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Audience This document is intended for system administrators or application developers who are installing and configuring Oracle Business Intelligence. It is assumed that readersare familiar with web technologies and have a general understanding of Windows andUNIX platforms. archite diagram APPHOST A standard term used in Oracle documentation to refer to the machine that hosts the application tier. DBHOST A standard term used in Oracle documentation to refer to the machine that hosts the database. WebLogic Domain A logically related group of Java components (in this case, the Administration Server, Managed Servers, and other related software components). Administration Server The central control entity of a domain which maintains the configuration objects for that domain and distributes configuration changes to the Managed Servers. Enterprise Manager The Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control is a primary tool used to manage a domain. Cluster A collection of multiple WebLogic Server instances running simultaneously and working together. Machine A logical representation of the computer that hosts one or more WebLogic Server instances (servers). Machines are also the logical glue between the Managed Servers and the Node Manager. The Managed Servers must be associated with a machine in order to start or stop them using a Node Manager. Managed Server A host for your applications, application components, web services, and their associated resources. Infrastructure Collection of services that include the following: • Metadata repository (MDS) Contains metadata for Oracle Fusion Middleware components, such as the Oracle Application Developer Framework. • Oracle Application Developer Framework (Oracle ADF) • Oracle Web Services Manager (OWSM) ------------ Installing the Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure in Preparation for Installing Oracle Business Intelligence 2.5.1 Installing a Supported JDK https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.html. Be sure to navigate to the Download section for the Java SE JDK. Install the JDK in the following locations: • On the shared storage device, where it will be accessible from each of the application tier host computers. • On the local storage device for each of the Web tier host computers. 2.5.1 Installing a Weblogic Steps Installing Oracle Business Intelligence 3.1 Starting the Installation Program You can start Oracle BI installation program after successfully creating and verifying the directory structure of Oracle home. To start the installation program: 1. Log in to the host system. 2. Go to the directory where you downloaded the installation program. 3. Launch the installation program by invoking the executable as shown in the following example: ./bi_platform-12.2.1.0.0_linux64.bin steps Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence 1. Go to the bin directory using the following commands based on your operating system: Unix command: cd ORACLE_HOME/bi/bin Windows command: cd ORACLE_HOME\bi\bin 2. Start the Configuration Assistant using the following commands based on your operating system: Unix command: ./config.sh Windows command: config.bat The Configuration Assistant starts and the Welcome screen is displayed. steps Next Steps After Configuring the Domain Configuring a system for deployment after installation Configuring metadata and content, general preferences, and default system settings. Starting and stopping the system when required Bringing the system up and down during system maintenance tasks. Configuring security Securing access to the Oracle Business Intelligence system, metadata, and data, configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Single Sign-On (SSO), and integration with identity management systems. Scaling out and configuring for high availability Configuring the Oracle Business Intelligence system for linear scale-out (increasing capacity with more components on a machine) and identifying and removing single points of failure (adding more machines). Managing performance and availability Monitoring service levels and tuning performance. Managing and resolving issues Diagnosing errors and establishing resolutions Moving a system from test to production Managing the steps for moving from a test to a production environment. Backing up and recovering data Preparing for and recovering from unexpected events. Architecturetopology.PNG directory_structure.PNG important.PNG

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