The chapter in the Install Guide for the orchestration script is here:
Make sure the script config file is set up correctly. The parameters are here:
On your problem, are you running on Linux or Windows?
If Windows, make sure you run the script with admin rights (as it creates temp files in the root of C).
If Linux, make sure you run the script as a non-root user. Also make sure you have write rights for the temp directory.
If you're on Linux and having problems with ADF, you may want to disable the prerequisites check:
When you open the command prompt, make sure you right-click it and chose the "Run as administrator" option. This means:
1. If you did an ordinary open, then the command prompt window should have "Command Prompt" as its header. In this case, you are not running with Admin rights.
2. If you did a "Run as administrator" open, then the command prompt window should have "Administrator: Command Prompt" as its header. In this case, you are running with Admin rights.
In other words, the term "admin rights" does not mean your rights when you log in, but rather how you opened the command prompt.
The real problem is that maybe you are installing on a different drive to the one with the temporary directory (usually TEMP = C: \ Users \ ADMINI ~ 1 \ AppData \ Local \ Temp \ 2). By example e:\Oracle\xxx. So pls verify that the installation is in C: \ xxxx
This is due to a bug in the C: \ Oracle \ eidOrch \ orchScripts \ ES_windows_OC \ run_endecaserver_install.bat, when the process s extracting the zip for ADF .
Another tip is to make sure you have sufiente memory (8 GB), that the process is very heavy and out of memory the process fails.