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OID12c - Example to Silent Install and Configure Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 12c in Standalone Mode with Domain Configuration (Doc ID 2950900.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2023

Applies to:

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


There are no steps to do Standalone OID 12c (  Silent installation in Install Documentation. 

This article will show an example demonstration to Silent (no GUI) install and configure Oracle Internet Directory (OID) 12c in Standalone Mode with Domain Configuration. This 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.

Table of Contents

1. Software needed

2. JDK needed

3. Setting environment variables

4. Install OID 12 binaries

5. Setting new ORACLE_HOME environment variable

6. Run RCU

7. Create specific OID domain for standalone (nodemanager only) using wlst commands.

8. Start the new NodeManager

9. Performing the Initial Oracle Internet Directory Setup

10. Verifying the Configuration



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