Installing OSB on windows 7 64 bit:
It is not very straight forward to install OSB server, OSB IDE ,weblogic on windows 7 64 bit. For 32 bit we get OEPE with weblogic which is quite easy to install, but on 64 bit you don't have OEPE with weblogic. You need to install weblogic separately then install OEPE . Here selecting the OEPE version is tricky. If weblogic version is 126.96.36.199 , it does not mean you have to select OEPE version of 188.8.131.52. It will not work. Infact the correct version of OEPE is 184.108.40.206. Now what about OSB? which version should be selected? OSB should be of version 220.127.116.11 . So in summary
1)Weblogic and OSB versions should be same if you want OSB IDE to be installed.
So weblogic is 18.104.22.168 , then OSB should be 22.214.171.124.
Incase if they don’t match then while installing OSB (from osb_generic_126.96.36.199) you may get error as “weblogic is not suited for this version of IDE” at step 4 (Typical/Custom step)
2)OEPE should be compatible with the OSB version.
Here are the list of compatible OEPE with OSB . There is no document for this though
OSB Weblogic Server OEPE
188.8.131.52.0 10.3.6 184.108.40.206.0
220.127.116.11.0 10.3.5 18.104.22.168.2
22.214.171.124.0 10.3.4 126.96.36.199.1
188.8.131.52.0 10.3.3 184.108.40.206
STEP1: Install JDK
Install JDK (Jrockit can be preferred)
jrockit-jdk1.6.0_26-R28.1.4-4.0.1-windows-x64(1) should be installed .Always prefer Jrockit over JDK as Jrocking has very good performance
STEP2: Install Weblogic
1. Open a terminal and go to the folder where wls1036_generic file is.
2. Execute the following command:
Double click on the file
3. When the oracle weblogic installer starts, click next and enter the folder you want to use as Middleware Home Directory, for example:
4. Choose the typical installation (or customise if you need). Better to select customize as you can install examples also
5. On the JDK installer screen, the installer should automatically recognise the JDK installed during step 1. If not, click on “Browse” button and point to JDK directory (e.g. /jrocking).
6. Finish the installation.
STEP 3 – Install Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse
Just extract the oepe-indigo-all-in-one-220.127.116.11.0.201110211138-win32-x86_64
content into a folder named “oepe” in you middleware home directory, for example:
STEP 4 – Install OSB
Download from :http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/service-bus/downloads/index.html
1. Extract the downloaded zip file (ofm_osb_generic_18.104.22.168.0_disk1_1of1) into a any folder. Go to that “Disk 1” directory under the extracted folder and run the following command:
E:\softwares\OSB\ofm_osb_generic_22.214.171.124.0_disk1_1of1\Disk1>setup -jreLoc E:\InstalledSoftwares\jrockit
2. we have provided the JDK location in the above command
3. During the rest of the installation used the settings below
Oracle Middleware Home :E:\InstalledSoftwares\oracle\fmw11116\
Oracle Home Directory: Oracle_OSB1
Installation Type: Custom (ensure that ORACLE BUS IDE is selected).
Note the following in “Typical”. If the version is not matched it would say weblogic version is not compatible with OSB IDE. Then in “CUSTOM” you won’t be able to select the ORACLE BUS IDE. This means that weblogic which is selected is of different version say 126.96.36.199 and OSB_GENERIC is of different version say 188.8.131.52
Prerequisite Checks – This stage passes
Product Home Location:
Weblogic Server Location: / E:\InstalledSoftwares\oracle\fmw11116\wlserver_10.3
OEPE Location E:\InstalledSoftwares\oracle\fmw11116\oepe-indigo184.108.40.206.0_64
Note the following: The OEPE location is automatically taken. Suppose if OEPE version is not compatible with OSB , then OEPE will not get recognized. You will get message as “OEPE” location is invalid even if you manually select the OEPE. So in this example OEPE should be 220.127.116.11 and OSB should be 18.104.22.168
Step5: Verify the OSB IDE
Check if OSB IDE has been installed or not
Open the eclipse ide from the below location
Set the workspace to any folder
Check the following
Window->open perspective->other->Oracle Service bus
You should be able to see the Oracle Service bus
Step6)Configuring the OSB SERVER or creating the domain
a) Go to E:\InstalledSoftwares\oracle\fmw11116\Oracle_OSB1\common\bin
c) Select new domain creation.
d) Select the configuration as shown below so that we get OWSM,EM etc
e) give the domain name as osb_domain
f) Give username as weblogic/welcome1
g) Select development mode
h) Give the databse details for OWSM MDS schema(ignore the failure test) and OSB JMS reporting provider
i) Proceed to next step(by pass the DB connection if it asks),
Step 7)Access the sbconsole
Go to the following location:
And type the following
Now access the sbconsole
you should be able the see the screen