Using Oracle Configuration Manager by Raul Castillo

Posted: December 14, 2016 in WebLogic
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Introduction

In this little guide an Oracle Fusion Middleware 11G installation is used to demonstrate how to configure Oracle Configuration Manager 12 (OCM). During my experience as a System Administrator, I have seen with surprise that many customers do not use this system because they do not have enough time to configure it or because of the lack of information about it. However, it is important to remark that OCM gives customers the following advantages (Oracle, 2016).

“Some of the benefits of using Oracle Configuration Manager are as follows:

• Reduces time for resolution of support issues

• Provides pro-active problem avoidance

• Improves access to best practices and the Oracle knowledge base

• Improves understanding of customer’s business needs and provides consistent responses and services”

The installation used

The Oracle Fusion Middleware installation used in this guide is described as follows.

Configuring Oracle Configuration Manager

1. Connect to the machine where OCM will be installed. In this case is: weblogic01.sysco.no

2. Set the domain environment

cd /u01/oracle/config/domains/skageraktest/bin

. ./setDomainEnv.sh

It is important to remark you have to use “. ./setDomainEnv.sh”, otherwise values are not set on variables.

3. Set the Oracle home

export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/oracle/products/fm11117/utils/

4. Change folder to

/u01/oracle/products/fm11117/utils/ccr/bin Read the complete article here.

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