5 Installing TAP Roaming Manager

This chapter describes how to install Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) TAP Roaming Manager.


TAP Roaming Manager is an optional feature that requires a separate license.

System Requirements

TAP Roaming Manager is supported on the HP-UX IA64, Solaris, AIX, and Linux operating systems. For information on disk space requirements for these operating systems, see "Disk Space Requirements" in BRM Installation Guide.

Software Requirements

Before installing TAP Roaming Manager, you must install:

Installing TAP Roaming Manager

To install TAP Roaming Manager:

  1. If the Third-Party software package is not installed already, install it. See "Installing the Third-Party Software" in BRM Installation Guide.

  2. Go to the directory where you installed the Third-Party package and source the source.me file:

    Bash shell:

    source source.me.sh

    C shell:

    source source.me.csh
  3. Download the TAP Roaming Manager installation software to a temporary directory (temp_dir).


    You must increase the heap size used by the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) before running the installation program to avoid ”Out of Memory” error messages in the log file. For information, see "Increasing Heap Size to Avoid ”Out of Memory” Error Messages" in BRM Installation Guide.
  4. Go to temp_dir and enter the following command:

    7.5.0_TAPRoamingmanager_platform_64_opt.bin -console

    where platform is the operating system name.


    You can use the -console parameter to run the installation in command-line mode. To enable a graphical user interface (GUI) installation, install a GUI application such as X Windows and set the DISPLAY environment variable before you install the software.
  5. Follow the instructions displayed during installation.


    If you do not specify an installation directory, TAP Roaming Manager is installed in the /opt/ifw directory.

Uninstalling TAP Roaming Manager

To uninstall TAP Roaming Manager, run the Pipeline_home/uninstaller/TAPRoamingmanager/uninstaller.bin.