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Example to Install and Configure Oracle Internet Directory (OID) in Standalone Mode with Domain Configuration (Doc ID 2306568.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Middleware - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article will show an example demonstration to install and configure Oracle Internet Directory ( OID 12c ) in Standalone Mode with Domain ConfigurationThis means no Infrastructure, and therefore no Directory Services Manager (ODSM) will be installed. Standalone mode will also require a standalone domain, which will be outlined in this document. For more explanation on different installation modes, see <Note 2304169.1>, "What Does OID 12c Standalone Mode Installation and Collocated Mode Installation Mean?"

This document does not supersede Oracle Documentation provided to install and configure, this is one person's experience to show extra notes taken along the way.


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In this Document
 Example Demonstration to Install and Configure OID 12c in Standalone Mode
 A. Installation of OID 12c Software
 B.  Running RCU
 C. OID 12c Domain Configuration in Standalone Mode (No WLS + JRF + ODSM 12c)
 D. Creating OID Instance and Starting the Server.

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