3 Setting Up the Environment for Deploying EnterpriseOne ADF Applications

This chapter contains the following topics:

3.1 Verify Certifications (Formerly Known as Minimum Technical Requirements)

Customers must conform to the supported platforms for the release, which can be found in the Certifications tab on My Oracle Support: https://support.oracle.com.

On the Certifications tab, search for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ADF Foundation to locate the certifications.

3.2 Setting Up an EnterpriseOne AIS Server

Deploy and configure an EnterpriseOne AIS Server. The AIS Server enables communication between AIS client applications (including EnterpriseOne ADF applications) and EnterpriseOne.

See "Configuring the Application Interface Services Server" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Interface Services Server Reference Guide for more information.

3.3 Setting Up Oracle WebLogic Server with ADF Runtime

To set up and configure an Oracle WebLogic Server with ADF runtime, perform the following tasks:

3.3.1 Download Oracle ADF Runtime

Access the download from the following location:


From the Application Development Runtime drop-down menu, select the release that corresponds to the MTRs, and then click the Download File button.

The appropriate Oracle ADF Runtime Distribution will download.

3.3.2 Install ADF Runtime Libraries on Oracle WebLogic Server

  1. Access the java\bin folder.

  2. Execute the java-jar fmw_12. file, which launches the Repository Creation Utility.

  3. On the Welcome screen, click Next.

  4. On Installation Location, in the Oracle Home field, enter the existing Oracle Home, for example Oracle\Middleware, and then click Next.

  5. On Installation Type, select the Fusion Middleware Infrastructure option and click Next.

  6. On Prerequisite Checks, click Next after the prerequisite check completes.

  7. On Installation Summary, review the summary and click Install.

  8. On Installation Progress, after the installation completes, click Next.

  9. On Installation Complete, review the installation status and click Finish.

3.3.3 Create Database Schemas Using the Repository Creation Utility (RCU)

To create the database schemas using RCU:

  1. Execute the rcu.bat(sh) from the Oracle_Home\oracle_common\bin folder.

    This launches the Repository Creation Utility.

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  2. On the Welcome screen, click Next.

  3. On Create Repository, select the Create Repository option and then select the System Load and Product Load option.

  4. On Database Connection Details, complete the following fields to enter the database connection information:

    • Database Type

    • Host Name

    • Port

    • Service Name

    • Username

    • Password

    • Role

  5. Click Next.

  6. Click OK after the prerequisites check completes.

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  7. On Select Components, perform these steps:

    1. Select the Create new prefix option and enter a new schema prefix.

    2. In the Component column, click the AS Common Schemas check box.

    3. Click Next.

    4. After a second prerequisites check, click OK.

  8. On Schema Passwords, select the Use same passwords for all schemas option and then enter a password for all schemas.

  9. Click Next.

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  10. On Map Tablespaces, review the tablespaces information and click Next.

  11. In the Confirmation dialog box, click OK to confirm tablespaces creation.

  12. On Summary, click Create.

  13. On Completion Summary, review the summary and then click Close.

3.3.4 Extend the Oracle WebLogic Server Domain for ADF Runtime

Because your EnterpriseOne ADF applications will be on the same domain as your ADF libraries, you need to extend the Oracle WebLogic Server domain for ADF runtime.


If you have not yet created the Oracle WebLogic Server domain, you can choose "Create a new domain" instead of "Update an existing domain."

To extend the Oracle WebLogic Server domain for ADF runtime:

  1. Execute the config.cmd(sh) from Oracle_Home\oracle_common\common\bin folder.

  2. On Configuration Type, click the Update an existing domain option.

    If you select the Create a new domain option, the following steps will be similar.

  3. Click Next.

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  4. On Templates, select the Oracle Enterprise Manager check box.

    The other two check boxes are automatically selected.

  5. On Application Location, verify the Domain location, and then click Next.

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  6. On Database Configuration Type, enter the Database Configuration.

    Be sure to use the prefix_STB schema.

  7. Click Get RCU Configuration to verify the connection.

  8. Click Next.

  9. On Component Datasources, review the Data Source Components and verify that the connection info is correct.

  10. Click Next.

  11. On JDBC Test, click Test Selected Connections.

  12. After the test completes successfully, click Next.

  13. On Advanced Configuration, click Next without selecting any options.

  14. On Configuration Progress, review the configuration summary, and then click Update.

  15. When the upgrade process completes, click Next.

  16. On Configuration Success, click Finish to exit the installer.

3.3.5 Create a Managed Server

To create a managed server:

  1. Launch the WebLogic Server Administration Console.

  2. Click Server, and then click Lock and Edit.

  3. Click New to create a Managed Server.

    Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1 automatically applies the JRF template; no further steps are required. With Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3, you must apply the JRF template as described in Apply the JRF Template to the New Managed Server.


    If you have Server Manager agent installed and have registered the Oracle WebLogic Server instance to your Server Manager, you can create the J2EE container from Server Manager.

3.3.6 Apply the JRF Template to the New Managed Server


For Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1, the JRF template is automatically applied to the new server as long as the managed server was created before extending ADF runtime. Therefore, you can disregard the following instructions. However, if the managed server was created after, then you must apply the JRF template manually as described here.

To apply the JRF template to the new managed server:

  1. Sign on to Oracle Enterprise Manager:


  2. Select the Managed Server.

  3. Click the JRF Template.

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  4. Review the Confirmation message.

    The server is ready for deploying EnterpriseOne ADF applications.