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  • INSTALLING ORACLE ENDECA INFORMATION DESCOVERY 3.0 ON

    WINDOWS 64 BIT MACHINE

    software do we need :

    1. Oracle Endeca Server (7.5.1.0) from edelivery

    2. Oracle Endeca Information Discovery Studio (3.0) for WebLogic from edelivery

    3. Oracle Endeca Information Discovery Integrator (3.0) from edelivery

    4. JDK version 6

    5. Oracle Weblogic Server 11gR1

    6. ADF Runtime

    When you've downloaded these components you are ready to go. Perhaps first a brief summary

    of the steps we will do during this install, so you will not loose the overview:

    1. Install the JDK (needed for the application server) 2. Install Weblogic Server (the application server) 3. Install the ADF Runtime software (some additional middletier components needed for a

    succesful Endeca Server deployment)

    4. Install the Endeca Server software (the analytical search database) 5. Create a Weblogic Domain for the Endeca Server 6. Create a Weblogic Domain for Endeca Studio 7. Update some Weblogic settings for the purpose of the installation of Endeca Studio 8. Deploy the Endeca Studio application (the presentation layer) 9. Install Integrator (the ETL component) 10. Done

  • 1. Install the JDK

    I use the jRockit, but the Sun JDK has similar steps. To install the jRockit JDK just start the

    setup.exe. Click on the first screen and on the second screen enter a path. DO NOT USE

    SPACES!

    Click . On the next page make no selections and click again. Then you are asked

    if you want to install the JRE as well. It is not necessary, but if you say Yes and then you

    are asked for a path again. Enter a different path then the previous one and click . jRockit

    will be installed.

  • 2. Install Weblogic Server

    To install Weblogic Server execute the download wls1036_generic.jar with the JDK. Go to the

    directory with wls1036_generic.jar and type:

    \bin\java -jar wls1036_generic.jar

    Like:

    The installer will start. On the Welcome screen Click .

    Then select 'Create a newMiddleware Home' and enter a path where to install (I entered:

    d:\oracle\oeid30\fmw):

  • Click .

    Then I try with minimum clicks :-) to make clear to the software that I do not want to be notified

    of updates by clicking:

  • CLICK NEXT

  • CLICK YES

    CLICK YES

  • On the next screen put a check at "I wish to remain uninformed ..." and click .

    Then choose a Custom install and click .

    On the next screen uncheck Oracle Coherence and click .

    The just installed JDK should be checked on the screen: .

    click .

    Then enter a path for the installation directory:

    Click . Choose not to install the Nodemanager:

  • Click , Click For "All users" Start Menu Folder:

  • Click , again . Then the install will run for about a minute. Uncheck the "Run

    Quickstart" and click .

    Weblogic has been installed.

  • 3. Install the ADF Runtime software

    After you unzipped the downloaded software go to the directory Disk1. From a command line

    we start the setup.exe with a jreLoc option: setup.exe -jreLoc . In my case: setup.exe -jreLoc d:\oracle\jrockit

    The installer starts. On the first screen click . Select the "Skip Software Updates" option

    and click . After the Prerequisites Checks have been done click . Then enter the

    location of the Oracle Middleware Home. The just installed Weblogic home should appear in the

    drop down list:

    Click . On the Application Server screen "Weblogic Server" is already checked. Click

    . After about 2 minutes the installation is finished. Click and

  • 4. Install the Endeca Server Software

    Open a command line box, go to the unzipped Endeca Server software directory Disk1 and start

    the setup with the -jreLoc option as with the ADF runtime software: setup.exe -jreLoc . In my case: setup.exe -jreLoc d:\oracle\jrockit

    The installer starts. On the Welcome screen click . After the Prerequisites Checks have

    been done click . Then select the Weblogic Middleware home from a drop down list.

    Leave the Oracle Home Directory to the default (EndecaServer7.5.1_1):

    After entering locations click . For this installation we will not run the Endeca Server in a

    secure mode, so uncheck 'Yes':

    Click . After 2 minutes the installation is finished. Click and then . The

    core Endeca Server software has now been installed. The surrounding Web Application Server

    software is next.

  • 5. Create a Weblogic Domain for the Endeca Server

    Now we need to create a Weblogic Domain for the Endeca Server software. To do so, open a

    command prompt (of course you can also use Windows Explorer, but I like the command line, if

    something goes wrong ...) and go to the directory: \wlserver_10.3\common\bin (for my environment:

    d:\oracel\oeid30\fmw\wlserver_10.3\common\bin). Type there: config.cmd

    On the appearing screen choose: Create a new Weblogic domain. Click . Then select

    "Oracle Endeca Server - 7.5.1.0". The second check ("Oracle JRF") comes for free:

    Click .

    Enter a Domain name (mine: endecaserver_domain) and leave the Domain location untouched:

  • Click . On the next screen you enter the username and password for the administrator of

    the domain:

    Click . Choose Production Mode and see that the right JDK already has been checked:

    Click . No optional configuration. Click . Click . After 30 seconds the

    domain has been created. Click .

    You can verify your install of the Endeca Server. Start the Endeca Server Domain by executing: \user_projects\domains\

  • name>\bin\startWebLogic.cmd. For my installation: d:\oracle\oeid30\fmw\user_projects\domains\endecaserver_domain\bin\startWebLo

    gic.cmd

    You will be asked to enter the username and password of the administrator of this domain (you

    entered this during the installation).

    From a browser start this URL: http://localhost:7001/endeca-server/ws/manage?wsdl

    That should give a respons something like this:

    Now the Endeca Server is completely installed and operational (on port 7001). Shortly will

    follow a blog entry to change the port for the Endeca Server.

  • 6. Create a Weblogic Domain for Endeca Studio

    For the Endeca Studio application we also need to create a domain (recommended as per the

    documentation). This is similar to the Endeca Server Domain creation: Open a command prompt

    and go to the directory: \wlserver_10.3\common\bin (for my

    environment: d:\oracel\oeid30\fmw\wlserver_10.3\common\bin). Type there:

    config.cmd.

    Select "Create a new WebLogic domain". Click . Use the default Basic domain

    configuration:

    Click

    Entera Domain name and leave the Domain location untouched:

  • Click , Then enter a username and password for the domain administrator:

    Click . Choose Production Mode and see that the JDK has been selected.

    Click .

  • Select modify settings of Administration Server:

    Click . Since we did a basic domain installation of the Endeca Server this has been

    configured on port 7001. So we need to change the port of the domain where Endeca Studio will

    be running. Change the Listen port of the future Endeca Studio Application. I chose port 8880.

    Click . Then click and after a couple of seconds the domain has been created.

    Click .

    A domain has been created and is ready to deploy the Studio application.

  • 7. Update some Weblogic settings for the purpose of Endeca Studio

    Before you can deploy the Endeca Studio application, we need to modify some Weblogic

    settings. Edit the file: \user_projects\domains\\bin\setDomainEnv.cmd

    Copy the italics text below and paste it in the top of the file, i.e. just after set WL_HOME.

    set JAVA_OPTIONS=-

    Djavax.xml.transform.TransformerFactory=com.sun.org.apache.xalan.internal.xsltc.trax.TransformerFactory

    Impl -

    Djavax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilderFactory=com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.jaxp.DocumentBuilderFactor

    yImpl -Djavax.xml.parsers.SAXParserFactory=com.sun.org.apache.xerces.internal.jaxp.SAXParserFactoryImpl

    In the same file update (2 times) memory arguments:

    Change set WLS_MEM_ARGS_64BIT=-Xms256m -Xmx512m into: set WLS_MEM_ARGS_64BIT=-

    Xms256m Xmx1024m and Change

    set MEM_MAX_PERM_SIZE_64BIT=-XX:MaxPermSize=256m into: set MEM_MAX_PERM_SIZE_64BIT=-XX:MaxPermSize=512m

    Save the file.

    Stop the Endeca Studio domain if started (via command \user_projects\domains\\bin\stopWebLogic.cmd)

    and start it (via command \user_projects\domains\\bin\startWebLogic.cmd).

  • 8. Deploy the Endeca Studio application

    Now you will deploy the Endeca Studio application in the just created Weblogic domain. After

    you unzip the edelivery Studio package for Weblogic you'll see some files:

    Copy the files portal-ext.properties and endeca-portal-weblogic-3.0.10089.ear to \user_projects\domains

    In the directory \user_projects\domains create the following

    directories: data, deploy and weblogic-deploy. In the newly created directory \user_projects\domains\data create the directory endeca-data-sources.

    The directory \user_projects\domains will look like:

    Now let's deploy the Endeca Studio file (endeca-portal-weblogic-3.0.10089.ear).

    Make sure your Endeca Studio domain has been started. Open a browser and go to URL:

    http://localhost:/console (for me: http://localhost:8880/console)