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SOA Suite 12c Installation

By this time, you might already know that SOA Suite12c released last week. The twitter world is abuzz with the most awaited SOA Suite release and gave a welcome in great fashion. I too was equally excited to get a glimpse of it and try out some hands-on the same. In this post, we will quickly go through the SOA Suite 12c installation.

We can say that installation is quite streamlined and made simple with single installer that includes JDeveloper, JDev SOA Extension, RCU, Standalone WLS and Service Bus (formerly Oracle Service Bus). The installer can be downloaded from here.

I tried this installation in Windows 7, 64-bit machine. Make sure you installed JDK and JAVA_HOME environment variable is set before  proceeding with the  installation.

Unzip the installer and start the installation as shown below.

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This brings up the welcome screen.

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Click Next and set Oracle Home to your desired location.

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Click Next to finish Prerequisites check.

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Click Next. Here you can review the installation summary and click Install.

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Click Finish to complete the installation.

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RCU Installation

You need to create the required schemas using RCU before proceeding with domain creation. As I mentioned earlier, no separate installer is required for RCU and comes by default with SOA Suite.

Navigate to $MW_HOME/oracle_common/bin. Locate file rcu.bat and select ‘Run as Administrator’ on right click to bring up the following welcome screen. Make sure that you installed a supported database before proceeding.

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Click Next and choose default options for creating the repository.

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Click Next and enter your database information with sys credentials.

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Click on Next and you can Ignore the warning related to Oracle XE database as you are going to use this domain for development purpose.

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RCU will perform some prerequisite checks.

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Click OK to bring up following screen. Enter prefix as you desired and select SOA Infrastructure schema. This will automatically select all other dependent schemas as shown.

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Click Next and enter the password for all schemas.

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Click Next and proceed to next screen by accepting the defaults.

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Click on Close to finish RCU installation.

Domain Creation

Navigate to $MW_HOME/oracle_common/common/bin and locate the file config.cmd. Right click and select ‘Run as Administrator’ to bring up the following screen. Enter your desired domain name.

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Click Next and select the products that your domain want to support.

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Click Next and proceed further by accepting the defaults.

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Click Next and enter the credentials.

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Click Next and choose Domain Mode. You may want to retain Development as Domain Mode. You can accept defaults for JDK or you can select any other location.

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Click Next. Enter STB schema information as shown below and click Get RCU Configuration.

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Once schema retrieving is successfully done, click Next.

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Click Next and verify that connection test is successful for all the schemas. If not, you can go back to previous screen and modify individual schema connection information.

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Once testing is done, Click Next and accept the defaults.

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Click Next and in this screen you verify the domain configuration the wizard is going to create.

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Click Create to start the domain creation.

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Once the the domain creation is successful, Click Next.

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Remember Domain Location and Admin Server URL and click Finish to exit the configuration wizard.

Start the Admin and Managed Servers by executing startWebLogic.cmd, startManagedWeblogic.cmd respectively from bin folder of Domain Location (shown above).

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