Oracle Fusion Applications : Provisioning Framework Overview

Oracle Fusion Applications Provisioning Framework (utility) is set of executables which will be used to provision an Oracle Fusion Application Environment. This Fusion Applications Framework is used to Provision Transactions Database used by Fusion Applications, Provision Fusion Applications Environment and Install Fusion Applications.\

This is third post in series “Learn Oracle Fusion Applications with onlineAppsDBA.com” check previous post Oracle Fusion Applications Concepts  and  Install Oracle Fusion Applications in 10 Steps

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1. Fusion Applications Provisioning Framework is installed using runInstaller or setup.exe (this requires JRE 1.6) from FusionApps_Software/faprov/bin directory

2. During Provisioning Framework Installation, you provide location where you wish to install Provisioning Framework software, all provisioning utility (for transactional database provisioning or fusion apps provisioning) are then executed from this installed location. This directory is known as PROVISIONING_ORACLE_HOME or PROV_FRMWK_HOME or Provisioning Framework ORACLE_HOME

3. After installation you will see following directory

Fusion Provisioning Framework Directory

 

ant – Java processes to install binaries, create WebLogic domain, and deploy application

bin – executable used to provisioning environment

lib – contains library files required during provisioning, stored in object code format.

provisioning-plan – This directory contains completed or partially completed provisioning plans.

provisioning-build – This directory contains build scripts which are called/used during provisioning of an Oracle Fusion Applications Environment.

template – start parameter, single sign-on configuration [read more]

util – Provisioning Utility

 

4. You can deinstall  PROVISIONING_ORACLE_HOME (installed on step 2) by using option -deinstall  (similar to your database deinstall)

PROVISIONING_ORACLE_HOME ( PROV_FRMWK_HOME) /oui/bin/ runInstaller [setup.exe]   -deinstall

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In next post I am going to cover step by step installation of Oracle Fusion Applications Framework on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 update 5 (including required RPMs and kernel settings)

 

 

 

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Fusion Lover says June 20, 2011

Hi Atul, Could you please write about the Version of Linux and required packages (RPMs) for install Fusion.

Thanks!

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Atul Kumar says June 20, 2011

@ Fusion Lover, I am doing this on OEL 5 update 5 (64 bit)

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FusionDba says June 22, 2011

Hi Atul,
I am trying to install fusion apps, but unable to get the system requirement doc for fusion apps.
Could you please list the hardware and memory requirements or point to the correct documentation.
TIA

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Girish says September 12, 2011

Hi Atul,

We are setting up Oracle UCM middleware. It was all fine untill we change the connection pool settings to 5 connections. After which we stop server and try to restart but unable to get it up the servers. Its giving following error;

java.lang.NullPointerException
at intradoc.data.ResultSetUtils.getIndexMustExist(ResultSetUtils.java:445)

Any advise? FYI, we change server password before stopping server. Is that the issue?

regards,

Girish

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Atul Kumar says September 12, 2011

@ Girish,
Is this standalone UCM or one with Fusion Apps ?
If standalone is this UCM 11g ?

How did you change connection pool ?

How r u starting server ? Is this issue with just UCM managed server ? Can you start Admin Server ?

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Girish says September 12, 2011

Hi Atul,

thanks for your reply.

pls see my comments.

Is this standalone UCM or one with Fusion Apps?
Girish>> Fusion Apps.

If standalone is this UCM 11g?
Girish>>We are using UCM 11g (11.1.1.5)

How did you change connection pool ?
Girish>>Weblogic  Connection pool  Initial Capacity (previous value was 30. Now change to 5)

How r u starting server ?
Girish>>Using script. Pls refer your email for attachment of start scrip.

Is this issue with just UCM managed server?
Girish>> Yes

Can you start Admin Server?
Girish>> Yes

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Venkat says September 14, 2011

Hi Atul,

Can you please let me know what is the H/W requriment to install Oracle Fusion apps.

Thanks,
Venkat

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