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  • Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware

    12c (12.2.1.4.0) E95170-07 November 2020

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Administering Oracle Fusion Middleware, 12c (12.2.1.4.0)

    E95170-07

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  • Contents

    Preface Audience xxii

    Documentation Accessibility xxii

    Related Documents xxii

    Conventions xxiii

    Part I About Oracle Fusion Middleware

    1 Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware What Is Oracle Fusion Middleware? 1-1

    Oracle Fusion Middleware Components 1-1

    Part II Basic Administration

    2 Getting Started Managing Oracle Fusion Middleware Overview of Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration Tools 2-2

    Getting Started Using Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control 2-5

    Displaying Fusion Middleware Control 2-5

    Using Fusion Middleware Control Help 2-6

    Navigating Within Fusion Middleware Control 2-6

    About Users and Roles for Fusion Middleware Control 2-10

    Locking the WebLogic Server Configuration 2-12

    Viewing and Managing the WebLogic Domain 2-12

    Viewing and Managing Java Components 2-13

    Viewing and Managing System Components 2-14

    Getting Started Using Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console 2-15

    Getting Started Using the Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) 2-16

    Using WLST with Java Components and Oracle Fusion Middleware Services 2-16

    Using WLST Commands with System Components 2-17

    iii

  • Getting Started Using the Fusion Middleware Control MBean Browsers 2-19

    About MBeans 2-19

    Using the System MBean Browser 2-20

    Using the MBeans for a Selected Application 2-20

    Changing the Administrative User Password 2-21

    Changing the Administrative User Password Using the Command Line 2-21

    Changing the Administrative User Password Using Fusion Middleware Control 2-21

    Configuring Node Manager 2-22

    Configuring Node Manager to Start Managed Servers 2-22

    Configuring Node Manager to Use the OPSS Keystore Service 2-23

    Basic Tasks for Configuring and Managing Oracle Fusion Middleware 2-24

    3 Wiring Components to Work Together About Service Tables 3-1

    Viewing Service Tables 3-1

    Wiring Components Together 3-2

    Viewing the Component End Points 3-3

    Wiring Oracle HTTP Server to the Administration Server 3-3

    Why Wire Oracle HTTP Server to the Administration Server? 3-3

    Connecting Oracle HTTP Server to the Administration Server 3-4

    Routing Applications Through Oracle HTTP Server to Oracle WebLogic Server 3-5

    4 Starting and Stopping Oracle Fusion Middleware Overview of Starting and Stopping Procedures 4-1

    Starting and Stopping Administration and Managed Servers and Node Manager 4-2

    Starting and Stopping Administration Server 4-2

    Starting and Stopping Node Manager 4-2

    Starting and Stopping Managed Servers 4-3

    Starting and Stopping Managed Servers Using Fusion Middleware Control 4-3

    Starting and Stopping Managed Servers Using Scripts 4-3

    Enabling Servers to Start Without Supplying Credentials 4-4

    Setting Up Oracle WebLogic Server as a Windows Service 4-4

    Starting and Stopping Components 4-5

    Starting and Stopping Components Using Fusion Middleware Control 4-5

    Starting and Stopping Components Using the Command Line 4-5

    Starting and Stopping Java Components 4-5

    Starting and Stopping System Components 4-6

    Starting and Stopping Fusion Middleware Control 4-7

    Starting and Stopping Applications 4-7

    iv

  • Starting and Stopping Java EE Applications Using Fusion Middleware Control 4-7

    Starting and Stopping Java EE Applications Using WLST 4-8

    Starting and Stopping Your Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment 4-8

    Starting an Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment 4-8

    Stopping an Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment 4-9

    Starting and Stopping: Special Topics 4-10

    Starting and Stopping in High Availability Environments 4-10

    Forcing a Shutdown of an Oracle Database 4-10

    5 Managing Ports About Managing Ports 5-1

    Viewing Port Numbers 5-1

    Viewing Port Numbers Using the Command Line 5-1

    Viewing Port Numbers Using Fusion Middleware Control 5-2

    Changing the Port Numbers Used by Oracle Fusion Middleware 5-2

    Changing the Oracle WebLogic Server Listen Ports 5-3

    Changing the Oracle WebLogic Server Listen Ports Using Fusion Middleware Control 5-3

    Changing the Oracle WebLogic Server Listen Ports Using WLST 5-3

    Changing the Node Manager Listen Port 5-3

    Changing the Node Manager Listen Port Using WLST 5-4

    Changing the Node Manager Listen Port Using Fusion Middleware Control 5-4

    Changing the Oracle HTTP Server Listen Ports 5-4

    Enabling Oracle HTTP Server to Run as Root for Ports Set to Less Than 1024 (UNIX Only) 5-4

    Changing the Oracle HTTP Server Non-SSL Listen Port in a WebLogic Server Domain 5-5

    Changing the Oracle HTTP Server SSL Listen Port in a WebLogic Server Domain 5-5

    Changing the Oracle HTTP Server Listen Ports in a Standalone Domain 5-6

    Changing the Oracle Database Net Listener Port 5-6

    Changing the KEY Value for an IPC Listener 5-8

    Part III Secure Communication

    6 Configuring SSL in Oracle Fusion Middleware How SSL Works 6-2

    What SSL Provides 6-3

    About Private and Public Key Cryptography 6-3

    Keystores and Wallets 6-4

    v

  • How SSL Sessions Are Conducted 6-5

    About SSL in Oracle Fusion Middleware 6-6

    SSL in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Architecture 6-7

    Keystores and Oracle Wallets 6-8

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