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OID 12c: Installation And Configuration Of A Collocated Clustered Oracle Internet Directory (OID) On A Supported Linux Host (With Screenshots) (Doc ID 2326373.1)

Last updated on MARCH 28, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 This document walks through the configuration of a 2 node Oracle Internet Directory (OID) (12c Patch Set 3) Collocated cluster on a supported Linux host.


The initial installation of the database, Infrastructure and OID software components are outside the scope of this document.  The following steps are expected to have previously been completed.

  1. Install and configure a compatible database
  2. Create the required schemas for a Collocated OID installation
  3. Install the Infrastructure on both/all nodes
  4. Install OID on both/all nodes

To review the steps required to complete these pre-requisites, please refer to the book "Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring Oracle Internet Directory" of the official documentation set.

These steps are also documented in the knowledge base article "OID 12c: Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Collocated Installation and Configuration on a supported Linux host with screenshots (Doc ID 2273867.1)"



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In this Document
 Configuring the Weblogic Domain on Server 1
 Start the Admin Server on Server 1
 Update the Admin Servers LISTEN address
 Restart the AdminServer on Server 1
 Start NodeManager on Server 1
 Configure OID on Server1
 Create the Weblogic entries and 'oid2' instance for Server 2 (from Server1)
 Create the 'oid2' instance (from Server1)
 Create Weblogic domain on Server 2
 Transfer the <DOMAIN_NAME>.jar to Server 2
 Create the domain entries on Server 2 with
 Start NodeManager and 'oid2' on Server 2 
 Verify startup and functionality

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