Oracle® WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server Installation, Configuration, and User's Guide
10 g Release 3 (10.1.3.4.0)
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2 Configuring Oracle WebLogic Server

Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server 10.1.3.4.0 is deployed on Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3. This chapter explains how to configure Oracle WebLogic Server for deploying Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server.

This chapter includes the following sections:


Note:

  • This release has been certified on supported Linux and Windows platforms only.

  • This release has been certified to work with Oracle Access Manager.


2.2 Creating a New Domain

You deploy Oracle WebCenter Wiki in a domain. A domain is the basic administrative unit of WebLogic Server. The basic domain infrastructure consists of one Administration Server (Admin server) and optional managed servers and clusters.

To deploy Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server on Oracle WebLogic Server, you need to create a new domain by using the Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard.

To create a new domain, follow the instructions in Table 2-1. If you need additional help with any of the configuration screens, refer to Appendix A, "Oracle WebLogic Configuration Screens."

Table 2-1 Configuration Flow for Creating a New Domain

No. Screen When Does This Screen Appear? Description and Action Required

1

None.

Always

Start the Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard from the $WLS_HOME /common/bin directory.

$WLS_HOME refers to the directory where you installed Oracle WebLogic Server.

On Linux:

Run ./config.sh

On Windows:

Double-click config.cmd

2

Welcome Screen


Always

Select Create a new WebLogic domain.

Click Next to continue.

3

Select Domain Source Screen


Always

Specify the source from which you want to create the domain.

Click Next to continue.

4

Configure Administrator Username and Password Screen


Always

Specify a user name and password for the Administrator user account. This is the user name and password that you will use to log on to your wiki and blog server.

Click Next to continue.

5

Configure Server Start Mode and JDK Screen


Always

Select the domain startup mode and the JDK to be used for the domain.

Click Next to continue.

6

Customize Environment and Service Settings Screen


Always

Specify whether you want to customize any environment or service settings listed on the screen.

If you select Yes, then the wizard displays screens where you can configure the Admin server, create a managed server, and specify other settings for your domain.

If you select No, the Create WebLogic Domain Screen displays directly.

Click Next to continue.

Note: If you are using Production Mode, then it is recommended that you create a new managed server to deploy Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server.

7

Configure RDBMS Security Store Database Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen.

If necessary, make changes to your RDBMS for security store.

Click Next to continue.

8

Configure the Administration Server Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen.

If necessary, customize the Admin server of your domain.

Click Next to continue.

9

Configure Managed Servers Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen.

Configure one or more managed servers for your enterprise applications.

Click Add and then specify the name, listen address, listen port, and secure socket layer (SSL) details of the managed server. For example, you can add a managed server named wikiserver on port 8001.

Note: If you are using Production Mode, then it is recommended that you create a new managed server to deploy Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server.

Click Next to continue.

10

Configure Clusters Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen.

If necessary, configure one or more clusters.

Click Next to continue.

11

Assign Servers to Clusters Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen, and Add on the Configure Clusters screen.

Assign managed servers to a cluster in the domain.

Click Next to continue.

12

Configure Machines Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen.

If necessary, configure machines to host the WebLogic Server instance.

Click Next to continue.

13

Assign Servers to Machines Screen


If you selected Yes on the Customize Environment and Services Settings screen and Add on the Configure Machines screen.

Assign each WebLogic Server instance to the machine on which it runs.

Click Next to continue.

14

Review WebLogic Domain Screen


Always

Review the contents of your domain.

Click Next to continue.

15

Create WebLogic Domain Screen


Always

Specify the name, such as owc_wiki, and the location of the domain you want to create.

Click Create to create the domain.

16

Creating Domain Screen


Always

Click Done when finished.