Perform the configuration steps in this section only if you selected Collocated HTTP Server (Managed through WebLogic server) in the Installation Type screen. If you selected Standalone HTTP Server (Managed independently of WebLogic server), see Configuring Oracle HTTP Server in a Standalone Domain.
For information about Oracle HTTP Server domain configuration options, see About Oracle HTTP Server.
If you have not created the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure domain, you can create it at the same time as Oracle HTTP Server. For instructions, see Configuring the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure Domain in Installing and Configuring the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure. However, in Selecting Advanced Configurations, ensure that you select System Components too.
Stopping the Administration Server
Before starting the configuration wizard, it is important to shut down the Administration Server. This prevents any configuration locks, saves, or activations from occurring during the configuration of the domain.
To stop the Administration Server, go to the
On UNIX operating systems:
On Windows operating systems:
You may be prompted for the login credentials of the Administrator user you provided when you configured the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure domain.
Starting the Configuration Wizard
Start the Configuration Wizard to begin configuring a domain.
To start the Configuration Wizard:
- Change to the following directory:
ORACLE_HOMEis your 12c (126.96.36.199.0) Oracle home.
- Enter the following command:
Navigating the Configuration Wizard Screens to Extend the Domain
Use the Configuration Wizard to extend an existing Infrastructure domain with an Oracle HTTP Server instance.
When you are adding an Oracle HTTP Server instance to an existing domain, verify that the ports you are assigning to any new components are available. The Configuration Wizard does not perform automatic port allocation.
The following sections step through the Configuration Wizard:
Selecting the Domain Type and Domain Home Location
You must specify the domain to be updated with Oracle HTTP Server.
To specify the Domain type and Domain home directory:
- On the Configuration Type screen, select Update an existing domain.
- In the Domain Location field, select the Domain home location specified while configuring the Infrastructure domain.
For more information about this screen, see Configuration Type in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard.
Selecting the Configuration Template for Oracle HTTP Server
Use the Templates screen to select the template you require.
On the Templates screen, make sure Update Domain Using Product Templates is selected, then select one of the following templates:
For a Full-JRF configuration, select
Oracle HTTP Server (Collocated) - 188.8.131.52.0 [ohs].
For a Restricted-JRF configuration, selectSelecting this template automatically selects the following as dependencies:
Oracle HTTP Server (Restricted JRF) - 184.108.40.206.0 [ohs].
Oracle Enterprise Manager-Restricted JRF
Oracle Restricted JRF
WebLogic Coherence Cluster Extension
If you are unsure what operational mode you want, see About Full-JRF and Restricted-JRF Modes for an overview of both modes.For more information about this screen, see Templates in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard
Configuring High Availability Options
Use this screen to configure service migration and persistence settings that affect high availability. This screen appears for the first time when you create a cluster that uses automatic service migration, persistent stores, or both, and all subsequent clusters that are added to the domain by using the Configuration Wizard, automatically apply the selected HA options.
Enable Automatic Service Migration
Select Enable Automatic Service Migration to enable pinned services to migrate automatically to a healthy Managed Server for failover. It configures migratable target definitions that are required for automatic service migration and the cluster leasing. Choose one of these cluster leasing options:
Database Leasing - Managed Servers use a table on a valid JDBC System Resource for leasing. Requires that the Automatic Migration data source have a valid JDBC System Resource. If you select this option, the Migration Basis is configured to Database and the Data Source for Automatic Migration is also automatically configured by the Configuration Wizard. If you have a high availability database, such as Oracle RAC, to manage leasing information, configure the database for server migration according to steps in High-availability Database Leasing.
Consensus Leasing - Managed Servers maintain leasing information in-memory. You use Node Manager to control Managed Servers in a cluster. (All servers that are migratable, or which could host a migratable target, must have a Node Manager associated with them.) If you select this option, the Migration Basis is configured to Consensus by the Configuration Wizard.
See Leasing for more information on leasing.
See Service Migration for more information on Automatic Service Migration.
JTA Transaction Log Persistence
Default Persistent Store - Configures the JTA Transaction Log store of the servers in the default file store.
JDBC TLog Store - Configures the JTA Transaction Log store of the servers in JDBC stores.
Oracle recommends that you select JDBC TLog Store. When you complete the configuration, you have a cluster where JDBC persistent stores are set up for Transaction logs.
JMS Service Persistence
A persistent JMS store is a physical repository for storing persistent message data and durable subscribers. It can be either a disk-based file store or a JDBC-accessible database. You can use a JMS file store for paging of messages to disk when memory is exhausted.
JMS File Store - Configures a component to use JMS File Stores. If you select this option, you can choose the File Store option in the Advanced Configuration Screen to change the settings, if required. In the File Stores screen, you can set file store names, directories, and synchronous write policies.
JMS JDBC Store - Configures a component to use JDBC stores for all its JMS servers. When you complete the configuration, you have a cluster and JDBC persistent stores are configured for the JMS servers.
Specifying the Database Configuration Type
Use the Database Configuration type screen to specify details about the database and database schema.
On the Database Configuration type screen, all fields are pre-populated, because you already configured the domain to reference the Fusion Middleware schemas that are required for the Infrastructure domain. Verify and ensure that credentials in all the fields are the same that you have provided while configuring Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure.
Verify the database connection information, then select Get RCU Configuration. The following output in the Connection Result Log indicates that the operation succeeded:
Connecting to the database server...OK Retrieving schema data from database server...OK Binding local schema components with retrieved data...OK Successfully Done.
For more information about the schema installed when RCU is run, see Understanding the Service Table Schema in Creating Schemas with the Repository Creation Utility.
For more information about this screen, see Database Configuration Type in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard.
Specifying JDBC Component Schema Information
Use the JDBC Component Schema screen to verify or specify details about the database schemas.
Verify that the values populated on the JDBC Component Schema screen are correct for all schemas. If you selected RCU Data on the previous screen, the schema table should already be populated appropriately.
For high availability environments, see the following sections in High Availability Guide for additional information on configuring data sources for Oracle RAC databases:
See JDBC Component Schema in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard for more details about this screen.
Testing the JDBC Connections
Use the JDBC Component Schema Test screen to test the data source connections.
A green check mark in the Status column indicates a successful test. If you encounter any issues, see the error message in the Connection Result Log section of the screen, fix the problem, then try to test the connection again.
By default, the schema password for each schema component is the password you specified while creating your schemas. If you want different passwords for different schema components, manually edit them in the previous screen (JDBC Component Schema) by entering the password you want in the Schema Password column, against each row. After specifying the passwords, select the check box corresponding to the schemas that you changed the password in and test the connection again.
For more information about this screen, see JDBC Component Schema Test in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard.
Selecting Advanced Configuration
Use the Advanced Configuration screen to complete the domain configuration.
On the Advanced Configuration screen, select:
Specifying the Oracle HTTP Server Details
Use the OHS Server screen to configure the Oracle HTTP Server instance in the domain.
In the Listen Address field, specify the IP address of the host on which the Oracle HTTP Server instance will reside. Do not use
localhost. See Specifying the Listen Address in Creating WebLogic Domains Using
the Configuration Wizard.
All of the remaining fields are pre-populated, but you can change the values as required. For example, verify that the default port numbers are not used by other services.
Note:If you change the admin host from default IP address
127.0.0.1to any other IP address, you must ensure the following:
admin.confto the host name or domain name that maps to the IP address that you have chosen.
- Create an SSL certificate with a common name matching the host
name or domain name set up using the
For more information, see Configuring SSL for Admin Port in the OHS Admin Guide.
For more information about this screen, see OHS Server in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard .
Assigning System Components to Machines
Use the Assign System Components to Machines screen to assign Oracle HTTP Server system components to the machine that you defined when you configured the initial Fusion Middleware Infrastructure domain.
On the Assign System Components to Machines screen:
In the Machine list box, select the machine (for example,
infra_machine_1) to which you want to assign the Oracle HTTP Server instance.
Assign the Oracle HTTP Server instance to the selected machine in one of the following ways:
ohs1in the System Components list box.
ohs1in the System Components list box and click the right arrow.
You can associate an Oracle HTTP Server machine to an existing machine or create a new machine. You typically create additional machines when you are planning to scale out the topology to multiple host computers. For more information, see Scaling Out a Topology (Machine Scale Out) in High Availability Guide.
Reviewing Your Configuration Specifications and Configuring the Domain
The Configuration Summary screen has detailed configuration information for the domain you are about to extend.
Review each item on the screen and verify that the information is correct. To make any changes, go back to a screen by clicking the Back button or selecting the screen in the navigation pane. Domain update does not start until you click Update.
For more information about this screen, see Configuration Summary in Creating WebLogic Domains Using the Configuration Wizard.
Writing Down Your Domain Home and Administration Server URL
The End of Configuration screen shows information about the domain you just configured.
Make a note of the following items because you need them later:
Administration Server URL
You need the domain location to access scripts that start Node Manager and Administration Server, and you need the URL to access the Administration Server.
Click Finish to dismiss the Configuration Wizard.
Starting the Servers
After configuration is complete, start Node Manager, then the WebLogic Administration Server and Managed Servers.
For more information on additional tools you can use to manage your domain, see Overview of Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration Tools in Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Starting Node Manager
(UNIX) Go to the
setenv JAVA_HOME /home/Oracle/Java/jdk1.8.0_211.
(Windows) Go to the
Enter the following command:
nm.outas an example output file:
nohup ./startNodeManager.sh >
LOG_DIRis the location of directory in which you want to store the log files.
On Windows operating systems, Oracle recommends that you configure Node Manager to run as a startup service. This allows Node Manager to start up automatically each time the system is restarted.
See Running Node Manager as a Startup Service in Administering Node Manager for Oracle WebLogic Server.
Starting the Administration Server
To start the Administration Server:
Change to the
Enter the following:
If you selected Production Mode on the Domain Mode and JDK screen when you created the domain, you see a prompt for the Administrator user login credentials as provided on the Administrator Account screen.
For more information about starting the Administration Server, see Starting and Stopping Administration Servers in Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware.
In production mode, a boot identity file can be created to bypass the need to provide a user name and password when starting the Administration Server. See Creating a Boot Identity File for an Administration Server in Administering Server Startup and Shutdown for Oracle WebLogic Server.
You can verify that the Administration Server is up and running by accessing the Administration Server Console. The URL is provided on the Configuration Success screen, as described in “Writing Down Your Domain Home and Administration Server URL” in Navigating the Configuration Wizard Screens to Configure the Domain (
http://administration_server_host:administration_server_port/console). The default Administration Server port number is
Make sure that the database hosting your product schemas is up and running and accessible by the Administration Server.
For more information about how to use the Administration Console, see Getting Started Using Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console in Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Starting the Oracle HTTP Server Instance
To start the Oracle HTTP Server instance:
Sign in to Fusion Middleware Control:
The Administration Server host and port number were in the URL on the Configuration Success screen. The default Administration Server port number is
The login credentials were provided on the Administrator Account screen while installing.
Click WebTier in the navigation panel on the left side.
Select the Oracle HTTP Server instance you want to start (for example,
ohs1) and click Start Up from the top panel.
For more information about managing Oracle HTTP Server using Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, see Manage Oracle HTTP Server in Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware with Fusion Middleware Control.
For other tools and instructions, see Starting Oracle HTTP Server Instances in Administering Oracle HTTP Server.