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Get an overview of the Oracle Application Server 10g architecture, its functional components, the administrative tools for application development, and examples of commands that are used to perform frequent Application Server 10g administrative functions. This chapter is from the book, Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Handbook, by John Garmany and Donald K. Burleson (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, ISBN: 0072229586, 2004).

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Oracle Application Server 10g Architecture and Administration
  2. Hardware Architecture of Application Server 10g
  3. Client Tier, Web Tier, OHS, and Web Cache
  4. App Server Tier, Partitioning
  5. Application Server 10g Clusters and Farms and Database Tier
  6. Application Server Discoverer
  7. Oracle Application Server Wireless
  8. Single Sign-On (SSO)
  9. Oracle Application Server 10g Administration
  10. Command-Line Interfaces or OEM?
  11. Instance Manager Home Page
  12. Category Command Usage Table
  13. Command Line Interface and Scripts
  14. EM Commands with emctl
  15. Managing Application Server 10gwith dcmctl
  16. Miscellaneous Application Server 10g Commands and Sumary
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July 13, 2004

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Category Command Usage

Application Server 10g
iasua.sh This is the upgrade assistant executable.
DCM dcmctl The Distributed Configuration Manager is for managing Application Server 10g components.
Discoverer eulbuilder.jar This is the Discoverer end-user layer Java command-line interface.
DMS dmstool This is used for viewing performance metrics.
Forms fplsqlconv90 This is used to update PL/SQL for Forms6i.
Forms ifbld90 This is used to start Forms Developer.
Forms ifcmp90 This starts the Forms Compiler.
Forms iff2xml90 This will traverse a module object hierarchy and produce an XML representation.
Forms ifweb90 This allows you to preview a form in a web browser.
Forms ifxml2f90 This will take a Forms XML format and convert it back into a module. 
Forms ifxmlv90 This is the XML validator to validate .xml files against the Forms XML Schema.
J2EE ojspc This is the JSP back precompiler.
J2EE admin.jar This tool is only used in the sample OC4J standalone installation. Do not use this command.

J2EE
jazn.jar This JAR file manages both XML-based and LDAP-based JAAS data. 
LDAP ldapadd This is the OID add utility for adding entries, their object classes, and attributes.
LDAP ldapaddmt This is just like ldapadd, but with support for multiple threads for adding entries concurrently.  
 
LDAP ldapbind This determines whether you can authenticate a client to a server.  
LDAP ldapcompare This compares your attribute values with an OID entry.
LDAP ldapdelete This removes entries from OID.
LDAP ldapmoddn This modifies the DN or RDN of an Oracle Internet
Directory entry.
LDAP ldapmodify This modifies OID attributes.
LDAP ldapmodifymt This modifies several OID entries concurrently.
LDAP ldapsearch This will search and retrieve specific OID entries.
LDAP bulkdelete.sh This deletes a whole OID subtree.
LDAP bulkload.sh This creates OID entries from data residing in or created by other applications.  
LDAP catalog.sh This will add and delete OID catalog entries.
LDAP hiqpurge.sh This moves OID changes from the human intervention queue to the purge queue. 
LDAP hiqretry.sh This moves OID changes from the human intervention queue to the retry queue. 
LDAP oidstats.sh This analyzes Operational Data Store (ODS) schema
objects to estimate statistics.
LDAP remtool This is used with an OID replication failure.
OCA ocactl This is the Certificate Authority administration tool.
OEM utility emctl This starts, stops, and manages security for OEM.
OID bulkmodify This will modify a large number OID entries.
OID dipassistant This is used with the Oracle Directory Integration and Provisioning platform.  
OID ldifmigrator This is used to migrate data from application-specific repositories inot OID.

OID
ldifwrite This converts OID data to LDIF and makes that information available for loading inot a new node in a replicated directory or into another node for backup storage.
OID oidctl This will start and stop Oracle Internet Directory.
OID oidmon This manages OID processes.
OID oidpasswd This changes the OID database password.
OID oidprovtool This is used to administer provisioning profile entries in OID.
OID oidreconcile This synchronizes OID entries.
OID resetiASpasswd.sh This resets the internal password that instances use to authenticate themselves with OID. It resets the password to a randomly generated password.
OID schemasync This synchronizes schema elements between OID and third-party LDAP directories.
OID stopodis.sh This starts the directory integration and provisioning server without using the oidctl executable.
OPM opmnctl This will start, stop, and get status on OPMN-managed processes. This is the main tool for starting and stopping an instance.
OSSA ossoca.jar This configures additional languages for Application Server 10g Single Sign-On.
Reports rwbuilder This invokes the Reports Builder.
Reports rwcgi This translates and delivers information between HTTP and the Reports Server.
Reports rwclient This parses and transfers a command line to the specified (or default) Reports Server.
Reports rwconverter This converts report definitions or PL/SQL libraries from one storage format to another.
Reports rwrun This runs a report using the Application Server 10g Reports Services in-process server.
Reports rwserver This invokes the Reports Server.
SSO ssocfg.sh This updates host, port, and protocol of SSO URL.
SSO ssooconf.sql This points SSO to a different OID.
SSO ossoreg.jar This is the mod_osso registration tool.

Web Cache
webcachectl This manages Web Cache processes, including the administration server process, cache server process, and auto-restart process.
Web services uddiadmin.jar This manages the UDDI registry.
Wireless portalRegistrar.sh This reregisters the mobile gateway parameter with Application Server Portal 10g.
Wireless reRegisterSSO.sh This reregisters the Wireless Single Sign-On partner application with the Single Sign-On server.

This chapter is from Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Handbook, by Garmany and Burleson. (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004, ISBN: 0072229586). Check it out at your favorite bookstore today. Buy this book now.



 
 
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