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PK[pTOPKKAOEBPS/title.htm< Oracle Communications Design Studio Installation Guide, Release 7.2.2

Oracle® Communications Design Studio

Installation Guide

Release 7.2.2

E35797-01

January 2013


Oracle Communications Design Studio Installation Guide, Release 7.2.2

E35797-01

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PKPKKAOEBPS/dstig_upgrade.htmb[ Upgrading Design Studio

5 Upgrading Design Studio

This chapter describes how to upgrade the Oracle Communications Design Studio application and how to upgrade technology packs and productized cartridges.

About Upgrades

The following principles are fundamental to a successful upgrade:

Overview of the Design Studio Upgrade Process

When upgrading Design Studio projects:

  1. Define project references.

  2. Commit (or roll back) user work.

  3. Complete a backup.

  4. Tag or branch the source control repository.

  5. Install the new Design Studio version.

  6. Upgrade projects.

  7. Archive upgrade logs.

  8. Perform test builds.

  9. Distribute the new Design Studio version.

  10. Update user systems.

  11. Update build systems.

  12. Synchronize users to upgraded projects.

Upgrading the Design Studio Application

During a Design Studio application upgrade process, you replace the Design Studio application with a new version. Additionally, you may need to upgrade Design Studio projects.

Planning the Design Studio Application Upgrade Process

When planning your Design Studio application upgrade, consider the following:

  • Which resources need to be backed up?

    Before upgrading to a new Design Studio version, ensure that you back up your current Design Studio environment and project data files so that you can return to the current version, if necessary.

  • Are all users on the same release version?

    All Design Studio users should upgrade to the new version from the same existing version. Users working in different versions may have project artifacts that are not compatible with the new version. Users must upgrade to new versions simultaneously, and all projects must be upgraded to the new version. Upgraded projects are not compatible with previous application versions.

  • What will happen if the upgrade fails?

    Errors that occur during an upgrade process can create an unstable environment. Therefore, before beginning the upgrade process ensure that you are able to return the system to the initial state in the event of a failure. During upgrade failures, collect all pertinent information to send to your support team, and return the system to the initial state prior to attempting the upgrade process again.

Preparing for Design Studio Application Upgrade Processes

When preparing for a Design Studio upgrade process, ensure that you:

Defining Project References

Upgrading to Design Studio 7.2.2 from releases prior to 7.2.0 requires that you define project references (within your existing version of Design Studio) prior to beginning the upgrade process. When defining project references, you specify the dependencies for each project to ensure that all dependent projects are upgraded in the correct order.


Note:

If you are upgrading to Design Studio 7.2.2 from release 7.2.0, existing project references should already be defined correctly. Oracle recommends that you verify that your existing project references are set up correctly prior to your upgrade.

Prior to the upgrade process, restructure your projects to reduce or eliminate mutual and cyclic dependencies. Mutual or cyclic project dependencies may cause problems during upgrade. Use Design Studio to help you identify your dependency structure. For example, you can identify entity relationships in the Relation Graph view.

Additionally, Design Studio validates entity relationships when you build your projects. You can determine project dependencies by closing a project, performing a clean build, and reviewing the broken reference problem markers that highlight cross-project relationships.

To define project references:

  1. Open your existing version of Design Studio.

  2. From the Studio menu, select Show Design Perspective.

  3. Click the Cartridge tab.

  4. Select a Design Studio project in the Cartridge view.

  5. Check out the .project file of the selected project, if using a source control system.

    Many source control systems use optimistic locking and do not require an explicit file check out. See source control system documentation for details specific to your system.

  6. In the Cartridge view, right-click the selected project.

    The context menu appears.

  7. Select Properties.

    The Properties dialog box appears.

  8. In the left-column menu tree, select Project References.

    A list of all projects defined in the workspace appears.

  9. Select all dependent projects that the source project references.

  10. Click OK.

  11. Check in the modified .project file of the selected project if using a source control system.

Preparing the Source Control Repository

To prepare the source control repository, ensure that all of your Design Studio users check-in (or discard) any uncommitted project data file changes.


Note:

Oracle recommends that you use a source control system. See Design Studio Developer's Guide for information about incorporating source control into your backup strategy.

To identify a clear transition point, tag or branch all Design Studio projects in the source control repository prior to the upgrade. This ensures that you are able to determine the Design Studio application version required to build previous versions of your cartridges and technology packs. Additionally, tagging or branching provides a clear restore point in the event of a failed upgrade.

See the source control system documentation for tag and branch details specific to your system.

Performing Complete Backups

Back up all projects before upgrading the Design Studio application. Ensure that you include all Design Studio components and project data files (preferably in source control). Instruct your individual Design Studio users to export the workspace preferences that they want to restore in a new workspace.

See Design Studio System Administrator's Guide for information about backing up Design Studio.

Performing the Design Studio Application Upgrade

Complete Design Studio application upgrades for all users and build systems simultaneously. Projects opened in a new version will be upgraded for use in the new version and will no longer work predictably in old versions.

To perform the Design Studio application upgrade:

  1. Install the new version to a new location.

    Installing to a new location minimizes conflicts that can occur when installing over an existing installation. Make the new installation available to all users and update automated build systems to point to the new location. See "Installing and Configuring Design Studio" for more information.

  2. Create a new distributable archive file for your users.

  3. Instruct users to download the new archive file and extract it to a new location.

  4. Upgrade Design Studio projects.

    See "Upgrading Projects" for more information.

  5. Instruct users to create new workspaces with upgraded projects.

  6. Upgrade Design Studio build systems to use the new version.

Upgrading Projects

When project data file formats change to support new functionality, you must perform a one-time update of your projects. Additionally, you must obtain and import the latest versions of all sealed productized versions if you want to use the cartridge in the updated version.

During the upgrade process, Design Studio automatically detects old project versions and completes all necessary project upgrades in the workspace. When the upgrade process completes, Design Studio saves the information about the upgrade process in the project-dir/upgradeLog/upgrade.log file. All information about the upgrade process, including notifications about failed upgrades, is included in this file.

Project upgrades should be performed once, by the system administrator. The upgraded project should then be distributed to other users.


Note:

Before you upgrade projects created in versions prior to Design Studio release 7.2.0, you must define all project references in your original version of Design Studio. See "Defining Project Dependencies using Project Properties" in Design Studio Help for more information.

To upgrade projects:

  1. Ensure that you have completed all upgrade preparation steps.

    See "Preparing for Design Studio Application Upgrade Processes" for more information.

  2. Check-out all project data files from the source control system.

  3. Ensure that the project data files are writable.

    Some source control systems use an optimistic locking strategy and require no additional steps for implicit check-outs. Other source control systems may require explicit check-out of each project data file. See the documentation specific to your source control system for more information.

  4. Start Design Studio and create a new workspace.

    Because workspaces contain caching and version-specific content, Oracle recommends that users create new workspaces when upgrading. For information about copying workspace preferences to new workspaces, see Design Studio Developer's Guide.

  5. Determine the order in which you will upgrade the projects.

    Start with projects with no dependencies. Ensure that you upgrade dependant projects first or in conjunction with those projects that define dependencies.

  6. Initiate the project upgrade.

    Multiple actions can initiate a project upgrade, including:

    • Launching Design Studio

    • Switching workspaces

    • Opening a closed project

    • Importing projects with the Design Studio import wizard


      Important:

      When importing projects, use the Design Studio import wizard, available from the Design Studio tool bar, from the File menu, or in the Cartridge view context menu. See Design Studio Help for more information about importing projects.

  7. (Optional) If the upgrade fails, review the upgrade logs to determine the cause of the failure.

    1. Roll back the system to the pre-upgrade state.

    2. Resolve the cause for the failure.

    3. Retry the upgrade.

  8. After a successful upgrade, commit the changes to the source control system.

  9. Instruct all other users to import the upgraded projects into a clean workspace.

Performing Design Studio Application Post-Upgrade Procedures

After upgrading projects, do the following:

  1. Review project upgrade logs.

  2. Archive project upgrade logs.

  3. Perform a clean build of each cartridge project.

  4. Initiate command line builds on automated build systems.

  5. Notify all users of their expected actions.

  6. Remove old Design Studio application installations.

Upgrading Productized Cartridges and Technology Packs

This section describes how to upgrade a productized cartridge or a technology pack to a new version.

About Productized Cartridge and Technology Pack Upgrades

Before upgrading to a new version of a productized cartridge or technology pack, ensure that the uncommitted changes for all Design Studio project data files in the source control system are checked-in or discarded.

If upgrading more than one cartridge or technology pack, perform the upgrades one-at-a-time. Start with projects with no dependencies and progress up the dependency hierarchy until all upgrades are complete. Ensure the workspace includes all related projects during the upgrade to provide a complete view of impacted content.

Additionally, ensure that you tag or branch all Design Studio projects in the source control repository prior to the upgrade to identify a clear transition point. Tagging or branching provides a clear restoration point in the event of a failed upgrade.

Finally, ensure that a current backup is available for all Design Studio projects. See Design Studio System Administrator's Guide for more information.

Performing Productized Cartridge and Technology Pack Upgrades

To upgrade a productized cartridge or technology pack:

  1. Back up the cartridge or technology pack that you intend to upgrade.

  2. Open Design Studio.

  3. From the Studio menu, select Show Design Perspective.

  4. From the Project menu, uncheck Build Automatically.

    Temporarily disabling the build prevents unnecessary builds and problem markers during the upgrade procedure.

  5. Click the Cartridge tab.

  6. In the Cartridge view, right-click the project to be updated.

  7. Select Delete from the context menu.

    The Confirm Project Delete dialog box appears. This step removes the current version of the project from your local file system.

  8. Select the Also delete contents under... option.

  9. Click Yes.

    The project content is deleted from the workspace and local file system.

  10. Right-click in the Cartridge view and select Import, and then select Import Project.

    The Import Projects dialog box appears.

  11. Do one of the following:

    • If your project is contained in an archive file (for example, in a TAR file or ZIP file), select Select archive file.

    • Otherwise, select Select root directory.

  12. Click Browse.

  13. Locate the directory containing the new version of the project and select it.

  14. Click OK.

  15. In the Projects area, select the project to import.

  16. Ensure that the Copy projects into workspace check box is selected.

  17. Click Finish.

    Design Studio adds the project to your workspace.

  18. From the Project menu, select Clean.

    The Clean wizard appears.

  19. Select Clean all projects and then select Start a build immediately.

  20. Click OK.

    A monitor dialog box appears showing the progress of the build activity. The projects in the workspace are cleaned and a full build is performed on all projects. The build completion time depends on the size of workspace.

  21. From the Project menu, select Build Automatically.

  22. Resolve warning and error markers.

    New warnings and errors may appear following project upgrade. Markers may be caused by changes to the data model, such as type changes, name changes, deprecation or removal of content. Use the Refactoring menu actions (such as Resolve and Replace With) to facilitate problem marker resolution. See Design Studio Help for more information about refactoring data element names and locations.

Synchronizing Project Versions

If you are using a source control system to manage revisions of productized cartridges and technology packs, you can synchronize the new version.

To synchronize new project versions:

  1. In Design Studio, right-click in the Cartridge view and select Team, then select Share Project.

  2. Follow the steps in the wizard to share the project to the same repository location as the previous project version.

  3. Resolve conflicts following synchronization using local file and directory versions.

  4. Commit content to the repository.

    See your source control system documentation for information about sharing projects and resolving synchronization conflicts.


    Note:

    If you encounter a blocking issue, do not check-in the changes. If necessary, you can abort the upgrade by rolling back to the latest version under source control.

PKŘ*g[b[PKKAOEBPS/dstig_install_eclipse.htm-B Installing Additional Third-Party Software

3 Installing Additional Third-Party Software

Oracle Communications Design Studio runs on the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) 12.1.1.1.0 Eclipse 3.8 (Juno). This chapter describes how to obtain and install OEPE and the Java 6 Runtime Environment.


Note:

The following setup instructions are intended for installation administrators. Individual Design Studio users should contact their administrator for instructions on obtaining and installing a preconfigured archive file.

Installing Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse

To download and install Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse:

  1. Go to the Oracle Technology Network Web site:

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/eclipse/downloads/index.html

  2. Read and accept the license agreement, then select one of the following Eclipse 3.8 (Juno) links:

    • Windows All-In-One (32-bit)

    • Windows All-In-One (x86 64-bit).

      Oracle recommends this option for Windows 7 (64-bit).

  3. Download the archive file to an installation location and unzip the file.

    For example, unzip the file into a new directory called DesignStudio.

  4. Install the Java Runtime Environment.

    See "Installing Java Runtime Environment" for more information.

  5. Configure the Eclipse startup properties.

    See "Configuring Eclipse Startup Properties" for more information.

Installing Java Runtime Environment

Design Studio requires the Java 6 Runtime Environment.

To install Java 6 Runtime Environment:

  1. Do one of the following:

  2. Copy the JRE 1.6 folder (for example, jre1.6.0_37) into the Eclipse_Home folder, where Eclipse_Home is the directory in which Eclipse is installed.

    The JRE 1.6 folder must be copied to the same location where the eclipse.exe file is saved.


    Note:

    If Eclipse does not locate the JRE folder in the Eclipse_Home directory, it attempts to find the JRE using the JAVA_HOME windows environment variable. Java 1.6 update 37 is the recommended version.

  3. Rename the JRE 1.6 folder to jre.

Configuring Eclipse Startup Properties

System administrators can edit the startup properties defined for the Eclipse platform. For example, system administrators can edit the JVM memory parameters to increase the memory footprint.

System administrators control Eclipse startup by configuring properties in the eclipse.ini file, located in the Eclipse root directory. By editing eclipse.ini, system administrators can:

In the following example, a system administrator configures the eclipse.ini file settings for machines with at least 4 GB of memory:

Example 3-1 eclipse.ini File

-startup
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.2.0.v20110502.jar
--launcher.library
plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_64_1.1.100.v20110502
-showsplash
org.eclipse.platform
--launcher.defaultAction
openFile
-vmargs
-XX:NewRatio=5
-XX:+UseAdaptiveSizePolicy
-XX:+UseParallelGC
-XX:MaxPermSize=512m
-Xms128m
-Xmx1024m
-Dsun.lang.ClassLoader.allowArraySyntax=true

See "Memory Guidelines" for more information. For more information about the eclipse.ini file, see:

http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse.ini

Memory Guidelines

If a typical individual Design Studio user will run Eclipse on a 4 GB machine running Windows 7 (64-bit), system administrators can define the -Xmx option up to -Xmx3096m.

For individual users working on machines with 1024 MB of memory, system administrators should define the -Xmx option as -Xmx512M. In this scenario, the size of cartridges that individual users can develop in Design Studio will be limited.

For individual users working on a 64-bit version of Eclipse on Windows 7 64-bit, system administrators can define the maximum memory values higher than 1024 MB, enabling full use of available memory. For example, a 4 GB machine running 64-bit can use a setting of -Xmx3096m.

When testing the startup properties on a typical machine, if out-of-memory errors occur at startup, system administrators should close Design Studio, reduce the -Xmx value, and reopen Design Studio. When reducing the -Xmx value, Oracle recommends reducing the value gradually to ensure that Design Studio starts with the greatest heap space possible.

Verifying Eclipse Installation

To verify that the Eclipse platform installed successfully:

  1. Double-click the eclipse.exe file.

    The Workspace Launcher dialog box appears.


    Note:

    Do not add additional arguments to the launch command when launching Design Studio from a short cut, as these override the settings in the eclipse.ini file.

  2. Specify a workspace.

    Installation administrators can select a temporary folder or accept the default location. However, each individual Design Studio user should identify the appropriate working directory on their local machine. To help Design Studio users identify in which directory configuration information should be stored on their computer, installation administrators can specify in the Workspace Launcher dialog box a location where most users will want to place their configuration files. The directory and folder structure that the installation administrator specifies in this step will become the default value for the Workspace field in the Workspace Launcher.


    Note:

    Installation administrators should not select the Use this as the default check box on the Workspace Launcher dialog box. However, system administrators can instruct individual Design Studio users to select this check box to enable them to use their specified directory as the default workspace.

  3. Click OK.

    The Welcome screen appears.

  4. Select Help, then About Eclipse Platform.

  5. Verify the Eclipse version.

PK--PKKAOEBPS/preface.htm Preface

Preface

This guide contains the procedures and information system administrators need to install Oracle Communications Design Studio.

To install and use Design Studio, system administrators must also install third-party software packages. Refer to the documentation distributed with the third-party packages for installation instructions.

Audience

This guide is intended for system administrators who use the preconfigured installation in the Design Studio media pack to install Design Studio features, create a distributable archive file, and instruct individual users within an organization how to download and extract that preconfigured installation. Preconfigured installations simplify installation for individual users, reduce download times, and ensure correct installation.

Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Design Studio documentation set:

PK]p  PKKAOEBPS/dstig_install_ds.htm60 Installing and Configuring Design Studio

4 Installing and Configuring Design Studio

This chapter provides information about installing the Oracle Communications Design Studio application. Oracle recommends that system administrators provide Design Studio users with the preconfigured installation from the Design Studio ZIP archive file.


Note:

Design Studio features are tightly integrated, and the manner in which they contribute to cartridge projects is not always intuitive.

System administrators must ensure that the individual Design Studio users all work with the same set of installed features. Permanently uninstalling a feature (or, creating a cartridge project in one workspace and importing it into a workspace with a different feature configuration) may cause cartridge projects created or modeled at any time that feature was installed to no longer load properly.

Ensure that the Oracle Communications features that are installed in a workspace are the same as those that where installed when the cartridge project was created, or as those that were installed at any point during cartridge modeling.


Creating and Distributing Design Studio Preconfigured Installations

To create preconfigured installations for individual users to download and install, system administrators:

  1. Obtain the Design Studio ZIP archive file.

  2. Install all applicable Design Studio features from the update site.

    See "Installing Individual Design Studio Features" for more information.

  3. Update the product branding from Eclipse to Design Studio.

    System administrators perform this step to ensure that individual Design Studio users cannot uninstall the Design Studio Platform feature. See "Configuring Design Studio as the Primary Application" for more information.

  4. Configure the automatic update preferences.

    System administrators disable access to the update sites and to automatic update functionality to prevent Design Studio users from updating to different feature versions. See "Configuring Update Preferences" for more information.

  5. Create an archive file containing the Eclipse folder and all subdirectories.

    At this stage of the installation, the Eclipse folder contains a properly configured Eclipse platform and all Design Studio features, and the folder is ready for distribution.

  6. Instruct individual users to download and extract the archive file from an accessible location.

  7. Instruct users to configure all applicable Oracle WebLogic Server, Java, and SDK home directories.

    If individual users will be working with OSM projects, those users must configure the Oracle WebLogic Server, Java, and SDK home directories. For information about defining these OSM preferences in Design Studio, see OSM Developer's Guide.

    If individual users will be creating custom web services or extending the data model for UIM projects, those users must complete the required preliminary setup. See UIM Developer's Guide for more information.

Installing Individual Design Studio Features

System administrators install Design Studio features into the preconfigured installation and provide users with an archive file prepopulated with Design Studio features.


Note:

Some Design Studio features have dependencies on other Design Studio features. Removing required Design Studio features from the update site may prevent the installation of dependent features. The Design Studio Platform feature is required by all other Design Studio features and must always be present on the update site. See "Design Studio Feature Dependencies" for more information.

To install Design Studio features:

  1. Open Design Studio.

  2. From the Design Studio Help menu, select Install New Software.

    The Available Software dialog box appears.

  3. In the Work with field, enter the URL that describes the location where you extracted the Design Studio preconfigured installation update folder.

    For example, a URL that describes the location of the update folder in a local file looks like the following:

    file:///folder1/folder2/

  4. Do one of the following:

    • Select the Design Studio update site option to select all available Design Studio features.

    • Expand the Design Studio update site option to select specific features within the Design Studio suite.

  5. Deselect the Contact all update sites during install to find required software option.

  6. Click Next.

    The Install Details dialog box appears.

  7. Review the installation details.

  8. Click Next.

    The Review Licenses dialog box appears.

  9. Accept the license agreement.

  10. Click Finish.

  11. When prompted, click OK to confirm the installation of unsigned content.

  12. When prompted, click Yes to restart Eclipse.

  13. Verify the installation.

    See "Verifying Design Studio Feature Installation" for more information.

Configuring Design Studio as the Primary Application

System administrators can edit the eclipse.ini and the config.ini files to change the product branding from Eclipse to Design Studio. Perform this step to ensure that individual Design Studio users cannot uninstall the Design Studio Platform feature.

  1. Go to the Eclipse root directory configuration folder and open the config.ini file.

  2. Make the following changes:

    1. Change:

      osgi.splashPath = platform:/base/plugins/org.eclipse.platform
      

      To:

      osgi.splashPath = platform:/base/plugins/com.mslv.studio.branding
      
    2. Change:

      eclipse.product=org.eclipse.platform.ide
      

      To:

      eclipse.product=com.mslv.studio.branding.Studio
      
  3. Save and close the file.

  4. Go to the Eclipse root directory and open the eclipse.ini file.

  5. Make the following changes:

    Change:

    -showsplash
    org.eclipse.platform 
    

    To:

    -showsplash
    platform:/base/plugins/com.mslv.studio.branding
    
  6. Save and close the file.

Configuring Update Preferences

System administrators disable access to the update sites and to automatic update functionality to prevent Design Studio users from updating to different feature versions. System administrators must ensure that the individual Design Studio users all work with the same set of installed features and remain on the same versions of those features.

To configure update preferences:

  1. Open Design Studio.

  2. From the Design Studio Windows menu, select Preferences.

    The Preferences dialog box appears.

  3. In the left column tree view, expand the Install/Update option and select Automatic Updates.

    The Automatic Updates page appears.

  4. Ensure that the Automatically find new updates and notify me option is deselected.

  5. In the left column tree view, select Available Software Sites.

    The Available Software Sites page appears.

  6. Deselect all software sites.

  7. Click OK.

Verifying Design Studio Feature Installation

After installing Design Studio, verify that the features were installed properly.

To verify the installation:

  1. Open Design Studio.

  2. From the Help menu, select About Eclipse Platform.

    The About Eclipse Platform dialog box appears.

  3. Click Installation Details.

    The Eclipse Platform Installation Details dialog box appears, listing all of the features currently installed.

  4. On the Installed Software tab, verify that the Oracle features installed are included.

PK^\>;060PKKAOEBPS/dstig_system_reqs.htmY Design Studio System Requirements

2 Design Studio System Requirements

This chapter lists the system requirements necessary to successfully install and run Oracle Communications Design Studio.

See "Hardware Sizing Guidelines" for information about hardware sizing recommendations.

Minimum Hardware Requirements

CPU: Recommended Intel dual core (or equivalent)

Memory: Recommended 2048 MB or above

Screen Resolution: 1024 X 768 with 256 colors minimum


Note:

Application performance is directly related to processor performance and memory. For larger projects, consider increasing the processor power and the initial memory and maximum memory settings for the Java heap size.

Operating System Requirements

Windows 7 (64-bit) (recommended)

Windows 7 (32-bit)

Windows XP (32-bit)

Platform Requirements

Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (12.1.1.1.0) based on Eclipse 3.8 (Juno)

JDK Version Requirements

Java 6 Runtime Environment (update 37) and Java 6 Developer Kit

Design Studio Product Compatibility

Design Studio is compatible with specific Oracle Communications applications releases. See Design Studio Compatibility Matrix (included in the Design Studio media pack on the Oracle software delivery Web site) for more information.

Design Studio Feature Dependencies

Table 2-1 lists the Design Studio feature dependencies. Before (or in conjunction with) installing a Design Studio feature, all dependencies must be installed.

Table 2-1 Design Studio Feature Dependencies

To InstallYou must also install

Design Studio Platform

A specific Eclipse platform, based on installation details in this document.

Design Studio Domain Modelling

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Activation

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Activation SRT

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Activation

Design Studio for IPSA

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Activation

Design Studio for Order and Service Management

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Order and Service Management Orchestration

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio for Order and Service Management

Design Studio Integration (includes the Design Studio Activation Task feature)

Requires all Design Studio features.

Design Studio for Network Integrity

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio Domain Modelling

Design Studio for Inventory

Design Studio for Order and Service Management

Design Studio for Inventory

Design Studio Platform

Design Studio Domain Modelling


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A Hardware Sizing Guidelines

This appendix provides guidelines for the recommended minimum hardware requirements to achieve daily service. Use these guidelines to calculate the required hardware for the Oracle Communications Design Studio users to whom you will distribute a preconfigured installation.

As vendors continuously update their hardware models, check vendor web sites for the latest models and specifications. All hardware estimates are guidelines based on Oracle Communications performance lab testing and deployment experience.


Note:

The sizing estimates contained in this chapter are based on the assumptions of proper application configuration and tuning, in a manner consistent with leading practices of Oracle Communications consulting and performance engineering. This information is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to be, nor shall it be construed as a commitment to deliver Oracle programs or services. This document shall not form the basis for any type of binding representation by Oracle and shall not be construed as containing express or implied warranties of any kind. You understand that information contained in this document will not be a part of any agreement for Oracle programs and services. Business parameters and operating environments vary substantially from customer to customer and as such not all factors, which may impact sizing, have been accounted for in this documentation.

Hardware Sizing Guidelines Overview

Use the following procedure to determine the recommended minimum hardware required to achieve daily service:

  1. Review the number of atomic actions, the OSM order complexity, and the number of services in all of your application cartridges.

    The number and type of these entities determine whether your implementation falls into the small, medium, or large category. See "Design Studio Implementation Size Definitions" for more information.

  2. Calculate your Design Studio requirement score for the implementation size.

    See "Design Studio Hardware Requirement Scores" for more information.

  3. Use the Design Studio requirement score to determine the hardware size category that your installation requires.

    See "Design Studio Hardware Requirement Size Categories" for more information.

  4. Refer to the minimum hardware requirements for your hardware size category.

    See "Recommended Minimum Hardware Requirements" for more information.

Design Studio Implementation Size Definitions

Table A-1 illustrates how Oracle defines Design Studio implementation size definitions, based on the total number of entities of all application cartridges.

Table A-1 Design Studio Implementation Size Definitions

Application CartridgeSmallMediumLarge

ASAP number of atomic actions

<50

50-300

300+

OSM Order Complexity (x1000)*

<10

10-75

75+

UIM Number of Services

<30

30-60

60+



Note:

*Order complexity is calculated by adding the total number of order data nodes and the total number of task data nodes in all OSM application cartridges.

Design Studio Hardware Requirement Scores

To help determine your hardware requirements, a Design Studio requirement score is applied to each application implementation size. Use Table A-2 to determine your total Design Studio hardware requirement score.

Table A-2 Design Studio Requirement Scores

ApplicationSmall CartridgesMedium CartridgesLarge Cartridges

ASAP

1

2

4

OSM

2

6

7

UIM

2

4

6


Design Studio Hardware Requirement Size Categories

The sum of the Design Studio hardware requirement scores for all application cartridges determines the hardware size category for your installation. Table A-3 displays the ranges for each hardware requirement size category.

Table A-3 Hardware Requirement Size Categories

Hardware Size CategorySmall CategoryMedium CategoryLarge Category

Design Studio Requirement Score

1 to 5

6 to 15

16 and above


Recommended Minimum Hardware Requirements

The minimum hardware requirement recommendation for your installation is determined by the hardware sizing category. See the following topics for more information:

Small Hardware Sizing Category 32-bit Hardware Requirements

Table A-4 displays the minimum hardware requirements recommended for the small hardware sizing category, based on the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P7000 Series, with two cores and two threads.

Table A-4 Minimum Hardware Requirements for the Small Hardware Sizing Category

HardwareSpecifications

Processor

2.0 GHz Dual core processor

System memory

2 GB

Disk Space

20 GB

Screen Resolution

1024 X 768 with 256 colors minimum


Medium Hardware Sizing Category 64-bit Hardware Requirements

Table A-5 displays the hardware requirements recommended for the medium hardware sizing category, based on the Intel Xeon Processor 5300 Series, with four cores and four threads.

Table A-5 Minimum Hardware Requirements for the Medium Hardware Sizing Category

HardwareSpecifications

Processor

2.66 GHz Dual core processor

System memory

4 GB

Disk Space

40 GB

Screen Resolution

1024 X 768 with 256 colors minimum


Large Hardware Sizing Category 64-bit Hardware Requirements

Table A-6 displays the hardware requirements recommended for the large hardware sizing category, based on the Intel Xeon Processor 5300 Series, with four cores and four threads.

Table A-6 Minimum Hardware Requirements for the Large Hardware Sizing Category

HardwareSpecifications

Processor

3 GHz Dual core processor

System memory

8 GB

Disk Space

80 GB

Screen Resolution

1024 X 768 with 256 colors minimum


Example: Determining Hardware Sizing Categories

This example describes how to determine the hardware sizing category for an installation that contains ASAP, OSM, and UIM application cartridges.

To determine the hardware sizing category for an installation:

  1. Count the number of ASAP atomic actions in all ASAP application cartridges.

    In this example, consider that there are 151 atomic actions.

  2. Determine the implementation size for your ASAP cartridges.

    In this example, you can determine that 151 total number of atomic actions is equal to a medium size implementation, as defined in Table A-1.

  3. Calculate the Design Studio requirement score for the ASAP implementation size.

    In this example, a medium size ASAP implementation receives a score of 2, as defined in Table A-2.

  4. Determine the OSM order complexity for all OSM application cartridges.

    In this example, consider that there are 88 order data nodes and 304 task data nodes. The order complexity is the sum of the order data and task data nodes, or 392.

  5. Determine the implementation size for your OSM cartridges.

    The order complexity is 392, which is equal to a small size implementation, as defined in Table A-1.

  6. Calculate the Design Studio requirement score for the OSM implementation size.

    In this example, a small size OSM implementation receives a score of 2, as defined in Table A-2.

  7. Calculate the number of UIM services in all UIM application cartridges.

    In this example, consider that there are 26 UIM services.

  8. Determine the implementation size for your UIM cartridges.

    The number of UIM services is 26, which is equal to a small size implementation, as defined in Table A-1.

  9. Calculate the Design Studio requirement score for the UIM implementation size.

    In this example, a small size UIM implementation receives a score of 2, as defined in Table A-2.

  10. Calculate the sum of the ASAP, OSM, and UIM Design Studio requirement scores.

    Each application implementation received a requirement score of 2, the sum of which is equal to a total score of 6.

  11. Determine the hardware sizing category of your installation.

    In this example, the hardware sizing category is medium, as defined in Table A-3.

  12. Review the recommended hardware sizing category minimum requirements for your installation.

    For this example, the installation falls into the medium size hardware sizing category, and the recommendations are defined in Table A-5.

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Contents

Title and Copyright Information

Preface

1 Design Studio Installation Overview

2 Design Studio System Requirements

3 Installing Additional Third-Party Software

4 Installing and Configuring Design Studio

5 Upgrading Design Studio

A Hardware Sizing Guidelines

PKiu}PKKAOEBPS/dstig_overview.htm! Design Studio Installation Overview

1 Design Studio Installation Overview

This chapter provides a general overview of installing Oracle Communications Design Studio.

Overview of the Design Studio Installation Procedure

To install Design Studio, you do not run an installer. Instead, you download and unzip an archive file, which contains a preconfigured Design Studio installation.

The installation procedure follows these steps:

  1. Review the system requirements.

    Ensure that your installation meets the minimum hardware, software, operating system, and JDK version requirements. See "Design Studio System Requirements" for more information.

  2. Perform the pre-installation tasks.

    Before installing Design Studio, you must install Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) and the Java 6 Runtime Environment. See "Installing Additional Third-Party Software" for more information.

  3. Create and distribute a preconfigured Design Studio environment.

    Oracle recommends that system administrators provide Design Studio users with the preconfigured installation for quick installation. See "Installing and Configuring Design Studio" for more information about obtaining the Design Studio media pack, configuring the installation, and working with the preconfigured environment.

Design Studio Installation Options

The Design Studio ZIP file from the Oracle software delivery Web site includes a preconfigured installation that system administrators unzip to a local machine. The preconfigured installation includes an update site. The preconfigured update site includes Design Studio Platform and all Design Studio features. The update site folder structure is compatible with the Eclipse Software Update feature. See "About Update Sites" for more information.

Oracle recommends that system administrators, when installing all new releases and patches, obtain a new Design Studio ZIP file with the preconfigured installation, perform a new installation, and distribute a new archive file to all Design Studio users. This method ensures that all users in the organization upgrade simultaneously and that all users are working with the identical platform, Java, and Design Studio feature versions.


Note:

System administrators must ensure that the individual Design Studio users all work with the same set of installed features.

When you update Design Studio with new feature versions or patches, Design Studio does not delete existing configuration metadata from workspaces.


About Update Sites

Design Studio installations require an update site. An update site is a repository of Design Studio features and their supporting plug-ins, and uses a specific format that works with the Eclipse update manager. The update site is a preconfigured set of directories in the update folder, including the site.xml index that contains the configuration for the content available on the update site.

Oracle recommends that system administrators use the update site in the preconfigured installation included in the Design Studio ZIP file. However, system administrators can remove or add features from the preconfigured update site by editing the site.xml file or by selectively installing the features available in the preconfigured installation.

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