Sunday, 25 September 2011

Installation Oracle WebCenter Suite11g

How to install Oracle WebCenter Suite 11G PS3 (11.1.1.4.0). When you install Oracle WebCenter, following components are installed with WebCenter:-

  • Oracle WebCenter Framework (Automatically installed)
  • Oracle WebCenter Space (Optional to install)
  • Oracle Portlet Producer(Optional to install)
  • Oracle WebCenter Discussion Server(Optional to install)
  • Oracle WebCenter Pagelet Producer(Optional to install)
  • Oracle WebCenter Analytics Collector(Optional to install)
  • Oracle WebCenter Activity Graph Engines(Optional to install)
  • Oracle WebCenter Personalization(Optional to install)
This installation does not include installation and configuration of other Oracle WebCenter services like Content Server, Communication Server, BPEL Server etc.
It is assumed that reader has some basic knowledge  of Oracle Weblogic Server 11G.
Pre-requisites
1.       System must have minimum of 4GB RAM
2.       Oracle Database 10g (10.2.0.4 or later) OR 11G (11.1.0.7.0 or later) (Required before RCU Schema Creation)
3.       Oracle Weblogic 11GR1 (Required before WebCenter Installation)
Software Required
1.       Oracle Repository Creation Utility (RCU) 11G (11.1.1.4.0)
2.       Oracle WebCenter Suite 11G R1 PS3 (11.1.1.4.0)
Installation Steps
Installation of Oracle WebCenter consists of following three parts:-
Part1: Creating the schemas for Oracle WebCenter
Part2: Installing the Oracle WebCenter
Part3: Configuring the Oracle WebCenter
Part1: Creating the schemas for Oracle WebCenter
Oracle WebCenter requires that certain schemas exist in the database prior to installation. You must run RCU to create the schemas in the database. Follow the instructions below to create the schemas:
1.       Before running RCU, change the number of process running and process cursor to 500 and restart the Oracle DB Service.
alter system set processes=500 scope=spfile;
alter system set process_cursor=500;
2.       Go to rcuHome\BIN directory and click rcu.bat. Make sure that JAVA_HOME or JRE_HOME is set in your classpath.
3.       Welcome screen
Click Next.
Welcome
4.       Create Repository Screen
Click Next.
Create Repository Screen
5.       Database Connection Screen
Enter the Oracle database details and click Next.
Database Connection Screen
A “Checking Prerequisites” screen will appear.  Click OK to proceed next.Checking Prerequisites
6.       Select Components Screen
Enter  prefix in Create a New Prefix textbox. Select WebCenter  Suite from the component list.
Select Components Screen
Click Next. A “Checking Prerequisites” screen will appear. Click OK to proceed next.
Checking Prerequisites
7.       Schema Passwords Screen
select Use same password for all schemas and enter password. Click Next.
Schema Passwords Screen
8.       Custom Variables Screen
Click Next.
Custom Variables Screen
9.       Map Tablespaces Screen
Click Next.
Map Tablespaces Screen
A “Creating Tablespaces” screen will appear.  Click Next again.
Creating Tablespaces
10.       Summary Screen
Summary Screen
Click Create. A “CREATE” screen will appear. Click Ok.
CREATE Screen
11.       Completion Summary Screen
Click Close.
Completion Summary Screen
Part2: Installing Oracle WebCenter
Unpack the installation zip file into any directory. To start the installer, go to the directory and switch to the Disk1 directory. Click setup.exe. Perform the following steps:-
  1. A command window will be open that will ask JDK/JRE home location.

2.       Welcome Screen
Click Next.WebCenter Welcome Screen
3.       Install Software Updates Screen
Select Skip Software Updates and click Next.
Install Software Updates Screen
4.       Prerequisite Checks Screen
After the prerequisite checking is complete with no errors, click Next.
Prerequisite Checks Screen
5.       Specify Installation Location Screen
Oracle Middleware Home: Specify the location where Weblogic Server was installed.
Oracle Home Directory: Specify the directory name,  it will be created inside the Oracle Middleware Home.
Click Next.
Installation Location
6.       Application Server Screen
Select Weblogic Server and click Next.
Application Server Screen
7.       Installation Summary Screen
Click Install.
"Installation Summary Screen
8.       Installation Progress Screen
Click Next when the installation is 100% complete.
Installation Progress Screen
9.       Installation Complete Screen
Click Finish.
Installation Complet Screen
Part3: Configuring the Oracle WebCenter
After you have successfully run the installer, you can configure your Oracle WebCenter components by running the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard.
1.       Start the Configuration Wizard from the WeblogicĂ Tools option.
2.       Welcome Screen
Select Create a new Weblogic domain and click Next.
Welcome Screen
3.       Domain Source Screen
Select the following products:-
a.       Oracle WebCenter Spaces -11.1.1.0
b.      Oracle Portlet Producers – 11.1.1.0
c.       Oracle WebCenter Discussion Server – 11.1.1.0
d.      Oracle WebCenter ActivityGraph Engines – 11.1.1.0
e.      Oracle WebCenter Personalization – 11.1.1.0
f.        Oracle WebCenter Pagelet Producer – 11.1.1.0

Click Next.
Component Screen
4.       Domain Name and Location Screen
Enter the domain name for example webcenter_domain  with default locations. Click Next.
Domain Name & Location

5.       Configure Administrator Username and Password Screen
Enter the user name and password. This user will be domain administrator. Click Next.
Administrator User Name and Password
6.       Configure Server Start Mode and JDK Screen
Select the Startup Mode and JDK. Click Next.
Configuring Server startup Mode


7.       Configure JDBC Component Schema Screen
Configure the schema information for each data source listed on this screen. When you make changes to any field on this screen, the changes are applied to selected data sources only. For fields that are common with all data sources (for example, all data sources reside on the same database), you should select all of the data sources and make your changes. The changes are saved automatically as you type.
After all of the information that is common to all data sources has been specified, then you will need to select individual or smaller groups of data sources and enter information that is specific to them (for example, the schema owner).
Click Next.
Configuring JDBC

8.       Test Component Schema Screen
Verify that the connections to your data sources are successful.
Click Next.
Test JDBC Connection


9.       Select Optional Configuration Screen
Do not select anything on this screen.
Click Next.
Optional Configuration Setting
10.       Configuration Summary
Verify the information and click Create.
Verify the Installation

11.       Creating Domain Screen
When the domain has been successfully created, click Done.
CreateWhen you create a WebCenter domain, 1 admin server (running on default port 7001) and following Managed Servers will be created:-
Server Default Port Application(s)/Component(s)
AdminServer(admin) 7001 1.       Admin Console Application
WC_Spaces 8888 2.       Oracle WebCenter Spaces.
WC_Portlet 8889 1.       Oracle WebCenter Portlets2.       Oracle Pagelet Producer
WC_Collaboration 8890 1.       Oracle WebCenter Discussions Server
WC_Utilities 8891 1.       Oracle WebCenter Activity Graph2.       Oracle WebCenter Analytics Collector 3.       Oracle WebCenter Personalization server
Installation Verification
1.       Run the admin Server
DOMAIN_HOME\startWebLogic.cmd
2. Run all the managed servers
DOMAIN_HOME\bin\startManagedServer.cmd <Server-Name>
For example
DOMAIN_HOME\bin\startManagedServer.cmd WC_Spaces
DOMAIN_HOME\bin\startManagedServer.cmd WC_Portlet
DOMAIN_HOME\bin\startManagedServer.cmd WC_Collaboration
DOMAIN_HOME\bin\startManagedServer.cmd WC_Utilities
3.       Start the browser and access the following URLs:- ·
  • To access the Administration Server:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:7001
  • To access the Administration Server console: http://<Server-Host-Name>:7001/console
  • To access Enterprise Manager:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:7001/em
  • To access WebCenter Spaces:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:8888/webcenter
  • To access WebCenter Pagelet Producer:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:8891/welcome
  • To access WebCenter Analytics, Activity Graph and Personalization Server:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:8891/activitygraph-engines
  • To access WebCenter Activity Graph: http://<Server-Host-Name>:8891/activitygraph-engines/Login.jsp
  • To access WebCenter Personalization Server: http://<Server-Host-Name>:8891/wcps/api/property/resourceIndex
  • To access WebCenter Rich Text Portlet:http://<Server-Host-Name>:8889/richtextportlet/
  • To access WebCenter WSRP Tools:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:8889/wsrp-tools/
  • To access Pagelet Producer: http://<Server-Host-Name>:8889/pageletadmin/login/loginpage.jspx
  • To access WebCenter OmniPortlet and Web Clipping Portlets:  http://<Server-Host-Name>:8889/portalTools/
  • To access WebCenter Discussions: http://<Server-Host-Name>:8890/owc_discussions
Where you <Server-Host-Name> is your machine name or IP address where you installed WebCenter.
References
Installation Guide:  http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E17904_01/install.1111/e12001/toc.htm
Quick Installation Guide: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E17904_01/install.1111/e10146/toc.htm

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