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point bea home to your installaion home folder
installaion is at the location " C:\weblogic\11g_ps5\"
you will see following folders under it
in the above case BEA_HOME=C:\weblogic\11g_ps5\
What is the corect setting to be point by BEA_HOME enviroment variable?
My filesystem is:
01/11/2012 10:44 <DIR> coherence_3.7
29/11/2012 18:06 603 domain-registry.xml
01/11/2012 15:22 <DIR> JDev11g
01/11/2012 10:44 <DIR> jdk160_29
14/12/2012 16:57 <DIR> logs
29/11/2012 15:58 <DIR> modules
01/11/2012 10:44 625 ocm.rsp
14/12/2012 13:55 <DIR> oepe_188.8.131.52.0
01/11/2012 14:13 <DIR> oracle_common
01/11/2012 14:14 <DIR> Oracle_OSB1
01/11/2012 14:07 <DIR> Oracle_SOA1
29/11/2012 15:59 137.285 registry.dat
29/11/2012 15:59 3.665 registry.xml
22/11/2012 11:54 <DIR> registry111
29/11/2012 15:59 <DIR> repository111
01/11/2012 14:29 <DIR> user_projects
01/11/2012 10:40 <DIR> utils
01/11/2012 14:14 <DIR> wlserver_10.3
4 File(s) 142.178 bytes
16 Dir(s) 144.914.165.760 bytes free
While reading OER Guide, I read that I should point to my OSB HOme which in my case is C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_OSB1. Other blog tells me that I should point to WebLogic home which in my case is C:\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3. And even other blog tell to point to the home where is all my Oracle tolls which in my case should be C:\Oracle\Middleware. What is the purpose to set this system variable? I can run weblogic, OSB and OER without that. The only reason I setted BEA_HOME was to use harvester and untill now, apparently there are no diference what the path I set the variable with.
in your Case following are the properties
ORACLE_HOME: you can any of the "OSB/SOA" home based on the need.
Why do we need this?
Especially when you are working on following
1. WLST scripts
2. Setting and running some of the b2b related en-queue or de-queuing message from the backend
and many cases as of now i can think only above 2.
NOTE: if you really not interested on backend scirpt execution/harvesting/purging etc you don't need worry about these parameters
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