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Understanding the Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structure in a WebLogic Server Domain
A.1 Understanding the Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structure in a WebLogic Server DomainFigure A-1 shows an example of the basic directory structure after installation and domain configuration of Oracle HTTP Server, in a WebLogic Server domain, is complete. Note that figure shows only important directories. There are other directories and files created too.This example shows the recommended directory structure, as described in "Understanding the Recommended Directory Structure" in Planning an Installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware. Your directory structure may differ slightly based on where you choose to create these directories on your system.Figure A-1 Sample Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structure in a WebLogic Server DomainDescription of "Figure A-1 Sample Oracle HTTP Server Directory Structure in a WebLogic Server Domain"Table A-1 describes these directories in more details.Table A-1 Directory Description for Oracle HTTP Server in a WebLogic Server DomainDirectory or fileDescriptioncoherenceThis directory contains the Coherence product files.installThis directory contains install-related files and scripts.inventoryThis directory contains information about the components, feature sets, and patches installed in this Oracle home directory.ohsThis directory contains the Oracle HTTP Server binaries.OPatchThis directory contains OPatch and supported files. OPatch is a tool used to patch Oracle Fusion Middleware software.emThis is the Fusion Middleware Control Product folder.oracle_commonThis directory contains the binary and library files required for Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Java Required Files (JRF), and Oracle HTTP Server.orainst.locThis Linux-only text file contains the location of your Oracle inventory, and also the group ID of the user creating the inventory. This does not exist on a Windows installation.ouiThis directory contains files used by the Oracle Universal Installer, including the deinstallation program. If you need to run the Oracle Universal Installer again after the product is installed, you should do so from this directory.webgateThis directory contains the Oracle HTTP Server Webgate binaries for Oracle Access Manager (OAM).wlserverThis directory contains the WebLogic Server product files.This directory is also referred to as the WebLogic home directory, or WL_HOME.logsThis directory contains the log files generated during domain creation.domain-registry.xmlThis registry file contains the location of all domains currently registered with this WebLogic Server installation. Whenever you add a new domain, it is registered in this file.