ODI 12 C Installation Steps
ODI 12 C Installation Steps:
Hello ODI Lovers!!. Its time to install ODI 12 C version. Since Oracle announced Oracle Data Integrator 12c, I was really struggling to get some free time to evaluate the newest version. I would say its another milestone for Oracle. This time you will find lot of changes ( new features ) in the UI and some what contains similarity with OWB. The complete installation took around 45 minutes for me as because I had to struggle around to resolve jdk path issue during start up. Please try it in your Dev environment and let me know if you have any issues.
Oracle Data Integrator 12cR1 (184.108.40.206.0)
Extract the zip file. You will see two file (odi_121200.jar, odi_1212_opatch.zip) under ofm_odi_generic_220.127.116.11.0_disk1_1of1.
Go to command prompt and use below command to start the installer.
Since I was in hurry to see the UI, I installed it in my existing Weblogic Home which is of 11g version.
Congratulation!! You have successfully installed ODI 12c. Now go to the location D:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\odi\studio and click on odi.exe. On the 1st time it will ask you to provide the jdk location. After providing the jdk path you might see below error.
Well this is somewhat outside my realm of knowledge. Not sure why it is reading jvm.dll. This was not happening in the older version of ODI. After some research on Google, I found the solution. In simple go to D:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\odi\studio\bin and modify the odi.conf. On the 4th line you will find
AddVMOption -XX:MaxPermSize=256M. Just modify this to
Make sure you have the correct jdk home (last line) in the same file. In my case it is
Thats all. Double click on odi.exe.
Wondering after looking into the home screen ??? Well this is just the beginning. When you will create new mappings ( formerly called as interface) you will find lots of changes. Anyway lets proceed further.
I can see my old preference available in the drop down list.
Hmmm..You know what you have to do now. See you in my next post where we will discuss more about repository upgradation.
Thanks for reading.