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Oracle® Universal Content Management Web Parts User Guide
Release 10gR3
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Using the Installer

The installation process has several parts: installing the WebApp, installing the Content Server WSS, and installing the Web Parts product. One command initiates the entire sequence of installations.

Follow these steps to perform the Web Apps setup. Click Cancel at any time to stop the installation process:

  1. Click on the Setup file in the root directory. A message is displayed indicating that files are being installed, then the welcome screen for the install wizard for Web Parts Installer 2007 is displayed. Click Next to continue.

  2. On the License Agreement screen, use the default selection to accept the terms in the license agreement, and click Next to continue.

  3. On the Customer Information screen, enter a user name and an organization name. Then specify whether to install the application for all users (the default) or only for yourself. Click Next to continue.

  4. On the Setup Type screen, select a setup type. The default selection is Complete, which will install all program features. Click Next to continue.

  5. The Ready to Install the Program screen indicates that the wizard is ready to begin the installation. Click Install to start the installation.

  6. On the Welcome to the IPMExpress Setup Wizard screen, click Next to continue.

  7. On the Select Installation Address Screen, enter the web location (site) and the virtual directory. Click Disk Cost to view an estimate of the amount of space needed for the installation. The Web Parts product must be installed in the same location as the SharePoint Server. By default the screen is set to Default Web Site, but it should be set to the SharePoint Server site (for example, SharePoint - 80). Click Next to continue.

  8. On the Specify IIS Application Pool Screen, enter the application pool under which the WebApp will reside. The App Pool must be the same as SharePoint; by default this is SharePoint - 80.

  9. On the Specify Share Location Screen, enter the pathname to the directory that will be shared over the network. This is a temporary directory that will be shared between the web site and the Web Support Sever and on the web for dynamic file output. If the directory does not exist, you can type the name of a new directory and it will be created. Click Next to continue.

  10. On the Automated Web Site Emails Screen enter the email contact information for the person who will receive diagnostic messages. If left blank, no email is sent. Click Next to continue.

  11. On the Logging Options Screen choose the type of logging that will be done. Logging configuration can be changed later by selecting an option from the Log menu. See "Troubleshooting" for details. The default is Logging Enable. If you select Timings Logging Enabled, timing data will be kept on a per-request basis. This can create larger log files and slow the system. It should be used for diagnostic purposes only. Click Next to continue.

  12. On the Select Sign On Support Screen choose the type of sign-on support to be used. If Use Single Sign On is selected, the information about the current user is used. If not selected, a user name and password form must be filled in for each login. Click Next to continue.

  13. The Confirm Installation screen indicates that the installer is ready to install IPMExpress on your computer. Click Next to begin the SCSWebSupportServerSetup (Content Server WSS) installation.

  14. On the Select Installation Folder Screen enter the location of the directory where the Content Server WSS will be installed. Click Disk Cost to view an estimate of the amount of space needed for the installation. Click Everyone if the Content Server WSS should be installed for anyone who uses the computer. Click Just me to install for yourself. Click Next to continue.

  15. On the Specify Oracle UCM Server URL Screen, enter the URL to the Content Server instance to be used as a data source for the server. Make sure to include the URL information up to and including the /idcplg designation. Enter the SCS port number and the SCS socket number. Click Next to continue.


    By default, the Content Server port used to communicate through the socket layer is set to 4444. To change this value, you must change the configuration file for the WSS after this installation is completed. See "App Settings" for details about this file and the settings in it.

  16. On the Administrator Name Screen, enter the user names on the SharePoint and Content Server for the administrator, and enter the Content Server administrator user password. Click Next to continue.

  17. An information confirmation screen is displayed, indicating the beginning of the Web Parts product portion of the installation. Click Next to continue.

  18. A progress screen is displayed, showing the progress of the installation. When it completes, the software is installed and ready to use. A message is displayed regarding installation of SharePoint services. Click Finish to exit the installation wizard.

  19. When the installation finishes, you can set up the Web Parts product configuration. See "Post-Installation Configuration" for details.