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Installation (OS & APPS) part-II

5. Oracle Applications 11i Installation (Linux)
5.1. Login as oracle user we created in the above steps.
5.2. Start Oracle Applications installation and follow as the following screens. I will
demonstrate vision installation on a single node.
5.3. Change directory to /u01/Stage11i/ startCD/Disk1/ rapidwiz/ with the cd command.
5.4. Execute $./ rapidwiz < ENTER>

5.5. In the displayed Select Wizard Operation screen we have selected Install Oracle

Applications E-Business 11i. After selecting the desired option press Next.

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5.6. I f you already have a configuration created with rapidwiz then you can provide it on the Load Configuration screen by select Yes, load configuration file and click open to find the configuration file. By providing the file the next steps will be skipped and the system status check step will be performed on the basis of parameters provided in the configuration file. To know how this file is created and saved just see next screen Save Instance – specific Configuration, which displayed after we provide all the information. The default name is config.txt.
I have selected No as I don’t have configuration.

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5.7. Press the next button on the above screen.
5.8. As I already mentioned above that I will demonstrate single node installation so here on
the Install Type screen I will select, Single – node (All services on a single node).

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5.9. Press Next and the next screen will be to define database type.

5.10. I will install Vision Demo Database instead of Fresh Database as the Fresh would be blank while Vision is preconfigured Database. So on the Define Database Type screen I have selected Vision Demo Database and also entered my database name VIS.

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5.11. After providing these two information press Next on the above screen.
5.12. By default the Oracle OS User is the user with which I logged in and started the
installation so I can’t change it here. The second is to enter the group so provide the
name of group which was created in few steps above. The third entry on the Database Install Information – Vision screen is to provide the Base Install Directory where the application will be installed.

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5.13. I f you need to change any other path on the above screen the click on Advanced Edit else proceed by clicking Next.
5.14. In the previous step we provided information for Database while on this Configuration
Information for Node – Vision screen we will provide information for Application side. The information is just like same as on the database screen. You can set different paths of database and applications installation if any space limitation on one disk.

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5.15. Enter your domain name in the Domain Name field on Global System Settings screen. Like for demonstration I have entered erpstuff.com.

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5.16. Save the configuration file on the following Save Instance – specific Configuration screen for future use. Name the file which is convenient for you as kept the default one that is config.txt.

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5.17. Press Next to proceed.
5.18. All the input tasks of DBA are completed now the checks will be performed on the basis of information provided in the previous steps.
5.19. The next screen which will appear is the System Check Status screen.
5.20. The next immediate screen will show the results of checks performed in the last step.
5.21. View if any cross found and resolve the error mentioned. I am sure if all steps above were performed carefully there should be no issue at this place. I f any error
displayed on the Validate System Configuration screen then press Back else press
Next.

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5.22. The next screen is Component Installation Review which displays the components to be installed.

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5.23. Pressing Next will bring the Load Balancing screen.

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5.24. I have used default values for Concurrent Manager, Forms Server on the Load Balancing Node Specification screen.

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5.25. As we are installing single node so Node name is same for all Services while Linux is selected as Operating System on Node Information screen.

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5.26. After pressing the Next on the above screen will bring the following Installing Oracle Applications screen which shows two progress bars.

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5.27. During this the DBA can perform the following tasks,
o In case of multi node installation start OS installation on the other node.
o I f it is lunch time then have a nice lunch as the installation will take time to complete depending on the hardware.
o I f you have music system then listening good music would also be a good time passing.
o Mean while keep watching the progress bars as any error may be prompted due to
certain reason like if any step(s) was/were missed.

 

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 6. Oracle Applications R12 Installation (Linux)

Oracle Applications Documentation Resources, Release 12

Detailed information is available in Metalink note 394692.1

The following components are optional, and not delivered by Rapid I nstall:
• Oracle Discoverer 10g (10.1.2.0.2)
• Oracle Portal 10g (10.1.4)
• Oracle Single Sign-On 10g (10.1.2.0.2)
• Oracle Internet Directory 10g (10.1.2.0.2)

Note: In Release 12, Java Development Kit (JDK) 5.0 is automatically installed by Rapid
Install. For more details about JDK visit,
http: / / java.sun.com/ j2se/1.5.0/ install-linux# requirements

Disk Space Requirements
—>Operating System 4.7 GB
—>Stage 33 GB
—>Applications node file system 28 GB
(Includes AS 10.1.2 ORACLE_HOME, AS 10.1.3 ORACLE_HOME, COMMON_TOP, APPL_TOP, and INST_TOP)
—>Database node file system (Fresh) 45 GB
—>Database node file system (Vision) 133 GB
Note: We will install single node vision instance so we will require total space (4.7 + 33 + 28 + 133 =
198.7).
The Applications node technology stack includes, among other components:
• Oracle Developer 10i, which includes:
• Oracle Forms
• Oracle Reports
• Oracle 10g Application Server 10.1.2
• Oracle 10g Application Server 10.1.3 (includes Oracle HTTP Server)

The database node includes:

• Oracle Database 10g Release 2
The following components are optional, and not delivered by Rapid I nstall:
• Oracle Discoverer 10g (10.1.2.0.2)
• Oracle Portal 10g (10.1.4)
• Oracle Single Sign-On 10g (10.1.2.0.2)
• Oracle Internet Directory 10g (10.1.2.0.2)
Note: In Release 12, Java Development Kit (JDK) 5.0 is automatically installed by Rapid Install.
6.1. Create a user named oracle and two groups named dba and oinstall. The steps are demonstrated in the following slide.

$ groupadd dba$ groupadd oinstall$ useradd -G dba -g oinstall oracle

$ passwd oracle

$ id oracle

uid= 500(oracle) gid= 502(oinstall) groups= 502(oinstall),503(dba)

$ mkdir /d01 /d02

$ chown -R oracle:oinstall /d01 /d02

Note: Here we have folder d01 for installation and d02 for stage

 

6.2. Login as oracle user.
6.3. Start Oracle Applications installation and follow as the following screens. I will
demonstrate vision installation on a single node.
6.4. Start the rapidwiz from the rapidwiz folder.

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6.5. Click on Next (B).

 

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 6.6. Click on Next (B).

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6.7. Click Accept Oracle Connection Tools Agreement and click on Next (B).

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 6.8. Enter your Metalink Support Identifier, Metalink Account and select Country.
6.9. Click on Next (B).

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 6.10. Click on Next (B).

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6.11. Click on Next (B).

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6.12. Change if required and click on Next (B).61

6.13. Change if required and click on Next (B).

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6.14. Click on Next (B).

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6.15. Resolve if any test is fail and click on Next (B).

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6.16. Click on Next (B).

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6.17. Click on Yes (B).
6.18. The installation will start so wait till not completed.

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6.19. All post-install checks should be successful if there is any issue then resolve it and click on Next (B).

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6.20. Click on Finish (B).
6.21. The next is to check the directory structure as Oracle has changed the structure in R12.

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6.22. Open internet explorer and enter the URL here in my case it is,

Note: In EBS Release 12 it is mandatory to first time login with sysadmin in order to
complete installation.

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6.23. Enter sysadmin in User Name and sysadmin as Password.
6.24. Click on Login (B).
6.25. The J2SE setup will be automatically started.

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6.26. Click Typical setup and click on Accept (B).

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6.27. Click on Finish (B).

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6.28. The following is the navigation window of R12.

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7. Oracle Applications Installation (Windows)

Now we will try to capture the steps for the Installation of Oracle eBusiness suite on Microsoft Windows.
7.1. Windows OS Setup

7.1.1. Fist of all download the latest version of JDK from http: / / java.sun.com and install it  while keeping in mind that there should be no space in the folder(s) name.
7.1.2. During Windows installation please make sure that the machine should be at least 8 characters and if during installation it is less than 8 then change it.
7.1.3. First of all you need to create a new user on Windows server with name “oracle” and add the user in administrators group to give administrative privileges.
7.1.4. Logoff and login into as “oracle” and install the following tools before installation of 11i.
7.1.5. The sequence of installation of these softwares should be as the sequence in the following steps.
7.1.6. Install the printer on the server before proceeding with the installation.

Note: There should be no space in the folder names of the following softwares. Do not install in the “Program Files” folder because there is a space character in the folder name.

7.2. JDK
7.2.1. Fist of all download the latest version of JDK from http://java.sun.com and install it while keeping in mind that there should be no space in the folder(s) name.
7.3. MS Outlook
7.3.1. For few versions of eBusiness suite you need to install Microsoft Outlook so install the Microsoft Outlook.
7.4. Microsoft Visual C+ +
7.4.1. The next is to install Microsoft Visual C+ + .
7.4.2. Start the setup.
7.4.3. Select “Product” on the following screen.

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7.4.4. Click on Next (B).

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7.4.5. Select Visual C+ + 6.0 Enterprise Edition and click on Next (B).

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7.4.6. Select Register Environment Variables and click on OK (B).

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7.4.7. Enter a folder name and path which should not have any space(s).

7.4.8. Click on Next (B).
7.4.9. After the installation reboot the system.
7.4.10. Next is to install Service Pack 4 for Microsoft Visual Studio
7.4.11. After Service pack installation reboot the system.
7.5. MKS Toolkit
7.5.1. Download the MKS Toolkit from http: / /www.mks.com as a demo version for 30 days is available for free download.
7.5.2. Start the setup.

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7.5.3. Click on Next (B).

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7.5.4. Click on Next (B).

7.5.5. On the following screen, give non-space name of the folder where you want to install the toolkit. Click the “Browse” button to change the folder name. You may install the toolkit to C: \mksnt folder as described in the Oracle Installation Guide.

7.5.6. Click on Next (B).

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7.5.7. Click on Next (B).
7.5.8. Wait for the installation to complete.
7.5.9. Once the installation is complete, go to the “MS DOS Prompt” and run any Unix command. You must be able to run all Unix commands on Windows successfully. Like for example enter ls command which is same a dir command of windows.

7.6. GNUMake Utility

7.6.1. Download the GNU from http: / /www.gnu.org/ and following the instruction as provided by GNU.
7.6.2. Now copy the gnumake.exe from c: \gnu to c: \mksnt\mksnt.

7.7. Set the Required Paths

7.7.1. Right Click the “My Computer” icon on the desktop and choose “Properties” from the
popup menu. Click the “Advanced” tab and then “Environment Variables” . Double
Click the “Path” variable and add the following before %system% and %system32%;

—>c: \mksnt\mksnt;c: \gnu.

7.8. Startup Installation

7.8.1. Open the MS DOS Prompt and goto the Rapidwiz directory
7.8.2. Run the following cmd file to start the installation wizward,
E: \Stage11i\ redCD\Disk1\ rapidwiz> rapidwiz.cmd
7.8.3. This will initiate the installation wizard.
7.8.4. Once the installation completes reboot the system.
Note: As the installation steps/ screens are already covered in the above demonstration of installation on Linux so will not be covered. The only difference is the paths so on the installation screen provide the windows paths.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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