Category Archives for Fusion Middleware

Configure Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) 12c (12.2.1.2) on port 80 / 443

On a UNIX system, TCP ports in a reserved range (typically less than 1024) can only be bound by processes with root privilege. Oracle HTTP Server always runs as a non-root user; that is, the user who installed Oracle Fusion Middleware.  On UNIX, special configuration is required to allow Oracle HTTP Server to bind to […]

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Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) 12c : Basics & Overview

 

  Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) is software load balancer from Oracle that receive requests from client and forward it to back-end application like WebLogic , WebCenter, Portal etc. In this first post on OTD, I’ll be covering basic concepts related to OTD (More on installation & configuration of OTD later in future posts) 1. Oracle […]

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series OTD - Traffic Director
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Critical Patch Updates (CPU) for Oct 2016 are now available : E-Business Suite, FMW, SOA, Identity Management etc

Critical Patch Updates (CPU) are security fixes that Oracle releases quarterly basis (Jan, April, July, and Oct). 1. Oracle released Oct 2016 patches on 18th Oct 2016 2. These CPUs cover Oracle Databases, Fusion Middleware, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Siebel CRM., Oracle Peoplesoft, Oracle JD-Edwards, Linux etc . 3. For list of […]

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Applying Patches in Oracle Fusion Middleware ? Welcome to Zero DownTime (ZDT) Patch

 

 In my Oracle Fusion Middleware Training for Apps DBAs, DBAs, and Middleware Admin, I was discussing about Patching as part of Module 10, where we cover various patching tools like opatch, bsu, psa for various products like SOA, WebLogic, OHS, WebCenter etc including Schema Patches. One of the topic came was how to apply patches without impacting […]

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Oracle Fusion Middleware Training
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Oracle Fusion Middleware : WebLogic is Key, Learn Domain, Install/Configure, Start/Stop : Part II

 

 This is part II of my journey on learning Oracle Fusion Middleware with me (Atul Kumar). In part I here I covered why I started learning Oracle Fusion Middleware almost 10 Years ago, How it transformed my career and I now charge premium rate for my consulting Services and mentioned that If I can do it […]

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Oracle Fusion Middleware Training
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Oracle Fusion Middleware : Concepts & Architecture

If I can do it, you can too…and I truly believe this.      In this post I am going to cover what is Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW), Why I learnt it and What & How you should learn it too.     Before I tell more about FMW, for those who don’t know me, 16 Years ago, […]

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[Free Live Webinar] Learn Oracle Fusion Middleware (HA & Concepts) from Oracle ACE Atul Kumar

 

  Oracle Fusion Middleware transformed my career and now you have an opportunity to change yours, I’m working on Oracle Middleware since 2003-2004 (from 3.0.9 portal to 9iAS) but learning Oracle Fusion Middleware 10g/11g components like WebLogic, OHS, SOA, OBIEE, WebCenter etc.. completely transformed my Career. With Oracle’s acquisition of BEA and incorporating WebLogic Server […]

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Oracle Fusion Middleware Training
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Installation steps of JDK 7 for Linux for Oracle Fusion Middleware

This post covers procedure installs the Java Development Kit (JDK) for 64-bit RPM-based Linux platforms, such as Red Hat and SuSE, using an RPM. This post is from our Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) or Oracle Access Manager (OAM) training where we provide dedicated machine to trainees to practice but if you need to install similar setup on your […]

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Oracle Fusion Applications 11.1.9 is now available : Contact Us if you need help

    Fusion Applications version 11.1.9 is now available to download from eDelivery .  Contact Us if you need any help in Fusion Apps Installation or wish to access Fusion Applications 11.1.9 instance hosted at our datacenter .

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Backing up and restoring a small directory : OID 11g

Hi All, This is one of the most common activity that every IDM assignment might consist of, backing up and restoring LDAP. In this post I would like to provide an insight about backing up and restoring details for Oracle Internet Directory 11g. Essentially what you need to take backup is : Users and group […]

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