In this post you will see how to configure a compact domain for SOA18.104.22.168
Before configuring compact domain you need to create schemas using RCU.
RCU Installation –>
Navigate to $MW_HOME/oracle_common/bin. Locate file rcu.bat and select ‘Run as Administrator’ on right click to bring up the following welcome screen.
Click Next and choose default options for creating the repository.
Click Next and enter your database information with sys credentials.
Click on Next and you can Ignore the warning related to Oracle XE .
Enter prefix and select SOA Infrastructure schema.
Click Next and enter the password for all schemas.
Click Next and proceed to next screen by accepting the defaults.
Click Create to confirm Repository creation utility.
Configuring a compact Domain –>
Go to $MW_HOME/oracle_common/common/bin and find the fileconfig.cmd. Right click and select ‘Run as Administrator’ to bring up the screen. Enter the domain name and click on Next.
Now select the products you want to install and click on next.
Click on next to proceed.
Provide the password for weblogic and click on next.
Leave the JDK location as default and click on next.
Enter the database details and schema password then click on Get RCU Configuration.
Once Rcu configuration is successful , click on next.
Click next on component data sources page.
Click Next and verify that connection test is successful for all the schemas. If not, you can go back to previous screen and modify individual schema connection information.
Once testing is done, Click Next and accept the defaults.
Click Next and in this screen you verify the domain configuration the wizard is going to create.
Click Create to start the domain creation.
Once the the domain creation is successful, Click Next.
Click on Finish. This completes the creation of compact domain.
To start the admin and managed servers, navigate to your domain bin location.
Now start the Admin server by executing the command “startWeblogic.cmd” and managed servers by executing the command “startManagedWeblogic.cmd”.