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Upgrade DIP 11g to 12c for OUD 11g / 12c - Corrections to the Oracle Documentation for a Successful DIP Upgrade (Doc ID 2506751.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2019

Applies to:

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


Directory Integration Platform (DIP) 12c is included in the Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 12c installation.

The OID Upgrade documentation -
Upgrading Oracle Internet Directory
contains information about how to upgrade DIP 11g to 12c in -
Upgrading Oracle Directory Integration Platform from 11g

The OID Upgrade documentation contains incorrect information with regards to upgrading DIP 11g for OUD 12c.

This document covers the corrections and steps required to upgrade DIP 11g to 12c for OUD 12c, and should be used with the OID Upgrade documentation to direct the reader to the correct steps and workarounds necessary for a successful upgrade since this KM doc does not contain all the steps necessary for the upgrade.

This document does not cover steps to upgrade DIP 11g to 12c for OID 12c.

That information can be found in -
Integrating Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 with Oracle Unified Directory 12c ( (Doc ID 2278051.1)
Section 5: Upgrading Oracle Directory Integration Platform and Oracle Unified Directory


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In this Document
 Issue 1 - Creating the Required 12c Schemas
 Issue 1 - Correction
 Issue 2 - About the Oracle Directory Integration Platform Upgrade Process
 Issue 2 - Correction
 Issue 3 - About Reconfiguring the Domain
 Issue 3 - Correction
 Issue 4 - Upgrading Domain Component Configurations
 Issue 4 - Correction
 Issue 5 - Performing Post-Upgrade Tasks for Oracle Directory Integration Platform
 Issue 5 - Correction1 / Observation
 Issue 5 - Correction 2
 Issue 5 - Correction 3
 Issue 5 - Correction 4
 Issue 5 - Correction 5

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