Primavera Gateway Installation
In this section, we walk through on Primavera Gateway installation on Windows machine. Primavera Gateway required ADF Runtime (FMW) server to support its API, and it should be deployed on the managed server. This section is intended to use in a development environment because the software downloads mentioned below will vary in Production server (edelivery.oracle.com).
Primavera Gateway Version: 18.104.22.168
Download and install fmw_22.214.171.124.0_infrastructure.jar (Click ADF Runtime installation for instruction)
Download Primavera Gateway >> Go to http://edelivery.oracle.com >> Sign In >> Type Primavera Gateway in the search bar >> Choose the Platform to Windows >> Click Continue >> Accept the agreement >> Download ‘Primavera Gateway 15 R2 for Windows X86-64’
Primavera Gateway Installation:
Unzip the Primavera Gateway downloaded file >> Move into the Primavera_Gateway_15_2_win64\Disk1\install directory >> Double click the setup.exe
The installation wizard opened on the screen, Click Next to continue
Choose as shown below and click Next
Choose a directory to install the Gateway software files and click Next
Input the database connection, ensure sure to enable Service in this wizard to deploy it in the managed server. Managed server supports only Service.
Choose your installed WebLogic directory and click Next
Input WebLogic domain password, It will create a WebLogic domain for Primavera Gateway
Enable the Managed Server Deployment and Click Next
Specify the MDS database information and click Next
Note: The MDS Schema prefix is the one we created during the RCU creation of fmw_126.96.36.199.0_infrastructure (Step 4)
Input Password for Primavera Gateway and Click Next
Accept default and click Next
The installation will be progress on the screen
Click Finish to complete the installation.
The Primavera Gateway installation is completed in your WebLogic domain home directory, Use the startWeblogic.cmd and stopWeblogic.cmd to start/stop the Primavera Gateway
By default, PGateway is installed on the port 8201 and context is gatewayms (http://localhost:8201/gatewayms).
Log in with your Gateway admin user (gatewayadmin) provided in step 10.
That’s all. Primavera Gateway installation is completed.Please share your comments below
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