|Oracle9i Application Server Installation Guide
Release 1 (v188.8.131.52.2) for AIX-Based Systems, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, HP 9000 Series HP-UX, and Linux Intel
Part Number A95909-01
The following topics provide an overview for the Oracle9i Application Server Administrative and Development Client CD-ROM components, and guide you through the installation process:
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Client runs only on the NT platform, and consists of the following components:
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Console is a graphical user interface that provides menus, toolbars, launch palettes, and the framework to access Oracle tools and utilities available through other vendors. The format of the Console and the tools available are determined by the products purchased and user preferences. Console menus, toolbars, and tool palettes provide access to the Console components and database administration (DBA) applications.
DBA Management Pack is a set of tools that help automate and simplify the common database administrator tasks. All the tools provide an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI), wizards, and a common look-and-feel which minimizes training costs, along with easy-to-use features that let administrators specify what they want to do rather than specify how to do it.
The following steps guide you through the Oracle Enterprise Manager Client installation process:
If you select Custom, then the Available Products screen appears. Select the products you wish to install, and click Next.
The Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), is a lightweight, XML-based protocol for exchanging information in a decentralized, distributed environment. By combining SOAP-based requests and responses with a transport protocol, for example HTTP, the Internet becomes a medium for applications to publish database-backed Web Services.
SOAP requests are easy to generate, and a client can easily process the responses. This allows for one application to become a programmatic client of another application's services, with each exchanging rich, structured information. The ability to aggregate powerful, distributed Web Services allows SOAP to provide a powerful programming model that turns the Internet into an application development platform.
The following steps guide you through the Oracle9iAS SOAP Client installation process:
The Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Client runs only on the NT platform, and consists of the following components:
Service Designer is a visual interface for implementing and managing Oracle9iAS Wireless. It creates and modifies Oracle9iAS Wireless objects, including adapters, transformers, and services. Service Designer provides a tree view of the Oracle9iAS Wireless repository. The tree displays Oracle9iAS Wireless objects classes, such as adapters and transformers, as folders or branch nodes. It shows instances of those classes as objects or leaf nodes.
Web Integration Developer is a development environment for creating and testing Web Integration services written in Web Interface Definition Language (WIDL). The Web Integration Developer also has tools that you use to:
"Oracle9iAS Client Requirements" for hardware requirements for installation.
The following steps guide you through the Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition Client installation process:
To configure the Web Integration Developer, follow these steps:
Run the Web Integration Developer from the Windows NT Programs menu. Select Programs > Oracle for Windows NT > Oracle9i Application Server Wireless Edition > Web Integration Developer.