Install Data Gateway

Install Data Gateway in your on-premises environment interactively or silently using an Oracle Universal Installer response file.

  1. Download Data Gateway from OTN (see Before You Start with Data Gateway).
  2. To install Data Gateway for a server deployment:
    1. Extract the datagateway-linux64-<version>.zip file to a Linux machine. Make the datagateway-linux64-<version>.bin file executable (for example, using chmod 777).
    2. Use the datagateway-<platform>-<version>.bin file to start the installer.
      Alternatively, install Data Gateway silently using an Oracle Universal Installer response file and skip to Step 4.
    3. If a Welcome dialog is displayed, click Next.
    4. At the Installation Location dialog, specify where you'd like to install Data Gateway on the local machine, then click Next.
    5. At the Select Remote Data Version dialog, select Remote Data Gateway.
    6. At the Credentials dialog, create a username and password for logging into the Data Gateway Agent Configuration page.
    7. Under Next Steps, click Start Jetty, then click Finish.
    Skip step 3.
  3. To install Data Gateway for a personal deployment, unzip to a folder (Windows) or install the package to the Applications folder (MacOS).
  4. (Optional) After you've installed or Data Gateway, if you're using an internet proxy for Data Gateway, perform these additional steps:
    1. Stop the Data Gateway agent.
    2. On the machine where you've installed Data Gateway, configure the Data Gateway properties:

      In a server deployment, edit this file:

      <Installed location>/jetty/obiee_rdc_agent.properties

      In a personal deployment, edit this file:

      <Installed location>\obiee_rdc_agent.properties

    3. Update the following properties with the details of your internet proxy host:
      • proxyUserName
      • proxyPassword
      • proxyHost (for example, www-proxy.us.oracle.com)
      • proxyPort (for example, 80)
    4. Start the Data Gateway agent.
In a server deployment, you can review the details at any time using the status.sh/bat command located in the <Data Gateway install folder>/domain/bin/ folder. Example output:
Data Gateway Jetty Home: <Jetty home>
Data Gateway Domain Home: <Domain home> 
Data Gateway Jetty HTTP Port: <Port>
Data Gateway Status: <Data Gateway status> (For example, UP.)
URL: <URL for Data Gateway Agent Configuration page> (For example, http://example.com:8080/obiee/config.jsp.)