Note: It is assumed that Oracle XE database is already installed.
The detailed steps are nicely described here.
The next picture gives a nice overview of the directory structure created.
Step1 - Create Schemas for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BAM (RCU)
- Unzip the files
- Run bin/rcu.bat
- At the Database Connection Details fill in the XE details. If you encounter the next fault you have probably not started the XE database.
- Ignore all warnings
- Click OK
- Select all components
- I ran into the following problem:
When you click Ok you see the following error:
To fix this goto the Database Home page, Sql Editor and execute the following statements:
alter system set PROCESSES=500 scope=SPFILE;alter system set open_cursors=500 scope=SPFILE;
If everything is ok you should see the next screen.
- Further ignore errors from portal installation
Step 2 - Install Oracle WebLogic Server and Create the Middleware Home
- Run wls1031_win32.exe
- Choose Middleware Home (example: d:\oracle\middleware)
- Register for security updates, leave empty, Next
- Choose Typical install type
- Choose Weblogic Server Home (example: d:\oracle\middleware\wlserver_10.3)
- The next screens choose Next and the installation progress screen is shown
- After a while you are done with this step
- Unzip ofm_soa_generic_188.8.131.52.0_disk1_1of1.zip
- Run setup.exe within Disk1 directory
- When asked for the Java jre use middleware home (d:\oracle\middleware\jdk160_11\jre)
- When the checks are finished the installation locations are asked:
Use the Middleware Home (selected by default) and use Oracle_SOA1 (also default)
- The following components are installed: BPEL PM, Mediator, Rules, B2B, Human Workflow, BAM
Step 4 - Creating Domain
- Run Configuration Application Server within SOA
- Create a New Domain
- Select all products to be supported
- Enter a Domain name
- Configure JDBC Component Schema
- Select all optional configuration
- Configure the Administration Server, leave unchanged
- Configure Managed Servers, leave unchanged
- Configure Clusters, leave unchanged
- Configure Machines, leave unchanged
- Assign Servers to Machines, leave unchanged
- Target Deployments to Clusters or Servers, leave unchanged
- Target Services to Clusters or Servers, leave unchanged
- Configure JMS File Stores, leave unchanged
- Configure RDBMS Security Store Database, leave unchanged
- Run jdevstudio11111install.exe
- Choose the existing Middleware Home directory
- The rest is Next, Next, ...
- After JDeveloper is installed start JDeveloper
- Choose Help -> Check for Updates
- On the Source page choose:
- On the Update page select the extensions to download
- Note: You need an Oracle Web Account.
- After the download is finished you have to restart JDeveloper.