SOA Installation on Windows7 & Configuring standalone domain

This post show you the step by step installation of SOA

Download the SOA from below link.

Accept the license agreement and download both files.


SOA Suite 12.2.1 – Part 1 of 2

SOA Suite 12.2.1 – Part 2 of 2

Extract both zip files into and you will see two jar files.




Though you may have multiple jar files, you do not need to run the install command on all. You only need to run the above command on fmw_12.

Installation Steps –>

We need JDk8 to install SOA .

To install Open Command prompt as administrator and enter the below command.

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_65\bin>java.exe -jar E:\SOA_OSB_Installers\FMW12C


Here “E:\SOA_OSB_Installers\FMW12C\_Installers\SOA12.2.1\” is the location of the jar files.



Once you run java command it will extract the files and launch the welcome page like this.



Select “Skip Updates” and click on next.

Browse the location where you want to install SOA12.2.1.0 and click on next.


It will check for the JDK version and the Operating system. Now click Next


Now it will show what all the features available to install, click on install.

Now click on Next and finish.

Once the installation is finished , it will launch Jdeveloper.

Go to help and check for updates, select the extension SDK and click on next.


After installing the updates it will ask for restart.

Configuring a standalone domain for SOA

Now we are going to create a integrated weblogic domain for SOA12.2.1.0

Go to windows->Application servers


Right click on “integrated weblogic server” and click on “Create a Default domain”


Enter the domain details such as password and confirm the password and port then click on “Ok”.


You are done with configuring a domain.


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