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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

Part Number A95909-01
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A

additional documentation, 3-25, 4-32, 5-40, 6-48
Apache listener configuration (DAD and schema name) screen, 4-15, 5-16, 6-19
Portal DAD name, 4-15, 5-16, 6-19
Portal schema name, 4-16, 5-17, 6-20
TNS connect string, 4-16, 5-17, 6-20
Apache listener configuration (login server) screen, 4-17, 5-18, 6-21
login server DAD name, 4-17, 5-18, 6-21
login server schema name, 4-17, 5-18, 6-21
available disk space
component locations screen, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11

B

Bourne shell
DISPLAY, 2-16
ORACLE_HOME, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
ORACLE_TERM, 2-15
TMP, 2-17
buttons
about Oracle Universal Installer, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2
browse, 3-5, 4-5, 5-5, 5-22, 6-5, 6-14
cancel, 3-16, 4-23, 5-28, 6-28, 8-17
change location, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
close, 8-14
deinstall products, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-13
destination location, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
exit, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2
help, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-14, 8-16
installed products, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-13
location, 8-14
next, 3-3, 4-3, 5-3, 6-3
no, 8-16
previous, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2
release information, 3-21, 4-28, 5-34, 6-34
remove, 8-14
retry, 3-20, 4-27, 5-32, 6-32
save as, 8-14
stop, 3-20, 4-27, 5-32, 6-32
yes, 8-16

C

C shell
DISPLAY, 2-16
ORACLE_HOME, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
ORACLE_TERM, 2-15
TMP, 2-17
certificate request, D-2
changing
disks, 3-17, 4-24, 5-29, 6-29
component configuration and startup screen, 3-14, 4-14, 5-14, 6-15
component locations screen, 3-10, 4-10, 5-10, 6-10
available disk space, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
required disk space, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
show available volumes, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
total required disk space, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
component port number, 3-24, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Load Balancer Client, 6-47
Load Balancer Server, 6-47
Oracle Enterprise Java Engine TNS listener, 5-40, 6-47
Oracle HTTP Server, 3-25, 4-32, 5-39, 6-46, 6-47
Oracle HTTP Server (SSL-enabled), 3-25, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Oracle HTTP Server Jserv Servlet Engine, 3-25, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Oracle Internet File System, 5-39, 6-47
Oracle Management Server, 6-47
Oracle9iAS administration, 3-25, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Database Cache data, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Database Cache TNS listener, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Portal, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 6-47
Oracle9iAS statistics port, 3-25, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 3-25, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Web Cache invalidation, 3-25, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Wireless, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Oracle9iAS Wireless Web Integration Server, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
component web site, 3-24, 4-31, 5-39
Oracle HTTP Server, 3-24, 4-31, 5-39
Oracle HTTP Server (SSL-enabled), 3-24, 4-31, 5-39, 6-46
Oracle Internet File System, 5-39, 6-46
Oracle Management Server, 6-46
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 6-46
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 6-46
Oracle9iAS Portal, 4-31, 5-39
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 6-46
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 3-24, 6-46
Oracle9iAS Wireless Web Integration Server, 4-31, 5-39, 6-46
component-specific tasks
Oracle Internet File System, 6-37
Oracle Management Server, 6-37
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 6-38
configuration assistants
Oracle Database, 5-32, A-18
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant, A-18
Oracle Internet File System, 5-36, 6-37, A-18, A-20
Oracle Management Server Configuration Assistant, A-36
Oracle9i Database Cache, A-3
Oracle9iAS Portal, 4-27, A-8
configuration tools, 6-32, A-1
configuration tools screen, 3-19, 4-26, 5-31, 6-31
configuring
authentication encryption, 2-28, 2-40
external procedures listener, 2-32
Net8 server for external procedures, 2-38
Oracle9iAS Wireless parameters, F-4
sqlnet.ora, 2-36
Web Integration Developer, B-6
Web Integration Server, F-2
confirmation screen, 8-16
Core Edition
installation, 3-2
postinstallation, 3-23
additional documentation, 3-25
component port number, 3-24
component web site, 3-24
Configuring OC4J, 3-24
starting and stopping component, 3-24
preinstallation, 2-23
response file, 7-2
CPU, 1-2
Oracle9iAS Client, 1-6
creating
password file, 2-31
UNIX group name, 2-19

D

database administrator group
privileged operating system groups screen, 5-15
database file location screen, 5-21
directory of database files, 5-22
database identification screen, 5-19
global database name, 5-19
SID, 5-20
database operator group
privileged operating system groups screen, 5-15
database remote access, 2-31
deinstallation, 8-1, 8-2
confirmation screen, 8-16
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 8-6
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 8-3
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 8-3
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 8-3
using Oracle Installer, 8-3
using Oracle Universal Installer, 8-13
deinstallation progress bar screen, 8-6
destination
file locations screen, E-8
directories
doc, E-7
/tmp, 2-17
directory of database files
database file location screen, 5-22
disk space, 1-2
online documentation, 1-7
Oracle9iAS Client, 1-6
disks
changing, 3-17, 4-24, 5-29, 6-29
DISPLAY, 2-16
documentation library
installation, E-1
file copy installation, E-7
Oracle Universal Installer, E-7
installation options, E-7
titles, E-2
Oracle9i Application Server, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5
viewing, E-8

E

editing
initSID.ora, 2-31
listener.ora, 2-33
tnsnames.ora, 2-33
end of installation screen, 3-21, 4-28, 5-34, 6-34
Enterprise Edition, 6-1
installation, 6-1, 6-2
postinstallation, 6-35
additional documentation, 6-48
component port number, 6-47
component-specific tasks, 6-37
Configuring OC4J, 6-36
environment scripts, 6-36
Oracle Management Server, 6-37
starting and stopping component, 6-45
preinstallation, 2-30
origin database connectivity, 2-40
response file, 7-2
environment scripts
Oracle Internet File System, 5-36, 6-36
Oracle Management Server, 6-36
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 6-36
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 6-36
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 6-36
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 6-36
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 6-36
Error, 7-4
EXCLUSIVE parameter
password file, 2-31

F

file copy installation, E-7
file locations screen, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4
destination, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, E-8
source, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, E-7
files
httpd.conf, D-4
initSID.ora, 2-31
installation logs, 7-3
listener.ora, 2-27, 2-31, 2-33, 2-38
orapwSID, 2-31
silentInstall.log, 7-3
sqlnet.ora, 2-36
tnsnames.ora, 2-28, 2-31, 2-33, 2-39

G

global database name
database identification screen, 5-19

H

hardware requirements, 1-2
CPU, 1-2
disk space, 1-2
memory, 1-2
TMP/swap space, 1-2

I

initSID.ora, 2-31
install screen, 3-16, 4-23, 5-28, 6-28
installation
documentation library, E-1
Enterprise Edition, 6-1
non-interactive, 7-1
log files, 7-3
Standard Edition, 5-1
installation log files, 2-42
installation options
documentation library, E-7
installation types screen, 3-8, 4-8, 5-8, 6-8
Installing, B-1
insufficient space in TMP screen, 6-12
insufficient swap space for install screen, 3-12, 4-12, 5-12
inventory screen, 8-14

J

JDK
requirements for HP, 1-4
jdk
Oracle9iAS Client, 1-6
JDK home directory screen, 3-9, 4-9, 5-9, 6-9

K

Korn shell
DISPLAY, 2-16
ORACLE_HOME, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
ORACLE_TERM, 2-15
TMP, 2-17

L

listener.ora, 2-27, 2-31, 2-33, 2-38
login server DAD name, 4-17, 5-18, 6-21
login server schema name, 4-17, 5-18, 6-21

M

memory, 1-2
Oracle9iAS Client, 1-6
migration, 2-21
Minimal Edition, 4-1
installation, 4-2
postinstallation, 4-29
additional documentation, 4-32
component port number, 4-32
component web site, 4-31
Configuring OC4J, 4-30
starting and stopping component, 3-24, 4-30
preinstallation, 2-23
response file, 7-2
multi-thread server configuration
CORBA applications, 6-44
Enterprise Java Beans, 6-44
Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, 6-43
multi-threaded server configuration, 6-43
distributed CORBA applications and enterprise javabeans, 6-44
Oracle Servlets Engine for java, 6-43

N

Net8 Configuration Assistant, 3-20, 3-21, 4-27, 5-32
non-interactive
installation, 7-1
non-interactive installation, 7-1
error handling, 7-4
introduction, 7-2
requirements, 7-2

O

oinstall group
UNIX group name, 2-18
online documentation
disk space, 1-7
online format, 1-7
HTML, 1-7
PDF, 1-7
requirements, 1-7
operating system
Oracle9iAS Client, 1-6
requirements for HP, 1-4
operating system patches
required for HP, 1-4
oracle account
UNIX account, 2-18
Oracle Advanced Security, 2-5
Oracle Business Components for Java, 2-6
Oracle Database Client Developer Kit, 2-6
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant, 5-32, A-18
Oracle Enterprise Java Engine, 2-6
Oracle Enterprise Manager Client, B-2
DBA Management Pack, B-2
installation, B-2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Console, B-2
Oracle home location screen, 8-3
Oracle HTTP Server, 2-6
Oracle Information Navigator Applet, E-8
bypassing, E-8
using, E-8
Oracle Internet File System, 2-7
modify
listener.ora, 2-27, 2-38
tnsnames.ora, 2-28, 2-39
pre-installation
configuring authentication encryption, 2-28, 2-40
Net8 server for external procedures, 2-38
preinstallation, 2-25, 2-36
Oracle Internet File System Configuration Assistant, 5-36, 6-37, A-18, A-20
Oracle LDAP Client Kit, 2-7
Oracle Management Server, 2-7
Oracle Management Server Configuration Assistant, A-36
Oracle Universal Installer, 2-42, 2-43
mounting
CD-ROM, 2-43
manually, 2-43
overview, 2-42
starting, 2-43
UNIX group name, 2-18
Oracle XML Developer Kit, 2-7
ORACLE_HOME, 2-13
Bourne shell, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
C shell, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
Korn shell, 2-14, 2-15, 2-17
preventing conflicts, 2-14
ORACLE_SID, 2-30
ORACLE_TERM, 2-15
Bourne shell, 2-15
C shell, 2-15
Korn shell, 2-15
Oracle9i Application Server
components, 2-3
Oracle Advanced Security, 2-5
Oracle Business Components for Java, 2-6
Oracle Database Client Developer Kit, 2-6
Oracle Enterprise Java Engine, 2-6
Oracle HTTP Server, 2-6
Oracle Internet File System, 2-7
Oracle LDAP Client Kit, 2-7
Oracle Management Server, 2-7
Oracle XML Developer Kit, 2-7
Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Portal, 2-5
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 2-5
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 2-5
Oracle9iAS Wireless, 2-5
deinstallation, 8-1
install options
Core Edition, 2-2
Enterprise Edition, 2-2
Minimal Edition, 2-2
Standard Edition, 2-2
overview, 2-2
preinstallation tasks, 2-10
reinstallation, 8-1, 8-18
supplemental components, 2-8
Oracle9i Application Server Administrative and Development Client CD-ROM
installation, B-1
Oracle9i Application Server J2EE Containers (OC4J)
installing, F-1
Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Client
installation, B-6
Service Designer, B-5
Web Integration Developer, B-5
Oracle9i Database Cache Configuration Assistant, A-3
Oracle9iAS, 4-27, 5-33, 6-32, 6-33, A-3, A-8
Oracle9iAS Client
CPU, 1-6
disk space, 1-6
jdk, 1-6
memory, 1-6
operating system, 1-6
Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE, 2-4, F-1
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 2-4
preinstallation, 2-30
database remote access, 2-31
external procedures listener, 2-32
synchronize database with its SID, 2-30
Oracle9iAS Database Cache Configuration Assistant, 6-32
password, A-5
user name, A-5
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Discoverer Plus, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Discoverer Viewer, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 2-4
Oracle9iAS Portal, 2-5
Oracle9iAS Portal Configuration Assistant, 4-27, 5-33, 6-33, A-8
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 2-5
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 2-5
preinstallation, 2-30
Oracle9iAS Web Cache Configuration Assistant, 6-32
Oracle9iAS Wireless, 2-5
configuration verification, F-6
parameters, F-4
Oracle9iAS Wireless Edition Client
requirements, 1-5
oraInventory directory, 2-42
location, 2-42
UNIX group name, 2-18
orapwd utility, 2-31
orapwSID, 2-31
origin database, 2-24, 2-29, 2-40
name, 2-30
remote access, 2-31
origin database connection information screen, 6-17
host name, 6-17
port number, 6-17
service name, 6-17
origin database connectivity, 2-24, 2-29, 2-40
origin database user information screen, 6-22
password, 6-22
user name, 6-22
OSDBA, 2-19
OSOPER, 2-19
overview
Oracle Universal Installer, 2-42
Oracle9i Application Server, 2-2

P

password file
creating, 2-31
entries, 2-32
EXCLUSIVE parameter, 2-31
file, 2-31
password, 2-32
SHARED parameter, 2-31
port changes, 2-21
port numbers
Oracle HTTP Server, 3-24, 4-32, 5-39, 6-47
Portal DAD name, 4-15, 5-16, 6-19
Portal schema name, 4-16, 5-17, 6-20
preinstallation
Core Edition, 2-23
creating
UNIX account, 2-18
UNIX group name, 2-18
Enterprise Edition, 2-30
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 2-30
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 2-30
environment variables, 2-13
DISPLAY, 2-16
TMP, 2-17
installation overview, 2-10
installation, 2-11
postinstallation, 2-12
preinstallation, 2-10
migration, 2-21
Minimal Edition, 2-23
port changes, 2-21
Standard Edition, 2-25
Oracle Internet File System, 2-25, 2-36
privileged groups, 2-19
privileged operating system groups screen, 5-15

R

reinstallation, 8-1
Oracle9i Application Server, 8-18
remote access
origin database, 2-31
remove progress bar screen, 8-17
required disk space
component locations screen, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
required executables
required for HP, 1-5
requirements
hardware, 1-2
online documentation, 1-7
Oracle9iAS Wireless Edition Client, 1-5
software, 1-3
response file
Core Edition, 7-2
Enterprise Edition, 7-2
Minimal Edition, 7-2
setting, 7-2
specifying, 7-3
Standard Edition, 7-2
validating values, 7-4
root.sh script, 3-18, 4-25, 5-30, 6-30

S

screens
Apache listener configuration (DAD and schema name), 4-15, 5-16, 6-19
Apache listener configuration (login server), 4-17, 5-18, 6-21
component configuration and startup, 3-14, 4-14, 5-14, 6-15
component locations, 3-10, 4-10, 5-10, 6-10
configuration tools, 3-19, 4-26, 5-31, 6-31
confirmation, 8-16
database file location, 5-21
database identification, 5-19
deinstallation progress bar, 8-6
end of installation, 3-21, 4-28, 5-34, 6-34, E-8
file locations, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, E-7
install, 3-16, 4-23, 5-28, 6-28
installation
insufficient swap space for install, 3-12, 4-12, 5-12
installation types, 3-8, 4-8, 5-8, 6-8
insufficient space in TMP, 6-12
inventory, 8-14
JDK home directory, 3-9, 4-9, 5-9, 6-9
Oracle home location, 8-3
origin database connection information, 6-17
origin database user information, 6-22
privileged operating system groups, 5-15
remove progress bar, 8-17
software asset manager, 8-5
summary, 3-15, 4-22, 5-27, 6-27, E-8
system password for Wireless Edition, 4-21, 5-26, 6-26
UNIX group name, 3-6, 4-6, 5-6, 6-6
welcome, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-13, E-7
Wireless Edition repository information, 4-18, 5-23, 6-23
Wireless Edition schema information, 4-20, 5-25, 6-25
setting
DISPLAY, 2-16
response file, 7-2
TMP, 2-17
setupinfo.txt, 2-21
SHARED parameter
password file, 2-31
shells
software requirements for HP, 1-5
show available volumes
component locations screen, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11
SID, 2-30
database identification screen, 5-20
silentInstall.log, 7-3
software asset manager screen, 8-5
software requirements, 1-3
JDK on HP, 1-4
operating system for HP, 1-4
operating system patches, 1-4
required executables for HP, 1-5
shells for HP, 1-5
source
file locations screen, E-7
specifying
response file, 7-3
sqlnet.ora, 2-36
SSL authentication method configuration, 6-42
distributed CORBA applications and enterprise javabeans, 6-43
Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, 6-42
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 6-42
SSL configuration
CORBA applications, 6-43
Enterprise Java Beans, 6-43
Oracle Database Cache, 6-42
Oracle Servlets Engine for Java, 6-42
SSL for Apache, D-1
certification request
generate, D-2
httpd.conf file
modify, D-4
Standard Edition, 5-1
components
documentation, 5-40
installation, 5-1, 5-2
postinstallation, 5-35
additional documentation, 5-40
component port number, 5-39
component port numbers, 5-38
component web site, 5-39
component-specific tasks, 5-36
Configuring OC4J, 5-36
environment scripts, 5-36
environment variables, 3-24, 4-30
starting and stopping component, 5-38
preinstallation, 2-25
origin database connectivity, 2-24, 2-29
response file, 7-2
Starting, 3-24, 4-30
starting, 2-43
Forms Server, 6-32
Oracle Universal Installer, 2-43
Oracle9i Discoverer Viewer Server, 6-33
Reports Server, 6-32
web server, 3-20, 4-27, 5-33, 6-32
starting and stopping component, 3-24, 4-30, 5-38, 6-45
Oracle HTTP Server, 3-24, 4-30, 5-38, 6-45
Oracle HTTP Server (SSL-enabled), 3-24, 4-31, 5-38, 6-45
Oracle Internet File System, 5-38, 6-45
Oracle Management Server, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Database Cache, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Discoverer, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Forms Services, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Reports Services, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Web Cache, 3-24, 6-45
Oracle9iAS Web Integration Server, 4-30, 5-38
Oracle9iWireless Web Integration Server, 6-45
summary screen, 3-15, 4-22, 5-27, 6-27
supplemental components
installation, C-1
Oracle Gateways, C-4
Oracle Internet Directory, C-5
Oracle Workflow, C-5
Oracle Workplace, C-5
Oracle9iAS Applications InterConnect, C-4
Oracle9iAS Email, C-2
Oracle9iAS Unified Messaging, C-3
overview, C-2
swap space, 1-2
system password for Wireless Edition screen, 4-21, 5-26, 6-26
system tablespace, 1-2

T

tablespace
system, 1-2
user, 1-2
TMP, 1-2, 2-17
Bourne shell, 2-17
C shell, 2-17
Korn shell, 2-17
TNS connect string, 4-16, 5-17, 6-20
TNS_ADMIN, 2-16, 2-17
tnsnames.ora, 2-31
editing, 2-33
total required disk space
component locations screen, 3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11

U

UNIX account, 2-18
oracle account, 2-18
UNIX group name, 2-18
creating, 2-19
oinstall group, 2-18
oraInventory directory, 2-18
privileged groups, 2-19
UNIX group name screen, 3-6, 4-6, 6-6
user tablespace, 1-2
using
Oracle Information Navigator Applet, E-8

V

validating values
response file, 7-4
viewing
documentation library, E-8

W

Web Integration Developer
configuration, B-6
Web Integration Server, F-2
welcome screen, 3-2, 4-2, 5-2, 6-2, 8-13
Wireless Edition repository information screen, 4-18, 5-23, 6-23
hostname, 4-18, 5-23, 6-23
port, 4-18, 5-23, 6-23
SID, 4-19, 5-24, 6-24
Wireless Edition schema information screen, 4-20, 5-25, 6-25
password, 4-20, 5-25, 6-25
username, 4-20, 5-25, 6-25

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