Monday, April 25, 2016

Setup Standalone Weblogic 12.2.1 (Step-by-Step)

In this post I will show you how to setup weblogic 12c in production environment. We will go throw all these points:

  • Sources required
  • Setup JDK 8
  • Setup weblogic 12.2.1
  • Setup FMW Infrastructure (ADF Runtime)
  • Create Repository Configuration Utility (RCU)
  • Create Weblogic Domain
  • Run and Configure the domain

1. Sources Required


1.       JDK 8
2.       Weblogic 12.2.1.0.0
3.       FMW Infrastructure (ADF Runtime)


2. Setup JDK 8

Double click on the jdk .exe file and setup jdk on the path has no space as


Do the same in JRE as



3. Setup Weblogic 12.2.1

-          Open cmd and write this:
/bin/java.exe –D64 –jar
For example:
C:\Java\jdk1.8.0_74\bin\java.exe –D64 –jar C:\12c_sources\fmw_12.2.1.0.0_wls.jar


-          Follow the following screen shots to setup Weblogic 12c










4. Setup FMW Infrastructure

-          Open cmd and write this:
/bin/java.exe –jar
For example:
C:\Java\jdk1.8.0_74\bin\java.exe –jar C:\12c_sources\fmw_12.2.1.0.0_infrastructure.jar



-          Setup infrastructure on the created Middleware folder as shown on these screenshots





5. Create Repository Configuration Utility (RCU)


-          You should know database connection information with sys user before start setup RCU.
-          Open cmd and run “rcu.bat” located on this path (/oracle_common/bin)
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\oracle_common\bin\rcu.bat


-          Follow these screenshots to setup RCU




These schema owner will be used when you create weblogic domain.







·         6. Create Weblogic Domain

-          Open cmd and run \wlserver\common\bin\config.cmd
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\wlserver\common\bin\config.cmd


-          Follow these screenshots to create the domain:












  7. Run and Configure the domain


-          Run this command to run AdminServer \ user_projects\domains\\bin\startWebLogic.cmd
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\user_projects\domains\ADFDomain\bin\startWebLogic.cmd


-          After successfully running the AdminServer open the browser and open the console from this url http://serverIp:port/console
For example:
 http://weblogic12:7001/console

-          From the console create a ManagedServer and after creating the managed server the JRF libraries automatically will applied to the server so no need to go to em to apply JRFTemplate anymore


-          Create a Machine and add AdminServer and ManagedServer to this machine



-          Install Node Manager services by invoking \user_projects\domains\\bin\installNodeMgrSvc.cmd
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\user_projects\domains\ADFDomain\bin\installNodeMgrSvc.cmd
-          You can configure node manager from nodemanager.properties file. You can find this file in this path:
\user_projects\domains\\nodemanager
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\user_projects\domains\ADFDomain\nodemanager

Note: if you make any changes in nodemanager.properties file you have to restart node manager services.

-          Shutdown AdminServer and ManagedServer.
-          To increase the ManagedServer memory, you can open setStartupEnv.cmd file from this path:
\user_projects\domains\\bin\
For example:
C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\user_projects\domains\ADFDomain\bin\
In the section if "%STARTUP_GROUP%"=="“ you can configure memory as



-          Run AdminServer and ManagedServer using node manager as:

Ø  Run wlst.cmd from \wlserver\common\bin\wlst.cmd


Ø  Connect to node manager using this command
nmConnect('weblogic','','','','','','ssl')

For example:

nmConnect('weblogic','weblogic1','localhost','5556','ADFDomain',' C:\Oracle\Middleware12.2.1\user_projects\domains\ADFDomain ','ssl')


Ø  Start AdminServer using this command:
nmStart('AdminServer')

Ø  Start ManagedServer using this command:
nmStart('') as
nmStart('ADFServer')


You can download a word document file (.docx) from here




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