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Friday, 17 July 2009

Running Oracle Soa Suite 11g on OpenSuse 11.1 – Part 2

PART 2 – Starting SOA Suite and Creating a First SOA Composite in JDeveloper 11g Version 11.1

This continues Part 1 which can be found here.

After installation we need to take one steps before starting the servers:

  • Configure a boot.properties file in the soa_domain root directory:
    This is simply a text file with 2 lines:

    username=weblogic
    password=welcome1

    After first system start the password entry will be encrypted.

Starting SOA Suite contains of 2 servers:

  • an AdminServer (running WebLogic Console and Grid Control Console)
  • a ManagedServer soa_server1

At runtime, only the ManagedServer is required.

Now we can start the servers with

<wl_home>/user_projects/domains/soa_domain/startWebLogic.sh

Test if you can access the WebLogic console at http://<host>:7001/console

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After completion, start the Managed Server:

<wl_home>/user_projects/domains/soa_domain/startManagedWebLogic.cmd soa_server1

Check if you can access the soa infra test page at :8001/soa-infra">http://<host>:8001/soa-infra

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Now you can also login to Grid Control at :7001/em">http://<host>:7001/em

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Notice the Linux System Resources: Altogether we use only 2,5 GB of RAM (including Linux…!)

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Next install and run JDeveloper 11.1 (I used the generic JAR installer) and create an Application Server Connection:

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From the About Menu, Check for Updates and install the SOA Composite Editor (this is NOT included in the default installation!):

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Now you are ready to create your first application:

  1. New Application
  2. New Project, for example a SOA Composite with a BPEL process:

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With Project –> right click you can Deploy the composite to the SOA server:

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