HDR Installation Requires Java 1.7 And Applications Installed On Database Server

(Doc ID 2119656.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Healthcare Data Repository - Version 7.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Question 1: Is Java 1.7 required?

The Oracle Universal Installer for HDR requires part of the application to be installed on the database server. It also requires Java 1.7 to be installed on the database server. This is not allowed in our production environment.

Only the database is allowed on the database server and no other connection to the database server is allowed other than connection through the database listener on the database port.

How can HDR be installed without using the Java 1.7 JDK on the database server?

Question 2: Is OUI mandatory?

How can HDR be installed without using the universal installer and without installing the ETS Concurrent Libraries ?

Question 3: Need to manually create database objects?

The documentation and patch notes do not provide this clearly enough to proceed without big amounts of trial and error. Must create the tablespaces manually? Must also create the CTB and HCT users manually as well?

Need to grant connect and resource?

Question 4: Do we have all HDR patches merged in one?

Regarding the HDR 5 patches, can those be merged in some way so that there is just a single installation instead of 6 (initial and 5 sequential patches)?

Question 5: Managed Server is failing to start. What can be the cause?

The behavior is that the Oracle Installer for HDR 7.0 gets to 99% and then fails because the HDR managed server does not start within 60 seconds. Because of this the installer times out. If you tell it to retry, it attempts to start the managed server again.

Here is the error reported by the installer:

Question 5: Is there a way to configure the AdminServer to listen on all interfaces?


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