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ODI Installation 11.1.1.7.0 Steps on Windows 64 bit System

Posted by Santosh Kumar Gidadmani on May 3, 2015

Prerequisites

  1. WebLogic Server 10.3.6.0. Click here for WebLogic upgrade steps.
  2. Install JDK 1.6.0_35
  3. RCU Installations for Repositories. Click here for RCU Steps. (Optional). You can create Master and Work repositories using ODI Studio.

Note:

  1. Download ODI Installation files from the Oracle and unzip both the files in the same directory folder.
  2. Make sure the JDK folder path doesn’t have spaces and JDK location should be on the same drive as the installer.
  3. The java version should be 1.6.0_35+. Java version greater than 1.6 will not work.

Steps:

Click on the disk1 64 bit install file

It will ask for Java path, provide the below path…D:\Java (if you have installed the JDK in D:\Java)

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So copy Java path and right click on this window bar -> mark ->paste to paste the path.

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Click on Next.

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Skip the software updates and click on next.

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Click on all options or required options per requirements. Click on next.

On the next screen, click on next if all checks passed, if you are installing on windows 8, the operation system certification may show error, click on continue and click on next.

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Click on Next.

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The installation will detect the WLS directory. Click on next.

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If you want to configure repository at this stage, click on configure repositories or click on skip repository configuration. I have skipped the configuration as I have already installed the Repository.

On the next screen, provide the agent name and agent port. You can also skip the agent configuration by unchecking the agent option in the select installation type section. I have skipped

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Click on install to start installation of the ODI.

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Installation in progress.

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Click on Next.

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Click on finish after successfully installing ODI.

To check the repository connection, open the ODI studio.

Check the repository details using the SQL developer.

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And provide below connections to create the work repository.

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Select the repositories and click ok.

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The studio is connected.

Thanks,

Santosh

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