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Installing Siebel 8.2.2 on Linux x86-64 Part-4

6. Configure a Siebel Server.  

Now as we have populated Siebel database, next step is to configure Siebel Server.
In this section we will:-

  1. Generate siebenv.sh for Siebel Server.
  2. Configure, Start and test an Installed Siebel Server.

To generate siebenv.sh

  • Add 32-bit database client library path to LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/u01/obi/dbHome/OBIDB/product/11.2.0/client/lib
  • Navigate to siebsrvr install directory as
    # cd siebsrvr/install_script/install/
  • Run CreateSiebSrvrEnvScript which takes 4 arguments base directory of Siebel server , gateway name server info , Language and database type.
    Like :-
    [dbuser@vm50 install]$ ./CreateSiebSrvrEnvScript /u01/siebel/8.2.2.0.0/ses/siebsrvr vm50:2320 ENU Oracle
    Here arguments are <Siebsrvr home > <Name Server connecting string > <Langauage> <Database Type>
  • Important Note:- Please enter correct location of the ODBCINI parameter in the created siebenv.sh file.{as in our case odbc.ini was located in the gtwysrvr’s sys subdirectory so we set ODBCINI variable accordingly in siebenv.sh file just created in previous step.}
  • After fixing Siebenv.sh we source it.
  • Now we are ready to configure Siebel Server.

To configure Siebel Server

  • Navigate to config directory and run the configuration Wizard in siebsrv mode .as
    # ./config.sh -mode siebsrvr
  • Select Create new configuration.
  • Enter Gateway Name Server Authentication Username and Password.
  • Enter Gateway Name server Host-name and port(2320 in our case).
  • If you receive any error after the above step Please recheck if Gateway Name Server is running properly or not.
  • Enter Siebel Enterprise name
  • Enter Siebel Server name which by default is machine name.
  • Enable Components groups that you want.
  • Select Siebel connection Broker Port default is  2321;
  • Select Remote Synchronization Port.{Default is 40400}
  • As we are not going to perform any additional task click next and follow GUI.
  • A summary screen will appear click next to continue
  • And you should get a success message like the one below :-
  • Click exit to end the Wizard
  • Siebel server is now configures but not started
  • To start the server we navigate to siebsrvr bin directory
  • Run StartServer script as :-
    start_server [-r <siebel root>] [-e <enterprise>] [-L <language code>] [-a] [-f] [-g <gateway:port>] { <server name> … | ALL }
  • We can use srvrmanager to connect to the enterprise and the server
  • and it should connect successfully as
  • We can list all components as
    Srvrmgr> list components

Now next step is to Install Siebel web Server extension and we will try to access Siebel server using a web browser.

7. Installing and configuring a Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE).

In this section we will:-

  1. install the Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE)
  2. Configure and test SWSE

 Note: – We need an Oracle HTTP Server already running on the machine

 Note:– Supported Web Servers.
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11886_01/V8/CORE/SRSP_81/SRSP_81_ServerEnv8.html
In our case we have http server listening on port 7777.{We have Installing Oracle Web Tier 32-bit on a 64-bit Linux Operating System}
Make sure http server is running as:-

  • Navigate to Server instance sub directory
    For Example :-
    #cd /u01/middleware/Oracle_WT1/instances/instance1/bin
  • Check the status of http server using opmn {oracle process management notification }
  • So http server is running fine, now we will configure Siebel we Server extension.
  • Go to the install image that we created earlier .
    #cd/u01/Siebel_Install_Image/8.2.2.0/Linux/Server/Siebel_Web_Server_Extension/
  • Run the “runInstaller” script from the Disk1/install directory.
  • Select  Home Location.
  • Select Language and Click Next.
  • We skipped the security update.
  • Once again (as we did earlier), we can skip the prerequisites check warnings as we are using  64 bit Operating System.
  • Cryptographic seed is used to encrypt user information in cookies used by SIEBEL.
  • Click Install on summary screen to proceed.
  • We can monitor installation from progress bar .
  • Click exit after you get success message

Now we will configure the Siebel we server extension that we just installed.

  • Navigate to sweapp directory
  • Source cfgenv.sh file and navigate to config subdirectory to run configuration tool in swse mode as
    ./config.sh -mode swse
  • Enter Siebel Server hostname
  • Enter Siebel Connection Broker Port{Default is 2321}
  • Select Siebel Web Server Logical Profile that we created earlier , its located in gtwsrvr’s admin subdirectory .
  • Select web server Instance location.
  • We need to restart web Server after configuration so we select restart option
  • Click next to execute settings
  • Click exit after you get a success message.
  • Now we can test it on a web browser
  • We can log as SADMIN User.
    This Concludes Siebel 8.2.2.0 Installation on Linux x86-64.
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