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OUD12c Upgrade Example - Upgrading an OUD 12.2.1.3.x Installation/Instance to 12.2.1.4.0 (Doc ID 2627631.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Example of upgrading an OUD Standalone 12.2.1.3.x Directory Server instance to 12.2.1.4.0

For info about the direct upgrade from 11g to OUD 12.2.1.4 -
One Hop Upgrade of Instance from OUD 11gR2PS3 to OUD 12cPS4 (Doc ID 2775836.1)

References -
About Starting Points for an Oracle Unified Directory Update

Upgrading a Topology That Does Not Include a Proxy Server
Upgrading an Existing Oracle Unified Directory Server Instance

When upgrading OUD Proxy refer to -
Upgrading a Topology That Includes a Proxy Server

When upgrading Oracle Unified Directory Services Manager (OUDSM) refer to -
Upgrading Oracle Unified Directory Services Manager

When OUD Directory Server Instance and OUDSM are in the same domain, refer to both -
Upgrading an Existing Oracle Unified Directory Server Instance (url above)
- AND -
Upgrading Oracle Unified Directory Services Manager (url above)



Note: When the OUD ORACLE_INSTANCE is under ORACLE_HOME follow this KM doc -
OUD 12c - How to Upgrade 12.2.1.3 to 12.2.1.4 When the Domain for OUD and OUDSM is Under the ORACLE_HOME (Doc ID 2645364.1)
The doc covers an example specific to a 12.2.1.3 installation of OUD within WLS domains where the domains exist under the OUD ORACLE_HOME.

The steps that need to be emphasized for a 12.2.1.3 Standalone upgrade to 12.2.1.4 when the OUD ORACLE_INSTANCE is under the OUD ORACLE_HOME are covered in this doc under -
Step #2 - Backup each instance
- and -
Step #5 - Restore OUD ORACLE_INSTANCE to under the OUD ORACLE_HOME

Solution

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