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Stat 6.0 - Install Notes

Installing Stat
Prepare for installation Unpack the 6.0.0 installer Install the Stat database Create a staging database (PeopleSoft Only) Install the Stat Client Configure the Stat database Update the System Maintenance table Install the Stat Central Agent Install the Stat Oracle Agent (Oracle E- Business Suite only) Configure the SYSTEM user account Update the PS Object Mover Instructions (PeopleSoft Only) Implement Stat

Installing multiple servers on one host computer

Stat® currently supports installing up to four Stat Central Agents on the same host computer (provided there are no port conflicts). Additional Stat Central Agents are installed basically the same way as the first server, except you will need to install the additional servers to separate directories, define separate system variables, modify the startup files, and assign the servers to different port profiles.

If you need to install more than four servers on the same server, contact Technical Support.

NOTE: You can install only one Stat Central Agent per Stat Repository.
1
Unzip the contents of stat_standalone.zip to a location on the host computer that is different from the location where the first Stat Central Agent is installed. This location on the host computer will be referred to as <STAT_HOME2>.
2
Create an environment system variable called STAT_HOME2 with a value of <STAT_HOME2> from the above step.
For Windows®, go to <STAT_HOME2>\app\bin and open the standalone.conf.bat file in a text editor. Locate the line:
Change the value "%STAT_HOME%" to "%STAT_HOME2%".
Change the value for–Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset from zero to a proper value.
For Unix®, go to <STAT_HOME2>/app/bin and open the standalone.conf file in a text editor. Locate the line:
Change the value $STAT_HOME to $STAT_HOME2.
Change the value for–Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset from zero to a proper value.
The value for port-offset assigns a new offset of ports to the second Stat Central Agent. See Resolving Port and Firewall Conflicts for information on choosing the proper value for port-offset and resolving port conflicts.

Installing the Stat Central Agent on Oracle WebLogic 11g/12c

As an alternative to the recommended Stat® Standalone platform, the Stat Central Agent can be installed on Weblogic 11g (WebLogic v10.3.3-10.3.6) or Weblogic 12c (v12.1.x-v12.2.x).

2
Create a directory for Stat 6.0.0 in <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/.
NOTE: If you have port conflicts, see Resolving Port Conflicts (WebLogic.
3
Create a variable named $STAT_HOME and set it to <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat.
4
Create a variable named $STAT_HOME2 and set it to <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat2.
5
On the installation media, go to the \stat_server\weblogic folder and unzip the file stat_weblogic.zip to <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat.
NOTE: For Unix®, use the -a modifier to unzip the file.
6
Edit the startup script, startWebLogic.cmd located in <STAT_HOME> so that it references the correct wlserver folder name and (optionally) a different JDK version.
You will need to modify <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat/startweblogic.cmd (or startweblogic.sh for Unix) to point <STAT_HOME> to this new location or to the variable described in step 4.
7
Edit startWebLogic.cmd as follows:
a
Locate the wlserver_10x or wlserver_12x folder under <WL_HOME>, and edit the line:
set WL_HOME=%STAT_HOME%\..\..\..\wlserver_10 so that it specifies the exact folder name (e.g., wlserver_10.3).
NOTE: WebLogic names its wlserver folder based on the minor release installed.
b
(Optional) If you want to use a different 1.7.x JDK version, replace the line JAVA_HOME=..\..\..\jdk160_45 with the path for the new version (e.g., JAVA_HOME=C:\j2sdk170_25).
8
If you are using WebLogic 12.2.x and on Windows®, edit <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat/bin/setDomainEnv.bat.
Locate the lines:
@REM call "%WL_HOME%\..\oracle_common\common\bin\commEnv.cmd"
@REM call "%WL_HOME%\common\bin\commEnv.cmd"
9
If you are using WebLogic 12.2.x and on Unix, edit <WL_HOME>/user_projects/domains/stat/bin/setDomainEnv.sh.
Locate the lines:
# . ${WL_HOME}/../oracle_common/common/bin/commEnv.sh
# . ${WL_HOME}/common/bin/commEnv.sh
10
Locate the files wlclient.jar, wljmsclient.jar, and wlthint3client.jar and copy them to the Stat install folder on each workstation where Stat is installed.
These files are located in <WL_HOME>/wlserver_10.x/server/lib.
NOTE: For Oracle Applications only, wlclient.jar and wljmsclient.jar must also be copied to each Stat Oracle Agent. For more information, see Install the Stat Oracle Agent (Oracle E-Business Suite only).
c
Click Services, and then Data Sources on the Domain Structure tree on the left side of the screen.
d
Click StatDataSource on the Configuration tab.
e
Click the Connection Pool tab.
f
Click Lock & Edit on the upper left portion of the screen.
i
Click Save on the Connection Pool tab.
NOTE: If you do not receive a green check mark with the message “Settings Updated Successfully”, edit your savings and try again.
j
Click Activate Changes under Lock & Edit.
14
Open a browser and go to http://hostname:8081/stat (host name is the name of the machine where weblogic is installed).

Configuring the Stat Central Agent on Oracle WebLogic 11g/12c

Refer to the following sections for information on the number of ways you can configure the Stat® Central Agent on Oracle® WebLogic 11g:

Configuring the Stat Central Agent as a Windows Service (WebLogic)

Optionally, you can configure the Stat® Central Agent as a Windows® service. For more information, see the section, “Setting Up a WebLogic Server Instance as a Windows Service,” currently located at the following URL:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E14571_01/web.1111/e13708/winservice.htm#i1186180

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