Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g launched today

fusion middleware 11g

Oracle today launched its much awaited Fusion Middleware 11g  

Main component in Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g

1) Oracle WebLogic Server (J2EE Application Server)
2) Oracle WebCenter (Composer, WC Framework, WC Services, WC Spaces)
3) Oracle SOA Suite (Adapters, Service Bus, Business Rules, BAM, B2B, BPEL)
4) Oracle Identity Management (OID, DIP, Federation, OVD, Role Manager, OAAM, Entitlements, Directory Services Manager)
5) Oracle Business Intelligence (Discoverer, Portal, Reports, Forms) 
6) Oracle Application Component(Dev Tools, HTTP Server, Webcache, Web Services, DAS)
7)  Oracle Metadata Repository  


You can download Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g  from here

If you are confused about which component to download, check Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g download FAQ 

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Luishflores says October 7, 2010


It is possible to have the Oracle Fusion Middleware Control on a server that only the AdminServer and put all the other components of OFM (Reports, Forms) to another server


Atul Kumar says October 8, 2010

@ Luis,
Yes it is possible to do that, Install OFM on node1 and node2 then run from node where you are planning to deploy admin server when prompted for managed server configure them on another machine.

Finally use pack & unpack command to copy domain to other node.

Check deployment guide for IDM

This does not contain exact steps for Forms/Report but you can use same principle for forms and reports.

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