This preface introduces the new and changed administrative features of Oracle Fusion Middleware that are described in this guide, and provides pointers to additional information.
The following topics introduce the new and changed features of Oracle Fusion Middleware and other significant changes that are described or referred to in this guide, and provides pointers to additional information.
Node Manager support for the OPSS Keystore Service. See Section 2.7.2 for information about configuring Node Manager.
Support for moving the following components to a new environment:
Oracle User Messaging Service. See Table A-22 for the move plan properties.
Oracle Managed File Transfer. See Table A-25 for the move plan properties.
Oracle SOA Core Extensions. See Table A-20 for the move plan properties.
Oracle Enterprise Data Quality, which uses the move plan properties for Java components. See Table A-13.
See Table 20-1 for a complete list of components that support the movement scripts.
Enhanced move plan properties for Oracle B2B. See Table A-23.
Support for certificate trust flags in Oracle Wallets. See Section G.1.4.4.
Ability to import PKCS#12 files to Oracle Wallet. See Section G.1.4.5.
FIPS-140 support in Oracle Fusion Middleware. See Chapter 8.
The following topics introduce the new and changed features of Oracle Fusion Middleware and other significant changes that are described or referred to in this guide, and provides pointers to additional information. This book is the new edition of the formerly titled Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide.
Redefining of the Oracle home and elimination of the Middleware home. See "New And Deprecated Terminology for 12c" in Understanding Oracle Fusion Middleware.
OPMN is no longer used in Oracle Fusion Middleware. Instead, system components are managed by the WebLogic Management Framework, which includes WLST, Node Manager and pack and unpack. See "What Is the WebLogic Management Framework" in Understanding Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Support for a "per domain" Node Manager. See "What Is Node Manager?" in Understanding Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Oracle Web Cache is no longer part of Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Changes in moving from a source to a target environment:
Because of the redefining of Oracle home and elimination of Middleware home, some of the parameters to the scripts have changed. See Section A.1.2.
Support for moving a standalone domain. See Section 20.3.5.
Support for moving the Oracle home and binary files using storage-level cloning tools. See Section 20.3.3.
A move plan for Oracle Coherence. See Table A-15.
A move plan for Oracle Web Services Manager. See Table A-16.
The OPSS Keystore Service is introduced. See Section 126.96.36.199.
SSL procedures for Oracle WebLogic Server have been updated. See Section 6.5.1.
Fusion Middleware Control supports cross-component wiring. See Section 3.3.
Oracle Fusion Middleware has introduced service tables, which provide a way for service providers to publish endpoint information about their services, and clients of these services to query and bind to these services. See Section 3.1.
Updated procedures for backup and recovery, including procedures for recovering a standalone domain. See Chapter 18.
Enhanced support for querying diagnostic incidents. See Section 188.8.131.52.
Support for creating aggregated incidents. See Section 184.108.40.206.
Support for extended log format for access logs. See Section 12.1.1.