Discoverer 11g Installation On AIX – Install RCU

Posted: May 29, 2013 in OFM11g
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In this post, i will be installting Discoverer 11g ( on AIX 7.1. Following components will be installed for fully functional Discovere installation. I will be covering each in different post. For first post, i will be installing RCU for discoverer.

• Install RCU
• Install 10.3.6 weblogic server
• Install OFM
• Install OFM

Follow this link (here) for compatibility and prerequisites for platform specific installations. Once, all the platform specific requirments are meet, follow the steps. Let’s first check the java version on server.




In this case, java version is as per requirment. Now, download the RCU (Repository Creation Utility) and unzip it on any windows server and run the rcu.bat file. Following are screens for creating RCU. A detailed description of RCU creation can be found Here

On running the rcu.bat, first screen sill be welcome screen.








Click on next >








Select “create” option and click next >









Give the details of server where a blank database exists, which will be used for hosting discoverer repository. I am using a database and make sure that you know the sys/system user password of database as it will be required in this screen.








click on next >










On this screen, specify the prefix of schema names and tablespace name which will be used for discoverer.











Specify password for all discoverer related schemas.








Click on next >








Click on next >








Click on next >









Now, click on create and finally you will get the success screen at the end.









So, RCU setup is complete and in next post i will be installing weblogic 10.3.6. Keep reading !!!!!!!!


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