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Example Install Steps for a WCC 12c Multi-Node Cluster and Content UI Cluster using the WLS Pack/Unpack and OHS (Doc ID 2055079.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content: Records - Version to [Release 12c]
Oracle WebCenter Content - Version to [Release 12c]
Oracle WebCenter Content - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The goal of this document is to explain how to install 12c WebCenter Content (WCC) content server, content ui, and Oracle Http Server (OHS) in a WebLogic (WLS) cluster using WLS "pack" and "unpack" per the Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) High Availability (HA) Guide.


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In this Document
 Shared/remote filesystem
 Shared Database
 Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure Install on Apphost1
 WCC Install to Apphost1
 OHS Install to Apphost1
 Repository Creation Utility
 Create WCC Domain on Apphost1
 Start the AdminServer and Disable Hostname Verification
 Start NodeManager on Apphost1
 Configure WCC for Shared/Remote File System and General Options
 Add the WCC Cluster-Aware Configuration Options to Apphost1
 Fusion Middleware 12c Infrastructure Install on Apphost2
 WCC Install to Apphost2
 OHS Install to Apphost2
 Use WLS Pack and Unpack to Join Apphost2 to the Clustered Domain on Apphost1
 Start NodeManager on Apphost2
 Start the AdminServer on Apphost1
 Start the UCM Managed Servers
 Add WCC Cluster-Aware Configuration Options to Apphost2
 Create the Vault Temp Directory on Apphost2
 Start the UCM_server2 Managed Server
 Configure the Load Balancer
 Enable Components Required for Content UI and Rebuild Search Index
 Start Content UI Cluster Nodes and Verify that They Work
 Modifying System Level Settings through MBeans
 Configure OHS on Apphost1
 Configure OHS on Apphost2
 Verify Cluster Communications

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