Monday, January 28, 2008

Create OC4J 11 client environment

Monday, January 28, 2008 Posted by Andre Broers , , 5 comments
After some new installs over here I have a new Oracle VMware server based on Centos 5. I installed the oc4j 11 standalone server as the oracle user. This article describes how to create a client environment to build applications and deploy them to the remote oc4j.

I installed under root the package ant ( yum install ant ).

I installed under root the latest jdk in /usr/local (jdk-6u4-linux-i586.bin)

I added the JAVA_HOME to my .bash_profile

I added the $JAVA_HOME/bin to my PATH in the .bash_profile (in front of the rest)

In my home dir I created a directory oc4j_client_11110_preview in which I unzipped the oc4j_client_11110_preview.zip.

I added the OC4J_HOME to my .bash_profile

In my home dir I created a directory toplink_11.1.1.0_071214_preview-3 in which I unzipped the toplink_11.1.1.0_071214_preview-3.zip.

I added the TOPLINK_HOME to my .bash_profile

In my home dir I created a directory oc4j_admin_client_11110_preview in which I unzipped the oc4j_admin_client_11110_preview.zip.

I added the OC4J_ADMIN to my .bash_profile

In my home dir I created a directory myclasses wherin I downloaded ojdbc6.jar from Oracle JDBC download page.

now I have the needed jar libraries.

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