Setting up adf libraries, Post-installation tasks, Setting up targets for the jms servers – Oracle Audio Technologies Oracle Retail Place 12.2 User Manual

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Installing Place

Installing Place


Setting Up ADF Libraries

For the Online Help to work, you must invoke the ADF libraries in the WebLogic
Server Home directory. Although the ADF libraries are part of the product installation
and they get installed along with the product, you must source the file in
the WebLogic startup script.

To source the in the WebLogic startup script:


Edit the WebLogic startup script, and add the following text above the
CLASSPATH section:

source <Place_Installation>/config/adf/


Restart the application server.

For more information on the Application Development Framework (ADF), visit:

Post-Installation Tasks

Now that you have installed Place, restart your application server software and
proceed with the following options:

Set up the targets for AllocationServer and XIntJMSServer.
Applies to cluster-based installations. See

Setting Up Targets for the JMS Servers


If you are ready to start working with your business data, perform the following

Loading Business Rules

Loading User Roles

Loading Seed Data

If you want to maximize system performance, you can tune your Calculation

Setting Up Targets for the JMS Servers

In a cluster-based Place installation, the AllocationServer and XIntJMSServer JMS
servers are installed on the administrative server instead of the managed server.

For the forecasts to work, these JMS servers must be installed on the managed server.
To set up the targets for these JMS servers:


Log on to the WebLogic Administration console. You can access the console at the
following URL:



When you run the product installer, the ADF libraries get installed in the

modules folder (<Place_Installation>/modules/adf/) and the and
setupadf.cmd scripts get installed in the configuration root folder