How to install Oracle WebCenter content 11.1.1.9.0 – Part 3 – Create Domain

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This is the continuation to install Oracle WebCenter Part 2. This section, we are going to create a WebLogic domain for WebCenter. The domain is where the WebCenter servers will be residing; All the WebCenter related files, startup/shutdown scripts, performance parameters will reside in the domain; Let’s begin to install Oracle WebCenter 

 

Install Oracle WebCenter  – Domain Creation

 

1. Go to MW_HOME\oracle-common\common\bin folder and double click on the config.cmd

 

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2. The domain configuration wizard opens on the screen. Toggle on Create a new WebLogic domain & Click Next

 

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3. Toggle on Oracle Universal Content Management – Content Server & Click Next

Note: You can add additional component here; To add Inbound Refinery, Toggle on the check box Inbound Refinery

 

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4. Input a domain name and Click Next

 

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5. Input passwords for WebLogic

 

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6. Select the option to depend on your environment & Click Next

 

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7. Toggle on the UCM Schema & Input the database credential of Web Center schema that you provided in Step 9, WebCenter Schema Creation

 

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10. Make sure the UCM Schema connection is successful and click Next

 

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11. Select the Administration Server, Managed Servers, Clusters and Machines and Click Next

 

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12. Modify the WebLogic Admin Server port this screen if you want & Click Next

 

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13. Change the WebCenter port if you want. Click on the Add button to add another server here. For this installation, I accepted the default configuration & Click Next

 

Note: If you plan to do a cluster then add a server, and change only the Listen address that equals to the domain name of that machine

 

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14. Click the Add button to add a cluster;

 

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15. Move the UCM_Server1 under that cluster by clicking on the right arrow

 

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16. Click on the Add button to add a machine so that you can control the WebCenter server from WebLogic admin console remotely

 

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17. Move the UCM_Server1 under the machine

 

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18. Click Next on Target Deployments to Clusters or Servers

 

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19. Click Next again

 

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20. Click Create on the Configuration Summary page

 

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21. Click on the Done button to exit the wizard

 

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What Next?

We have completed to install Oracle WebCenter. Click on the following link for How to start, stop and validate WebCenter

 

How to install Oracle WebCenter content 11.1.1.9.0 – Part 4 – Start Script

 

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By | 2017-06-10T14:12:08+00:00 April 26th, 2017|Categories: webcenter|Tags: , , |26 Comments
  • Hoang

    When I double click on the config.cmd, there is an error as the picture below. Please help me to fix. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5328088ff7b47e22badc446edb8bfb4d4efd185f67d7e523a22b6aaa152cdb5f.png

    • Govindan Padmanaban

      Java is not able to allocate enough memory to run the Config wizard. Free up some memory and try again.

      • Hoang
        • Govindan Padmanaban

          Reboot the machine and try again. If not worked, uninstall Java , reboot the machine, install Java and try again.

          • Hoang

            When we uninstall Java, then install again, is it affected to step 1 and step 2 ?

            • Govindan Padmanaban

              Give the same path again. Download and install JDK 64 bit version. Even if it affects, edit the file and set the below parameter

              Set JAVA_HOME=[JDK_HOME_DIRECTORY]

              • Hoang

                Currently, I am using JDK 64 bit Version 8 update 101. Is it the right version ?

                • Govindan Padmanaban

                  Finally, identified the error is due to incorrect java version . You must use JDK 6 Update 40 as per the FMW certified JDK

                  http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/downloads/fmw-11gr1certmatrix.xls

                  Also, see the Pre-Requisites in the following post

                  http://www.catgovind.com/adf/how-to-install-adf-runtime-11-1-19-0-on-windows/

                  Look at the following link to download & install ‘older version of Java’; Make sure you select JAVA SE 2 on STEP 2 and download JDK 6 update 40 .

                  http://www.catgovind.com/java/how-to-install-specific-version-of-java-on-your-machine/

                  • Hoang

                    Thank you. However, if I want to install WebCenter Content which is integrated with EPPM 16.2 , how is JDK 6 Update 40 compatible with EPPM 16.2 ?

                    • Govindan Padmanaban

                      WebCenterdeployed on Web Logic 10.2.6 shold point to JDK 6
                      P6 deployed on Web Logic 12.1.3 should point to JDK 8

                      Note: I have not covered any integration in this site. You need to do the integration after installing the both application.

                    • Hoang

                      Yes, thank you very much for your support.

                    • Hoang

                      Can you give an integration guide after installing the both application or can you let me know the version of WebCenter which is intergrated with P6 16.2. I read in the EPPM 16.2 (16.2.0.0) Tested Configurations, they recommend that the Oracle WebCenter Content Core Capabilities is 11gR1 (11.1.1.9.0). However, as you know they both use different JDK. So, the EPPM 16.2 (16.2.0.0) Tested Configurations is not correct ?

                    • Govindan Padmanaban

                      The (P6 16.2.0) & (WebCenter 11.1.19.0) you installed So far is correct. P6 16.2 depends on WebCenter 11.1.1.9 and these blog posts explained the exact version.

                      As I explained before, both work independent and can be integrated. The P6 tested config explains the supported JDK version of P6 , not the WebCenter.

                    • Hoang

                      So we will install WebCenter 11.1.1.9 and EPPM in 2 servers then we will integrate them later on, right ? Can you help me how to integrate ? Can you provide installation service ? I need to be done this week. Please help.

                    • Govindan Padmanaban

                      Yes, On a typical Installation; Both installed on separate server; Click on the below link for the P6 WebCenter Integration documentation

                      http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E68198_01/English/Configuring/p6_eppm_content_repository_config/

                    • Hoang

                      Thanks. I found a way that we can install EPPM and WebCetner in the same server running multiple versions of Java on the same Windows machine. Please advise https://support.inductiveautomation.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/87/0/running-multiple-versions-of-java-on-the-same-windows-machine

                    • Govindan Padmanaban

                      yes, as I said earlier. You can install both on the same machine. I have installed BPM, P6, BI, WebCenter and BPM on the same machine and each running on different java . All you need to do is install different java supported by each application and input the the corresponding java path while installing the WebLogic. That’s it. If you already installed, then edit the startWeblogic.cmd or config.cmd file and adjust the java_home path.

                    • Hoang

                      Hi Govidan ! I now install EPPM 16.2, Oracle ECM and Oracle BPM with version 12.2.1.0 with the same java. I installed Oracle ECM firstly. Then I installed Oracle BPM with the same weblogic. So when I start the weblogic of BPM, it runs smoothly. However, when i start weblogic of ECM. It cannot start. I have 2 questions :
                      1. How to start weblogic of ECM ?
                      2. Can I use Weblogic of BPM for EPPM ?
                      Thanks and regards,
                      Hoang

                    • For P6 16.2, Oracle BPM version should be 12.1.3 & WebCenter should be 11.1.1.9.0;

                      1. Follow the link for instruction to start WebCenter, that is ECM.

                      http://www.catgovind.com/webcenter/step-by-step-instruction-of-oracle-webcenter-installation-11-1-1-9-0-part-4-startstop-webcenter/

                      2. Yes, You can run BPM & P6 EPPM on same WebLogic server, that is WebLogic 12.1.3 & WebCenter on separate WebLogic server, that is WebLogic 10.3.6

                      Note: If you plan to install P6 & BPM on a seperate WebLogic server, let say on Production machine then you need to install ADF runtime on top of the Generic WebLogic server 12.1.3 on P6 WebLogic server, create MDS schemas through RCU and extend the P6 domain with ‘Oracle WSM Manager’.

          • Govindan Padmanaban

            Also , edit the config.cmd file . Search for xmx and xms . Increase the value to 512m

            • Hoang

              There is no xmx and xms in the file. Please advise

              • Govindan Padmanaban

                Check for the parameter like below; If not exist , check the file commEnv.cmd

                set MEM_ARGS=-Xms128m -Xmx256m

                • Hoang

                  I have edit the parameter MEM_ARGS In the file commEnv but it has the same error.

          • Hoang

            I followed your instructions. However, it had the same error again

      • Hoang

        It has the same error when i try config.cmd from command prompt. Please advise

    • Govindan Padmanaban

      Also, try the config.cmd from command prompt. You will get the error output.

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