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Introduction Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Objectives After completing this course, you should be able to the following: • Describe the role of a Web administrator • Describe the architecture and components of Oracle Application Server • Install OracleAS Infrastructure and OracleAS Middle Tier • Configure and manage OracleAS Middle Tier components 1-2 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Course Objectives This course describes how to perform Oracle Application Server administration tasks, such as: • Installing and configuring Oracle Application Server components • Deploying applications • Implementing access control and security • Monitoring the performance and availability of Oracle Application Server and the deployed applications Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-2 Course Objectives • Configure and manage OracleAS Infrastructure components, such as: – Oracle Internet Directory – OracleAS Single Sign-On • • • 1-3 Manage and configure Oracle Application Server Certificate Authority Deploy and manage Web applications Describe backup and recovery solutions for OracleAS Infrastructure and OracleAS Middle Tier Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-3 Course Units This course is divided into the following units: Product Overview Installation Basic Configuration and Management Application Deployment Managing Access Control Performance and Availability 1-4 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Course Units This course is divided into six units Each unit addresses a major task that an Oracle Application Server administrator is expected to perform The tasks are related to the administration of the default installation of OracleAS Infrastructure and OracleAS Middle Tier with the Portal and Wireless installation type The units are described on the following pages Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-4 Unit 1: Product Overview This unit covers the following lesson: • Oracle Application Server: Key Components and Features 1-5 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 1: Product Overview You learn about the Oracle Application Server solution areas and product components, and the installation type that is necessary for your business goals The following are the key solution areas addressed by Oracle Application Server: • Deploying and managing J2EE applications • Deploying and managing portals and wireless-enabled applications • Accelerating performance with caching • Managing and securing the Web infrastructure Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-5 Unit 2: Installation This unit covers the following lessons: • Installing OracleAS Infrastructure • Installing OracleAS Middle Tier (Portal and Wireless) 1-6 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 2: Installation Each installation of Oracle Application Server depends on the options chosen at the time of installation; however, there are common elements to each installation You learn about: • The components that form the core of the Oracle Application Server architecture and are common to most installations • The components that enhance the Oracle Application Server architecture • The request and the communication flow involved in providing services to clients The middle tier contains software that enables you to deliver Web content, host Web applications, connect to back-office applications, and access your data on wireless devices You learn how to choose the installation option that is appropriate for your needs, perform the installation tasks, and verify whether the installation is successful OracleAS Infrastructure is a prerequisite for many middle-tier installations The components in OracleAS Infrastructure act as service providers for the middle tier You learn how to configure and enable these components to best suit the middle-tier architecture in your environment Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-6 Unit 3: Basic Management and Configuration This unit covers the following lessons: • Using Oracle Application Server Management Tools • Configuring and Managing Oracle HTTP Server • Configuring and Managing OracleAS Web Cache • Configuring and Managing OC4J • Configuring OracleAS Portal • Managing OracleAS Portal 1-7 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 3: Basic Management and Configuration Oracle Application Server provides flexibility in managing your Oracle Application Server environment You learn how to use the Web-based Application Server Control to manage Oracle Application Server instances You also learn to perform basic management tasks, such as starting and stopping OracleAS Infrastructure and middle-tier components by using command-line interfaces Oracle HTTP Server is a core component of Oracle Application Server OracleAS Web Cache accelerates static and dynamic content delivery You learn: • About the configuration of Oracle HTTP Server, and how to start and stop Oracle HTTP Server • To configure WebDAV support in Oracle HTTP Server for OracleAS Portal access • To use Application Server Control to start, stop, restart, and configure OracleAS Web Cache, and also to obtain status information • To create, modify, and delete caching rules and to apply invalidation mechanisms Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-7 Unit 3: Basic Management and Configuration (continued) Oracle Application Server Containers for J2EE (OC4J) is the basis for all the J2EE services that are provided by Oracle Application Server You learn about the architecture of OC4J, and how to configure and manage OC4J OracleAS Portal is installed as part of the Oracle Application Server Middle Tier installation OracleAS Portal supports a wide variety of topologies and configuration options You learn to: • Manage the default OracleAS Portal schemas, users, and groups • Configure the self-registration feature • Administer the portlet repository • Migrate your portal content to another portal instance Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-8 Unit 4: Application Deployment This unit covers the following lesson: • Deploying J2EE Applications 1-9 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 4: Application Deployment OC4J is a core component of Oracle Application Server and is installed with the goal of managing J2EE enterprise systems You learn to: • Deploy J2EE applications to Oracle Application Server • Create and manage the database connectivity for J2EE applications • Deploy an application by using the Deployment Wizard of Application Server Control • Create a new data source, and configure and use the new data source in your J2EE application Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-9 Unit 5: Managing Access Control This unit covers the following lessons: • Providing Basic Security Services • Configuring Oracle Application Server Components in Oracle Internet Directory • Administering the OracleAS Single Sign-On Server 1-10 Copyright © 2005, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 5: Managing Access Control You learn: • About how the architecture and functions of Oracle Application Server provide basic security services • About the concepts of Identity Management • To manage users and groups in Oracle Internet Directory by using Oracle Directory Manager • About how user passwords are managed for different components OracleAS Single Sign-On is designed to work in an environment where multiple Web-based applications are accessible through a portal You learn to configure and administer OracleAS Single Sign-On by using graphical user interface (GUI) and command-line interfaces Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I 1-10 Step 4: Back Up Your Oracle System Files On each host in your Oracle Application Server environment: • Make a backup of your Oracle system files using your preferred operating system command, such as tar or cpio • If the oraInventory directory resides outside of your Oracle Application Server home directory, make a backup of it using your preferred operation system command, such as tar or cpio 35-32 Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Step 4: Back Up Your Oracle System Files On each host in your Oracle Application Server environment: Make a backup of your Oracle system files using your preferred operating system command, such as tar or cpio Consult your OS-specific documentation to determine which directory contains your Oracle system files For example, on Unix systems, they may be in the /etc or the /var/opt/oracle directory If the oraInventory directory resides outside of your Oracle Application Server home directory, make a backup of it using your preferred operation system command, such as tar or cpio Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-32 Step 5: Start Your Oracle Application Server Environment • • 35-33 Start the Infrastructure Start the middle-tier instances Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Step 5: Start Your Oracle Application Server Environment Start the Infrastructure If your Infrastructure contains a Metadata Repository, start it as follows: Set the ORACLE_HOME environment variable to the Infrastructure home directory Set the ORACLE_SID environment variable to the Metadata Repository SID (default is asdb) Start the Net Listener: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/lsnrctl start Start the Metadata Repository instance: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/sqlplus /nolog SQL> connect SYS as SYSDBA SQL> startup SQL> quit Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-33 Step 5: Start Your Oracle Application Server Environment (continued) If your Infrastructure contains Identity Management, start is as follows: Start components: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin/opmnctl startall This command starts OPMN and all OPMN-managed processes such as DCM, Oracle HTTP Server, OC4J instances, and Oracle Internet Directory Start Application Server Control: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl start iasconsole Start the Middle-Tier Instances To start a middle-tier instance: If the middle-tier instance uses Infrastructure services, such as Identity Management or a Metadata Repository, make sure they are started Start components: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin/opmnctl startall This command starts OPMN and all OPMN-managed processes such as DCM, Oracle HTTP Server, OC4J instances, Web Cache, Forms, and Reports Start the Application Server Control: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl start iasconsole This procedure applies to all middle-tier instance types: • J2EE and Web Cache • Portal and Wireless • Business Intelligence and Forms Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-34 Restore Procedures The following scenarios are possible to rebuild your Oracle Application Server environment: • Restoring an Infrastructure to the same host • Restoring an infrastructure to a new host • Restoring and recovering the Metadata Repository • Restoring Infrastructure configuration files • Restoring a middle-tier installation to the same host • Restoring a middle-tier installation to a new host • Restoring middle-tier configuration files 35-35 Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restore Procedures The following scenarios are possible to rebuild your Oracle Application Server environment: • Restoring an Infrastructure to the same host includes the following steps: - Step 1: Stop the Infrastructure - Step 2: Restore the Infrastructure Oracle home - Step 3: Restore Infrastructure configuration files - Step 4: Restore and recover the Metadata Repository - Step 5: Start the Infrastructure • Restoring an infrastructure to a new host (this is covered in detail in later slides) needs the following approach: - Step 1: Prepare the new host - Step 2: Restore Oracle system files - Step 3: Restore the Infrastructure Oracle home - Step 4: Restore Infrastructure configuration files - Step 5: Restore and recover the Metadata Repository - Step 6: Start the Infrastructure Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-35 Restore Procedures (continued) • Restoring and recovering the Metadata Repository: The best practices for restoring and recovering the Metadata Repository are explained in detail in the Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Guide and help you to determine the best method for restoring and recovering your Metadata Repository • Restoring Infrastructure configuration files (this is covered in detail in later slides): - Step 1: Stop the Infrastructure - Step 2: Restore Infrastructure configuration files - Step 3: Apply recent administrative changes - Step 4: Start the Infrastructure • Restoring a middle-tier installation to the same host (this is covered in detail in later slides): - Step 1: Stop the middle-tier instance - Step 2: Restore the middle-tier Oracle home - Step 3: Restore middle-tier configuration files - Step 4: Start the middle-tier instance • Restoring a middle-tier installation to a new host (this is covered in detail in later slides): - Step 1: Prepare the new host - Step 2: Restore Oracle system files - Step 3: Restore the middle-tier Oracle home - Step 4: Restore middle-tier configuration files - Step 5: Restore the DCM file-based repository (if required) - Step 6: Set the new hostname and IP address (if required) - Step 7: Start the middle-tier instance • Restoring middle-tier configuration files (this is covered in detail in later slides): - Step 1: Stop the middle-tier instance - Step 2: Restore middle-tier configuration files - Step 3: Apply recent administrative changes - Step 4: Start the middle-tier instance Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-36 Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure to a New Host • • You may need to restore OracleAS Infrastructure to a new host system in case of a host (system) failure To restore OracleAS Infrastructure to a new host, use the following steps: 35-37 Prepare the new host Restore Oracle system files Restore the Infrastructure home directory Restore and recover the Metadata Repository Start the Metadata Repository Start the OracleAS Infrastructure and Application Server Control Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure to a New Host Prepare the new host: - The first step is to prepare a new host that has identical system configuration as the original host On the new host, make sure that the information such as hostname, virtual hostname, domain name, IP address, hardware platform, operating system release and patch levels is identical to the original host - Make sure the entries such as IP address, hostname, and aliases for the new host in /etc/hosts are identical to the old /etc/hosts file - Check port usage on the new host and ensure that there are no conflicts - On the new host, create an operating system user that is identical to the user who installed OracleAS Infrastructure on the original host The following attributes should be the same: User name, user ID, group name, and group ID Environment profile, and shell The user may have the same password or a different password than the original user Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-37 Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure to a New Host (continued) Restore the Oracle system files: - Restore the Oracle system files and Oracle Inventory from your complete cold backup If the oraInventory directory resided in a directory that was separate from the Infrastructure home directory, restore it too Restore the Infrastructure home directory: - Create an empty directory using the same mount point and full path as the original Infrastructure home directory Do not use symbolic links anywhere in the path - Make sure the directory is on a filesystem with enough space to hold the Infrastructure - Make sure the directory is owned by the same user and group as on the original host - To restore the OracleAS Infrastructure home directory: - Restore the backup (tar, cpio) of the Infrastructure home directory from your complete cold backup Be sure your method of restoring the files preserves the original owner, group, permissions, and timestamps - Restore the configuration file backup from your most recent partial online backup - For example, to this using the OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool: prompt> cd $HOME/infra/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_config -t config_bkp_2003-11-10_12-19 Restore and recover the Metadata Repository: - Restore and recover the Metadata Repository from your most recent backup - You can perform this step using your own procedures or the OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool - For example, to this using the tool: prompt> cd $HOME/infra/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_db - Set file permissions by running the following command as root: prompt> $HOME/infra/root.sh Note: It is not possible to a full backup of the Metadata Repository to a new node because compete recovery is not possible due to the absence of online redo logs A restore is done with a control file or through point-in-time recovery (that is, bkp_restore.pl -m restore_db -c -u ) If this command returns an error and the log shows that the data files were restored and recovered, then issue the SQL command “alter database open resetlogs” and the database will be opened in a consistent state Also, after recovery is complete, create a TEMP tablespace on the recovered database using: SQL> alter tablespace "TEMP" add tempfile 'ORACLE_HOME/oradata/GDB/temp01.dbf' size 5120K autoextend on next 8k maxsize unlimited; Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-38 Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure to a New Host (continued) Start the OracleAS Infrastructure: - Log in as the user that owns the Infrastructure home directory Set the ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID environment variables - Start the Metadata Repository listener: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/lsnrctl start - Start the Metadata Repository: prompt> sqlplus /nolog SQL> connect sys/password as sysdba SQL> startup Start Identity Management, and Application Server Control: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin/opmnctl startall prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl start iasconsole Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-39 Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure Configuration Files • You may have to restore the OracleAS Infrastructure configuration files if: – OracleAS Infrastructure configuration files are corrupted or lost – OracleAS Infrastructure installation files are available • To restore the configuration files: Stop the OracleAS Infrastructure Restore the configuration files from backup Apply administrative changes made after backup was taken Start the OracleAS Infrastructure 35-40 Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restoring OracleAS Infrastructure Configuration Files Use the following steps to restore OracleAS Infrastructure configuration files Stop the OracleAS Infrastructure instance if it is operational: prompt> cd $HOME/infra/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl stopall Restore configuration files: Restore the configuration files from your most recent partial online backup using the OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool: prompt> cd $HOME/infra/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_config -t config_bkp_2003-11-10_12-19 Apply recent administrative changes: If you made any administrative changes since the last time you did a online backup used in the step above, reapply them now Start the Infrastructure: prompt> cd $HOME/infra/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl startall Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-40 Restoring Middle Tier to the Same Host • You may need to restore middle tier to the same host when: – You have lost some or all of Oracle software files – Your host system and configuration files are available • Follow these steps to restore middle tier to the same host: Stop the middle-tier instance if it is still running If the instance was associated with an configuration repository, then make sure the corresponding repository instance is operational Restore the middle-tier home directory Start the middle tier 35-41 Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restoring Middle Tier to the Same Host Stop the middle-tier instance if it is still running: prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl stopall If the middle tier was associated with an OracleAS Infrastructure, then make sure the Infrastructure is up During restoration of the middle tier, the configuration files are synchronized with the OracleAS Metadata Repository Restore the middle-tier home directory: - Restore the backup of the middle-tier home directory from your complete cold backup Be sure your method of restoring the files preserves the original owner, group, permissions, and timestamps - Restore the configuration file backup from your most recent partial online backup prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_config -t config_bkp_2003-11-07_11-21 Start the middle-tier instance: prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl startall Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-41 Restoring Middle Tier to a New Host • • You may need to restore and recover a middle-tier installation to a new host when the system hosting the middle tier has a failure Restoring a middle-tier installation to a new host contains the following steps: 35-42 Prepare your host Restore Oracle system files Restore the middle-tier home directory Synchronize the middle tier with the new host Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restoring Middle Tier to a New Host Prepare your host: - The first step is to prepare a new host that has an identical system configuration as the original host Refer to the record you created for the OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool - On the new host, make sure that the hardware platform and the operating system release and patch levels are identical to the original host - Make sure the entry for the new host in /etc/hosts lists the IP address, hostname, and aliases in the same order as the old /etc/hosts file - Check port usage on the new host Make sure there are not any processes using the same ports as the Oracle Application Server installations you are about to restore If there are, you must reconfigure these processes to use different ports before you begin restoring your Oracle Application Server installations - On the new host, create an operating system user that is identical to the user who installed Oracle Application Server on the original host The following attributes should be the same: user name, numerical user ID, group name, numerical group ID, environment profile, and shell Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-42 Restoring Middle Tier to a New Host (continued) Note: You can restore the middle tier to a new node with a different hostname and IP address In this case, after full recovery of the middle-tier node, you have to run the hostname/IP change script before bringing up the middle-tier instance Restore Oracle system files: - Create the middle-tier home directory: Create an empty directory using the same mount point and full path as the original middle-tier home directory Do not use symbolic links anywhere in the path Make sure the directory is on a filesystem with enough space to hold the middle-tier installation Make sure the directory is owned by the same user and group as on the original host - Restore the Oracle system files from your complete cold backup - If the oraInventory directory resided in a directory that was separate from the middle-tier home directory, restore that Restore the middle-tier home directory: - Restore the backup (tar, cpio) of the middle-tier home directory from your complete cold backup Be sure your method of restoring the files preserves the original owner, group, permissions, and timestamps - Restore the configuration file backup from your most recent partial online backup prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_config -t config_bkp_2003-11-07_11-21 - If the file-based repository on the original host was lost, you must restore (import) the file-based repository to the new host This step is required only if You are using a file-based repository, you are restoring to a new host, and you are restoring the repository host instance: Stop the DCM daemon on all other instances in the farm by running them following command in the home directory of each instance: prompt> cd $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl stopproc ias-component=dcm-daemon - Restore (import) the file-based repository from the most recent backup to the new host: prompt> cd $ORACLE_HOME/dcm/bin/ prompt> /dcmctl importRepository -file file_name - When you run the importRepository command, the middle-tier instance you are currently restoring on the new host becomes the repository host instance If you intend to continue to use the original host, you must notify the original host that it is no longer the repository host instance To this, run the following command in the middle-tier instance on the original host: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/dcm/bin/dcmctl repositoryRelocated Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-43 Restoring Middle Tier to a New Host (continued) - Start the DCM daemon on all other instances in the farm by running the following command in the home directory of each instance (do not start DCM in the instance you are currently restoring): prompt> cd $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl startproc ias-component=dcm-daemon Synchronize the middle tier with the new host: - Set file permissions by running the following command as root: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/root.sh - If the new host has the same hostname and IP address as the old host, you can simply start the middle-tier instance as follows and you will be finished with the procedure: prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/bin/opmnctl startall prompt> $ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl start iasconsole Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-44 Restoring Middle-Tier Configuration Files • • You can restore lost or corrupted configuration files in a middle tier Follow these steps to restore configuration files: 35-45 Stop the middle tier Restore configuration files Apply recent administrative changes Start the middle tier Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Restoring Middle-Tier Configuration Files Stop the middle tier: Use the opmnctl to stop all processes of the middle-tier instance prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl stopall Restore configuration files: Restore the configuration files from your most recent partial online backup prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/backup_tool/AS_BR prompt> /bkp_restore.pl -m restore_config –t config_bkp_2003-11-07_11-21 Apply recent administrative changes: If you made any administrative changes since the last time you did a partial online backup, reapply them now Start the middle tier: Use the opmnctl to start all processes of the middle-tier instance prompt> cd $HOME/mi01/opmn/bin prompt> /opmnctl startall Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-45 Summary In this lesson, you should have learned how to the following: • Install Oracle Application Server Backup and Recovery Tool • Configure Oracle Application Server for full backup • Perform a full Oracle Application Server backup • Perform an partial online backup • Restore a middle tier from backup • Recover a OracleAS Infrastructure from backup 35-46 Copyright © 2004, Oracle All rights reserved Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II 35-46 [...]... to configure backup and recovery Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 1- 12 Summary In this introductory lesson, you should have learned about the course units and lessons 1- 13 Copyright © 20 05, Oracle All rights reserved Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 1- 13 Oracle Application Server 10 g: Key Components and Features Copyright © 20 05, Oracle All rights reserved Objectives... deployed on Oracle Application Server Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2 - 12 Oracle Application Server Components and Solutions (continued) Later in the course, you also learn about Oracle Application Server components that are used to administer Oracle Application Server, such as OracleAS Infrastructure, Oracle Enterprise Manager 10 g, Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server (OPMN),... pages Oracle Application Server has a set of features that provide communications and integration capabilities for e-business applications Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2 -13 Oracle Application Server Integration Solutions • • • • 2 -14 Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) Oracle Application Server Integration InterConnect Oracle Application Server Integration B2B Oracle Application. .. in the administration of Oracle Application Server Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2- 9 Oracle Application Server Terminology 2 -10 OracleAS Farm Is a collection of Oracle Application Server instances sharing the same configuration repository The repository can be OracleAS Metadata Repository or a file-based repository OracleAS Cluster Is a collection of Oracle Application Server instances... Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2 -11 Oracle Application Server Components and Solutions System Management Oracle Enterprise Manager 10 g Oracle Application Server Control Identity Management and Security 2 - 12 Caching OracleAS Web Cache Integration OracleAS Single Sign-On OracleAS Integration InterConnect Oracle Application Server Certificate Authority Java Authentication and Authorization Service Oracle. .. by Oracle Application Server • Describe the key components of Oracle Application Server • Explain the different installation options for Oracle Application Server • Explain the installation dependencies of Oracle Application Server components 2- 2 Copyright © 20 05, Oracle All rights reserved Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2- 2 Challenges of Creating and Maintaining E-Business Applications... Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2- 8 Oracle Application Server Terminology Oracle Application Server installation Is the set of executables and configuration files that are created when installing Oracle Application Server Oracle Application Server instance Is an operational Oracle Application Server installation that runs some of the Oracle Application Server components, such as Oracle HTTP Server and Oracle. .. Console, you can monitor and administer a single Oracle Application Server instance, an OracleAS Farm of application server instances, or an Oracle Application Server cluster Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2 -18 Oracle Application Server Management • Oracle Process Management and Notification Server (OPMN): – It monitors Oracle Application Server processes, and restarts them when needed... Wallet Manager and enable SSL for Oracle HTTP Server, OracleAS Portal, and OracleAS Web Cache Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 1- 11 Unit 6: Availability This unit covers the following lesson: • Backing Up and Restoring Oracle Application Server 1- 12 Copyright © 20 05, Oracle All rights reserved Unit 6: Availability You learn how to restore Oracle Application Server instances from a backup... identical application deployments and functioning as a single unit Oracle Enterprise Manager 10 g Application Server Control Manages individual Oracle Application Server instances Oracle Enterprise Manager 10 g Grid Control Centrally manages all the components of your network and your enterprise Copyright © 20 05, Oracle All rights reserved Oracle Application Server 10 g R2: Administration I 2 -10 Oracle Application
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