Friday, November 13, 2015

Oracle Webcenter Portal Install/Configure

In this post we shall see installation and configuration of Oracle Webcenter Portal

Install Oracle Webcenter Content

1) Download the required software from Oracle Site.

2) Install schema for Oracle Webcenter Portal  using RCU.
Note : Before creating schema for Portal server make sure "processes" pasameter at database level is greater than or equal to 200.
sql>show parameter processes;
processes    integer     200 

4) Execute runInstaller from Disk1

5) On Welcome Screen Click Next. 

6) Select Skip Software Updates, and then click Next to continue the installation 

7) After the prerequisite checks complete with no errors, click Next to continue the installation. 

8) Specify the Middleware home (MW_HOME) and WebCenter Content Oracle home (WC_PORTAL_ORACLE_HOME) locations.
Oracle Middleware Home: Select the Middleware home directory (MW_HOME, which was created during the installation of Oracle WebLogic Server.
Oracle Home Directory: Specify the directory where you want to install Oracle WebCenter Portal. 

9) Select WebLogic Server to install Oracle WebCenter Content on an Oracle WebLogic Server.

10) Click Install to start the software installation.

11) After the progress reaches 100%, click Next to go to the last screen.

12) Click Save to save the installation configuration, and then click Finish to exit the installer.

Configure Oracle Webcenter Portal

1) Start Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard:WC_PORTAL_ORACLE_HOME/common/bin/

2) Select Create a new WebLogic Domain.
Click Next to continue. 

3) Select Generate a domain configured automatically to support the following products.
Select product that you wish to configure. 


4)  Enter the name of the domain you want to create in the Domain name field.
Click Next to continue. 


5) The User name field has the default administrator user name, weblogic. You can specify a different administrator user name if you want.
In the User password field, enter the password for the administrator user.
6) Under WebLogic Domain Startup Mode, Development Mode is the default mode. For a production system, select Production Mode.
JDK Location and Click Next to continue. 
 7)  Enter Details as below:
  • Vendor: Select a database vendor from the list.
  • Driver: Leave the default driver for the database vendor selected, or select a driver for the component schema from the list.
  • Schema Owner: Enter the user name of the application schema owner, specified during schema creation with RCU.
  • Schema Password: Enter the schema password, specified during schema creation with RCU.
  • DBMS/Service: Database Name
  • Host Name: Specify the Hostname on which your database is installed.
  • Listen Port: Specify the database listen port number. The default port number is 1521.

8) After the test succeeds, click Next to continue. 

9) Select below optional options for configuring the Administration Server and Managed Servers: 


10) Enter Admin Server Name and Port No:(Make sure port is free and available for use)


11)  WC_Spaces configuration:
Enter Port Number for WC_Spaces .For each Server, you can use the default Listen port value(8888). For increased security, you can specify a non default port number(make sure port is free) 


12) Review your configuration and  click Create to create the domain. 

13) When the domain is created successfully, click Done. 

14) Start Admin Server from below location:$DOMAIN_HOME/bin

15) Create Machine from Weblogic Console and Add WC_Spaces to that machine. 

16) Start NodeManager Process from below location:$WL_HOME/server/bin
$nohup ./ & 

17) Execute from below location:$WL_HOME/oracle_common/common/bin
$. ./ 

18) Start WC_Spaces server  from WebLogic console. 

19) Access http://Hostname:8888/webcenter page.

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