This guide will cover about how to configure passive Dataguard, with the DRC as physical standby database. This guide made under Oracle 10g. Continue reading
In this guide, a domain will be create. After that managed servers will be created, and will be managed by Weblogic’s Nodemanager that represented by Machine. Then a vertical cluster (within the same box) will be configured, after clustering is finished JMS will be configured. Also data sources will be created to support transactional application. Continue reading
In this guide, it will explain how to create a database instance and also the configuration for database listener. Later in the guide it will tell how to configure listener after instance creation. However, it is better if the listener created first. In initialization parameter, there are several parameters that I used to change such as: Continue reading
The installation basically for Weblogic version 10.3.3 but it also can be used for older version like 9.2.x, the difference will be only on the path. Continue reading
In this guide, an installation guide for Oracle Database 10g is provided. The operating system that is used is Oracle Solaris 10, that run on Sparc Based Server. Continue reading
These are some of the scripts that will create another script that will be executed. The idea behind these scripts is that DBA won’t have to execute these alter table or index or lob one by one, when there thousand of lines of scripts.
The first script is to move lob column from every table that is owned by a schema
This can be encountered in an environment that use two-phase commit, managed distributed transaction, and where the client is having a network problem with the database server. The setup was Oracle Weblogic 10.3.3 with Oracle’s Thin XA Driver, and Oracle 11g Database Server.
Usually the only problem when using SSL in WebLogic is hostname verification, which will make the server failed to start. However, for production it is recommended to use this, so it won’t be vulnerable with man-in-the-middle attack. This how-to will be based on Weblogic 10.3.3 and Solaris 10.
This how-to is based on Oracle Weblogic 10.3.3 on Solaris 10 (Unix/Linux), lately the release is faster ~.~, the environment will like three tier application where web-app-db reside in the different host.
Make sure to create generic JAVA_HOME, WLS_HOME, and Keystore directory the same in each host. In this case
JAVA_HOME = /opt/jdk1.6
WLS_HOME = /opt/oracle11
Keystore Dir. = /opt/oracle11/ssl