Fusion Applications

:
Installation and Administration

Student Guide
D71583GC10
Edition 1.0
March 2012
D74733
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Author
Shankar Raman
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Contents




1 Introduction to Fusion Applications
Objectives 1-2
Target Audience 1-3
Course Objectives 1-4
Course Agenda 1-5
Course Practice Environment 1-6
Oracle Fusion Applications: Overview 1-7
Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture 1-8
Product Hierarchy 1-9
Unified and Integrated Data Model 1-10
Unified Business Logic and User Context 1-11
Role-Based and Embedded Help 1-12
Responsive to Business Events 1-13
Embedded Business Intelligence 1-14
Applications Management 1-15
Oracle Fusion Applications Adoption Options 1-16
Implementation Tasks 1-18
Summary 1-20

2 Oracle Fusion Middleware Components: Overview
Objectives 2-2
Oracle Fusion Middleware Components 2-4
Oracle WebLogic Server: Recap 2-7
Oracle WebLogic Server Domain 2-8
Administration Server 2-10
Managed Server 2-11
Node Manager 2-12
Machine 2-14
Clusters 2-15
WebLogic Domain Considerations 2-16
WLST 2-17
Online and Offline Modes 2-19
WLST Versus the Administration Console 2-20
Basic Management of Application 2-21
WLST Navigation 2-22
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Management Using WLST 2-23
Oracle Identity Management Environment 2-24
Identity Management Environment 2-25
Installing the Software 2-26
Configuring Directory Services 2-27
Configuring OID and OVD Instances 2-28
Configuring Identity Entries for Fusion Applications 2-29
Configuring OVD Adapters 2-30
Load Seeded Fusion Users 2-31
Configure Oracle Identity Manager Components 2-32
Configure Oracle Identity Manager 2-33
OIM Configuration: Sync Users and Roles 2-34
Install Oracle HTTP Server Components 2-35
Considerations When Installing Oracle HTTP Server 2-36
Installing and Configuring Oracle HTTP Server 2-37
Configure Oracle Access Manager 11g 2-38
Configure Fusion Applications with Identity Management 2-39
Adding Super User in LDAP 2-40
Removing LDAP Entries for Reinstallation 2-41
Scripts Used in Practices 2-42
Summary 2-43

3 Provisioning Overview
Objective 3-2
Oracle Fusion Applications Product: Overview 3-3
Recap of Implementation Tasks 3-4
Product Families 3-5
Oracle Fusion Application Product Families 3-6
Product Offerings and Provisioning Configurations 3-8
Decide on the Topology 3-9
Resource Considerations 3-10
Fusion Application Provisioning 3-11
Typical Stages 3-12
Fusion Applications Installation Media 3-13
Staging Installation Media 3-14
Provisioning Repository 3-15
Identity Management Environment 3-16
Applications Transaction Database 3-17
Database Creation Using Provisioning Wizard 3-18
Using RCU to Create the Repository 3-19
Summary 3-20
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4 Installing a Database for Application Transactions
Objectives 4-2
Installing Transaction Database Overview 4-3
Installing and Creating a Transaction Database 4-4
Required Database Parameters 4-5
Configuring the Database by Using the Provisioning Wizard 4-7
Specifying the Database Configuration in the Provisioning Wizard 4-8
Database Installation Log File 4-9
Applications RCU 4-10
Configuring Schema by Using Applications the RCU 4-11
Schema Cleanup Feature 4-12
Using the Command Line Interface 4-13
Summary 4-14

5 Creating Provisioning Plans
Objectives 5-2
Introduction to Provisioning Plans 5-3
Product Offerings 5-4
Installation Options and Security Updates 5-5
Provisioning Configuration 5-6
Plan Description 5-7
Installation Locations 5-8
Installation Location 5-9
System Port Allocation 5-10
Database Configuration 5-11
Schema Password 5-12
Domain Topology Configuration 5-13
Common Domain 5-14
Product Family Domains 5-15
Web Tier Configuration 5-16
Web Proxy Configuration 5-17
Identity Management Configuration 5-18
Access Manager Properties 5-21
Access Management Configuration 5-22
Oracle Identity Management Database Configuration Parameters 5-24
Business Intelligence Configuration 5-25
Updating an Existing Plan 5-26
Summary 5-27

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6 Provisioning a New Environment
Objectives 6-2
Provisioning Phases 6-3
Types of Hosts 6-5
Provisioning a New Environment 6-6
Folder Hierarchy 6-7
Viewing Provisioning Status 6-8
Prerequisite Verify (Preverify) Phase 6-9
Preverify: Error Handling 6-10
Installation Phase 6-11
Install Phase: Resultant Directory Structure 6-12
Preconfiguration Phase 6-13
Preconfiguration: LDAP Entries 6-14
Configure Phase 6-15
Configure Phase: Domains Folder 6-16
Configure Secondary 6-17
Postconfigure Phase 6-18
Startup Phase 6-19
Validation Phase 6-20
Provisioning Complete 6-21
Log and Error Messages 6-22
Recovery After Failure 6-23
Retry Preconfigure: Example 6-25
Functional Setup Manager 6-32
Benefits of Functional Setup Manager 6-33
Functional Setup Manager: Usage 6-34
Administration Tasks 6-35
Summary 6-37

7 Basic Administration
Objectives 7-2
Basic Administration Tasks 7-3
Administration Tools 7-4
Enterprise Manager Products in Fusion Applications 7-6
Fusion Applications Control 7-7
Fusion Applications Control Technical Architecture 7-8
Fusion Applications Control 7-9
Uses of Fusion Application Control 7-10
Fusion Applications Control: Farm 7-11
Fusion Applications Control: Online Help 7-12
Tools Used for Start / Stop 7-13
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Order of Starting Fusion Applications Environment 7-14
Starting Transaction Database 7-15
Preliminary Database Management 7-16
Start Identity Management Environment 7-17
Starting Oracle HTTP Server and BI Processes 7-18
Starting WLS Servers 7-19
Stopping Order 7-20
The fastartstop Utility 7-21
SetupDetails.xml 7-22
Using fastartstop 7-23
Starting / Stopping by Using Fusion Applications Control 7-24
Starting / Stopping Web Tier Components 7-25
Viewing Log Messages 7-26
WebLogic Server Administration Console 7-27
Viewing Ports 7-28
Summary 7-29

8 Monitoring Applications
Objectives 8-2
Fusion Applications Control 8-3
Monitoring Product Families and Products 8-4
Product Family Page: Sections 8-5
Product Family Page: Topology Section 8-6
Product Family Page: Enterprise Scheduler Section 8-7
Product Page 8-8
Monitoring Business Performance Metrics for a Product 8-9
Managing the Display of Key Performance Indicators 8-10
Topology Viewer 8-11
Cluster Home Page 8-12
Applications and Infrastructure Page 8-13
Application Performance Monitoring 8-14
Key Performance Indicators 8-15
Detailed Monitoring 8-16
Application Performance Monitoring 8-17
Technology Stack Monitoring 8-18
Summary 8-19
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Introduction to Fusion Applications
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 2
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to describe the
following:
• The outline of the Fusion Applications: Installation and
Administration course
• Oracle Fusion Applications architecture overview
• The features and benefits of Oracle Fusion Applications
• The Oracle Fusion Middleware components used in Oracle
Fusion Applications
• Path to implement Oracle Fusion Applications
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If you are concerned about whether your experience fulfills the course prerequisites, ask the
instructor.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 3
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Target Audience
• This course is for:
– Technical Stack Administrators
– Implementation Managers
– Application Architects
• Prerequisite skills include:
– Experience of Oracle WebLogic Server Administration
– Basic knowledge of the system
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Course Objectives
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
• Plan for installing Oracle Fusion Applications
• Prepare a provisioning plan by using the provisioning tool
• Install and configure an Oracle Database for applications
transactions
• Install, deploy, and configure Oracle Fusion Applications
• Apply patches in the Oracle Fusion Applications
environment
• Perform lifecycle operations such as start/stop Oracle
Fusion Application environment and components
• Describe backup and recovery considerations
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 5
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Course Agenda
Day Lesson
No.
Lesson Name
1 1 Introduction to Oracle Fusion Applications
2 Oracle Fusion Middleware Components: Overview
3 Provisioning Overview
2 4 Installing a Database for Application Transactions
5 Creating Provisioning Plans
3 6 Provisioning a New Environment
7 Basic Administration
4 8 Monitoring Applications
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In this course, the following environment is used:
• There will be a number of environments in the class.
• Each environment comprises three Oracle VM instances.
• Participants provision the database, and Oracle Fusion Customer Data Hub application
in each environment.
• Identity Management is preconfigured in each environment.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 6
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A Practice Environment
OVM – idm01 OVM – db01
OVM – host01
Course Practice Environment
Machine / Tier CPU Memory Disk Machine
Applications and Middleware 2 CPU with 6 core 96 GB 350 GB Oracle VM
Database Tier 2 CPU with 6 core 16 GB 150 GB Oracle VM
Identity Mgmt 2 CPU with 2 core 16 GB 100 GB Oracle VM
Applications
and Middleware
Web Tier
Database Identity
Management
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Oracle Fusion Applications are standards-based business applications that provide a new
standard for the way businesses innovate, work, and adopt technology. Oracle Fusion
Applications are designed by using the latest technology advances and incorporating the best
practices gathered from thousands of customers of Oracle.
Delivered as a complete suite of modular, service-enabled enterprise applications, Oracle
Fusion Applications work together with Oracle's Applications Unlimited portfolio to evolve
business to a new level of performance. Whether it is one module, a product family, or the
entire suite, Oracle provides a complete choice to leverage the advances pioneered by Oracle
Fusion Applications at a pace that matches individual business needs.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 7
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Oracle Fusion Applications: Overview
Oracle Fusion Applications:
• Is a unified suite of business applications
• Is designed to unify personal and enterprise processes
– Unification of transactional, SOA and business processes,
business intelligence, and collaborative technologies
• Is delivered as a suite, but can also be adopted modularly
– Can be adopted as a single suite, or as individual pillars or
solutions sets coexisting with application product lines
• Adds functional value to the existing and new customers
– Installed on demand (for example, Unified Global Payroll
module)
– Competitive differentiation (for example, Distributed Order
Orchestration)
– Revenue generation (for example, Sales Territory
Management)
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Oracle Fusion Applications is a unified collection of business applications. All the product
families of Oracle Fusion Applications are deployed as Java EE applications to Oracle
WebLogic Servers. The entire environment including the transaction data, user identity and
access management, application deployment and administration, user interfaces, help menu,
and so on is unified.
All the applications use the same Database and Fusion Middleware infrastructure such as
SOA, Secure Enterprise Search, Universal Content Management, Enterprise Scheduler, and
so on.
The Oracle Fusion Applications product family is based on a common Oracle Fusion
Applications data model and services. Product families contain one or more Java EE
applications that are specific to Oracle Fusion Applications and deployed to Oracle WebLogic
Server.
The Fusion Middleware infrastructure consists of the Fusion Middleware product suites and
components such as Oracle SOA, Oracle Data Integration, Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle
Content Management, Oracle Identity Management infrastructure, and so on. These
components are discussed later in the course.
The shared infrastructure enables Oracle Fusion Applications to provide some valuable
benefits to the enterprises.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 8
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Fusion Application Product Families
Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture
Oracle Database
Applications
Schema
Middleware
Schema
Customer
Relations
Management
Governance
Risk and
Compliance
Human Capital
Management
Financial
Management
Project
Procurement
Supply Chain
Management
Setup
Database
Control
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Infrastructure
for Fusion Applications
Oracle Identity
Management
for Fusion Applications
Fusion
Applications
Control
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The following hierarchy is used in implementing Oracle Fusion Applications:
• An offering is the highest grouping of business functionality that can be implemented
and stand on its own. It includes foundation functionality and configurable options and
features to fine-tune the business processes. An offering provides a comprehensive list
of all setup tasks required to enable business functionality. It includes all transactional
tasks, J2EE applications, and business objects. For example, Procurement is an
offering.
• Options are the next level grouping of business functionality that can be optionally
implemented. They often represent licensable functionality. Selections of options modify
the setup task list and can affect the UIs. For example, Payables and Procurement
Contracts are options for the Procurement offering.
• Features are the lowest level grouping of business functionality that enables fine tuning
of business functionality. Selections of features modify the setup task list and can affect
the user interfaces.
• An implementation project is a high-level container of all the setup tasks to enable
business functionality. It defines the scope of what the user wants to implement and
includes one or more offerings, task lists, or tasks. The scope sets the context of the
task lists and for export and import.
For more information, see Oracle Fusion Applications Information Technology Management,
Implement Applications Guide.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 9
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Product Hierarchy
Offering (Procurement)
Option
(Procurement
Contract)
Feature:
Option
(Payables)
Feature:
Feature:
Feature:
Feature:
Feature:
Implementation
Project
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Oracle Fusion Applications contain a unified data model that supports all the product
offerings. You can consider it as a union of all the data sets used in Oracle Applications
Unlimited paradigm. This unification enables you to easily adopt Oracle Fusion Applications in
an environment that is currently using any of the Oracle Applications Unlimited products, such
as Oracle EBusiness Suite, Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards.
You can implement the data both in a unified or specific product family–based approach.
Each product family has the same model and it is consistent across all the product families.
• Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is largely based on EBS (Finance, HR, Projects,
Procurement, and so on).
• Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is largely based on Siebel.
• Data features such as SetID, Trees, Effective Date (EFFDT) are based on PeopleSoft
and flexfields are based on EBS applications.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 10
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Unified and Integrated Data Model
• Unified superset data model of
entities and attributes
• Cross-application schema
unification: person, Business
Unit, tax
• Foundation: currency, calendar,
effective date
• Flexible data hierarchy
management: trees
• Optimal data striping: SetID
• Data extensibility: flexfields,
trees, tables, rules, processes
• Seed data: customizable by
industry, locale
• Unifies PeopleSoft, E-Business
Suite, Siebel, JD Edwards
Visual Schema Designer
Transactional Tables
Reporting & Analytic Views
Application Metadata
Application Seed Data
Industry & Locale Specialization
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The interface pages are made up of components from different sources yet providing a
consistent, unified, and in-context user experience.
Such a unification of business logic and context enables you to easily configure pages and
add components from multiple sources, while maintaining a consistent and unified user
experience.
The implementation projects automatically create group spaces. The project members get
automatic access to all the services such as wiki pages, discussions, messages, documents,
and RSS feeds.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 11
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Unified Business Logic and User Context
• Built-in user communities and workspace
• Built-in Web 2.0 information distribution
• Built-in presence and communications
• Embedded social computing to improve
collaborative work
• Exploit social computing to transform
business (for example, CRM, Portfolio
Mgmt, HR)
Transaction DB
JSF Presentation Layer
Business Logic (Model)
Data Binding
Business Metadata Dictionary
MSFT.NET Proxy
Email
(Outlook, Notes)
Mobile MSFT Office
Browser
(AJAX, Flash)
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You can access help through a standard search engine. The help is consistent across all the
components and product families. Help is contextual and role based. You can customize the
help.
Help portal is available on the Internet.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 12
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Role-Based and Embedded Help
Contextual Help
Broader Search Across
Entire Business Process
Link to Help Portal
Customizable User
Assistance
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Oracle Fusion Applications are event-enabled, meaning all actions generate business events
that can be subscribed to and acted upon by using SOA. For example, the different stages of
a new employee joining an organization are all configured as events in Oracle Fusion Human
Capital Management application.
A Fusion application deployment may include multiple SOA engines. However, the Fusion
application work list is unified. Fusion application is capable of displaying federated work list
items from multiple SOA instances.
All business processes are configurable by using a rich set of tools, allowing you to make
modifications easily.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 13
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Process
Optimization
Business Activity
Monitoring
Notifications
and Actions
Application
UI (Embedded)
Internal Business Events
Event Distribution Network (EDN) Business Events
Enterprise Service Bus
Complex Event Processor
Business Rules and Analytics
Dynamic Process Change
Responsive to Business Events
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This slide highlights the Common RPD (Repository Project Design) across all BI products. For
Fusion, a new feature called Oracle Transactional BI (OTBI) is provided that allows the use of
not only SQL data sources but also of object data sources. The transactional BI feature
standardizes the BI access to transactional data—designed by the developer. This implies
that BI analysis can be performed on transactional data rather than wait for data to be pushed
to data warehouse.
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Embedded Business Intelligence
Data Warehouse
BI Dashboards and
Scorecards
Application UI
(Embedded BI)
MSFT Excel, PPT
Mobile and
Gadgets
Common Query and Report Catalog
Personalized Dashboards (Saved Searches and KPIs)
Essbase Transaction DB OTBI/Ad hoc Reporting
Common Analytic Semantics
(Facts, Dimensions, Calculations)
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Oracle Fusion Applications Control is available for administering the product family and
products of Oracle Fusion Applications.
Oracle Fusion Applications Control provides you with the performance and diagnostic metrics
for the technical stack (database, middleware, operating system, and so on). More
importantly, it presents a new Applications-centric view of metrics, which allows you to drill
down from business process issues into the technical stack.
• For example: If business process for order management is running slow, you can drill
down different layers of the application including database layer.
Applications Control also has a number of features that allow you to automate several
maintenance tasks.
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Applications Management
Databases
Fusion Middleware
Fusion Applications
Operating Systems
Real Operations Insight
Service Level Management
Diagnostics
Monitoring
Enterprise Manager
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Oracle Fusion Applications can also be implemented in an environment that continues to run
the existing Applications Unlimited. You can implement Oracle Fusion Applications in small or
large steps, depending on your business needs.
• Stay on the current platform: You can stay on your current platform and evaluate the
latest Applications Unlimited releases for the value they bring to your business. Oracle
has delivered new capabilities in each new release of our Applications Unlimited product
families.
• Move incrementally: Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions provide the technology
foundation for both Applications Unlimited and Fusion Applications. If you are
implementing Oracle Fusion Middleware and staying current on Oracle Applications, you
are already on the path to Fusion.
- Solution-based add-ons: You can also adopt individual Fusion applications.
Fusion Applications are designed to co-exist with your current applications
environment, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of new capabilities and migrate
your applications architecture over time. For example:
Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration with Siebel Order Capture
Fusion Accounting Hub with EBS Financials
Fusion Talent Management with PeopleSoft HR
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Oracle Fusion Applications Adoption Options
• Evaluate the latest Applications Unlimited releases for the
value they would add to your business
• Move to Fusion step-by-step with solution-based add-ons
or through pillar-based adoption
Embrace The Complete Suite
• Deploy the comprehensive suite of Fusion Applications
ERP, CRM, HCM, and SCM products
Leverage Co-Existence Opportunities
Continue On Your Current Path
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• Pillar-based adoption/upgrade: If and when you are ready, you can upgrade to Fusion
Applications. Upgrades can be done by pillar (that is, HCM, Financials, SCM, or CRM)
or a global single instance similar to the approach currently used in Oracle Application
suite of products.
• Embrace the complete suite: Deploy everything new by using the Oracle Fusion
Applications.
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The following is a broad list of tasks to be performed in implementing Oracle Fusion
Applications:
• Task 1: Complete planning requirements: Determine your installation options and
ensure that your system environment meets the general installation requirements for
Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware components.
• Task 2: Install Oracle Fusion Applications: Provisioning is the entire set of operations
required to install, configure, and deploy applications product offerings.
• Task 3: Apply patches: It is necessary to perform various maintenance actions on your
applications, their middleware dependencies, and their database components.
Maintenance actions include fixing issues that affect the way the applications perform,
adding new functionality and features, updating to a higher maintenance level, or
providing interoperability to new technology stacks. Patches may be required for
maintenance of middleware artifacts, database artifacts, or both.
• Task 4: Manage the Oracle Fusion Applications environment: Administer the Oracle
Fusion Applications environment by starting servers, managing ports, monitoring
performance, configuring components, managing logs, backing up and recovering your
environment, and managing incidents.
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Implementation Tasks
• Complete planning requirements
• Install Oracle Fusion Applications
• Apply patches
• Manage the Oracle Fusion Applications environment
• Complete functional setup
• Implement customizations to Oracle Fusion Applications
• Configure security
• Configure for an enterprise deployment
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• Task 5: Complete functional setup: At the end of the installation process, the Oracle
Fusion Applications system is operational and available for login. Depending on the
resources available, you may decide to implement different product offerings you have
provisioned in a gradual manner. So to effectively implement and use the Fusion
Applications, you may need to use the Functional Setup Manager and implement the
adoption schedule.
• Task 6: Implement customizations to Oracle Fusion Applications: Implement customer-
specific modifications.
• Task 7: Configure security: Secure Oracle Fusion Applications by reviewing the security
reference implementation of predefined roles, policies, and settings. Manage roles and
manage user access through role provisioning.
• Task 8: Configure for an enterprise deployment: Apply Oracle-recommended blueprints
to product families to ensure security of all invocations, maximize hardware resources,
and provide a reliable, standards-compliant system for enterprise computing with a
variety of applications.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 1 - 20
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Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned about the following:
• The outline of Fusion Applications: Installation and
Administration
• Oracle Fusion Applications architecture overview
• The benefits and features of Oracle Fusion Applications
• The Oracle Fusion Middleware components used in Oracle
Fusion Applications
• Path to implement Oracle Fusion Applications
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Oracle Fusion Middleware Components:
Overview
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 2
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Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Describe the main Oracle Fusion Middleware components
used in Oracle Fusion Applications
• Describe the administration concepts in Oracle WebLogic
Server
• Describe the components of the Identity Management
environment for Oracle Fusion Applications
• Use the precreated scripts to start and stop the Identity
Management environment
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 3
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Objectives
• Describe the configuration of the Identity Management
environment for Oracle Fusion Applications
• Install and configure Identity Management components
such as:
– Oracle Internet Directory
– Oracle Virtual Directory
– Oracle Identity Manager
– Oracle Access Manager
• Start and stop Identity Management components
• Configure the super user in the the LDAP repository
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Each Oracle Fusion Applications product family is based on a common Oracle Fusion
Applications data model and services. Product families contain one or more Java EE
applications that are specific to Oracle Fusion Applications and deployed to Oracle WebLogic
Server.
Oracle WebLogic Server
• Oracle Fusion Applications are deployed to an Oracle WebLogic Server domain in the
Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack. Oracle WebLogic Server is an enterprise-
ready Java application server that supports the deployment of many types of distributed
applications in a robust, secure, highly available, and scalable environment. Oracle
WebLogic Server is an ideal foundation for building and deploying enterprise Java EE
applications based on service-oriented architecture (SOA).
Oracle SOA
• SOA provides an enterprise architecture that supports building connected enterprise
applications to provide solutions to business problems. SOA uses orchestration
technology to assemble various services to provide comprehensive functionality. Oracle
Fusion Applications provide their functionality in the form of web services. Oracle
Business Process Management is used to assemble these web services to provide end-
to-end functionality.
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Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Fusion Application Product Family
Oracle Fusion Middleware Components
App. Dev.
Framework
Content
Management
Identity
Management
WebCenter
Business
Intelligence
WSM Policy
Manager
Data Integrator
HTTP Server
SOA and BPM
Crawl and Search
Communication
Services
Extensions for
Applications
Oracle Database
Applications
Schema
Middleware
Schema
Fusion
Applications
Control
Customer
Relationship
Management
Governance
Risk and
Compliance
Human Capital
Management
Financial
Management
Project
Procurement
Supply Chain
Management
Functional
Setup Manager
Database
Control
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Oracle Identity Management
• Oracle Identity Management system can automatically manage user access privileges
across all resources in an enterprise. It provides a shared infrastructure for all
applications and manages the entire identity management life cycle; from initial creation
of access privileges to dynamically adapting to changes in enterprise business
requirements. It also provides services and interfaces that facilitate third-party enterprise
application development. These interfaces are useful for application developers who
must incorporate identity management into applications.
Oracle WebCenter
• Oracle WebCenter contains an integrated set of components for building social
applications, enterprise portals, collaborative communities or social sites, and composite
applications. Oracle Fusion Applications leverages the Enterprises 2.0 capabilities, such
as collaboration, presence, and social networking capabilities.
Oracle Business Intelligence
• Oracle Business Intelligence (Oracle BI) offers a complete, integrated solution that
generates and delivers analyses for Oracle Fusion Applications. With integrated Oracle
Business Intelligence platform, Oracle Fusion Application facilitates easy analysis and
information delivery, including dashboards, ad hoc analysis, online analytical processing
(OLAP), predictive analytics, and enterprise reporting.
• You can access information through multiple channels, such as web-based user
interfaces, industry standard portals, mobile devices, and the Microsoft Office Suite of
applications. You can push information to users through notifications, or embed it within
business process workflows. Oracle Business Intelligence simplifies systems
deployment and management through integrated systems management capabilities.
Oracle HTTP Server
• Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) is a web server based on the Apache HTTP Server
infrastructure. It provides a web listener for applications and the framework for hosting
static and dynamic pages and applications over the web. Oracle HTTP Server includes
significant enhancements that facilitate load balancing, administration, and
configuration. Features such as single sign-on, clustered deployment, and high
availability enhance the operation of the Oracle HTTP Server.
Oracle WebGate
• Oracle WebGate is a plug-in to the Oracle HTTP Server. It is shipped out-of-the-box with
Oracle Access Manager. The Oracle WebGate intercepts HTTP requests from users for
web resources and forwards them to the Access Server for authentication and
authorization.
Oracle Web Services Manager Policy Manager
• Oracle Web Services Manager (Oracle WSM) provides a policy framework to manage
and secure web services consistently across your organization. The framework includes
the Oracle Web Services Manager Policy Manager (Oracle WSM Policy Manager) that
enables you to centrally define policies. It reads and writes the policies, including
predefined and custom policies, from the Oracle WSM Repository.
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Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite
• Oracle Fusion Application integrates Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite,
which features the following components:
- Oracle Universal Content Management enables you to leverage document
management, web content management, digital asset management, and records
retention functionality to build and complement your business applications.
- Oracle Inbound Refinery is a conversion server that manages file conversions for
electronic assets such as documents, digital images, and motion video. It also
provides thumbnail functionality for documents and images, story boarding for
video, and the ability to extract and use EXIF data from digital images and XMP
data from electronic files generated from programs such as Adobe Photoshop and
Adobe Illustrator.
- Oracle Imaging and Process Management provides organizations with a scalable
solution upon which to develop process-oriented imaging applications and image-
enablement solutions for enterprise applications.
Oracle Data Integrator
• Oracle Data Integrator is a comprehensive data integration platform and provides high-
volume, high-performance batch loads; event-driven, trickle-feed integration processes;
and SOA-enabled data services.
• Oracle Data Integrator is used to extract, load, and transform data for the Oracle Fusion
Application product families.
Oracle Secure Enterprise Search
• Oracle Secure Enterprise Search (Oracle SES) is the search engine for Oracle Fusion
Applications Search. It provides the fundamental search capability that includes
indexing, querying, and some value-added functionalities such as security.
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All the Fusion Applications products are deployed to WebLogic Server. Most of the common
product functions are grouped in WebLogic Server domains. This section provides a brief
outline of the concepts in Oracle WebLogic Server.
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Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Fusion Application Product Family
Oracle WebLogic Server: Recap
Oracle Database
Applications
Schema
Middleware
Schema
Fusion
Applications
Control
Customer
Relationship
Management
Governance
Risk and
Compliance
Human Capital
Management
Financial
Management
Project
Procurement
Supply Chain
Management
Functional
Setup Manager
Database
Control
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Oracle WebLogic Server domain is an administrative construct and contains a logically
related group of Oracle WebLogic Server resources that you manage as a unit (a single set of
configuration artifacts or resources).
Every WLS domain has a special server instance called the Administration Server. You
configure and manage all the resources in the domain by using the Administration Server.
Usually, you configure a domain to include additional server instances called Managed
Servers. You deploy web applications, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), web services, and other
resources onto the Managed Servers and use the Administration Server for configuration and
management purposes only.
These are the basic types of domains:
• Domain with Managed Servers: A production environment can consist of a domain
with several Managed Servers that host applications and an Administration Server to
perform management operations. In this configuration, applications and resources are
deployed to individual Managed Servers; similarly, a client that accesses the application
connects to one Managed Server.
• Stand-alone server domain: In a development or test environment, you may deploy a
simple domain, which consists of one server instance that acts as an Administration
Server and hosts the applications that you are developing.
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Domain
Oracle WebLogic Server Domain
Administration
Console
Administration
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You can organize domains based on the following criteria:
• Logical divisions of applications: For example, a domain devoted to end-user
functions, such as shopping carts, and another domain devoted to back-end accounting
applications
• Physical location: Domains for different locations or branches of your business
• Size: Domains organized in small units that can be managed more efficiently, perhaps
by different personnel
The configuration information for a domain is maintained in an Extensible Markup Language
(XML) file named config.xml, located in the config subdirectory of the domain’s root
directory.
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The Administration Server operates as the central control entity for the configuration of the
entire domain. It maintains the domain’s configuration documents and distributes the changes
in the configuration documents to Managed Servers. You can also use the Administration
Server as a central location from which to monitor all the resources in a domain.
To interact with the Administration Server, you can use the Web-based Administration
Console, the command-line WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), or create your own Java
Management Extensions (JMX) client. Each Oracle WebLogic Server domain must have one
server instance that acts as the Administration Server.
In each domain, one Oracle WebLogic Server instance acts as the Administration Server—the
server instance that configures, manages, and monitors all the other server instances and
resources in the domain. Each Administration Server manages only one domain. If a domain
contains multiple clusters, each cluster in the domain has the same Administration Server.
Mainly, the Administration Server does the following:
• Hosts the Administration Console
• Enables you to start and stop servers from a central location
• Enables you to migrate servers and services within the domain
• Enables you to deploy applications within the domain
• Maintains and distributes the master configuration files
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Administration Server
Administration
Server
Administration
Console
Logs
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A Managed Server is an Oracle WebLogic Server instance that retrieves its configuration data
from the domain’s Administration Server. Managed Servers host business applications,
application components, web services, and their associated resources. To optimize
performance, Managed Servers maintain a read-only copy of the domain’s configuration
document.
There can be multiple Managed Servers in a domain, but only one Administration Server.
Typically, you create and start server instances as Managed Servers to run your business
applications in a production environment. In this standard scenario, the server instance that
you start as the Administration Server does not run business applications. It only manages
resources in the domain. To improve reliability and performance, you can install the Oracle
WebLogic Server software on several computers and run the servers that you create on the
various Oracle WebLogic Server hosts.
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Managed Server
• The Managed Server:
– Is any server that is not the Administration Server
– Runs business applications in a production environment
• You can have as many Managed Servers in a domain as
you need. domain
machine machine
cluster
Admin server
server server
server
server
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Logs
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Server instances in an Oracle WebLogic Server production environment are often distributed
across multiple domains, machines, and geographic locations. Node Manager is an Oracle
WebLogic Server utility that enables you to start, shut down, and restart Managed Server
instances from a remote location. Although Node Manager is optional, it is recommended if
your Oracle WebLogic Server environment hosts applications with high availability
requirements.
A Node Manager process is not associated with a specific WebLogic domain but with a
machine. You can use the same Node Manager process to control server instances in any
Oracle WebLogic Server domain, as long as the server instances reside on the same
machine as the Node Manager process. You would normally configure one Node Manager on
each computer that hosts Oracle WebLogic Server instances.
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Node Manager
Machine 1
Administration
Server
Node
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Managed
Server A1
Machine 2
Node
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Managed
Server A2
Machine 3
Node
Manager
Managed
Server A3
Administration
Console
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Server B2
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You access Node Manager from the following clients:
• Administration Server
- Administration Console (Select Environments > Machines > Configuration > Node
Manager page.)
- JMX utilities
• The WLST commands and scripts: WLST offline serves as a Node Manager
command-line interface that can run in the absence of a running Administration Server.
You can use the WLST commands to start, stop, and monitor a server instance without
connecting to an Administration Server. Starting the Administration Server is the main
purpose of the stand-alone client. However, you can also use it to:
- Stop a server instance that was started by Node Manager
- Start a Managed Server
- Access the contents of a Node Manager log file
- Obtain server status for a server that was started with Node Manager
- Retrieve the contents of the server output log
A Node Manager client can be local or remote to the Node Managers with which it
communicates.
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A machine represents a physical computer that hosts one or more Oracle WebLogic Server
instances. It identifies a particular physical piece of hardware. A machine is used to associate
a computer with the Managed Servers it hosts. A “Machine” is not necessarily equal to
computer. A computer can be defined as zero, one, or more machines, though typically it is a
one-for-one correspondence of machine to computer.
It is used by the Node Manager to start, stop, or restart a Managed Server, and by a clustered
Managed Server to select the best location for storing replicated session data.
Oracle WebLogic Server uses configured machine names to determine the optimum server in
a cluster to which to delegate tasks such as HTTP session replication.
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Machine
A machine:
• Is a computer that hosts server instances
• Runs a supported operating system platform
• Is a logical structure used by Node Manager to start and
restart WebLogic Server instances
domain
Machine Machine
Cluster
Admin Server
Server
Server
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An Oracle WebLogic Server cluster consists of multiple Oracle WebLogic Server instances
running simultaneously and working together to provide increased scalability and reliability.
A cluster appears to clients as one server instance. The server instances that constitute a
cluster can run on one machine or on different machines. You can increase a cluster’s
capacity by adding server instances to the cluster on an existing machine, or by adding
machines to the cluster to host the incremental server instances. A cluster is part of a
particular Oracle WebLogic Server domain. All server instances in a cluster must reside in the
same domain.
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Clusters
Oracle WLS Clusters
Administration Server
Managed
Server 1
Managed
Server 2
Managed
Server 3
Managed
Server 4
Managed
Server 5
Managed
Server 6
Managed
Server 7
Managed
Server 8
Cluster 1
Cluster 2
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When you design your domain, note the following considerations:
• Each domain requires its own Administration Server to perform management activities.
When you use the Administration Console to perform management and monitoring
tasks, you can switch back and forth between domains, but in doing so, you connect to
different Administration Servers.
• All the Managed Servers in a cluster must reside in the same domain; you cannot
spread a cluster over multiple domains.
Note: An Oracle WebLogic Server cluster consists of multiple Oracle WebLogic Server
instances, running simultaneously and working together to provide increased scalability
and reliability. Clusters are discussed in detail later in this lesson.
• All Managed Servers in a domain must run the same version of the Oracle WebLogic
Server software. The Administration Server may run either the same version as the
Managed Servers in the domain or a later version.
• If you create multiple domains, each domain must reference its own database schema.
You cannot share a configured resource or subsystem between domains. For example,
if you create a Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) data source in one domain, you
cannot use it with a Managed Server or cluster in another domain. Instead, you must
create a similar data source in the second domain. Further, two or more system
resources cannot have the same name.
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WebLogic Domain Considerations
• Each domain requires its own Administration Server.
• Managed Servers in a domain must run the same version
of Oracle WebLogic Server.
• The Administration Server in a domain must run the same
version of Oracle WebLogic Server as Managed Servers in
the domain or a later version (though not necessarily the
same operating system).
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 17
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WLST
The WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST):
• Is a command-line interface to WebLogic configuration and
runtime environments
• Configures WLS instances and domains
• Manages and persists WLS configuration changes
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 18
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WLST
WLST enables you to:
• Retrieve domain configuration and run-time information
• Edit the domain configuration and persist the changes in
config.xml
• Navigate and edit custom MBeans and non-WLS MBeans
• Automate configuration tasks and application deployment
(repeatability)
• Clone WebLogic Server domains
• Access Node Manager and start, stop, and suspend server
instances remotely or locally, without requiring the
presence of a running Administration Server
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 19
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Online and Offline Modes
• Online (connected to a running server):
– WLST provides simplified access to MBeans.
– You can perform administrative tasks and initiate WLS
configuration changes while connected to a running server.
• Offline (not connected to a running server):
– WLST limits access to only persisted information.
– You can create a new domain or update an existing domain
without connecting to a running WLS; this functionality
resembles that of the Configuration Wizard.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 20
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WLST Versus the Administration Console
Description WLST
Administration
Console
Lock the domain
configuration.
startEdit()
Activate the pending
configuration.
activate()
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 21
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Basic Management of Application
connect(username, password, admin_url)…
deploy('myApp','./applications/myApp.ear','myMgdSvr')
connect(username, password, admin_url)
cd('AppDeployments/myApp')
stopApplication('myApp')
connect(username, password, admin_url)
undeploy('myApp')
connect(username, password, admin_url)
startApplication('myApp')
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You can navigate the MBean hierarchy (file system) by using UNIX-like commands:
• pwd() lists the current directory
• cd('dir name') navigates to the directory
• cd('..') navigates up one directory level
• ls() lists the directory contents
• ls('c') lists the directory children (MBeans)
• ls('a') lists the directory attributes (properties)
• ls('o') lists the directory operations (methods)
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 22
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WLST Navigation
Navigate to the Servers
MBean directory.
Each subdirectory inside Servers
represents another ServerMBean
instance in this domain; it has
three WebLogic servers in it.
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To edit a domain configuration, you must enter the edit tree. You do this with the edit()
editing command. After you enter the edit() tree, the domain configuration is locked using
the startEdit() editing command. At this point you can create, delete, or modify resources
in the edit() tree. You use the set commands to modify an existing resource. The save()
command saves the new configuration to the domain’s pending directory. The activate()
command activates all changes contained in the pending directory and deletes the files in the
pending directory. The activate() command returns a WLSTException in the event of an
error.
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Management Using WLST
Change to the edit MBean tree.
Lock the configuration.
Set ListenPort and save
changes.
Activate changes.
When you activate changes, edit
lock is released.
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All the Fusion Applications use a common Identity Management environment to perform
authentication and authorization tasks. Users, groups, and policy details are all stored in the
common Identity Management environment.
Identity Management is an essential prerequisite for provisioning Oracle Fusion Applications.
You should set up your Identity Management environment independent of the Oracle Fusion
Application provisioning process.
During the provisioning process, the Oracle Fusion Applications configure the authentication
and authorization policies in the Identity Management environment.
The Oracle Identity Management environment used consists of the following components:
• Oracle Internet Directory
• Oracle Virtual Directory
• Oracle Identity Manager
• Oracle Access Manager
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 24
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Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Fusion Application Product Family
Oracle Identity Management Environment
Oracle Database
Applications
Schema
Middleware
Schema
Fusion
Applications
Control
Customer
Relationship
Management
Governance
Risk and
Compliance
Human
Capital
Management
Financial
Management
Project
Procurement
Supply Chain
Management
Functional
Setup
Manager
Database
Control
Oracle Identity Management
Oracle
Internet
Directory
Oracle
Identity
Manager
Oracle Access
Manager
Oracle Virtual
Directory
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 25
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Identity Management Environment
Fusion
Apps 1
Fusion
Apps 2
Fusion
Apps 3
Identity Management Environment
Oracle Access
Manager
Oracle Identity
Manager
Identity and Access
Schema Database
Identity and Policy
Store OID Instance
Identity and Policy
Store Database
Oracle HTTP Server
Authenticating
WebGate
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While it is possible to combine the installation and configuration operations of different Identity
Management components into one operation, it is recommended to separate them into
distinct operations for easier management and implementing high availability.
• Install the database components
• Install Oracle WebLogic Server. In 64-bit environments, you should install the 64-bit JDK
before installing Oracle WebLogic Server. When you install Oracle WebLogic Server,
you also create a Middleware Home. All the subsequent components are installed in the
same Middleware Home.
• Install Oracle Web Tier component.
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Installing the Software
• For easier implementation and management it is best to
separate installation of software from configuration of
components.
• Identity Management for Fusion Applications involves the
installation of the following:
– Oracle Database 11g R2
– Oracle WebLogic Server
– Oracle Fusion Middleware Web Tier (Oracle HTTP Server)
– Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite
– Oracle Identity Management (OID and OVD)
– Oracle Identity and Access Management (OIM and OAM)
• Install all the Fusion Middleware components to use the
same Middleware Home.
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Configure two databases:
• One database for implementing OID
• One database for implementing OIM and OAM
Run the Repository Creation Utility to create schemas for OID, OIM, and OAM in their
corresponding databases.
Configure WebLogic domains for OID.
Extend a WebLogic domain to configure the directory services components. The main
components considered in the directory services are:
• Oracle Internet Directory (an LDAP repository)
• Oracle Virtual Directory (a virtual directory that presents different identity stores as
LDAP)
• Oracle Directory Services Manager (a web-based management component)
• Oracle Directory Integration Platform (used for integrating OID with a few other
directories)
The identity store contains the users and groups used in the Fusion Applications. The policy
store contains the authorization policies for the applications.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 27
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Identity Management Environment
Oracle Access
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Oracle Identity
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Identity and Access
Schema Database
Identity and Policy
Store OID Instance
Identity and Policy
Store Database
Oracle HTTP Server
Authenticating
WebGate
Configuring Directory Services
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 28
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configuring OID and OVD Instances
• Run the Configuration Wizard to configure OID and OVD.
• Locate your instances (Instance Home) separate from
Installation (Middleware Home).
• After configuration, verification steps:
– Access Oracle Directory Services Manager (ODSM).
– Create OID and OVD connections in ODSM.
– Login to OID and verify the Root Context.
– Login to OVD and note SSL and Non-SSL Ports.
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For further details, refer to Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment Guide for Oracle
Identity Management (Oracle Fusion Applications Edition) 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0).
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 29
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configuring Identity Entries for Fusion
Applications
• Create an administration user for Fusion Applications.
• Create containers for application users and groups.
– Currently, an LDIF file is provided to create the user and
group containers.
• Create a temporary container for users.
• Tune OID parameters at the database and the WebLogic
Server domain.
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When OID and OVD are up and running, you need to create adapters in OVD. The LDAP
adapters expose OID through OVD. This enables you to quickly integrate your identity
repositories with Fusion Applications. The change log adapter is used to monitor the change
logs in OID. This becomes essential when Oracle Fusion HCM application is used to create
users and roles, and these roles are migrated into OID by using OIM.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 30
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configuring OVD Adapters
• OVD adapters enable unified representation and transfer
of data from different identity repositories.
• For effective use in Fusion Applications, you can configure
the following adapters:
– Change Log Adapter
— Adapter Type – LDAP
— Adapter Template – changelog_oid
– User Management Adapter
— Adapter Type – LDAP
— Adapter Template – user_oid
– OAM Adapter
— Adapter Type – LDAP
— Adapter Template – Oracle_Directory_Server
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If you are using another LDAP repository for your user authentication and authorization, you
can export the current users and groups to create LDIF (LDAP Directory Interchange Format)
files and use the LDIF files to import into the Identity Repository used for Fusion Applications.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 31
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Load Seeded Fusion Users
• Load seeded Users into OID
– Use the ldapadd command.
– Load the users into the user container created before.
• Load seeded Groups into OID
– Use the ldapadd command.
– Load groups into the groups container created before.
• Verify the Loaded User and Groups in OID.
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Oracle Identity Manager is used to manage the users and groups in identity store of the
Identity Management environment. The Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management
application interacts with Oracle Identity Manager to perform user and group lifecycle
operations such as creating, changing, and deleting.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 32
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configure Oracle Identity Manager Components
Identity Management Environment
Oracle Access
Manager
Oracle Identity
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Identity and Access
Schema Database
Identity and Policy
Store OID Instance
Identity and Policy
Store Database
Oracle HTTP Server
Authenticating
WebGate
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 33
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configure Oracle Identity Manager
• During installation, you would have completed the
following:
– Installing Oracle Database
– Running RCU to create schemas
– Installing WebLogic and create Middleware Home
— To use 64-bit environment, install 64-bit JDK and then install
WLS by using the 64-bit JDK
– Installing and patching SOA
– Installing Oracle Identity Manager by using the Identity and
Access Management product
• Configure a WLS domain by using Oracle Identity Manager
template elements.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 34
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
OIM Configuration: Sync Users and Roles
• Preloaded users and roles must be recognized by OIM,
which is performed as part of scheduled job in OIM.
• From the OIM, run the scheduled task Fusion Applications
role category seeding scheduled task.
– This task will sync role categories in OIM.
• From the OIM, run the scheduled task to perform
reconciliation of LDAP roles.
– This task will sync preseeded fusion roles in OIM.
• From the OIM run the scheduled task to perform
reconciliation of LDAP users.
– This task will sync preseeded fusion users in OIM.
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All components of Oracle Access Manager 10g are available in 32-bit version, except
WebGate. Therefore, when installing Oracle Access Manager 10g components, you need at
least one 32-bit version of Oracle HTTP Server. Accordingly, in the class room environment
Oracle HTTP Server 32-bit version is installed, even though the entire hardware is on 64-bit
architecture.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 35
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Install Oracle HTTP Server Components
Identity Management Environment
Oracle Access
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Oracle Identity
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Identity and Access
Schema Database
Identity and Policy
Store OID Instance
Identity and Policy
Store Database
Oracle HTTP Server
Authenticating
WebGate
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Steps for gcc lib Configurations
Log in as root user and move the existing /usr/bin/gcc to /usr/bin/gcc.orig
#> mv /usr/bin/gcc /usr/bin/gcc.orig
Create a new file in the /usr/bin folder called gcc41 with the following content:
#!/bin/sh
exec /usr/bin/gcc.orig -m32 -static-libgcc -
B/usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-redhat-linux/4.1.2/32/ $*
Change the file permission for gcc41
#> chmod 755 /usr/bin/gcc41
Create a symbolic link for gcc
#> ln -s -f /usr/bin/gcc41 /usr/bin/gcc
Run the linux32 bash command before you run 32-bit installs on any Linux 64-bit hosts.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 36
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Considerations When Installing Oracle
HTTP Server
• In a 64-bit environment, you may need to install two
different versions of Oracle HTTP Server.
• In Oracle Access Manager 10.1.4.3, only WebGates are
available with 64-bit architecture.
• All other Oracle Access Manager components are on 32-
bit architecture.
• To configure 32-bit components, such as WebPass, Policy
Manager, and so on, you should install 32-bit OHS 11g.
• To install 32-bit OHS 11g, you have to configure the gcc
libraries.
• You can install 64-bit OHS 11g for use with WebGates.
• Installation of 64-bit OHS 11g does not require the gcc
workaround.
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In the practice environment, two OHS instances have been created.
• autohs: Contains the WebGate that presents the authentication mechanism for user
login to manage applications
• adminohs: Contains the WebGate that is used to login to Oracle Access Manager
administration interfaces
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 37
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Installing and Configuring Oracle HTTP Server
• Separate the installation task from configuration task to
have flexibility.
• Install from Oracle Fusion Middleware WebTier Utilities
11.1.1.2.
• Install the 11.1.1.3 patch.
• Configure the OHS instance.
• Do not associate with a WLS domain when configuring
Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) instance.
• Note the port on which OHS is running.
• Use opmnctl from the bin folder of the OHS instance to
manage the life cycle of OHS processes.
• To note the port number of OHS processes, use the
command:
opmnctl status –l
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 38
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configure Oracle Access Manager 11g
Identity Management Environment
Oracle Access
Manager
Oracle Identity
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Identity and Access
Schema Database
Identity and Policy
Store OID Instance
Identity and Policy
Store Database
Oracle HTTP Server
Authenticating
WebGate
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 39
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Configure Fusion Applications with
Identity Management
• Identity Management components (OID, OVD, OAM, and
OIM) must be preinstalled and configured for completing
the Fusion Application provisioning process.
• You enable Fusion Applications to use the configured
Identity Management as follows:
– Generate provisioning plan: Choose product offerings to be
installed. Provide host, port, and other identity-related
information.
– Implement provisioning plan: Use the information gathered
as part of the interview process to install, configure, and
deploy Fusion Applications.
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In the configured environment, the user FAadmin has been created in the identity store. The
FAadmin user is used as the super user in the practice environment.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 40
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Adding Super User in LDAP
Create a user by using the following information:
dn: cn<john.doe>,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
objectclass: inetOrgPerson
objectclass: organizationalPerson
objectclass: person
objectclass: top
objectclass: orclIDXPerson
cn: john.doe
description: User created as a typical super user
displayname: John Doe
givenname: john
sn: doe
uid: john.doe
userpassword: Welcome1
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You may need to remove LDAP entries when a phase of provisioning fails midway. While the
provisioning wizard is capable of configuration entries from Fusion Applications location, it
does not handle the removal of LDAP entries well. So you may need to delete entries created
by the provisioning wizard.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 41
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Removing LDAP Entries for Reinstallation
• If a provisioning phase fails midway, you may need to retry
that phase of provisioning.
• For example, before retrying the install phase, you should
remove these entries in OID:
ldapdelete -h <host> -p <port-like-3060> \
-D <user-as-cn=orcladmin> -w <pwd-as-Welcome1>
-x -c -r cn=JPSContext,cn=jpsroot \
cn=Operators,cn=Groups,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=Monitors,cn=Groups,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=Administrators,cn=Groups,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=AppIDGroups,cn=Groups,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=FusionGroups,cn=Groups,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=AppIDUsers,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com \
cn=FusionUsers,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
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Scripts to start and stop Identity Management components are available in the
/home/oracle/admin_scripts folder in the Identity Management machines.
The startup scripts are numbered to indicate the order in which the scripts should be used.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 42
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Scripts Used in Practices
To help start and stop Identity Management components in the
practices, scripts have been made available.
Script Name Purpose
01_start_oiddb.sh Start database listener and identity store database
02_start_oid.sh Start OID instance
03_start_oimdb.sh Start database holding OIM and OAM schema
04_start_oim.sh Start OIM and OAM processes
05_start_autohs.sh Start OHS and authenticating WebGate
stop_all.sh Stop all the components in Identity Management
environment
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 43
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to:
• Describe the Fusion Middleware components used in
Fusion Applications
• Describe the following elements of Oracle WebLogic
Server (WLS):
– Domain
– Administration Server
– Managed Server
– Cluster
– Node Manager
– Machine
• Use WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 2 - 44
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Summary
• Describe the configuration of the Identity Management
environment for Oracle Fusion Applications
• Install and configure Identity Management components
such as:
– Oracle Internet Directory
– Oracle Virtual Directory
– Oracle Identity Manager
– Oracle Access Manager
• Start and stop Identity Management components
• Configure the super user in the LDAP repository
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Provisioning Overview
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 2
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Objective
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Describe the Oracle Fusion Applications provisioning
framework
• Describe the hierarchy of Oracle Fusion Applications
products
• Describe the stages of provisioning a new Oracle Fusion
Applications environment
• Obtain and stage a provisioning repository
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 3
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Oracle Fusion Applications Product: Overview
• A unified suite of business applications
• Designed to unify personal and enterprise processes
– Unification of transactional, SOA, and business processes,
business intelligence and collaborative technologies in a
seamless user experience
• Delivered as a suite but can be adopted modularly
– Can be adopted as a single suite, or as individual pillars or
solutions sets coexisting with Applications Unlimited product
lines
• Strong functional value to existing and new customers
– Installed base demand (for example, unified global payroll
module)
– Competitive differentiation (for example, Distributed Order
Orchestration)
– Revenue generation (for example, sales territory
management)
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Recap of Implementation Tasks
• Plan and finalize requirements.
• Install Oracle Fusion Applications.
• Apply patches.
• Manage the Oracle Fusion Applications environment.
• Complete the functional setup.
• Implement customizations to Oracle Fusion Applications.
• Configure security.
• Configure for an enterprise deployment.
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Product families comprise one or more Java EE applications specific to Oracle Fusion
Applications. During installation, you select a product offering or a combination of offerings as
a way to install the product families.
An application can contain multiple products, and a product can also span multiple
applications. For example, you can see that the slide shows the product Payments is mapped
into two applications, PayablesApp and ReceivablesApp, each of which is mapped to the
same product, Payments.
A product typically has a one-to-one correspondence with an EAR file. However, this is not a
rule. In the above case, the product Payments may be available in multiple EAR files.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 5
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Product Families
Product families comprise one or more Java EE applications.
Products
Oracle Fusion Applications
Assets
Cash Management
Payables
Payments
Receivables
PayablesApp
ReceivablesApp
Expenses
Advanced Collections
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Product family refers to a group of associated products within a broad functional area. The
main product families are described here.
• Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management (CRM) consists mainly of sales
performance management, enterprise integration, and business flexibility. The following
features are provided by CRM:
- Comprehensive sales suite solution
- Role-based user experience
- Modular, flexible, and extensible approach for rapid adoption
- Standards-based infrastructure reduces the cost of staffing, implementation, and
maintenance
- Available on demand or on premise
• Oracle Fusion Financials offers the following features:
- Real-time information access that delivers accurate and timely information to users
- Role-based dashboards that bring work, information, and relevant tasks directly to
finance users’ desktops
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 6
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Product Family
Product Family
Customer Relationship
Management
Procurement
Financials
Project Portfolio
Management
Governance, Risk, and
Compliance
Supply Chain
Management
Human Capital
Management
Oracle Fusion Application Product Families
Oracle Fusion Applications comprise a collection of products
that are associated with a functional area.
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- Single source ensures that all users work from the same source of information.
- Embedded transactional intelligence provides access to the most current
information.
- Superior architecture standardizes business processes and adapts to changing
business needs.
• Oracle Fusion Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) provides:
- The Power to Know—unified intelligence for insight into the status of all GRC
activities across the enterprise
- The Power to Manage—end-to-end support for cross-industry and industry-specific
GRC processes
- The Power to Enforce—best-in-class automated controls that work across multiple
business applications
• Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) sets a new standard for innovation,
work, and HR:
- Built from the ground up for the unique roles and processes within an organization
- Flexible employment and person models, and profile management framework
meet the needs of all organizational models.
- Enterprise-wide structures support legislative, regulatory, and organizational
needs.
- Embedded intelligence (dashboards, embedded content, predictive) supports
insightful analysis and informed decisions.
• Oracle Fusion Procurement sets a new standard for innovation, work, and adoption:
- Embedded analytics and personalized dashboards make it easy for procurement
professionals to detect hotspots that require their attention.
- Unified workflow throughout Fusion Procurement restricts unwanted behaviors,
closes compliance gaps, and simplifies exception management.
- Universal contract standards, repository, and search provide visibility while
promoting collaboration and compliance.
- Unique change management control delivers procurement automation and
exception management for the real world.
• Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management (PPM) provides:
- Role-based user experience that provides project stakeholders, project managers,
and team members with precisely the information they need to plan, manage, and
deliver across their organization
- Intuitive and interactive dashboards that allow direct transaction processing and
monitoring all aspects of projects
• Oracle’s Supply Chain Management consists mainly of Oracle Fusion Distributed Order
Orchestration (DOO). The DOO features include:
- One normalized view for order and fulfillment plans across the entire enterprise
- An orchestrated fulfillment operation that leverages all available resources
- Native event management and monitoring capabilities
- Embedded analytics capabilities
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 7
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An installation of Oracle Fusion Applications is logically broken up into groups of features
known as product offerings, which represents the highest-level collection of functionality that
you can license and implement. A provisioning configuration is a collection of one or more
product offerings. When you create a provisioning plan, you select one or more product
offerings within a provisioning configuration.
Product offerings have inter-dependencies on companion applications (for example, Oracle
Human Capital Management relies on Oracle Financials payroll) as well as middleware
dependencies (for example, Oracle SOA Suite) for runtime execution.
The Provisioning wizard is aware of the companion applications and middleware
dependencies, and displays them for you automatically. You specify configuration details for
the offerings, their companion applications, and their middleware dependencies.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 8
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Product Offerings and Provisioning
Configurations
• Product offerings are typically the starting points for the
installation and configuration decisions.
• A provisioning configuration is a collection of one or more
product offerings.
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You can implement Oracle Fusion Applications in different hardware platforms suitable to
your environment.
For example, if you implement Oracle Fusion Applications in a 32-bit environment, then you
should use a shared environment, because a single machine cannot accommodate all of the
Oracle Fusion Application components.
In a shared environment, multiple machines share a disk that is used for installing and
configuring Oracle Fusion Application components. This ensures that they all have the same
architecture and same operating system.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 9
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Decide on the Topology
• Oracle Fusion Applications is recommended to be
implemented in a Linux 64-bit environment.
• You can also implement Fusion Applications in different
platforms such as:
– Linux 32 bit or Linux 64 bit
– Windows 32 bit or Windows 64 bit
• You can also use different topologies
– Shared environment
– Single machine environment
• Use consistent topology for your environment.
• Ensure that the environment is consistent across the
machines in an Oracle Fusion Application environment.
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The slide shows the number of applications and WLS managed servers that may be required
depending on the product offering that you select to implement. An idea of the memory
requirement is provided when you run the provisioning wizard and make selection of the
configuration offerings.
Depending on the resource availability and preference of management in your environment,
you can select to concentrate all applications in one machine or distribute them across a few
machines that share a common hard disk.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 10
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Resource Considerations
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Oracle Fusion Applications is a deployment of applications product offerings built on Oracle
Fusion Middleware technology stack components and utilizing the Oracle Database. A
successful installation must draw on a combination of the applications and the middleware
components, as well as the tools, scripts, and utilities required to set up and configure them.
Oracle Fusion Applications provisioning orchestrates the installation operations supplying all
these "bits" and storing them in a central repository. The provisioning planning process and
the physical installation process access the repository as the bits are needed when you set up
your Oracle Applications environment.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 11
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Fusion Application Provisioning
• Provisioning is the set of operations that essentially
performs the following operations:
– Install – Lay down all the components needed to create an
Oracle Fusion Applications environment.
– Configure – Tailor components based on the choice of
application and the topology
– Deploy – Start the managed servers and clusters and
facilitate the actual use of product offerings
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 12
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Typical Stages
2. Configure
Provisioning
Repository
1. Obtain
Installation
Media
3. Verify Identity
Management
Access
4. Install
Applications
Database
6. Create
Provisioning
Plan
5. Create
Applications
Schema
7. Install and
Configure
Applications
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The installation media contains the provisioning framework, and also the installable Fusion
Middleware components that are necessary for Fusion Applications.
You can get the Fusion Applications installation media in two ways:
• DVDs
• The eDelivery website
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 13
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Fusion Applications Installation Media
• Fusion Applications installation media contains:
– Installation Directory Utility
– Java EE, ESS, and EAR files (for each product family)
– SOA composite jars (for each product family)
– Security artifacts such as policy, identity, credential, and URI
files
– Database artifacts such as SQL, PLSQL, schema, seed data
files
– C artifacts (for FIN, SCM and HCM): including binaries and
libraries
– Diagnostic tests
– Patching framework
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When you obtain the media, you may get some of the Fusion Middleware product installable
in zip format. To enable these installable media to be effectively used during Fusion
Applications provisioning, you stage them in a provisioning repository. Installation Directory
Utility helps in creating the provisioning repository and staging the installable media in the
provisioning repository.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 14
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Staging Installation Media
• You obtain the installation media and load it in a disk
location.
• In a multimachine environment, you should locate the
provisioning repository in a shared location.
• The key components of the provisioning repository are:
– Various Fusion Middleware installers required for
provisioning
– Provisioning framework installer
– JDK6 and ANT
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The provisioning repository contains the provisioning components. During the process of
running the different phases of provisioning, the provisioning wizard calls the appropriate
provisioning component to accomplish the task.
If your Fusion Applications are distributed over multiple machines, you should create the
provisioning repository on a shared disk that can be shared across the different physical
machines that participate in the provisioning operation.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 15
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Provisioning Repository
• Run the provisioning framework installer to create the
provisioning framework.
• A typical folder structure for the provisioning repository is
shown here:
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For an overview of the different identity management products, you can access the Identity
Management products page on Oracle Technology Network (URL:
http://www.oracle.com/us/products/middleware/identity-management/index.html) and click the
Demos tab to see a list of demos. You can view the online demo for the corresponding
product.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 16
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Identity Management Environment
• Identity management environment is an essential
prerequisite for provisioning Fusion Applications.
• The identity management environment consists of:
– Oracle Internet Directory
– Oracle Virtual Directory
– Oracle Identity Manager
– Oracle Access Manager
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 17
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Applications Transaction Database
• Oracle Fusion Applications require access to a database to
store and manage application data and transactions.
• There are two main ways to create the transaction
database:
– Using the Provisioning Wizard
— Useful for single instance databases, especially in development
and test environments
– Using the Oracle Universal Installer of the database
— Useful when installing in RAC environments
• You can configure the Fusion Application–related schema
by using the Applications Repository Creation Utility (Apps
RCU).
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If your host machines have multiple names, and you want to use a specific name for database
installation, set up the FAPROV_HOSTNAME_OVERRIDE variable. Similarly, ensure that the
GROUP environment variable is set appropriately in your environment. It would be good to
use the same group that owns all the Fusion Applications environment. In the practices,
“oinstall” is being used as the group and, accordingly, the GROUP variable is set up to
oinstall.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 18
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Database Creation Using
Provisioning Wizard
Set up environment variables.
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You should ensure that the operating system resources such as maximum memory, file
handles, and so on, are configured appropriately. For further information, refer to the Oracle
Fusion Applications: Installation Guide.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 19
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Using RCU to Create the Repository
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 3 - 20
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to:
• Describe the Oracle Fusion Applications provisioning
framework
• Describe the hierarchy of Oracle Fusion Applications
products
• Describe the stages of provisioning a new Oracle Fusion
Applications environment
• Obtain and stage the provisioning repository
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Installing a Database for
Application Transactions
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 2
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Install and configure an Oracle Database for applications
transactions
• Create the necessary schemas for Oracle Fusion
Applications
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An Oracle Fusion Applications environment requires a transaction database. You can install a
single-instance Oracle Enterprise Edition database by using the Provisioning Wizard. When
you need a high performing and highly available transaction database, you can install an
Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database by using standard Oracle database
installation instructions. When you install and configure the database, you should use the
database templates provided with Oracle Fusion Applications. The database templates
provided with Oracle Fusion Applications describe the structure and features of the database,
but do not contain any transactional data.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 3
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Installing Transaction Database Overview
• You must configure an Oracle database for Fusion
Application transactions before creating a provisioning
plan.
• The configuration of a transaction database involves the
following steps:
– Install an Oracle 11.2.0.2 database.
– Create a database instance by using the database template
shipped with Oracle Fusion Applications.
– Create tablespaces and schemas and load seed data by
using the Repository Creation Utility.
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You can install a single instance Oracle Database 11g R2 by using the Provisioning Wizard.
The initialization parameters and configuration details of the transaction database are
appropriately addressed by the Provisioning Wizard.
You can also use the Oracle Universal Installer to install and configure the transaction
database. This is especially required when you want to configure a database in a Real
Application Cluster environment.
When you create a database by using the OUI, you should ensure that you use the database
template provided with Oracle Fusion Applications to appropriately set the initialization and
configuration parameters.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Installing and Creating a Transaction Database
• You can install and create a database by using either of
these:
– Provisioning Wizard
– Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
• When you create a database by using the Provisioning
Wizard:
– The correct template is used.
– Only a single instance database can be created.
– Prerequisite validation helps ensure that your environment
meets those requirements.
• When you create a database by using OUI:
– You should ensure that the correct template is used.
– You can create a RAC database.
– Configure database initialization parameters.
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When you install and configure a database by using the Provisioning Wizard, the database
initialization parameters are set by the wizard. You should ensure that the database
initialization parameters are appropriately set when you install the database using the Oracle
Universal Installer.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 5
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Required Database Parameters
Parameter Value
audit_trail NONE
compatible 11.2.0.2
db_files 1024
db_recovery_file_dest_size 2147483648
db_writer_processes 1
disk_asynch_io FALSE
fast_start_mttr_target 3600
job_queue_processes 10
log_buffer 10485760
log_checkpoints_to_alert TRUE
max_dump_file_size 10M
memory_target 3221225472
nls_sort BINARY
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 6
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Required Database Parameters
Parameter Value
nls_sort BINARY
open_cursors 500
plsql_code_type NATIVE
processes 1500
sec_case_sensitive_logon FALSE
session_cached_cursors 500
session_max_open_files 50
undo_management AUTO
SGA_TARGET 0
FILESYSTEM_IO_OPTIONS Setall
PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET 0
TRACE_ENABLED FALSE
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To start the Provisioning Wizard, you must do the following:
• Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to the JDK location in the provisioning
repository. For example:
$> export JAVA_HOME = <repository_location>/jdk6
$> export PATH = JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH
• Run the following command on the primordial host from the directory where you
installed the provisioning framework:
$> provisioningWizard.sh
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 7
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Configuring the Database by Using the
Provisioning Wizard
Invoke the Provisioning Wizard and select Install an
Applications Transaction Database in the Installation Option.
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On the Database Install Configuration interview screen, specify values for the following
database configuration parameters.
• Database Listener Port – The port number designated for the database server. The
default port for the Oracle database is 1521.
• Installers Directory Location – The path to the
<repository_location>/installersdirectory that was created for the
provisioning framework
• Oracle Base – The top-level directory (Oracle database home) that the installation
process uses to derive the mount points associated with the database.
• Software Location – The path to the Oracle database software. This location is derived
from the Oracle Base location.
• Database File Location – The path to the .dbf, .dtl, and .log files. Its location is derived
from the Oracle Base location.
• OSDBA Group – The UNIX operating system group that the database administrator is a
member of. This line is displayed only if the installer detects that the platform is UNIX.
• Global Database Name – The name (or SID) of the database. You can enter the domain
qualified name as well. The Oracle Fusion Applications service name is derived from
this value.
• Administrative Password/Confirm – Specify a valid password for this function. Retype
the password to verify.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 8
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Specifying the Database Configuration in the
Provisioning Wizard
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You can view the status of the database installation in the log files. The figure in the slide
shows an example of a log file created during a database installation using the Provisioning
Wizard.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 9
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Database Installation Log File
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The Applications RCU contains schemas for all dependent components in the zipped
Applications RCU file delivered in the provisioning framework. You can run in GUI or
command-line mode.
The Applications RCU:
• Integrates Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Fusion Applications schemas and
storage definitions by using declarative XML.
• Runs locally or remotely as a stand-alone tool.
• Allows you to modify or use custom tablespaces for the default Oracle Fusion
Applications schemas.
• Performs checks against both global-level and component-level prerequisites at run
time. If a prerequisite is not met, the Applications RCU may issue a warning and allow
the procedure to continue (soft stop), or it may notify you that a prerequisite must be met
(hard stop).
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 10
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Applications RCU
Use the Oracle Fusion Applications Repository Creation Utility
(Applications RCU) to create and load schemas.
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Oracle Fusion Applications framework contains the Applications RCU in a zip file. The
dependent schema components are included in the zipped Applications RCU file. Unzip the
file into a location that has access to the transaction database you have configured.
You can run the rcu executable (rcu.bat in Windows) from the bin subfolder under the
folder where you have placed the RCU executable.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 11
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Configuring Schema by Using Applications
the RCU
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If there is a failure in the creation of the tablespaces or schemas for any component, the
Cleanup failed components check box appears on the Completion Summary screen. Select
this option to clean up tablespaces and schemas for the failed components.
If an environment (such as the database server) is running out of space, correct it and rerun
the software. Any components that are not applied successfully are still enabled (not grayed
out) in the interface. Rerun the Applications RCU.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 12
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Schema Cleanup Feature
• A Cleanup option appears if there is a failure in configuring
a schema.
• Select Cleanup to remove failed schemas from the
tablespaces.
• Correct the error condition (such as free space) and rerun
the Applications RCU.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 13
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Using the Command Line Interface
• You can run the Apps RCU in command line mode as well.
• The command line operation is helpful to schedule and to
run in silent mode.
$rcu -silent
-createRepository
-connectString "host:port:sid" -dbUser sys
-dbRole sysdba
-skipcleanUpOnFailure Yes
-component CRM_FUSION_MDS_SOA
-component CRM_FUSION_ORABAM ….
-component SETUP_FUSION_SOAINFRA
-component SEARCHSYS -component FUSIONAPPS
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 4 - 14
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Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to:
• Install and configure an Oracle Database for applications
transactions
• Create the necessary schemas for Oracle Fusion
Applications
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Creating Provisioning Plans
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 2
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Verify that the provisioning environment is ready for use
• Create a provisioning plan for implementing Oracle Fusion
Projects application in a single server locally
• Create a provisioning plan for implementing Oracle Fusion
Projects application in a shared (multiple server)
environment
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 3
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Introduction to Provisioning Plans
• You create the provisioning plan by using the Provisioning
Wizard.
• When you create the provisioning plan, the wizard collects
basic information about:
– Provisioning Configurations (product offerings)
– Administrator credentials
– Database connections and schema passwords
– Configuration details for Oracle Identity Management
components
– Host names and specific ports for the offerings and their
middleware dependencies
– Configuration details for components, such as messaging,
web tier, virtual hosts, and email
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Sample Scenarios
Scenario 1: You install Oracle Compensation Management under the Oracle Human Capital
Management configuration. This installs all Human Capital Management applications and
middleware dependencies for all Human Capital Management offerings. When the
provisioning is complete, only the domains and managed servers required by Compensation
Management are started and available.
At a later date, to enable Oracle Workforce Deployment, you navigate to the functional setup
feature and start the functional configuration process for the Workforce Deployment offering.
You do not have to run the provisioning process to enable this offering.
Scenario 2: You install Oracle Compensation Management under the Oracle Human Capital
Management configuration. This installs all Human Capital Management applications and
middleware dependencies for all Human Capital Management offerings. When the
provisioning is complete, only the domains and managed servers required by Compensation
Management are started and available.
At a later date, you want to enable Oracle Customer Relationship Management Sales. You
must provision a new environment that contains both Oracle Compensation Management and
Customer Relationship Management Sales. You then manually migrate the existing
environment to the new environment. This new environment will support all Customer
Relationship Management and Human Capital Management offerings.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Product Offerings
• Most product offerings are grouped. For example:
– Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management (Sales
and Marketing)
– Oracle Human Capital Management (Compensation
Management, Workforce Management, and Workforce
Development)
– Oracle Fusion Financials, Projects, and Procurement
(Financials, Projects, and Procurement)
– Oracle Fusion Supply Chain Management (Material
Management & Logistics, Product Management, and Order
Orchestration)
• There are a few stand-alone offerings such as:
– Oracle Fusion Customer Data Management, Oracle Fusion
Enterprise Contracts, Oracle Fusion Financial Control and
Reporting, and Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation
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Installation Options:
• Present the list of valid installation actions that you can perform by using the wizard
• Select “Create a New Application Provisioning Plan.”
Specify Security Updates (Optional):
• Set up a notification preference for security-related updates and installation-related
information from My Oracle Support.
• You can receive the notifications in two ways:
- Email: Specify your email address to have updates sent by email.
- My Oracle Support: Select “I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle
Support,” enter your My Oracle Support password to have updates posted to your
account.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 5
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Installation Options and Security Updates
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You can select one or more offerings within the provisioning configuration. For each
provisioning configuration, all dependant applications and middleware components are
installed, configured, and deployed.
Upon completing the provisioning phases, you can use the Functional Setup Manager to
enable or disable the offerings that you have provisioned.
The managed servers for only the enabled offerings are started. The managed servers for the
other offerings are not started, even if they are deployed.
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Provisioning Configuration
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The optional descriptive information becomes part of the plan summary document. It does not
affect the content of your plan.
• Plan Name: Specify a name to identify this plan.
• Plan Version: Assign a version identifier if this plan is a variation of an existing plan.
• Created By: Defaults to the operating system user who invoked the wizard
• Created Date: Defaults to the date the plan was originally created and saved
• Plan Description: Provide description of this plan and its purpose.
If you want to finish creating this plan at a later date, click Save.
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Plan Description
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Specify credentials for the node manager. Node manager is used to start and stop WebLogic
Server processes. The credentials you specify are used to configure the
nodemanager.properties file in all the machines that run the Fusion Application
processes.
The installation locations screen allows you to specify:
• Where you will locate the Oracle Fusion Applications and the related Oracle Fusion
Middleware components. You can consider this as the destination of implementing the
provisioning plan.
• Where the provisioning repository and installable modules are located. You can
consider this as the source of installable modules from where the provisioning
framework will perform the installation and configuration operations.
If the environment created is Windows-based, the wizard also prompts for these values:
• Windows Domain User Name: The name of the node manager role
• Windows Domain Password/Confirm: The password for the node manager role
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Installation Locations
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In addition, you can also specify if you want to manage the configurations in the shared
location or you would prefer to create the configurations locally in each machine.
When you set up and configure local domains, you may have the performance benefit of
starting up operations locally. On the other hand, setting up the domains in a shared disk
location provides you the benefit of easier and uniform operational and administrative
convenience. Also, it is easier to implement backup and recovery operations for the entire
Fusion Applications environment.
Identity Management Environment Specifications File
• This file contains defaults for some of the values required on Identity and Policy
Management Configuration and the Oracle Access Manager Configuration interview
screens. The wizard can prepopulate those fields if it finds the specifications file in the
directory where you run provisioning. You can enter the values manually if you so prefer
and leave this field blank. You can change the values of any of the defaults.
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Installation Location
• Enable Local Domain: Indicates whether you want to set
up a local domain
• Local Domain Configuration Directory: A local domain
directory on each host. The managed servers will run from
this directory instead of the domain configuration directory.
This field is optional.
• IDM Environment Specifications File: This optional field
points the wizard to the IDM environment specifications file
(idm.properties).
• Specify the Host name where Oracle Business Intelligence
Applications will be installed.
• Enter and confirm the RPD password.
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Validation rules for port ranges are as follows:
• The number of ports per product family varies according to the number of applications
and middleware components installed. You can calculate the minimum port range (sum
of standard and secure ports required for all components), or you can set the range to
the upper boundary for the largest product family.
• Port ranges for each family must not overlap. Gaps between the ranges are acceptable.
• Port ranges must be in ascending order. For example, 11601–12000 is a valid order.
• The lowest port value that you assign in a server must be less than the highest port
value of each product family that you have chosen.
• The port value must be unique within a product family.
• The values entered on any of the application offering or common functionality screens
are validated against the ports ranges that you set up on the System Port Allocation
screen in the Provisioning Wizard.
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System Port Allocation
• You can set a custom value for
the Applications Base Port.
The application domain port
ranges are derived from this
value.
• If you change the base port
value, the domain port ranges
adjust accordingly.
• Ports listed for Node Manager
are not derived from the Base
Port value.
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Enter the configuration details of the transaction database.
If you install a single-instance:
• Host Name: Where the database is installed
• Port: The listening port for the database
• Service Name (SID)
If you have Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC):
• Service Name that you specified when you installed this database.
• For each instance in RAC, specify:
- Host Name: The name of the Oracle RAC host for each instance.
- Port: Listening port of the database.
- Instance Name: The Oracle RAC identifier (SID)
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Database Configuration
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Enter the schema passwords that you specified when you set up the transaction database.
The validation process checks to ensure that the password that you specify can be used to
connect to all AS common schema accounts.
• If you set up all users in the database with the same password, select “Use the same
password for all accounts” and enter the password that you set up. This option is the
default.
• If you set up users with different passwords, select “Use a different password for each
account.” Enter each password in the Password column.
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Schema Password
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If you choose the first or second option, clicking Next takes you to the Presence Configuration
screen and omits the individual domain screens.
The third option causes the wizard to display interview screens for each domain that will be
created in the new environment. You must manually specify the hosts for all applications and
middleware components in the environment to be provisioned for this plan.
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Domain Topology Configuration
• One host for all domains:
– Select this option if you want to install and configure all the
application domains in a single host.
– Use the drop-down list to select a Host Name.
• One host per domain:
– Select this option to install and configure each application’s
domain and middleware components on the host that you
specify.
– Use the drop-down list to select a Host Name for each of the
domains associated with the product offerings.
• One host per application and middleware component:
– Select this option to specify applications domain hosts and
middleware dependencies manually on each of the individual
domain configuration screens.
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All hosts must have the same operating system and have a common mount point for shared
network storage.
The host that you specify for the Admin Server is the default for all servers. You can change
the defaults, if necessary.
Specify the following values for the applications domain and for its middleware dependencies:
• Host Name: Use the drop-down list to select the host where you want to configure the
managed server for this domain.
• Port: For internal communications only. It is used to view and edit individual port values
for each application in the event of a port conflict.
• Secure Port: The SSL port for internal communications only. It is used to view and edit
individual port values for each application in the event of a port conflict.
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Common Domain
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 15
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Product Family Domains
• Each product family domain created in this installation has
a screen in the interview flow where you enter values for
the applications and their middleware dependencies.
• The values are the same as those listed on the Common
Domain screen:
– Host
– Port
– Secure Port
• All hosts must be on the same operating system and have
a common mount point for shared network storage.
• The number of the product offering screens varies
according to the offerings specified in this plan.
• The same type of information is required on each screen.
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You will most likely want to create the web tier in a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)—on a host that
does not have access to the shared file system used by the system inside the firewall. This
allows you to specify more restrictions on communication with the system inside the firewall.
For example, you may not want all ports to be open. You can designate this configuration on
the Configure Web Tier screen.
During provisioning, the phase guard files are created to determine when a specific phase
has been completed on a specific host. If you specify that the web tier is in a DMZ, you must
manually copy the phase guard files (from the DMZ host) to the instance subfolder in the
shared provisioning folder.
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Web Tier Configuration
• Install Web Tier in DMZ: Select this if you want a host
exclusive for the web tier
• Host: Where the HTTP server is installed and configured
• Virtual Host Mode: Select one of the following:
– IP-based: IP or IP:host combination (Default)
– Name-based: DNS entries, such as fin.acme.com and
crm.acme.com to use as virtual hosts
– Port-based: Internal and external port for each domain
• Domain Name: Specify a domain name only if you select a
name-based virtual host. For example, acme.com.
• HTTP Port: Default port for the web tier
• HTTP (SSL) Port: Secure port for the web tier
• Load Balancing Enabled: Select this option if you will use a
load balancer to distribute traffic evenly across hosts.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 17
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Web Proxy Configuration
• Create Proxy Settings to enable users who want to use a
proxy server to connect to the Internet.
– Enable Web Proxy: Select to enable proxy-related values to
set up access to the Internet.
– Web Proxy Host: Where the proxy server is to be installed
– Web Proxy Port: The listening port for the proxy server
– Secure Web Proxy Host, Port- SSL Host, and port for
internal communications
– No Proxy Hosts
– Proxy Server Requires Authentication: To set up a username
and password for the proxy server:
— Username: Specify a username for accessing the proxy server.
— Password: Specify a password for accessing the proxy server.
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This screen enables the provisioning wizard to load users, groups, roles, and applications IDs
into Oracle Identity Management. If you want to share an identity management environment
across multiple Oracle Fusion Applications installations, you can populate identity
management configuration details on the first installation.
• Super User Name: User with administrative privileges and functional setup privileges
• Create Administrators, Monitors, and Operators Group: Select this option to create
these groups during the provisioning run.
• Enable Seeding of Security Data: Controls the uploading of Oracle Fusion
Applications security policies and user credentials into your LDAP as a part of
provisioning. This option is selected by default. Deselecting it disables this action during
provisioning.
• Identity Store Server Type: Select OID or OVD.
• Identity Store Host: Host name for your identity store
• Identity Store Port: Port assigned to the identity store
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 18
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Identity Management Configuration
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• Identity Store Secure Port: SSL port for the identity store. Derived from the Identity
Store Port value.
• Identity Store User Name: The Distinguished Name of the user with read-write access
to the LDAP
• Identity Store Password: The password for the user with read-write access to the
LDAP
• Identity Store Read-only User Name: The Distinguished Name of the user with read-
only access to the Identity Store LDAP
• Identity Store Read-only Password: Password for the identity store read-only user
• Identity Store Enabled SSL: Select this option if your identity store is SSL-enabled and
if the required certificates are being provided in the IDM keystore file
• Identity Store User Name Attribute: The type of username attribute configured in the
identity store. It can be user ID (uid), common name (CN), or email address.
• Identity Store User Base DN: The root distinguished name below which you want to
upload Oracle Fusion Applications user data. This is the root for all the user data in your
identity store. It defaults from the idm.properties file.
• Identity Store Group Base DN: The root distinguished name for all the group data in
your identity store. It defaults from the idm.properties file.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 19
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• OIM Host: The host name where OIM services are running
• OIM Port: The port for the OIM managed server
• OIM Admin Server Host: The host name where Admin server of OIM Domain is
running
• OIM Admin Port: The port for Admin server for OIM Domain
• OIM Administrator User Name and Password IDM Keystore File: Specify the
location of the file that is the JKS keystore containing the certificates for the Oracle
Identity Management components.
• IDM Keystore Password: Specify the password for the keystore file.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 20
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Identity Management Configuration
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Enter the Oracle Access Manager Configuration parameters necessary to integrate
applications identity administration and security functions such as single sign-on and policy
management with the Oracle Identity Management infrastructure associated with this
environment. All values, except as indicated, default from the idm.properties file.
• Oracle Access Manager Host: Name of the host where the Oracle Access Manager is
installed
• Oracle Access Manager Port: Port number for the Oracle Access Manager listener
• Access Server Identifier: Name used to identify the Oracle Access Server
• Enable Second Primary Oracle Access Manager: If you have configured another
Oracle Access Manager Server, specify the Second Access Server Identifier.
• OAM Simple Mode Passphrase: The passphrase used to secure the communication
with the OAM Server
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 21
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Access Manager Properties
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• OAM Policy Store Host: Name of the host for the LDAP where the OAM policies are to
be seeded
• OAM Policy Store Port: Port number of the LDAP where the OAM policies are to be
seeded
• OAM Policy Store Secure Port: Secure port for the LDAP where OAM policies are to
be seeded
• OAM Policy Store User Name: The Distinguished Name of the user that connects to
the policy store. This user needs to have read-write access to the policy store LDAP.
• OAM Policy Store Password: The password for the OAM policy store user. No default.
• OAM Policy Store SSL Enabled: Select this option if the policy store is SSL enabled
and required certificates are in the IDM certificates file provided. No default.
• OPSS Policy Store Host: Host name for OID where Oracle Platform Security Services
(OPSS) policies are to be seeded
• OPSS Policy Store Port: Number of the OID port for OPSS policy store
• OPSS Policy Store Secure Port: The secure port for OID
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Access Management Configuration
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• OPSS Policy Store Read-Write User Name: The Distinguished Name of the user that
can write to the Oracle Fusion Applications domain to the OPSS policy store
• OPSS Policy Store Read-Write Password: The password for the OPSS policy store
read-write user. No default.
• OPSS Policy Store JPS Root Node: The Distinguished Name of the node to be used
as the OPSS policy root
• OPPS Policy Store JPS Root Node Creation
• OPSS Policy Store SSL Enabled: Select this option if the OID used for storing OPSS
policies is SSL-enabled and the required certificates are provided in the IDM keystore.
• Authenticating WebGate Host: The host name of the Authenticating WebGate used by
the OAM Access server. No default.
• Authenticating WebGate Port: The number of the port on which the Authenticating
WebGate is listening
• Authenticating WebGate Secure Port: The number of the secure port on which the
Authenticating WebGate is listening
• Authenticating Webgate SSL Enabled: Select this option if the Authenticating
WebGate is SSL-enabled. No default.
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Access Management Configuration
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 24
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Oracle Identity Management Database
Configuration Parameters
• Used by the OWSM component: installed with OIM
• Select Single Instance Database or Real Application
Clusters appropriately where you have installed MDS for
OWSM.
• Specify the database schema name and password used to
store the Metadata Service (MDS) Repository data for
Oracle Web Services Policy Manager.
– Schema Owner: The MDS schema in the OIM database that
is used by Oracle Web Services Policy Manager
– Schema Owner Password: The password for the MDS
schema
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 25
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Business Intelligence Configuration
• Specify the Host name where Oracle Business Intelligence
Applications will be installed.
• Enter and confirm the RPD password.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 26
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Updating an Existing Plan
• During the process of creating a provisioning plan, you
may not be able to complete the process in one session.
• For example, you may need to verify some of the
configuration details, or you may need extra time to finish
the creation process.
• At any time during the creation process, but before you
actually provision an environment by using the plan, you
can elect to save a partially completed plan and resume
work on it at a later date.
• When you resume, select the wizard option to update an
existing provisioning plan and resume specifying plan
details.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 5 - 27
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Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to:
• Verify that the provisioning environment is ready for use
• Create a provisioning plan for implementing Oracle Fusion
Projects application in a single server locally
• Create a provisioning plan for implementing Oracle Fusion
Projects application in a shared (multiple server)
environment
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Provisioning a New Environment
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 2
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Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to use a
created provisioning plan to perform the following stages:
• Preverify
• Install
• Preconfigure
• Configure
• Postconfigure
• Startup
• Validate
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Provisioning provides scripts that read from the provisioning plan and take action for each
provisioning phase (also known as targets). As each phase is run, its progress is tracked. The
provisioning phases are:
• Preverify: Checks to see that all prerequisites for an installation are present
• Install: Installs applications, middleware, and database components. It creates the
applications Oracle home directory.
• Preconfigure: Prepares applications and middleware components for deployment.
Modifies the ADF configuration file to use the database, based on Oracle Metadata
Service (MDS) in the applications enterprise archive (EAR) files. It also updates the
connections.xml file in all applications EAR files with endpoint information.
• Configure: Creates and configures WebLogic domains, managed servers, and clusters;
applies templates; creates and configures data sources, queues, and topics; configures
middleware (wiring); and deploys applications product offerings to the appropriate
domains.
• Configure-secondary: Performs the configure actions on the primary or secondary
hosts or both. If there are no primary or secondary hosts, or if there are only primary
hosts, this phase runs but only takes action if it finds "other" hosts.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 3
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Provisioning Phases
The provisioning process is performed in these phases:
1. Preverify 3. Preconfigure 5. Postconfigure 7. Validate
2. Install 4. Configure 6. Startup
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• Postconfigure: Performs online tasks, such as configuring the node manager,
deployment of the service-oriented architecture composite, establishing Oracle HTTP
Server wiring, and setting up postdeployment security configuration
• Startup: Starts the WLS servers for each domain on the host where you are running this
phase
• Validate: Performs tasks such as server and application availability, successful loading
of security credentials
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 4
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If your environment uses shared disk for installing Fusion Applications, then usually the
primordial host runs the common domain.
In many cases, domains that involve several applications such as Financials may be spread
across two or more physical machines. In such a case, the machine that runs the
administration server for the domain is considered the primary host for the domain. The other
machines that also run the managed servers that belong to the same domain are called
secondary hosts. For a domain, there can be only one primary host.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 5
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Types of Hosts
Hosts in an applications environment that involves multiple
machines are classified as follows:
• Primordial Host: Considered as the owner of shared drive.
There is one, and only one, primordial host per shared
drive environment.
• Primary Host: The host where the administration server
and the managed server for a product family domain are
running
• Secondary Host: If a domain spans two physical servers,
the secondary host does not run an administration server.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 6
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Provisioning a New Environment
• To provision a new environment, you start the Provisioning
Wizard on the primordial host and run the preverify phase.
• You cannot make any changes to the product offerings for
this plan. You can make changes to the provisioning plan
details.
• Once you start the install phase on the primordial host, no
further changes are allowed to the provisioning plan.
• Run the phases in order, and complete each phase on all
hosts in your environment before you move to the next
phase.
• The Provisioning Wizard interface on the primordial host
acts as the processing engine and the monitor for tracking
the progress and success of each phase.
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During the interview process, you specify where the overall top folder will be located. Apart
from the work done in the /tmp directory, all provisioning operations will occur within the
confines of this folder. The top folder will typically have the following key directories:
• fusionapps: Almost all application and middleware installers install into this directory,
it contains applications, atgpf, bi, odi, wls, and so on.
• instance: This directory will contain the WebLogic domains created during the
configure phase in addition to some provisioning framework material.
• logs: Provisioning logs, broken down by host, phase, and family
• restart: Used internally by provisioning, this directory contains a backup of the
instance directory taken after each successful phase.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 7
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Folder Hierarchy
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In the beginning of each phase, you can start to use the Provisioning Wizard in the primordial
host. This will also show the log information in the screen. The Status column indicates the
progress of each phase for each host:
• Block: Processing has not yet started on this host for the named phase
• Clock: Performing the build for a phase
• Check mark (in green): The build was completed successfully
• Exclamation mark: The build for this phase was completed with exceptions
• x (in red): The build has failed for this phase. You must correct the errors before
continuing.
Select the icon in the Log column to view details of all the build processes. If there is a Log file
icon beside a build process message, you can select that file to see the details of a specific
build.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 8
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Viewing Provisioning Status
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Typically, you start the preverify phase on primordial host by using the Provisioning Wizard.
The primordial host is marked with a Home symbol in the Host column. Once you complete
this phase on the primordial, you can start on other hosts. You should use the command line
to run the provisioning stages on other hosts. Once you initiate the process on other hosts,
the wizard shows the status of those machines as well. The build processes for those hosts
are also shown.
Once this phase has completed successfully on all hosts associated with this environment,
click Next to initiate the next phase.
You can also use the command line interface to start the preverify phase.
The simple command line syntax for the preverify phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target preverify
- For example:
$> runProvisioning.sh
–plan /fusion/provisioning/plans/myproj.plan
–override /fusion/provisioning/plans/myproj.override
–target preverify
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 9
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Prerequisite Verify (Preverify) Phase
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In this case, a previous run of provisioning was cleaned up. However, the entries in the
Identity Management environment seem to have not been cleaned up. To proceed further, the
precreated entries may need to be cleaned up.
However, if this is a case of adding another application by using the same Identity
Management repository, you should create groups and users in the plan and resume
provisioning.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 10
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Preverify: Error Handling
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This phase installs the Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle
Database products on the host where you started the installation process.
Note that at the end of this phase you would have created the directories and loaded all the
component binaries, and created entries in the oraInventory.
In this phase, all the components are installed, that is the binaries are loaded to the directory
specified in the provisioning plan.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 11
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Installation Phase
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After the install phase, you can see the binaries for products and the applications are loaded
into the fusionapps folder under the APPL_TOP (/fa_home/app_home) hierarchy.
Notice also that the instances folder does not have a domains folder yet.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 12
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Install Phase: Resultant Directory Structure
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The preconfiguration phase prepares Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion
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On machines other than the primordial machine, you should run the preconfiguration phase
by using the command line interface.
The simple command line syntax for running the preconfiguration phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target preconfigure
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 13
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Preconfiguration Phase
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In the preconfiguration phase, the group and user entries that you have specified in the plan
are created in the identity store. Also, the cn=jpsroot entry is created in the policy store.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 14
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Preconfiguration: LDAP Entries
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In the configure phase, WebLogic domains are created (configured) with required managed
servers, and clusters for Oracle Fusion Applications.
The domains and managed servers are configured on the machines specified in the plan. To
enable domains to be configured in machines other than the primordial machine, you should
run the configure phase on those machines by using the command line interface.
The simple command line syntax for the configuration phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target configure
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 15
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Configure Phase
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 16
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Configure Phase: Domains Folder
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Configuration of all the domains, corresponding servers, and clusters are completed in the
configure secondary phase. All the domain administration servers are also started up.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 17
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Configure Secondary
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This phase performs online tasks, such as SOA composite deployment, flexfield generation,
and OID seeding on the host where you started the process.
The simple command line syntax for the postconfigure phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target postconfigure
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 18
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Postconfigure Phase
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This phase starts the managed servers for Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion
Middleware products on the host where you started the process.
The simple command line syntax for the startup phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target startup
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 19
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Startup Phase
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This phase performs a variety of postprovisioning validation tasks, such as server and
application availability, successful loading of security credentials, and validation of data
source on the host where you started the process.
The simple command line syntax for the validation phase is:
$> runProvisioning.sh –plan <plan-file-location> -override
<override-file-location> -target validate
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 20
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Validation Phase
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When all phases have been completed on all hosts, review the configuration of the new
environment. In the message pane at the bottom of the screen, view suggestions for the tasks
required to finish this installation.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 21
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Provisioning Complete
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The Provisioning Wizard provides access to log files at the phase level and the domain level.
The files are available in a shared location that is accessible from all hosts. As build
messages appear for each phase, each includes a log file icon that reports on the creation of
each product family domain. In addition, you can access a log file for each phase tracking
screen in the Log column.
If the status of either a phase or a build reports an error message, that message is displayed
in the message pane at the bottom of the associated screen in the Provisioning Wizard. Click
the appropriate log file icon to see details and error messages.
You can search for a specific text string in the log file, or move forward and backward through
the content. Log files contain a wrap feature so that the text can be more easily printed, or
forwarded as email.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 22
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Log and Error Messages
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Provisioning is a complex and time-consuming process. Provisioning provides an extensive
logging to facilitate troubleshooting such errors. In addition, the provisioning framework
enables you to clean up and restore in each provisioning phase. The cleanup and restore
feature can often prevent the complete abandonment of the provisioning effort and having to
start over from scratch.
As part of each successful phase, the contents of the critical instance directory is backed up
in the restart directory. For example, at the end of the configure phase, the instance
directory is backed up as backup_configure. Another example: if a fatal error occurs in the
install phase, you can run the following two companion phases to prepare for another attempt
at postconfigure:
• cleanup-postconfigure: This phase shuts down managed servers, admin servers, and
the WebTier processes that might be running.
• restore-postconfigure: This phase deletes the existing instance directory and replaces
it with the backup from the end of configure-secondary. It then restarts any necessary
servers and processes so that the system is in exactly the same state as it was
immediately before the original attempt at postconfigure.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 23
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Recovery After Failure
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Before the next attempt to restart installation, you should determine the cause of the error and
address the issue. This may involve manual workarounds such as reassigning different posts
or applying a patch.
The concept of cleanup and restore operations applies to all other provisioning phases. When
a failure occurs in a particular phase, you can retry by running cleanup for that phase,
followed by restore.
The Retry button is available in the Provisioning Wizard to initiate the cleanup and restore
operation from the primordial machine. Initiating the retry operation affects the full phase, and
you have to rerun the phase on all hosts after the cleanup and restore operation is complete.
The Provisioning Wizard invokes the cleanup and restore targets on the primordial host. After
all cleanup and restore operations are complete on that host, the wizard runs the same phase
for the host where it is running. You must rerun the phase from the command line on the other
hosts.
If local domain configuration is disabled (as in our lab environments), the cleanup and restore
operations can only be run from the primordial, WebTier, Global Order Promising (GOP), and
BI machines.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 24
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This is an example showing failure at the preconfigure phase on the primordial machine.
Notice that the cause of failure seems to be that the group cn=Monitors could be created in
or loaded to the LDAP (OID). This could be because this user entry is already existing. To fix
this issue, you should log in to the LDAP and determine whether cn=Monitors exists.
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Using the Oracle Directory Services Manager, an administrative interface provided with
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DIT, log in as an administrative user of the LDAP.
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Once logged in, you can access the Data Browser tab to see the DIT in the left panel. Expand
successively the dc=com, dc=oracle, dc=us, and cn=Groups nodes. Notice that it already
has the cn=Monitors entry.
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Delete this entry by right-clicking the cn=Monitors entry and then selecting Delete from the
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Return to the Provisioning Wizard interface and click Retry.
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The wizard performs the cleanup and restore operations on the primordial machine. If you had
run the preconfigure on other participating nodes, the wizard would advise you about on
which machines you should run the cleanup and restore operations.
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Now that the error condition is completely addressed, the preconfigure operation completes
successfully on the primordial machine.
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Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager provides a single user interface for performing all
tasks related to Oracle Fusion Applications setup after installation and helps you to easily
move the setup data between instances to reduce implementation time.
Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager offers:
• A single entry point to set up applications, which enables you to manage all aspects of
functional setup in one interface
• A built-in decision tree to fine tune your configuration
• Prepackaged facilities to export and import setup data consistently and quickly
• Preseeded setup templates and guided task flows
• Built-in collaboration and reporting
• Extensibility to create custom setup objects
• Rapid start with predefined configuration packages
• Capability to easily import offerings from one instance to another and easily distribute
new offerings
• A user interface to review the topology hierarchy and configuration of your installation
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 32
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Functional Setup Manager
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Benefits of Functional Setup Manager
• Minimizing time to deploy with predefined setup offerings,
guided and sequential task lists, and the ability to set up
once and import or export to many instances
• Enabling you to configure offerings to fit your business
needs; you can create custom tasks and task lists to
extend offerings
• Maximizing productivity by offering built-in analysis and
reporting functionality
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The basic steps for implementing an application by using the Oracle Fusion Functional Setup
Manager include the following:
• The implementation manager reviews and understands the offerings during the planning
phase, then selects the offerings, options, and features to implement.
• The implementation manager then creates an implementation project and assigns the
setup tasks.
• The functional user reviews and executes the assigned setup tasks, and validates the
implementation.
• The implementation manager deploys the implementation to the production environment
by preparing the configuration package and exporting the setup data from the
development instance and importing it in the production instance.
• The functional user maintains the environment with ongoing setup changes.
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Functional Setup Manager: Usage
• Implementation manager: Oversee the implementation,
create the application implementation projects, configure
offerings, and assign users
• Functional users: Enter and verify the setup data for the
functional area of their expertise, and execute the setup
tasks
• Implementation consultants: Assume the roles of both the
implementation manager and the functional user.
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• Start /stop environment: In your Fusion Applications environment, you may need to
stop and start different components at different times to perform maintenance or backup
operations. Because components within Oracle Fusion Applications are dependent on
one another, it is important to start and stop components in the proper order. For
example, when stopping the entire environment, you stop Oracle HTTP Server to
discontinue incoming requests before stopping other components.
• Monitor port usage: The Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware components
and services use ports. Most port numbers are assigned during installation. As an
administrator, it is important to know the port numbers used by these services and to
ensure that the same port number is not used by two services on your host.
• Configure passwords: Change the passwords for the various administrative accounts
to secure the administrative environment.
• Manage the Oracle Database: Manage the Oracle Database by reviewing the
initialization parameters, database storage structure, memory allocation, unlock, and
reset passwords for predefined database users.
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Administration Tasks
• Start environment
• Monitor port usage
• Configure passwords
• Manage the database
• Configure security
• Monitor the performance
• Manage logs and diagnostic information
• Backup
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• Configure security: Configure security features available to all applications that run on
Oracle Fusion Middleware, including:
- Configuring identity provisioning in LDAP stores
- Securing communication to and from your application through SSL
- Managing security credentials and their containers (keystores and wallets) for your
application
• Monitor your environment: Monitor the health of the Oracle Fusion Applications
environment and ensure that it performs optimally.
• Manage log files and diagnostics information: Configure log and incident settings
and use log files to track normal operations of your Oracle Fusion Applications. Use and
organize diagnostic tests to help you verify that your Oracle Fusion Applications are
operating correctly.
• Back up your environment: Back up your entire Oracle Fusion Applications
environment at once, and then periodically. If a loss occurs, you can restore your
environment to a consistent state.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 6 - 37
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Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to use a
provisioning plan and perform the following provisioning
phases:
• Preverify
• Install
• Preconfigure
• Configure
• Postconfigure
• Startup
• Validate
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Basic Administration
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 2
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Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Describe the different administration utilities in the Fusion
Applications environment
• Access and navigate to different sections of Fusion
Applications Control
• Start and stop different components of Fusion Applications
• Enable Fusion Applications Control to directly administer
Fusion Applications product families
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 3
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Basic Administration Tasks
• Start and stop the environment
– Database
– WebLogic Server components including Node Manager
– BI components
– Identity Management
– HTTP Server
• Navigate through Fusion Applications Control
• View and change ports
• Prepare for use
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The administration tools for Oracle Fusion Applications include:
• Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Applications Control (Fusion Applications Control)
enables you to monitor and administer a product family within the Oracle Fusion
Applications environment.
• Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager guides you through the tasks of setting up the
functional data and reference data.
• Oracle Fusion Applications Diagnostic Dashboard enables you to register, execute, and
monitor diagnostic tests for Oracle Fusion Applications, and also work with diagnostic
test registration tags and purge diagnostic test results.
The administration tools for Oracle Fusion Middleware include:
• Fusion Applications Control, which enables you to monitor and administer Oracle Fusion
Middleware components within the Oracle Fusion Applications environment. Fusion
Applications Control also includes a System MBean Browser that enables you browse
the MBeans for an Oracle WebLogic Server or for a selected application.
• Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console, which enables you to manage the
Oracle WebLogic Server in each domain
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 4
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Administration Tools
• Oracle Fusion Application Administration:
– Fusion Applications Control
– Functional Setup Manager
– Diagnostic Dashboard
• Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration:
– Fusion Applications Control (extension of Fusion Middleware
Control)
– WLS Administration Console
– Command-line tools – wlst and opmnctl
• Oracle Database Administration
– Database Control
• The complete environment:
– Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
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• The Oracle Fusion Middleware command-line tools, such as wlst and opmnctl, which
enable you to manage Oracle Fusion Middleware components
The administration tool for Oracle Database includes:
• Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control to monitor and manage the Oracle
Database for the Oracle Fusion Applications
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 5
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Administration Tools
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 6
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Grid Control - Application Management Pack for Fusion Applications
• Suite Discovery
• System Management
• End-User Performance Management
• Business Transaction Management
• Configuration Management
Enterprise Manager Products in
Fusion Applications
Fusion Applications
(CRM)
Fusion Applications Control
Fusion Applications
(Financials)
Fusion Applications Control
• Topology Discovery
• Application Performance Monitoring
• Business-IT Alignment
• Topology Discovery
• Application Performance Monitoring
• Business-IT Alignment
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Fusion Applications Control is a web browser-based, graphical user interface that you can
use to monitor a product family and its products. It also enables you to monitor and administer
Oracle Fusion Applications and an Oracle Fusion Middleware farm.
The Fusion Applications product families appear as nodes in the navigation tree. By using
this, you can drill down and access the application-oriented view of the environment.
Similarly, the Fusion Middleware components appear under the Farm node of the navigation
tree. You can use the Farm node to access the middleware component (such as WLS
domain, cluster, and so on) view of the environment.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 7
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Fusion Applications Control
• It is a Java EE application running in the Administration
Server.
• It has a web browser-based GUI to monitor a product
family and its products.
• It is enabled to monitor and administer Oracle Fusion
Applications and an Oracle Fusion Middleware farm.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 8
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CRM Domain
Fusion Applications Control
Technical Architecture
Administration Server
Domain Runtime
MBean Server
Edit
Mbean server
Order Capture Cluster
JMX
JMX
Sales Cluster
Managed Server Managed Server
SOA Cluster
JMX`
ESS Cluster
DB
Control
Database
Managed Server Managed Server
Managed Server Managed Server
Managed Server Managed Server
Apps
Control
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There is one Fusion Applications Control for each WLS domain that you configured in your
Fusion Applications environment. The Fusion Applications Control runs as em application on
the Administration Server for each domain.
The username and password are configured in the Identity Management environment, and
used during provisioning plan creation and provisioning run.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 9
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Fusion Applications Control
• Each Fusion Application domain is enabled with a Fusion
Application Control.
• Fusion Application Control access URL can be viewed
from the plan summary file.
• The access URL refers to the Web Tier interface.
...
Common Domain
Admin Server
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Admin Console
http://edfar1p5:11133/console
Enterprise Manager Welcome Page
http://edfar1p5:11133/em
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While the administrative tasks in a WebLogic Server domain can be performed by using
WebLogic Server Administration Console, you need Fusion Middleware control to monitor and
manage system components such as Oracle HTTP Server (Web Tier) that are not purely Java
components and are not contained within a WebLogic Server domain.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 10
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Uses of Fusion Application Control
You can use Fusion Application Control to:
• Deploy and undeploy SOA Composite applications
• Monitor SOA Composite applications
• Modify Oracle BPEL Process Manager MBean properties
• Debug applications such as Oracle BPEL Process
Manager applications
• Deploy and undeploy ADF applications
• Deploy and undeploy Java EE applications
• Configure and manage auditing
• Configure SSL
• View and manage log files
• Manage system components
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A farm is a collection of components managed by Fusion Applications Control. It can contain
an Oracle WebLogic Server domain, one Administration Server, one or more Managed
Servers, clusters, and the Oracle Fusion Middleware components that are installed,
configured, and running in the domain.
Fusion Applications Control organizes a wide variety of performance data and administrative
functions into distinct, web-based home pages for the product family, products, Oracle Fusion
Applications, farm, domain, servers, and Oracle Fusion Middleware components. The Fusion
Applications Control home pages make it easy to locate the most important monitoring data
and the most commonly used administrative functions for various targets—all from your web
browser.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 11
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Fusion Applications Control: Farm
• Farm is a collection of components managed by Fusion
Applications Control and contains:
– An Oracle WebLogic Server domain
— One Administration Server
— Oracle WebLogic Managed Servers
— Oracle WebLogic Server Clusters
– System Components such as
— Web Tier
— SOA Composites, and so on
– Deployed applications
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To get to the online help while you are using Fusion Applications Control:
• Select Enterprise Manager Help from the Help menu to learn how to perform the
common tasks associated with the current page.
The Oracle Fusion Applications online help is organized into the following topic areas:
• Managing Oracle Fusion Applications Release 1 > How Do I? topics provide information
on the common Oracle Fusion Applications administration tasks.
• Managing Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g > How Do I? topics provide information on the
common Oracle Fusion Middleware administration tasks, as well as access to the
administration guides that are included in the online help system.
• Target Metrics provide definitions and other information about specific performance
metrics that are available on the Oracle Fusion Middleware management and monitoring
pages. See Get Information About Performance Metrics for Oracle Fusion Applications
to obtain a definition of a specific performance metric from these pages.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 12
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Fusion Applications Control: Online Help
You can get contextual help for managing the Oracle Fusion
Applications environment.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 13
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Tools Used for Start / Stop
For most WLS components, startup is aided by use of Node Manager.
Node manager is started in each machine by default.
Component Tool Used
Database Database Control or SQLPlus
Business Intelligence Fusion Applications Control or the opmnctl
Enterprise Scheduler Fusion Applications Control
HTTP Server Fusion Applications Control or the opmnctl
WebLogic Server domain Fusion Applications Control, WLS Admin
Console, or WLST
WLS Admin Server Fusion Applications Control, WLS Admin
Console, or WLST
WLS Managed Server Fusion Applications Control, WLS Admin
Console, or WLST
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 14
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Order of Starting Fusion
Applications Environment
To start the complete Oracle Fusion Applications environment,
perform the following tasks:
• Start the Fusion Applications transaction database.
• Start the Oracle Identity Management environment.
• Start the Administration Servers in all the domains.
• Start the Managed Servers.
• Start the Oracle Business Intelligence components.
• Start the Oracle HTTP Server.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 15
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Starting Transaction Database
• Before starting the database, start the database listener
process.
• Then use SQLPlus to start the transaction database.
• A sample script to start transaction database is shown
here:
$> cat ~/start_db.sh
export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/dbhome_1
export ORACLE_SID=fusiondb
export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/bin
$ORACLE_HOME/bin/lsnrctl start
$ORACLE_HOME/bin/sqlplus "/ as sysdba" <<!
startup
exit
!
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 16
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Preliminary Database Management
• Storage on disk:
– Oracle Database can automate much of the management of
its structure.
– You can view the database storage structure by using Oracle
Enterprise Manager Database Control.
• Memory usage:
– Oracle Database memory usage is in two main parts:
— System Global Area (SGA)
— Program Global Area (PGA)
– You can allocate total memory (memory target) for the
database and let it manage internal allocations.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 17
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Start Identity Management Environment
• The Identity Management environment has a number of
components.
• You can start the Identity Management environment in the
following order:
– Start the identity store and policy store databases.
– Start the Oracle Identity Management domain.
— Start the Administration Server.
— Start the managed servers for SOA, OIM, and OAM.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 18
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Starting Oracle HTTP Server and BI Processes
• Use opmnctl in the Web Tier instance to start all the Web
Tier processes.
• Similarly, you can start BI processes.
$> cd /fa_home/instance/CommonDomain_webtier/bin
$> ./opmnctl startall
$> ./opmnctl status
$> cd /fa_home/instance/BIinstance/bin
$> ./opmnctl startall
$> ./opmnctl status
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Node Manager component of WebLogic Server runs as a process in each physical machine
of the Fusion Applications environment. During the provisioning process, all the WebLogic
Server domains configured in the machine are registered with the node manager of that
machine.
You can configure Node Manager as a service, and enable it to be started automatically when
the machine starts up.
During the provisioning process, a script called startNodeManagerWrapper.sh is created
in the fusionapps/wlserver_10.3/common/nodemanager/<machine-name> folder.
This script is used to start Node Manager for each machine.
The nodemanager.domains file in this folder contains the domains registered with the node
manager that runs on that machine. The following example shows an environment where
BIDomain is the only domain running on EDFAR1P5.
$> cd
/fa_home/team1/fusionapps/wlserver_10.3/common/nodemanager/
edfar1p5
$> more nodemanager.domains
#Wed May 11 15:54:58 UTC 2011
BIDomain=/fa_home/team1/instance/domains/edfar1p5/BIDomain
$>
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 19
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Starting WLS Servers
• Start Node Manager
– Navigate to the /<machine-name> subfolder in
fusionapps/wlserver_10.3/common/nodemanager.
– Execute startNodeManagerWrapper.sh.
• Start the Administration Server
– Invoke WLST, connect to Node Manager, and start the
administration server for each domain in that machine
— java weblogic..WLST
— nmConnect
— nmStart
• Start the Managed Server:
– Invoke WLST and connect to the administration server
— java weblogic..WLST
— connect
– Start the Managed Server
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 20
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Stopping Order
To stop the Oracle Fusion Applications environment, perform
the following tasks:
• Stop the Managed Servers.
• Stop the Oracle HTTP Server.
• Stop the Oracle Business Intelligence components.
• Stop the Administration Servers.
• Stop the Oracle Identity Management Environment.
• Stop the Oracle Database.
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To use the fastartstop utility, you should ensure that the node manager is running in the
machines hosting WLS domains of Fusion Applications. Also, it requires the AdminServer of
the CommonDomain to be running. If the AdminServer of the CommonDomain is not running,
the fastartstop utility will start the AdminServer of CommonDomain first before starting or
stopping the domains.
When you use the fastartstop utility to start a domain, all the Managed Servers are
started and the Administration Server of the domain is stopped after all the Managed Servers
have been started.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 21
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
The fastartstop Utility
• You can use the fastartstop utility to start and stop
WLS and Application components.
• This utility is installed in the admin folder under
Middleware home.
• Typical command syntax is:
– fastartstop.sh start|stop -all -username
user_name -password password -appbase
APPLICATIONS_BASE
Option Description
-username Name of the Oracle Fusion Middleware administration
user, such as FAAdmin
-password Password for the administration user
-appbase Full path of Oracle Fusion Applications
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 22
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• The fastartstop utility uses the SetupDetails.xml
file to determine the entities to start and stop.
• SetupDetails.xml is located in MW_HOME/admin folder
for each product family.
• Typical entry in SetupDetails.xml:
<?xml version = '1.0' encoding = 'UTF-8'?>
<DomainServers><ServerInfo
ServerHostName="host01.example.com"
AdminServerName="AdminServer"
NodeManagerPort="5556"
NodeManagerHost="host01.example.com"
DomainRootDir="/fa_home/app_home/instance/domains/hos
t01.example.com/CommonDomain"
DomainType="CommonDomain" DomainName="CommonDomain"
AdminPort="7101"/>
</DomainServers>
SetupDetails.xml
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 23
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Using fastartstop
• Sample code to start CRM domain
• Sample code to stop CRM domain
/fa_home/app_home/fusionapps/applications/lcm/ad/bin/fas
tartstop.sh
-Start -domains CRMDomain
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-appbase /fa_home/app_home/fusionapps/applications
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-Stop -domains CRMDomain
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You can start and stop the WebLogic domain and its subordinate components, such as
cluster, server, or application, by using Fusion Application Control.
To effectively use the starting of components, especially where components are on a machine
different from the one where the Administration Server is running, you should be running the
node manager on the machines involved.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 24
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Starting / Stopping by Using
Fusion Applications Control
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 25
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Starting / Stopping Web Tier Components
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 26
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Viewing Log Messages
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 27
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
WebLogic Server Administration Console
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 28
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Viewing Ports
• You can view the ports used by different components by
using the corresponding component page in Fusion
Applications Control.
• The ports are assigned during the installation of the
components.
• You can change the port number for some of the
components.
• You can view the administration guides for an individual
component.
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 7 - 29
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Summary
In this lesson, you should have learned how to:
• Describe the different administration utilities in the Fusion
Applications environment
• Access and navigate to different sections of Fusion
Applications Control
• Start and stop different components of Fusion Applications
• Enable Fusion Applications Control to directly administer
Fusion Applications product families
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Monitoring Applications
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 2
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Objectives
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
• Monitor Fusion Applications product families
• Monitor Fusion Middleware components in the Fusion
Applications environment
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 3
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Fusion Applications Control
• Using Fusion Applications Control, you can monitor:
– The status of WLS servers, databases, status of all
scheduled job requests, and overall state and performance
of product families and products
– The relationship between a deployed product family and its
products by using the topology view
– The status of individual product instances
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The product family and product home pages allow you to monitor various aspects of your
servers and applications. The main steps in monitoring product families and products are as
follows:
• Verify component status.
• View and modify performance metrics.
• Monitor the status of any scheduled jobs.
To monitor a product family or product in Fusion Applications Control:
• Navigate to the product family and product home page:
- To access the product family home page, from the navigation section, select the
name of the product family.
- To access the product home page, from the navigation section, expand the
product family, then Products, and then select the product.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Monitoring Product Families and Products
The product family and product home pages allow you to
monitor various aspects of your applications and servers.
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The product family home page interface has the following main sections:
• Applications and Infrastructure: The Applications and Infrastructure section displays
the status of the database, deployed Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion
Middleware itself. The Fusion Applications and Fusion Middleware pie charts display the
percentage of Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware servers that
are currently up or down. The number of applications and servers that are running or
down is shown below each pie chart.
• Key Performance Indicators: The Key Performance Indicators section displays the
main performance metrics related to the product family or product. By default, these
metrics are displayed in a graphical format. Alternatively, you can display the
performance metrics in tabular format instead. In the performance graph, place the
mouse over a particular metric to view only the data for that metric. You can add or
remove metrics from the Key Performance Indicators section. You can also change the
order in which the metrics are displayed.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 5
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Product Family Page: Sections
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The Topology section displays the components of the product family or product. For example,
the Topology section in the Product Family home page displays the product family or families
under the Oracle Fusion Applications heading, and the related products under the Products
heading. In the Product home page, the Topology section displays the same information, with
the irrelevant products and Oracle Fusion Applications grayed out.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 6
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Product Family Page: Topology Section
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The Oracle Enterprise Scheduler sections display information pertaining to scheduled jobs
running in relation to the product or product family. The Oracle Enterprise Scheduler sections
are as follows.
• Top Long Running Job Requests: This section displays information about the top ten
long running scheduled job requests, including request ID, job definition used, the
product, and time elapsed since the job executed.
• Recently Completed Job Requests (Last 24 Hours): This section displays information
about the most recent scheduled jobs completed within the last 24 hours, including job
definition used, the product, the number of completed and failed requests, the
percentage of successfully completed job requests, and the time elapsed from
execution.
• Ready Job Requests: This section displays the scheduled job requests that are
awaiting execution, including the job definition used, the product, and the number of jobs
that are ready to run.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 7
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Product Family Page: Enterprise Scheduler
Section
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The following two sections are specific to Oracle Fusion Applications Product home page:
• Fusion Applications: The Oracle Fusion Applications section displays the Oracle
Fusion Applications that are part of the product and have been installed. Each
application may include instances running on other servers in the domain.
• Servers: The Servers section displays the names of the domain, clusters, and servers
running the Oracle Fusion Application. The table listing the clusters and servers displays
the status of each item, indicating whether they are up or down. Additionally, the table
displays other data such as the number of sessions currently active, the number of
requests received per minute, and the time required to process a request.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 8
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Product Page
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The Performance Summary page displays an overview of the performance metrics for a given
product. Typically, several default metrics are displayed on the page in the form of graphs. A
number of metrics are tracked, and these can be added to the Performance Summary page.
Each product belonging to a given product family has its own set of metrics.
You can modify the performance page as follows:
• Add or remove metrics from the page.
• Display performance data in tabular format.
• Save or delete a set of performance charts.
• Re-organize the display of charts, for example move charts up or down.
• Display the performance metrics of another product family on top of the current chart
sets, or display earlier metrics of the same product family on top of current metrics.
• Toggle on or off the grid on the performance chart set.
• Modify the performance time period.
To view and modify a product’s business performance summary page in Fusion Applications
Control:
• From the navigation section, select the product family name, and then expand the
Products folder.
• In the Products folder, click the product name.
• The product home page is displayed. You can view the key metrics for the product in the
Key Performance Indicators section.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 9
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Monitoring Business Performance Metrics
for a Product
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To view a product family’s business performance summary page in Fusion Applications
Control:
• Access the Product Family menu and select Key Performance Indicators. The product
family home page is displayed. You can view the key metrics for the product family in
the Key Performance Indicators section.
• Click Show Metric Palette to display the metrics section.
You can modify the metrics that are displayed in the Key Performance Indicators section.
• In the Metrics Palette, select the metrics you want to display in the Key Performance
Indicators section.
• You can search for a particular metric. In the Metrics Palette Search field, enter the
name of the metric that you want to find and click the Search button.
• You can change the order in which metrics are displayed on the Key Performance
Indicators section, or delete a metric from the display.
• Click the bar to the left of the metric name and drag the metric up or down.
• Click Close in the upper-right corner of the metric to delete it from the display.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 10
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Managing the Display of Key Performance Indicators
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 11
Topology Viewer displays the topology of the product family, including the middleware
relationships and the products and applications in the product family.
Target Name is the name of the currently selected target.
The General Information Icon provides information about the target. For example, for a
domain, it displays the target name, the version, and the domain home.
The Context section provides the name of the target, the name of the current user, the host
name, and the time of the last page refresh, as well as the Refresh icon.
Expand All/Collapse All lets you expand or collapse the navigation tree.
Refresh indicates when the page is being refreshed. Click it to refresh a page with new data.
(Refreshing the browser window refreshes the page but does not retrieve new data.)
Return to login takes you to the login page when you click the Oracle Enterprise Manager
logo.
In addition, from Fusion Applications Control, from the home pages of targets such as the
Administration Server or Managed Servers, you can access the WebLogic Server
Administration Console. For information about configuring single sign-on between Fusion
Middleware Control and the WebLogic Server Administration Console, see “Configuring
Single Sign-On for Administration Consoles” in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise
Deployment Guide for Oracle Identity Management.
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Topology Viewer
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Moving the cursor over a component under the Oracle Fusion Applications heading highlights
the related product under the Product heading, and vice versa. In the Product Family home
page, clicking a product in the Topology section displays the Product home page for that
product. Clicking the name of the Oracle Fusion Applications product family in the Topology
section displays the Oracle Fusion Application instances running on servers in the application
cluster.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 12
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Cluster Home Page
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The Fusion Applications tab shows the status of a given clustered Oracle Fusion J2EE
application. When expanding an application, the individual instances of the Oracle Fusion are
displayed, each running on different servers. A status is displayed for each of these individual
application deployments.
A pie chart indicates the percentage of Fusion applications in the product family that are up
and running within the farm domain.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 13
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Applications and Infrastructure Page
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The product family and product home pages allow you to monitor various aspects of your
servers and applications. The main steps in monitoring product families and products are as
follows:
• Verify component status.
• View and modify performance metrics.
• Monitor the status of any scheduled jobs.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 14
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Application Performance Monitoring
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You can view and modify the performance metrics in this section by clicking the View Actions
menu in the section and selecting Select Metrics.
You can save metric charts to a file by selecting View Actions > Save charts.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 15
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Key Performance Indicators
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You can view the status of an application.
When expanding a node for an application, the individual instances of the application are
shown. The instances of the application may be running on different machines.
A status is displayed for each of these individual application deployments.
A pie chart indicates the percentage of Fusion applications in the product family that are up
and running within the farm domain.
Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 16
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Detailed Monitoring
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 17
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Application Performance Monitoring
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Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Technology Stack Monitoring
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Fusion Applications: Installation and Administration 8 - 19
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Summary
After completing this lesson, you should have learned how to:
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• Monitor Fusion Middleware components in the Fusion
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