6
manual failover, 13.9.2
memory heap for Java VM, 13.9.10
no access to applications through load balancer, 13.9.1
out-of-memory issues, 13.9.10
redirecting to home page, 13.9.8
redirecting to login screen, 13.9.7
server migration, 13.9.4, 13.9.5
trust keystore, 10.3.3

U

unicast requirement, 2.1.6
updating the host identifier, 12.2.3
updating WebGate profile, 12.2.4
URLs, validating for Oracle Business Intelligence, 8.3.9, 9.6.2.3
utils.CertGen utility, 10.3.1
utils.ImportPrivateKey utility, 10.3.2

V

validation
AccessGate, 12.2.2.4
Administration Server, 8.3.5
Administration Server access through Oracle HTTP Server, 8.4.5.1, 13.5.2
bi_cluster access through Oracle HTTP Server, 8.4.5.2, 9.6.2.4
Oracle Business Intelligence URLs, 8.3.9, 9.6.2.3
policy domain, 12.2.2.4
server migration, 11.8
Web tier installation, 7.3
variables, 4.2
versions of software, 6.1
virtual host name, about, 1.2
virtual hosts
ADMINVHN, 3.4
APPHOST1VHN1, 3.4
APPHOST2VHN1, 3.4
configuration, 7.5
virtual IPs (VIPs)
about, 1.2
description, 3.4
enabling for Managed Servers, 3.4.2
mapping, 3.4
virtual server names, 3.2

W

Web tier
configuration, 7
in enterprise deployment topology, 2.1.3
load balancer requirements, 3.3.1
MW_HOME location, 4.3.4
validating installation, 7.3
WebGate
installing and configuring, 12.2.5
profile, 12.2.4
WEBHOST
admin_vh.conf, 8.4.1
bi_vh.conf, 8.4.1
biinternal_vh.conf, 8.4.1
configuring Oracle HTTP Server for Administration Server, 8.4.1
configuring Oracle HTTP Server with load balancer, 7.4
configuring Web tier, 7.2
installing Oracle HTTP Server, 6.2.2
load balancer, 3.3.2
registering Oracle HTTP Server with WebLogic Server, 8.4.3
validating Administration Server access through Oracle HTTP Server, 8.4.5.1, 13.5.2
validating bi_cluster access through Oracle HTTP Server, 8.4.5.2, 9.6.2.4
WebLogic administrator, moving to LDAP, 12.1.2.5
WebLogic authenticators, 12.2.7, 12.3.6
WebLogic JNDI URL, setting for Oracle BI Publisher Scheduler, 8.3.7
WebLogic Server home, about, 1.2
WL_HOME
about, 4.2
location, 4.3.4
wlsifconfig.sh script, 11.6