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Query on Clustered Installation Of RMS 14.1.2 Application (Doc ID 2131836.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 14.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Clarification on the Clustered Installation of RMS 14.1.2 application information which shared in the installation guide as below:

Content from RMS 14.1.2 Installation guide:

Clustered Installations – Post-Installation Steps
If you are installing the RMS application to a clustered environment, there are some extra steps you need to take to complete the installation. In these instructions, the application server node with the ORACLE_HOME you used for the RMS application installation is referred to as master node. All other nodes are referred to as remote nodes.
To complete the RMS forms application install, the installer provided new versions of formsweb.cfg and the newly-created env files for the new RMS installation. The entries added to formsweb.cfg and env files for these new environments should be copied from the master node to the remote nodes.

Note: The newly created env files will have a change to the FORMS_PATH variable as well as entries appended to the end of the file.
Note: Do not copy the entire file from one node to another. Only copy the RMS entries modified in these files by the installer. There is node-specific information in this file that is different between ORACLE_HOME installations.

In order to Install the RMS application in cluster environment , as mention in installation guide user need to copy files from master node to remote nodes. Can it be elaborated more on this (Specify the files those needs to copied, also if any additional directories needs to copied) Also what about the RETAIL_HOME directory on remote nodes?


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