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    ORACLE 11i APPLICATIONS INSTALLATION

    (Single Node)

    ByNeeli Raghava

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    HOW TO INSTALL THE 11i APPLICATIONS :

    Get the Installation guide & Release Notes from Metalink.oracle.com or

    Otn.oracle.com orwww.4shared.com

    Get the software from Metalink.oracle.com

    Login by username & password

    Get the software which consists of many zip files

    Disk Space Requirements (file system)

    The size of the application tier file system objects in a single nodeinstallation

    (which includes iAS/8.0.6 ORACLE_HOME, COMMON_TOP, andAPPL_TOP) is

    approximately 26 GB.The disk size required for the database tier files is approximately 32

    GB for a fresh install database and 75 GB for a Vision Demodatabase

    A fresh install requires approximately 60 GB & Vision requires approximately 105

    GB.

    The size of the zip files is 24 GB. So we must have at least the space of 75 GB for the

    Mount point.

    Creation of OraInventory (oraInst .loc) is not required if it exits then you need to take

    a backup of this file, system itself creates.

    If you plan to install more than one system on a node, use the same oraInventory for

    all OUI-based installations.

    The location of the oraInventory is stored in the file oraInst.loc

    The default location for this file is : /etc/oraInst.loc and /var/opt/oracle for other

    UNIX platforms

    Contents of this file oraInventory are shown below

    From root user$ cd /etc/

    $ vi oraInst.loc

    The contents of oraInst.loc

    #oracle 11i Apps

    inventory_loc=/apps/oraprod/oraInventory

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    Setting up a single-node Installation:

    Running the Rapid Install wizard:

    start the Rapid Install wizard select a wizard operation

    Identify configuration

    choose installation type

    define database type

    setup database installation directory

    select product license type

    select country-specific functionality

    select additional languages

    select National Language Support (NLS) settings

    RPM packages to be installed for 11i Applications :

    * compat-db-4.1.25-9

    * compat-gcc-32-3.2.3-47.3

    * compat-gcc-32-c++-3.2.3-47.3

    * compat-oracle-rhel4-1.0-5 (from Oracle patch 4198954)

    * compat-libcwait-2.1-1 (from Oracle patch 4198954)* compat-libgcc-296-2.96-132.7.2

    * compat-libstdc++-296-2.96-132.7.2

    * compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3-47.3

    * xorg-x11-deprecated-libs-devel-6.8.2-1.EL.13.37

    * xorg-x11-deprecated-libs-6.8.2-1.EL.13.37

    * openmotif-2.2.3-10.RHEL4.5

    To query the above packages the command is :

    rpm -qa | grep

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    Software RequirementsThe software required to complete the installation of OracleApplications includes:Java Development Kit (JDK)

    Release Maintenance ToolsFor both single-user and multi-user installations, thefollowing utilities must be installedon all server nodes and included in the PATH variable of theuser account that runs theRapid Install wizard:

    Linux ar, gcc, g++, ld, ksh, make

    Steps to be followed for installing 11i Apps

    Create two users under HOME directory or at Mount point

    It is better to use under Mount point

    The two users are:

    First user for Oracle Database

    eg: oraprod

    Second user for Apps

    eg: appsprod

    Change the ownership & permissions for the mount point

    chown -R oraprod:dba location

    chmod -R 777 location

    Login to user oraprod

    su oraprod

    password: *******

    Get the zip files from Metalink.oracle.com

    Copy under directory 11510 unzip all the zip files in it

    You get 5 directories under 11510 directory

    The 5 directories are as follows:

    startCD oraAPPS oraDB oraAPPSDB oraiAS

    Go to the startCD .

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    under it go to Disk1

    under it go to locationrapidwiz under it

    run the rapidwiz as

    ./rapidwiz

    After running the rapidwiz a pop-up window will be displayed.

    This screen lists the components that are included init or supported by, the release os

    Oracle Applications. Use the scroll bar to bring all the components into view. Notice that

    a new installation contains a fresh Oracle9i(9.2.0.5)RDBMS. This screen is for

    information only.

    Click Next

    Screen 1

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    Select a Wizard operation:

    screen 2

    Select a wizard operation Use the Select Wizard Operation screen to indicate the action you

    want Rapid Install to perform. You begin both new installations andupgrades from this screen. Based on the action you choose, theRapid Install wizard continues with the appropriate screen.

    The available actions are as follows: Install Oracle Applications E-Business 11i

    This action sets up a new, fully configured system, with either afresh database or a

    Vision Demo database.

    you enter in the Rapid Install wizard and save in the configurationfile (config.txt).

    Express Configuration :This action sets up a fully configured, single-user/single-node system

    with either a fresh database or Vision Demo database. You supply afew basic parameters, such as database type and name, top-levelinstall directory, and increments for port settings. The remainingdirectories and mount points are supplied by Rapid Install using default

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    restarting Rapid Install after an interruption in the installationprocessing.

    Click Next

    Screen 4

    Choose installation typeOn the Install Type screen, you indicate whether you want to installservers on a single node or distribute them across multiple nodes.In a single-node installation, the RDBMS, the core AD directories andproduct directories, and the concurrent processing, forms, and Webservers are installed on one node.In a multi-node installation, the RDBMS and the concurrent processingserver, forms server, and Web server can be distributed acrossmultiple nodes. The core AD directories and all product directories areinstalled under the APPL_TOP on all tiers. Nodes can be configured toshare an APPL_TOP.To set up a single-node system, click Single-node.

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    Click Next

    Screen 5

    Define database typeOn the Database Type screen, indicate the kind of database you wantto install in the newsystem and supply the name you will use to identify it. You can installa fresh database or a Vision Demo database. A fresh database is fully configured and ready for a new

    implementation. This type ofdatabase is suitable for any type of system that requires a freshdatabase, such as aproduction system or a test system. The default name for a productiondatabase is PROD.

    If you are installing a database for another use, for example as a testsystem or a backupsystem, choose the Fresh Database option and enter a database namethat reflects thatpurpose, for example PROD. A Vision Demo database is used for demonstration or training

    purposes. It contains afully configured Oracle Applications system that has been implemented

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    User may belong to other groups, but it must belong to this group.Enter a base installation directory on this screen, or click Browse tonavigate to a different directory.

    Main ParametersOracle OS User (UNIX): Operating system user that owns the Oracle

    database tier technology stack.Oracle OS Group (UNIX): Default OS (operating system) group for theOracle OS user.Base Install directory: The top-level directory that Rapid Install uses toinstall the RDBMS. All subdirectories (mount points) associated withthe RDBMS are derived from this directory.Oracle Home: The location of the 9.2.0 ORACLE_HOME (databasehome), which contains files for running and maintaining the RDBMS.DATA_TOP (SYS): Derived from the Base Install directory, this is themount point for all database system files.DATA_TOP (LOG): Derived from the Base Install directory, this is the

    mount point for all database log files.DATA_TOP (TXN): Derived from the Base Install directory, this is themount point for all transaction data and index files.DATA_TOP (ARCHIVE): Derived from the Base Install directory, this isthe mount point for all archive, media, advanced queue, summary, andundo files.

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    Click Next

    Screen 7

    Note: Rapid Install automatically installs and registers shared anddependent products for you.

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    Click Next

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    Click Next

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    Click Next

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    Click Next

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    Screen 13

    Save the configuration fileYou have now completed all the information Rapid Install needs to

    set up and install a singlenode system. The Save Instance-specificConfiguration screen asks you to save the values you have enteredin the wizard in a configuration file (config.txt ).

    The configuration file contains all the information required toconfigure a specific Oracle Applications instance. Rapid Install usesthese values during the installation to create the file system, installthe database, and configure and start the server processes. It thenstores the values in a central repository called a context file, whichyou can use to modify the system configuration at any time after theinstallation is complete.

    The default location of the config.txt file is the system temporary

    directory. Its a good idea to choose a permanent directory locationbecause you may use this file at a later date. Enter a directory pathor click Browse to navigate to a new directory path.

    Click Next

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    Screen 14

    You can rectify the file space error by empty the space

    cleanly & shut down the system & do the above steps

    again. remove unnecessary data in mount point.

    Click next

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    Empty the space in the directory & restart it again.

    The error would be rectified.

    Click next

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    Begin the installationOn the Component Installation Review screen, Rapid Install lists thecomponents it will install, based on the system parameters youentered in the wizard.

    Click next

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    Click YES to start the Rapid Installation.

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    Hence the single node installation completes