Skip Headers
Oracle® Application Server Upgrade and Compatibility Guide
10g ( for UNIX

Part Number B28188-01
Go to Documentation Home
Go to Book List
Book List
Go to Table of Contents
Go to Master Index
Master Index
Go to Feedback page
Contact Us

Go to previous page
View PDF


A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W 


10g (9.0.4)
determining whether or not to upgrade 9.0.4 middle tiers, 5.1
locating instructions for upgrading middle tiers to 10.1.2, 5.2
supported upgrade path, 2.4
upgrading 9.0.4 middle tiers, 5
10g Release 2 (
supported upgrade path, 2.4
10g Release 2 (
supported upgrade path, 2.4
10g Release 2 (
supported upgrade path, 2.4
3273342 patchset, 9.4.6
3273354 patchset, 9.4.6
3273358 patchset, 9.4.6


access control policies
for Oracle Internet Directory, 9.2.2
addAccountNumberUniqueConstraint.bat, 9.5.1, 9.5.1
application files
preserving after Identity Management upgrade, 10.2
Application Server Control
configuring to recognize certificate for SSL-enabled components,
enabling monitoring of Oracle Delegated Administration Services,
enabling monitoring of OracleAS Single Sign-On,
using to verify required processes are running, 8.1.2
verifying the Application Server Control Console port after Identity Management upgrade, 10.1
Application Server Control Farm page
removing source instances from, 10.2, 9.5.2
attributetypes.lo, C.2
Automatic Storage Management (ASM), B.2
See system availability


B2B schema, 8.3.1
strategies after upgrade, 4.1.3
strategies before upgrading, 4
badentry.ldif, C.2
before you begin upgrading
identifying the Oracle homes to upgrade, 2.1.1
introduction to upgrade tools, 2.2
reviewing your current installations, 2.1
things you should know, 2
bulkdelete, C.2
bulkload, C.2, C.2
bulkload.log, C.2
Business Intelligence and Forms
9.0.4 installation type, 5.1


Certificate Upgrade Tool, 9.2.1
CLASSPATH environment variable,, 7.5.1,, B.2
colocated infrastructure
definition, 2.1.3
between application server versions, 3
compatibility matrix, 3.1
matrix, 3.1
metadata repository issues, 3.3
understanding, 3
component IDs
of the OracleAS Metadata Repository schemas, 8.3.1
CSS daemon, B.2


property in,
property in targets.xml,
property in targets.xml,
data migration
alternative OracleAS Identity Management upgrade method, C
determining your current database version, 6.2.1
objects, invalid, identifying, 8.1.2
preparation for upgrade, 4.2.1
supported versions for Metadata Repository, 6.1
Database Control
configuring after database upgrade, 6.5
database files
relocating after database upgrade, 6.4
database listener
database requirements
determining your database upgrade path, 6.2.2, 6.2.3
for OracleAS Identity Management, 7.3
guidelines for upgrading a Metadata Repository database, F.2.1
relocating database files after upgrade, 6.4, 10.2
upgrading a Metadata Repository Creation Assistant database, 6.3.2
Database Upgrade Assistant, 6.3.1
duration during upgrade,,, 7.5.1, B.2
duration of upgrade,
stopping,, 7.5.1,, B.2
database version compatibility issues, 3.4
operating system group,, 7.5.1, 7.5.2, B.2, F.1.1
dcmctl, B.3.5, B.5.4.2, B., B., B.5.4.4
leavefarm command, 10.2
dcmctl listinstances, 8.1.2
decommissioning the source Oracle home
after Identity Management upgrade, 10.2
deinstalling the Identity Management source Oracle home, 10.2
property in,
Directory Replication Group, A.3.3
DISCOVERER schema, 8.3.1
Distinguished Name
Oracle Internet Directory superuser, 7.5.1, 7.5.2,, B.2
distributed Identity Management installations
in 9.0.4, 7.2
illustration, 7.2
duration estimates for upgrade, 4.2.1


See Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant
emctl start iasconsole, 9.4.1
emctl stop iasconsole, 8.1.2
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant
to configure Database Control for the Metadata Repository database, 6.5
Database Listener is down, F.1.4
ORACLE error 942 encountered
error when running MRUA, F.2.5


fan-out replication, A.4.1.2, A.4.2
upgrading, A.1.2
Farm page
using to verify processes before running MRUA, 8.1.2
flow chart
of the Metadata Repository database upgrade process, 6.2.3
of the Oracle Application Server upgrade process, 1.1
Forms and Reports Services
9.0.4 installation type, 5.1
Fujitsu-Siemens PrimeCluster
when upgrading high availability configurations, B.1


groups container
modifying after Oracle Internet Directory upgrade, 9.2.2


high availability configurations
upgrade options, B.1
upgrade prerequisites, B.1
upgrade restrictions, B.1
upgrading, B
httpd.conf, B., B.
property in targets.xml,


ias_admin, 7.5.1, 7.5.2,, B.2,, 8.2, 8.2, A.2, B.3.6, B.5.5, B.6.6, E.1
properties to modify before replication upgrade, A.2
when upgrading an Oracle Internet Directory replication environment, A.2
Oracle home backup
duration, 4.2.1
post-upgrade tasks, duration, 4.2.1
init.cssd, B.2
insufficient privileges
error when upgrading Identity Management on UNIX systems, F.1.1
using the compatibility matrix, 3
invalid database objects, identifying, 8.1.2


installing after OracleAS Single Sign-On upgrade, 9.3.7
LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable,, 7.5.1,, B.2
ldapadd, A.2, C.2
ldapbind,, 7.5.1, 7.5.2,, A.2, B.2, F.1.2
ldapjclnt10.jar, C.2
ldapmodify, A.2, A.4.1.2, A.4.2, C.2, C.2, C.2, C.2
ldapsearch, 9.3.6, A.2, A.2
LDIF file
used to prepare for a replication upgrade, A.2
ldifwrite, C.2
stopping the database listener,
listener.ora, A.3.2, A.3.3
log files
OracleAS Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant, D.2.2
OracleAS Portal repository upgrade, D.3
preserving after upgrade, 10.2
lsnrctl start, F.1.4


using the compatibility, 3.1
Metadata Repository
See OracleAS Metadata Repository
Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant
See OracleAS Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant
middle tier
stopping before upgrading the Metadata Repository, 8.1.2
mod_oc4j.conf, B.5.4.4
mod_osso, 9.1.2
query parameters and (OracleAS Wireless), 9.5.3
property in targets.xml,
MRC schema, 8.3.1
See OracleAS Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant
MRUA schema, 8.3.1, 8.2


non-colocated infrastructure
definition, 2.1.3
non-distributed Identity Management installations
in 9.0.4, 7.2


objectclasses.log, C.2
property in,
oidadmin, B., B.
using to configure Oracle Delegated Administration Services for SSL, 9.1.3
mode=UPGRADE, C.2
oidca.jar, C.2
oidca.log, F.1.2
oidctl, A.2, A.2, A.3.2, A.3.2, A.3.3, A.3.3
compared with using OPMN to start and stop Oracle Internet Directory, 7.5.1, 7.5.2, B.2, 9.2.2
property in, A.2
propery in, 8.2, B.3.6, B.5.5, B.6.6, E.1
property in, A.2
oidmon, C.2, C.2
property in, A.2
oidrdjob.sql, A.3.2
oidrssou.sql, 9.3.4
property in, 8.2, A.2, B.3.6, B.5.5, B.6.6, E.1
running after Oracle Internet Directory upgrade from 9.0.4, 9.2.5, 9.2.2
opmnctl, 7.5.1, 7.5.2, B.3.6
opmnctl startall, 9.4.1
opmnctl stopall, 8.1.2
table or view does not exist
when running MRUA, F.2.5
ORA-01031, F.1.1
ORA-12500, F.1.4
Oracle Advanced Replication (ASR) based Replica, A.3.2
Oracle Application Server
flow chart of the upgrade process, 1.1
overview of the upgrade process, 1.1
Oracle Application Server Backup and Recovery Tool
definition, 2.2
Oracle Application Server Certificate Authority, 7.1, 8.1.1, B.5.1.2
Oracle BPEL Process Manager, 8.1.1
Oracle Database 10g (, 6.1.1
Oracle Database 10g (, 6.1.1
Oracle Database 10g (10.2), 6.1.1
Oracle Delegated Administration Services, 7.1, C.2
enabling SSL after upgrade, 9.1.3
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 7.1
completing the upgrade, 9.2.4
Oracle Directory Manager, B., B.
using to configure Delegated Administration Services for SSL, 9.1.3
Oracle homes
identifying which to upgrade, 2.1.1
Oracle Internet Directory, 7.1
completing the upgrade, 9.2
resetting the replication wallet password, 9.2.3, A.4.1
contents of ldif file used to prepare for upgrade, A.2
enabling SSL after upgrade, 9.1.1
performing a mult-master replication upgrade, A
preparing for a multi-master replication upgrade, A.2
selecting a replication upgrade method, A.3.1
starting with OPMN versus oidctl, 7.5.1, 7.5.2
upgrading on one replica, A.3
valid starting points for replication upgrade, A.1.2
Oracle Internet Directory Version 9.2.x
upgrading to 10g (, 2.4
Oracle Ultra Search, 8.1.1
Oracle Universal Installer
definition, 2.2
using to upgrade a seed database,
Oracle Workflow, 8.1.1
entry in targets.xml,
ORACLE_HOME environment variable,,,, 7.5.1,,, A.2, B.2, F.1.4
temporarily setting to run ldapbind, 7.5.1, 7.5.2, B.2
Oracle_Server.log, F.2.2
environment variable, C.2
ORACLE_SID environment variable,, 7.5.1,, B.2
element in targets.xml,
Oracle9i Release 2 (, 6.1.1
Oracle9i Release 2 (, 6.1.1
OracleAS Certificate Authority
in a 9.0.4 distributed Identity Management installation, 7.2
OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management)
upgrading a distributed environment to 10g (, B.6
upgrading to 10g (, B.5.1
OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster
upgrading, B.2
OracleAS Farm
removing source instances from the Application Server Control Farm page, 10.2
OracleAS Identity Management
backup strategies before upgrading, 4.1.2
completing the upgrade
modifying access policy on the groups container, 9.2.2
deinstalling the source Oracle home, 10.2
distributed 9.0.4 installations, 7.2, 7.2
enabling SSL after upgrade, 9.1
non-distributed 9.0.4 installations, 7.2
overview of, 7.1
preserving application files and log files, 10.2
relocating database files after upgrading a colocated Infrastructure, 10.2
summary of installer screens when upgrading in a 9.0.4 distributed installation,
summary of installer screens when upgrading in a colocated Infrastructure, 7.5.1
upgrading 9.0.4 distributed configurations,
upgrading an Internet Directory Replication environment, A
upgrading distributed configurations, 7.5.3
upgrading in a colocated infrastruture, 7.5.1
upgrading in a non-colocated 9.0.4 Infrastructure, 7.5.2
upgrading with data migration method, C
verifying whether or not components are enabled in a distributed installation,
OracleAS Identity Manager
differences between data migration and typical OracleAS Identity Management upgrade procedures, C.1
OracleAS Metadata Repository
backup strategies before upgrading, 4.1.1
compatibility, 3.3
determining your database upgrade path, 6.2.2, 6.2.3
summary of installation screens during upgrade,
summary of installation screens when upgrading the host database,
understanding and preparing for upgrade, 8.1
upgrading the database, 6
upgrading the seed database in non-colocated installation,
verifying Oracle Internet Directory and database processes are running, 8.1.2
why upgrade for 10g (, 8.1.1
OracleAS Metadata Repository Creation Assistant
upgrading a Metadata Repository Creation Assistant database, 6.3.2
OracleAS Metadata Repository Creation Assistant database
definition, 2.1.4
upgrade paths for, 6.2.2
OracleAS Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant
component status indicators, 8.3.1
definition, 2.2
example execution times, 4.2.2, 8.2
reviewing log files, D.2
sample session, 8.2
summary of arguments, 8.2
OracleAS Metadata Repository Upgrade Assistant and Utilities CD-ROM
introduction, 2.2
OracleAS Portal
accessing after upgrade, 9.4.3
completing the schema upgrade process, 9.4
problems logging in to, 3.5.1
reconfiguring to work with Delegated Administration Services, 9.4.5
repository upgrade log files, D.3
supported upgrade path, 2.4
text indexes, 9.4.4
updating customized login portlets, 9.4.6
OracleAS Single Sign-On, 7.1, 9.5.3, 10.2
changing the (ORASSO) schema password, C.2
completing the upgrade, 9.3
configuring third-party authentication after upgrade, 9.3.2
enabling SSL after upgrade, 9.1.2
installing customized pages after upgrade, 9.3.3
installing languages, 9.3.7
reconfiguring the middle tier after upgrade, 9.3.1
setting up replication, 9.3.4
uniquemember listing, 9.3.6
OracleAS Wireless
adding unique constraint for the orclWirelessAccountNumber in Oracle Internet Directory, 9.5.1
assigning change password privilege, 9.5.2
completing the upgrade, 9.5
specifying URL query parameters for wireless services that use the HTTP adapter, 9.5.3
OracleMetaLink, B.1
locating software requirements for 10g (, 6.1.2
using to update the Oracle wallet,
changing the ORASSO schema password, C.2
orcldasurlbase, 9.1.3, B., B., B., C.2
orclreplicationid, A.4.2
orclWirelessAccountNumber attribute in Oracle Internet Directory, 9.5.1
overview of the upgrade process
flow chart, 1


partner applications
removing source instances from, 10.2
administration passwords after upgrade, 10.1
3273342, 9.4.6
3273354, 9.4.6
3273358, 9.4.6
PATH environment variable,, 7.5.1,, B.2
Portal and Wireless
9.0.4 installation type, 5.1
PORTAL schema, 8.3.1
post-upgrade procedures, 9
PostUpgrade.log, F.2.2
ppUpgrade.log, C.2
precheck.log, D.3
prrplc.sql, 9.4.2


Rack-Mounted Identity Management
upgrading a distributed rack-mounted environment, B.4
upgrading to OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management), B.3
removing source instances from the partner application list, 10.2
remtool, A.4.1.1, A.4.1.2, C.2
remtool –asrrectify, A.3.2
See OracleAS Metadata Repository Creation Assistant
replicas, upgrading simultaneously, A.3.1
replicated Oracle Internet Directory, upgrading, A
performing an Oracle Internet Directory multi-master replication upgrade
Oracle Internet Directory, A
preparing for upgrade, A.2
selecting an upgrade method, A.3.1
upgrading fan-out replication environment, A.1.2
upgrading Oracle Internet Directory on one replica, A.3
valid starting points for upgrade, A.1.2, C.2
resetting the wallet password at the supplier, A.4.1.2
reverse proxy
Single Sign-On and, 9.3.5, B.2
rules to follow
when upgrading, 2.3


schemasync, C.2
Secure Sockets Layer
enabling after upgrading Delegated Administration Services, 9.1.3
enabling after upgrading Identity Management, 9.1
enabling monitoring of SSL-enabled components,
seealso attribute, A.2
seed database
database upgrade path for, 6.2.2
definition, 2.1.4
summary of the installation screens when upgrading,
upgrading in a non-colocated installation,
upgrading with Oracle Universal Installer, 6.3.1
setupinfo.txt,, 7.5.1, 7.5.2,
SHLIB_PATH environment variable,, 7.5.1,
shutdownprocesses.log,, 7.5.1, 7.5.2,, F.1.3
sqlnet.ora, A.3.2, A.3.3
SSL certificate
configuring Application Server Control to recognize,
example of contents,
SSL Enabled
check box on Oracle Directory Manager connection dialog box, 9.1.3, B., B.
ssl.conf, B., B., B., B.
ssomig, C.2, B.
Sun Cluster
when upgrading high availability configurations, B.1
system availability
during upgrade, 4
system downtime
during upgrade, 4.2
planning for, 4.2


targets.xml, 9.1.2
modifying in order to enable monitoring of SSL-enabled targets,
third-party products
verifying support for, 2.5
Time Difference of at least 250 sec found, F.1.5
TNS_ADMIN environment variable,, 7.5.1,, B.2
tnsnames.ora, A.2, A.3.2, A.3.3, F.1.2
trace.log, F.1.1
configuration assistant failure during OracleAS Identity Management upgrade, F.1.4
Database Upgrade Assistant failure curing OracleAS Identity Management upgrade, F.2.4
insufficient privileges error when upgrading identity management on UNIX systems, F.1.1
problem stopping processes in source Oracle home during OracleAS Identity Management upgrade, F.1.3
problems encountered while upgrading Oracle Internet Directory, F.1.2
verifying the progress of the Database Upgrade Assistant during OracleAS Identity Management upgrade, F.2.2
when to upgrade a Metadata Repository database, F.2.1


UDDI schema, 8.3.1
updateConfig, B., B., B., B.5.4.4
downtime during, 4.2
duration, 4.2.1
system availability during, 4
upgrade rules to follow
before you begin upgrading, 2.3
upgrade tools
introduction, 2.2
certificat upgrade tool, 9.2.1
upgrade.log, D.3
flow chart of the Oracle Application Server upgrade process, 1.1
introduction to upgrade tools, 2.2
reviewing your current installations, 2.1
things you should know before before you begin, 2


VERITAS Cluster Server
when upgrading high availability configurations, B.1


WCS schema, 8.3.1
WIRELESS schema, 8.3.1
Wireless Voice Authentication
troubleshooting after Single Sign-On upgrade, 9.3.6