Open a command window in the directory [SOA_ORACLE_HOME]\common\bin and start the configuration wizard using the config.cmd script. Note that this is a different config.cmd script than that used for creating a regular, vanilla WebLogic Server domain. Using the incorrect configuration script will result in a misconfigured domain for SOA.
In my case this was in the directory: F:\oracle\WLS_10.3.2\Oracle_SOA1\common\bin\config.cmd
Select all the following templates:
Give the new domain a name like “SOA11g”. Keep default paths and select “Next”:
Set the password for the “weblogic” user to “welcome1”.
Select the JRockit JDK:
Specify the passwords for all the MDS schemas created by the RCU:
After the schemas are tested successfully, the summary screen will be displayed:
Take the defaults for all optional settings by not selecting any checkboxes:
Review the summary information and then select “Create”:
Select “Done” when completed. Don’t select the “Start Admin Server” checkbox.
The default SOA Suite 11g domain is now created and configured – there will be 2 servers: