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Oracle9i Application Server Installation Guide
Release 1 (v1.0.2.2.2) for AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, and Linux Intel

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Enterprise Edition

This chapter guides you through the installation steps for the Enterprise Edition of Oracle9i Application Server. The following topics provide detailed installation steps, and basic postinstallation tasks:

Installation

The following instructions guide you through Oracle9iAS Enterprise Edition install.

  1. Review the Oracle Universal Installer Welcome screen and click Next.

Figure 6-1 Welcome Screen


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The Welcome screen provides information about the Oracle Universal Installer.

The following function buttons appear on the installation screens.

  • Verify the source and destination paths and click Next. If you have not previously installed Oracle products on your machine, the "OraInventory Location screen" appears after you click Next. Enter the complete location path for oraInventory directory and click OK.

    Figure 6-2 File Locations Screen


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    The File Locations screen allows you to enter the full path for the source and destination locations of Oracle9i Application Server.

  • This screen appears only the first time you run Oracle Universal Installer on your machine.Take note of the default value if it appears. Enter a UNIX group name and click Next.

    Figure 6-3 UNIX Group Name Screen


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    The UNIX Group Name screen grants permission for the oraInventory directory to the group specified. For more information, refer to "UNIX Group Name for the Oracle Universal Installer Inventory" .

    UNIX Group Name:

  • Select Enterprise Edition and click Next.

    Figure 6-4 Installation Types Screen


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    The Installation Types screen allows you to select the Oracle9i Application Server installation option that you are licensed to use.

    Java Development Kit (JDK)

    Enter the full path of the JDK home directory. Refer to "Software Requirements" for a list of JDK requirements.

    JDK is a prerequisite for the Oracle HTTP (Apache) component. The following screen prompts for JDK_HOME path during the Oracle9i Application Server installation:

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    1. This screen appears only if Oracle Universal Installer has detected insufficient disk space in the Oracle home directory. If needed, verify and change the locations of the components displayed on the screen, and click Next.

    Figure 6-6 Component Locations Screen


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    The Component Locations screen allows you to select alternative locations for some components.


    Note:

    Insufficient disk space is indicated in red with a hand icon next to it. 


    Show all components to be installed: To view the complete list of components chosen for installation. Select check box to display component list.

    Click individual components to view and change destination location path. The installer enables you to change the destination location of the components displayed on the screen.

  • This screen appears if the installer detects insufficient TMP space. Remove unneeded files from the swap directory to provide sufficient space for installation and click Next. If your swap space is smaller than 500 MB, click Exit and correct the problem.

    Figure 6-7 Insufficient Space in TMP Screen


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    The Insufficient Space in TMP screen indicated inadequate space in the swap directory. You have two options:

    For detailed information on TMP directory, refer to"TMP".

  • Click the Help button to verify that all the preinstallation tasks have been performed, and then click Next.

    Figure 6-8 Installation Overview Screen


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    The Installation Overview screen gives you an overview of the installation process. Click on the Help button for information on the installation process, preinstallation checklist, automatic process startup, configuration tools, and frequently asked questions.

  • Enter the location of the 8.0.6 RSF based products Oracle Home, and click Next.

    Figure 6-9 Destination Oracle Home for 8.0.6 RSF-Based Products


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    The Destination Oracle Home for 8.0.6 RSF-based Products screen enables you to enter the location to install the 8.0.6 RSF based products.

  • Select the components you wish to configure during the installation process and click Next. These components will automatically start up after installation. If you wish to configure the components later, do not select them.

    Figure 6-10 Component Configuration and Startup Screen


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    The Component Configuration and Startup screen allows you to select the components that you want the installer to configure and start after installation. This screen offers two configuration options:

    You can select or de-select multiple components by holding down the Control key while clicking on the component name.

  • This screen will appear only if you selected Oracle9iAS Database Cache in the Component Configuration and Startup screen. Enter the host name, port number, and service name of the origin database and click Next.

    Figure 6-11 Origin Database Connection Information



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    The Origin Database Connection Information screen enables you to identify the origin database for the middle-tier cache.

  • Enter or accept the default Portal DAD and Schema names. Also, enter the database connection information. Click Next.

    Figure 6-12 Apache Listener Configuration for Oracle9iAS Portal (DAD and Schema name) Screen


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    The Apache Listener Configuration for Oracle9iAS Portal screen allows you to enter the name of the Database Access Descriptor (DAD) that will be used to access Oracle9iAS Portal, and the name of the database schema where Oracle9iAS Portal will be installed. It also enables you to enter the database connection information if Oracle9iAS Portal and Oracle HTTP Server are installed in different Oracle homes. The information you enter here is used to create the PL/SQL Gateway settings which you can access upon installation from the following location: http://machine_name:port/pls/admin_/gateway.htm

  • This screen will appear only if you selected Oracle9iAS Portal in the Component Configuration and Startup screen. Enter or accept the default Login Server DAD and Schema names. Click Next.

    Figure 6-13 Apache Listener Configuration for Oracle9iAS Portal (Login Server) Screen


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    The Apache Listener Configuration for Oracle9iAS Portal screen allows you to enter the Login Server DAD and Schema Name, with a _sso extension for easy recognition. The Login Server provides an enterprise-wide Single Sign-On (SSO) mechanism that enables an Oracle Portal user to log in securely to Oracle Portal and any partner and external applications using a single user name and password.

  • This screen will appear only if you have selected Oracle9iAS Database Cache in the Component Configuration and Startup screen. Enter the SYSDBA name and password and click Next.

    Figure 6-14 Origin Database User Information Screen


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    The Origin Database User Information screen allows you to enter the SYSDBA information created for the origin database.

  • Enter the hostname, port number, and SID of the origin database where you will install the Oracle9iAS Wireless, and click Next. If you are upgrading from Oracle9i Application Server, version 1.0.2.1, then an "Upgrade Installation Detected" screen will appear. Review the content on the screen and click Next or Exit accordingly. If you click Next, then the installation will continue and the following screen will appear.


    Note:

    Do not enter Oracle9iAS Database Cache hostname, port number, and SID in this screen. 


    Figure 6-15 Wireless Edition Repository Information Screen


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    The Wireless Edition Repository Information screen allows you to enter the hostname, Net8 Listener port number, and SID of the database where you will install the Oracle9iAS Wireless repository.

  • Enter the new username and password for the database user to store the Oracle9iAS Wireless repository, and click Next. If you are upgrading from Oracle9i Application Server, version 1.0.2.1, then the "Oracle9iAS Wireless Schema Information Screen" will be slightly different. Enter the existing Oracle9iAS Wireless username and password, and click Next.


    Note:

    Do not use an existing database user, (that is, SYS, SYSTEM, or any other existing database user) as the username. 


    Figure 6-16 Wireless Edition Schema Information Screen


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    The Wireless Edition Schema Information screen allows you to create a database user to store the Oracle9iAS Wireless repository.

  • Enter and confirm the SYSTEM password of the database, and click Next. If you are upgrading from Oracle9i Application Server, version 1.0.2.1, then a "Wireless Edition Administrator Password Information" screen appears. Enter and confirm the "Administrator" password, and click Next.


    Note:

    Do not enter the database schema owner password. 


    Figure 6-17 System Password for Wireless Edition Screen


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    The System Password screen allows you to enter and confirm the SYSTEM password of the database where you are loading the Oracle9iAS Wireless repository.

  • Review the summary and click Install to begin the installation process.

    Figure 6-18 Summary Screen


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    The Summary screen allows you to review all the settings before the actual installation process. These settings include source, destination, installation type, product language, space requirements, and a list of components.

    When you click Install, the installation process begins.

  • Monitor the installation process and after the installer finishes, click Next.

    Figure 6-19 Install Screen


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    The Install screen appears while the product is installing. Installation operations include executing actions such as file copy and linking, and executing decision points and calculations. It also displays the full path of the installation log.

    For more information about installation log, refer to "oraInventory Directory".

    During the installation process, Oracle Installer appears to install 8.0.6 RSF-based products such as Oracle9iAS Forms Services, Oracle9iAS Reports Services, and Oracle9iAS Discoverer. No user input is required.

    Changing Disks

    During installation, the installer prompts you to switch between Disks 1 through 5. Use these steps to change disks and continue the installation process.

    Figure 6-20 Changing Disks Dialog


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    1. Eject and unmount the current disk.

      If you are using Solaris Volume Management software and Disk1 was automatically mounted, then this can be done with the following command:

      prompt> eject cdrom
      
      

      If you are not using Solaris Volume Management software, then you must manually eject and unmount the disk. For further instructions, refer to your operating system documentation

    2. Insert the next disk into the CD-ROM drive and mount it.

      If you are using the Solaris Volume Management software, then the next disk will be automatically mounted.

      If you are not using Solaris Volume Management software, then you must manually mount the disk. For further instructions, refer to "Starting Oracle Universal Installer".

    3. Click the Browse button on the changing disks dialog, and navigate to /cdrom/9ias_10222_diskx. This directory may be different depending on where the original disk was mounted.

    4. Click OK to continue the installation process.

    Running root.sh

    After installation is completed, the installer prompts you to run root.sh script. Use these steps to run the root.sh script.

    1. Log on as the root user.

    2. Go to the Oracle home directory.

      prompt> cd $ORACLE_HOME
      
      
    3. Run the root.sh script.

      prompt> ./root.sh
      
      
    4. Exit root user.

    Once you see "Finished running generic part of the root.sh script" and "Now product-specific root actions will be performed," exit root user and return to the Install screen.

    The root.sh script detects:

  • Start the origin database if it has been shut down during installation. Verify the list of configuration tools and click Next. This screen appears only if you select components to configure and start in the Components Configuration and Startup screen.


    Note:

    The installer has completed copying and linking the necessary files. Be sure to start the database if it had been shut down for the installation process. The configuration tools such as Oracle9iAS Portal Configuration Assistant need to connect to an active database for configuration purposes. 


    Figure 6-21 Configuration Tools Screen


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    The Configuration Tools screen lists the configuration tools for all installed components.

    Scroll down the list to review the configuration status of each tool. The status changes as each component is configured.

    The installer performs the following functions in this screen:

    Configuration Tools

    Depending on the components you select in the Configuration and Startup screen, the following configuration tools launch:

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache Configuration Assistant - This configuration assistant enables you to configure your middle-tier caches.

    See Also:

    "Oracle9iAS Database Cache Configuration Assistant" for instructions on running Oracle9iAS Database Cache Configuration Assistant. 

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache Configuration Assistant - This launches the service to start Oracle9iAS Web Cache.

    Starting HTTP Server - This starts Oracle HTTP Server.

    Starting Forms Server - This starts the Oracle9iAS Forms Services.

    Starting Reports Server - This starts the Oracle9iAS Reports Services.

    Oracle9iAS Portal Configuration Assistant - This configuration assistant loads necessary database objects for Oracle9iAS Portal to run.

    See Also:

    "Oracle9iAS Portal Configuration Assistant" for instructions on running Oracle9iAS Portal Configuration Assistant. 

    Starting Discoverer 4i Viewer Server - This starts the Oracle9iAS Discoverer Services.

  • Ensure that the installation was successful. Click Exit to quit the installer.

    Figure 6-22 End of Installation Screen


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    The End of Installation screen appears at the end of the installation process. It notifies you whether the installation was successful or unsuccessful.

    If the installer detects that specific port numbers such as 7777, are occupied, it will display the alternate port numbers on the end of Installation screen. For Oracle HTTP Server port number information, refer to "Port Allocation".

    You have successfully installed the Enterprise Edition installation option of Oracle9i Application Server. Proceed to "Postinstallation" to complete the installation process.

    Postinstallation

    The following instructions guide you through the basic postinstallation tasks for Oracle9i Application Server. Before performing these tasks, install, if needed, Oracle9i Application Server Client from the Oracle9i Application Server Administrative and Development Client CD included in the Oracle9i Application Server CD pack.

    See Also:

    Appendix B, "Installing Oracle9i Application Server Administrative and Development Client CD-ROM" 

    The postinstallation contains the following sections:

    Configuring Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE

    For Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE (OC4J) installation and configuration information, refer to Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Quick Reference Card located in the Oracle9i Application Server Documentation Library.

    Environment Scripts

    Table 6-1 and Table 6-2 list the environment script for Enterprise Edition installation option:

    Table 6-1 Environment Scripts for C Shell Users
    Component  C Shell 

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.csh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/discwb4/discwb.csh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Forms Services 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/forms60.csh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Reports Services 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/reports60.csh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.csh
    
     

    Oracle Internet File System 

    Using the Bourne or Korn shell, run the following scripts:

    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/infenv.sh
    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsconfig
    
     

    Oracle Management Server 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.csh
    
     
    Table 6-2 Environment Scripts for Bourne or Korn Shell Users
    Component  Bourne/Korn Shell 

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.sh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/discwb4/discwb.sh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Forms Services 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/forms60.sh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Reports Services 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/reports60.sh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.sh
    
     

    Oracle Internet File System 

    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/infenv.sh
    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsconfig
    
     

    Oracle Management Server 

    ORACLE_HOME/8ienv.sh
    
     

    Component-specific Tasks

    This section contains postinstallation tasks for the following topics:

    Oracle Internet File System

    You must run the Oracle Internet File System Configuration Assistant manually to configure Oracle Internet File System.

    See Also:

    "Oracle Internet File System Configuration Assistant" for instructions on running Oracle Internet File System Configuration Assistant. 

    Oracle Management Server

    You must run the Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant manually to configure Oracle Management Server.

    See Also:

    "Oracle Management Server Configuration Assistant" for instructions on running Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant. 

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache

    Be sure to perform the following post-installation steps to Oracle9iAS Database Cache

    Setting Up the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Environment for Your Applications

    When you install Oracle9iAS Database Cache, the installation procedure installs files that are specific to Oracle9iAS Database Cache and files that are updates to Oracle8i Server or Client release 8.1.6.1. These files contain the Oracle9iAS Database Cache functionality, as well as bug fixes to files usually installed with the Oracle8i Server or Client.

    To use Oracle9iAS Database Cache, you must make sure that your applications are using the files and libraries installed for Oracle9iAS Database Cache. You can do this in the following ways:

    Using the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Home

    To run your application from the Oracle home in which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache, you must take the following steps:

    1. From the process in which you will run your application, set the following environment variables:

      • Set Oracle home to the Oracle home in which you have installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache.

      • Set LD_LIBRARY_PATH so that the Oracle9iAS Database Cache library directory (ORACLE_HOME/lib) precedes library directories from other Oracle homes.

      • Set ORA_OCI_CACHE to "1" so that all applications started from the process will use the cache. (Alternatively, you can use parameters within OCI applications to control which applications or statements use the cache. See the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Concepts and Administration Guide for more information.)

      • If you use the environment variable TNS_ADMIN, make sure that it is set to the ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory in the Oracle home for Oracle9iAS Database Cache.

    2. If your application was running previously on the node on which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache and the application connected to the origin database by using an entry in an existing tnsnames.ora file, you must copy that entry to the tnsnames.ora file used by Oracle9iAS Database Cache.

      The tnsnames.ora file is located in the ORACLE_HOME/network/admin directory. Copy the entry from the file in the previously existing Oracle home to the tnsnames.ora file in the Oracle home in which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache.

      Note that the Oracle9iAS Database Cache installation creates an entry for the origin database in the tnsnames.ora file on the local cache node. It assigns the alias ora_icache_origin. Do not modify or delete the ora_icache_origin entry. To assign a different alias for another purpose, edit the tnsnames.ora file and add another entry. The Oracle9iAS Database Cache installation also creates an entry, ora_icache, for the cache. Do not modify or delete this entry.

    Using a Previous Oracle8i Release 8.1.6 Oracle Home

    If you previously ran your application from the Oracle home for Oracle8i Server or Client release 8.1.6 or 8.1.6.1 and you continue to need to run your application from that Oracle home, you must take the following steps:


    Note:

    Use this method only if you cannot use the Oracle home for Oracle9iAS Database Cache. Do not use this method if your application ran from a release later than 8.1.6.1. Instead, refer to "Using the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Home" for the recommended method. 


    1. Copy the following library files from the Oracle home in which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache to the Oracle home for the Oracle8i server or client that your application uses:

      • ORACLE_HOME/lib/libclient8.a

      • ORACLE_HOME/lib/libgeneric8.a (not required for 8.1.6.1)

      • ORACLE_HOME/lib/libwtc8.so

      • ORACLE_HOME/lib/libwtc8.a

    2. Set the following environment variables to the Oracle home for the Oracle8i server or client that your applications uses:

      • Set ORACLE_HOME to the Oracle home.

      • Set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to ORACLE_HOME/lib.

      • Set PATH to include ORACLE_HOME/bin.

    3. From the Oracle home for the Oracle8i server or client that your application uses, run the executable file genclntsh, which is located in the ORACLE_HOME/bin directory.

    4. Copy the SQL*Plus executable file from the Oracle home in which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache to the Oracle home for the Oracle8i server or client that your application uses.

    5. Set the value of the environment variable ORA_OCI_CACHE to "1" so that all applications started from the process will use the cache. (Alternatively, you can use parameters within OCI applications to control which applications or statements use the cache.)

    6. If you use the environment variable or registry parameter TNS_ADMIN, make sure it points to the Oracle home that your application uses.

    7. Copy the entries in the tnsnames.ora file from the Oracle home in which you installed Oracle9iAS Database Cache to the tnsnames.ora file in the Oracle home for the Oracle8i server or client that your application uses.

    Relinking Applications That Use Releases Previous to Release 8.1.6

    If your application was compiled and linked using a release prior to Oracle8i Server or Client release 8.1.6, you must relink your application using the OCI libraries that are installed by Oracle8i Cache.

    For information about relinking applications, see Oracle Call Interface Programmers Guide and Oracle8i Administrator s Reference in the database documentation.

    Then, you must take the steps described in "Using the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Home" .

    Modify the initicache.ora File

    The Oracle9iAS Database Cache installation creates a cache using the same database character set as the origin database. However, it does not set other National Language Support (NLS) features, such as date format or currency symbols.

    If the initialization file (initSID.ora) of your origin database specifies NLS parameters, you must copy those parameters to the initialization file (initicache.ora) of the cache. (NLS parameters begin with "NLS_".)

    For example, if the initialization file of your origin database contains the following parameters, copy them to initicache.ora:

    NLS_LANGUAGE = JAPANESE
    NLS_CALENDAR = "Japanese Imperial"
    NLS_DATE_FORMAT = "E YY-MM-DD"

    The file initicache.ora is located in the following directory:

    ORACLE_HOME/admin/icache/pfile

    For information about setting up your caches and additional information about configuring your application environment, see the Oracle9iAS Database Cache Concepts and Administration Guide.

    SSL Authentication Method Configuration

    This section guides you through configuring SSL for Oracle9iAS Database Cache, Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, Distributed CORBA Applications, and Enterprise JavaBeans.

    These steps guide you through the SSL configuration for the following:

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache

    To configure Oracle9iAS Database Cache to use SSL, remove the comment characters (#) from the following entry in the listener.ora file:

    For secure connections over SSL, uncomment the following lines:

    #  (DESCRIPTION = # Secure TCP connections
    #      (ADDRESS =
    #         (PROTOCOL = TCPS) (HOST = host_name) (PORT = 2484)
    #      )
    #  )
    
    

    The listener will listen for all SSL requests.

    Oracle Servlets Engine for Java

    To configure Oracle Servlets Engine for Java to use SSL, (in addition to removing the comment characters from the appropriate line in the initialization file) you must remove the comment characters (#) from the following entry in the tnsnames.ora file:

    # Support for mod_ose over TCP with SSL connections.
    # inst1_https =
    #   (DESCRIPTION =
    #      (ADDRESS =
    #         (PROTOCOL=TCPS)
    #         (HOST=host_name)
    #         (PORT=2484)
    #      )
    #      (CONNECT_DATA=
    #         (SERVICE_NAME=MODOSE)
    #         (SERVER=shared)
    #         (PRESENTATION=http://admin)
    #      )
    #   )
    
    
    Distributed CORBA Applications and Enterprise JavaBeans

    To configure distributed CORBA application and Enterprise JavaBeans to use SSL, (in addition to removing the comment characters from the appropriate line in the initialization file) you must remove the comment characters (#) from the following entry in the listener.ora file:

    For secure IIOP connections over SSL, uncomment the following lines:

    # (DESCRIPTION = # Secure IIOP Connections
    #    (PROTOCOL_STACK =
    #       (PRESENTATION=GIOP)
    #       (SESSION=RAW)
    #     )
    #    (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCPS)(HOST=% s_host_name%)(PORT=2482))
    #  )
    
    

    Multi-threaded Server Configuration

    These steps guide you through configuring Oracle9iAS Database Cache as a Multi-threaded server for Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, Distributed CORBA Applications, and Enterprise JavaBeans:

    Oracle Servlets Engine for Java

    To configure Oracle9iAS Database Cache as a multi-threaded server (MTS) for Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, you must make one or both of the following changes to your initialization file (instSID.ora):

    For information on enabling SSL for Oracle9iAS Portal, refer to Oracle Portal 3.0.8 Configuration Guide.

    Distributed CORBA Applications and Enterprise JavaBeans

    To configure Oracle9iAS Database Cache as a multi-threaded server (MTS) for distributed CORBA applications and Enterprise JavaBeans, you must make the following changes in your initialization file (instSID.ora):

    Starting and Stopping Components

    Table 6-3 lists the commands needed to individually start and stop the components.

    Table 6-3 Starting and Stopping Components
    Component  Function  Command 

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/bin/cachstrt
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/bin/cachshut
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/discwb4/util/startall.sh
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/discwb4/util/stopall.sh
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Forms Services 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/forms60_server start 
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/forms60_server stop
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Reports Services 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/reports60_server start
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/6iserver/reports60_server stop
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/webcache/bin/webcachectl start
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/webcache/bin/webcachectl stop
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Wireless Web Integration Server 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/panama/WebIntegration/Server/bin/server.sh
    
     

    Stop 

    Go to http://hostname.domainname:5555 and click on shutdown. 

    Oracle HTTP Server 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/bin/apachectl start
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/bin/apachectl stop
    
     

    Oracle HTTP Server SSL-enabled 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/bin/apachectl startssl
    

    (Log in as root user.) 

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/bin/apachectl stop
    

    (Log in as root user.) 

    Oracle Internet File System 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsstart
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsstop
    
     

    Oracle Management Server 

    Start 

    ORACLE_HOME/bin/oemctrl start oms &
    
     

    Stop 

    ORACLE_HOME/bin/oemctrl stop oms &
    
     

    Component Web Sites

    Table 6-4 lists Web sites for Oracle9i Application Server components.

    Table 6-4 Component Web sites
    Component  Web Site 

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer Viewer 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_
    port/discoverer4i/viewer
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer Plus 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_
    port/discwb4/html/english/welcome.htm
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Forms Services 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_
    port/dev60html/runform.htm
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Portal 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_port/pls/portal30
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Reports Services 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_
    port/dev60html/runrep.htm
    
     

    Oracle9iAS Wireless Web Integration Server 

    http://hostname.domain:5555
    

    (Log on as Administrator/manage

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache 

    http://hostname.domain:4000
    

    (Log on as administrator/administrator

    Oracle HTTP Server
    Oracle HTTP Server (SSL-enabled) 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_port
    https://hostname.domain:listener_port
    
     

    Oracle Internet File System 

    http://hostname.domain:listener_port/ifs/files 
    

    (Log on as system/manager

    Oracle Management Server 

    http://hostname.domain:3339
    
     

    Component Port Numbers

    Table 6-5 lists the default port numbers on which requests are received for each component.

    Table 6-5 Port Numbers
    Components  Port Number 

    Oracle9iAS Database Cache
    Oracle9iAS Database Cache TNS Listener
    Oracle9iAS Database Cache -wtcme process
    Oracle9iAS Database Cache Data Gatherer -vppdc process 

    51719.
    TCP/IP: 1521, IIOP: 2481
    51719, 51720
    1808, 1809 

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer 

    Oracle9iAS Discoverer uses the same port number as Oracle HTTP Server 

    Oracle9iAS Forms Services
    Load Balancer Client
    Load Balancer Server 

    9001
    9011
    9021 

    Oracle9iAS Portal 

    Oracle9iAS Portal uses the same port number as Oracle HTTP Server 

    Oracle9iAS Reports Services 

    1950 

    Oracle9iAS Web Cache
    Oracle9iAS Web Cache Administration Port
    Oracle9iAS Web Cache Invalidation Port
    Oracle9iAS Web Cache Statistics Port 

    1100
    4000
    4001
    4002 

    Oracle9iAS Wireless

    Oracle9iAS Wireless Web Integration Server 

    Oracle9iAS Wireless uses the same port as Oracle HTTP Server

    5555 

    Oracle HTTP Server
    Oracle HTTP Server (SSL-enabled)
    Oracle HTTP Server Jserv Servlet Engine 

    For information on port numbers, refer to "Port Allocation".
    8007 

    Oracle Internet File System 

    Oracle Internet File System uses the same port number as Oracle HTTP Server
    FTP: 21
    SMB: 139
    SMTP: 2500
    IMAP: 143
    CUP: 4180 

    Oracle Enterprise Java Engine TNS Listener  

    TCP/IP: 1521
    IIOP: 2481 

    Oracle Management Server 

    7771, 7772, 7773 

    Additional Documentation

    For further information on postinstallation and configuration tasks, refer to component-specific documentation. For information on viewing and installing the documentation, refer to Appendix E, "Installing Documentation Library".


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