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OUD 12c: How to Install OUD and OUDSM in Collocated Mode (Rather Than Standalone Mode Where OUD & OUDSM are Installed in One Domain or In Separate Domains) (Doc ID 2303721.1)

Last updated on APRIL 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 12.2.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

 This article will describe the steps with an example on How to Install OUD 12c and OUDSM 12c in Collocated Mode (Rather Than Standalone Mode Where OUD & OUDSM are Installed in One Domain or In Separate Domains).

NOTE1: There are three different ways to install OUD.

1) Standalone (no WLS domain needed - No Infrastructure Install Only OUD Install)

2) OUD & OUDSM in one WLS Domain (Requires Infrastructure Install, Database with RCU config, OUD Install)

3) OUD in a Separate WLS Domain from OUDSM
- OUD in a Separate WLS Domain from OUDSM (Requires Infrastructure Install, OUD Install - *No Database Required*)
- OUDSM in a Separate WLS Domain from OUD (Requires Infrastructure Install, OUD Install - *No Database Required* - OUDSM Could be on a Different Host from the OUD instance and can be used for a Standalone OUD Instance

NOTE2: For OUD 12c install in standalone mode, refer to below article.

 OUD 12c: How to Download and Install OUD 12c in Standalone Mode (with No Domain Configuration) (Doc ID 2298379.1)

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 General Prerequisites
 Installation of FMW 12c Infrastructure Software
 Installation of Oracle Unified Directory 12c Software
 Configure OUD & OUDSM in the Same Domain
 - Configure DB Schema Using RCU
 - Create the Domain for OUD/OUDSM in the Same Domain Using the Configuration Wizard
 Configure OUD & OUDSM in Separate Domains
 - Configure OUD in a Separate Domain
 - Configure the OUDSM Domain Using WLST
References

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