Saturday, November 19, 2011

Installation & Configuration Steps: Oracle Identity and Access Management Server 11.1.1.5

Installation & Configuration Steps: Oracle Identity and Access Management Server  11.1.1.5
  • Install Oracle Database Instance 10.2.X or higher.
  • Run Repository Creation Utility to create Schemas
    Repository Creation Utility is available only on 32-bit x86 Linux and 32-bit Microsoft
    Windows Operating System platforms. You can run RCU from these machines to
    connect to any certified versions of Oracle, or Microsoft SQL Server database in order to
    create the schemas required by Fusion Middleware components.
    Note below key points for schema creation
    • If you are creating schemas on an Oracle database, you must use user with
      SYSDBA privileges like SYY
    • Oracle Identity Management 11g only supports Schemas in a byte-mode
      database. The nls_length_semantics initialization parameter on the database
      where the schemas reside must be set to BYTE. 

  •  Install Oracle WebLogic 10.3.3 Server
    • Use below steps to install WebLogic Server
      • Start WebLogic Installer
           For 32-bit Windows: wls_win32.exe
           For 32-bit Unix:./wls_linux32.bin
           For 64-bit Windows: <JAVA_HOME>/bin/java –jar wls_generic.jar
          For 64-bit Unix: <JAVA_HOME>/bin/java –d64 –jar wls_generic.jar
          *Replace JAVA_HOME with supported JDK already installed on Machine
      •   Click Next
      •    Select “Create a new Middleware Home” and enter location of Middleware Home Directory
  • Install IDAM 11.1.1.5 
    • Go to directory where you have unzipped Oracle Identity and Access Management
               (IDAM) 11.1.1.3 and start IDAM installation from Disk1 using
               For Windows: setup.exe –jreLoc <JDK_Location>
                For Unix:./runInstaller –jreLoc <JDK_Location>
  • Install SOA Suite 11.1.1.5 
       Start SOA suite installation from Disk1 of SOA 11.1.1.5.0 software
       For Windows: setup.exe –jreLoc <JDK_Location>
       For Unix:./runInstaller –jreLoc <JDK_Location>
  • Configure Identity and Access Management and create WebLogic Domain
       Start Oracle Identity and Access Management configuration by running config.sh (Unix)
       and config.bat (Windows) from ORACLE_HOME/common/bin directory where
       ORACLE_HOME is for Identity and Access Management.
       For Windows: <ORACLE_HOME_for_IDAM>\common\bin\config.bat
      For Unix: <ORACLE_HOME_for_IDAM>/common/bin/config.sh











  • Configure Oracle Identity Manager Server
      Start Oracle Identity Manager Server configuration by running config.sh (Unix) and
      config.bat (Windows) from ORACLE_HOME/bin directory where ORACLE_HOME is
      for Identity and Access Management.
      For Windows: <ORACLE_HOME_for_IDAM>\bin\config.bat -jreLoc c:\jdk\jre
      For Unix: <ORACLE_HOME_for_IDAM>/bin/config.sh -jreLoc \kdk\jre


  •      Start Weblogic Server $MW_HOME/user_project/domains/base_domain/startWebLogic.sh
  • Start OIM Server  $MW_HOME/user_project/domains/base_domain/startManagedWebLogic.sh oim_server1
  • Start SOA Server  $MW_HOME/user_project/domains/base_domain/startManagedWebLogic.sh soa_server1
  •     Start OAM Server $MW_HOME/user_project/domains/base_domain/startManagedWebLogic.sh oam_server1
For questions, comments and feedback  please contact:
 Harvinder Singh Saluja

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