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BI Publisher 11g Installation on Linux

BI Publisher 11g Installation on Linux

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This Doc helps in installing BI Publisher in a VM
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BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux

When you think of installing the BI Publisher 11g, you must think if you want to install installing the OBIEE Server and the OBIEE Client as well. To understand better the OBIEE architecture you must understand the usage and creation of the OBIEE repository (if you will use OBIEE as well). In this article I will show how the BI Publisher 11g is installed on a Linux (Centos) box. At this point we have: - the Oracle 11g database already installed - the schemas needed for the BI Publisher are already created. Here you can see how the rcu (Repository Creation Utility) is used to create the OBIEE schemas. Notes: - the 11g BI Publisher installation is done on Linux (Centos 5.4) - the BI Publisher version is 11.1.1.5 Here is the link used for downloading the OBIEE server and BI Publisher installation software: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/bi-enterpriseedition/downloads/index.html

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Oracle Business Intelligence Downloads From this link I have chosen the 11g version. So, if you want to download it, click on it !

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Oracle Business Intelligence 11.1.1.x Downloads Choose the version you want (generally the latest), accept the installation and then click on the "All Supported Platforms" under the "Oracle Business Intelligence 11g (11.1.1.5.0)". This is my case, but you can choose the other one.

however this is not generally done on a production server.BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Oracle Business Intelligence files download From this list I will chose the files related to Linux x86-64-bit (this is my case). . For sure. if you can. you could download the zip files directly on the Linux server. At the end of the download you will have the following 6 files downloaded: BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: files to be downloaded Now the files must be copied on Linux server.

/runInstaller . I will copy the zip files to the Linux server in the obiee-server-11. Generally.1.1.1. for production environment we have a stage directory.1.5 cd bishiphome cd Disk1 .So.5 directory situated on the desktop. Here we unzip the OBIEE installation files (which include BI Publisher software) and we get the bishiphome directory like in the image below: BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: bishiphome directory Now we have just to run the Installer and to install the BI Publisher (and OBIEE server if you want) on our Linux box: cd /home/oracle/Desktop/obiee-server-11.

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: runInstaller The following screen will appear: .

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Welcome Here we have nothing to do. Just take a look to the screen and press "Next". The following screen will appear: .

The following screen will appear during the installation of the OBIEE server: .BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Install Software Updates Here I will choose "Skip Software Updates" and I will press on "Next".

The following screen will appear during the installation of the BI Publisher server: .BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Select Installation Type Here I will choose "Enterprise Install" and after that I will click on "Next".

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Prerequisite Checks Click on "Next". The following screen will appear: .

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Create New BI System Enter the admin user for the OBIEE server and the password for it. The following screen will appear: . After that click on "Next".

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Specify Installation Location After specifying the installation location click on "Next". .

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Configure Components In this screen I will choose to install OBIEE server ("Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition") and also Business Intelligence Publisher. (You can choose only the BI Publisher !!!) Click on "Next". .

. BIPLATFORM schema and the password were defined before the BI Publisher & OBIEE server installation. Click on "Next".BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: BIPLATFORM Schema Here you have to choose the connection information to the BIPLATFORM schema. Here is an article showing how to create the OBIEE schemas using Oracle RCU.

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: MDS Schema Here you have to choose the connection information to the MDS schema. . MDS schema and the password were defined before the BI Publisher & OBIEE server installation. Here is an article showing how to create the OBIEE schemas using Oracle RCU. Click on "Next".

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Configure Ports In this figure you can see that I have chosen "Auto Port Configuration". Click on "Next". .

Click on "Yes".BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Specify Security Updates Disable any security updates and click on "Next". BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Message The following screen will appear: . The following message will appear.

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Summary Click on "Install" button and take a look at the BI Publisher & OBIEE server installation and configuration progress: .

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Installation Progress .

you will see: .BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Configuration Progress When the installation and configuration will be done.

BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Configuration Progress Done Click on "Next" button. .

Create New BI System Installation Details Middleware Home: /u01/oracle/obiee_home BI Oracle Home: /u01/oracle/obiee_home/Oracle_BI1 WebLogic Server Home: /u01/oracle/obiee_home/wlserver_10. This can be done by clicking on the "Save" button. it's a good idea to save the installation information. Here is an example of such a file: Type: Enterprise Install .3 BI Domain Home: /u01/oracle/obiee_home/user_projects/domains/bifoundation_domain BI Domain Name: bifoundation_domain Instance Home: /u01/oracle/obiee_home/instances/instance1 Instance Name: instance1 Configure Components WebLogic Console http://linux.mydomain:7001/console Oracle Enterprise Manager http://linux.BI Publisher 11g installation on Linux: Complete On this screen.mydomain:7001/em Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition .

One time this file is saved we can click on "Finish". Enjoy BI Publisher ! .mydomain:9704/xmlpserver This information is good to keep it saved. The installation is done and we can connect to the Business Intelligence Publisher.mydomain:9704/analytics Business Intelligence Publisher http://linux.http://linux.

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