<domain home>/bitools/bin/start.sh -i obips1
start.cmd if on Windows
question is what killed your presentation services component? Any clues in the log files?
So, as Joel started pointing out, you ask the wrong question. You don't want to know how to start OBIPS, you want to know why it doesn't start.
Do as Joel said: open the logs and find the reason there inside.
where can i find obips1 logs ?
You can check the <domain_home>/servers/bi_server1:- bi_server1.log, bi_server1.out
i saw the logs files for bi_server1 and obips1 but didn't specify where's the problem
here is the logs files for bi_server1 :
and here is the logs file for obips1 :
Could you at least post some details of the environment and context?
Exact version of OBIEE, OS version and details. Details about the environment and the history, where does it come from, what changed between last time it worked and now etc.
Ok, not even going to go any further.
You decided to skip the first step of any Oracle install, find out what are the requirements !!!!
Platform: Microsoft Windows 8 Professional
Where did you see that OBIEE 12c is supposed to work on a Windows 8 Pro ?
OBIEE is a server application, I never saw a single server run on Windows 8 Pro.
Look at the certification matrix (https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html ) and start with a supported OS. Otherwise no need to even look any further: the application isn't designed to work on that OS. This is what Oracle would tell you if you contact the support, and not much more that the community can don about that.
i use windows 10 , OBIEE 220.127.116.11.0.
it is the first time to me to install OBIEE , and when i start the bi server after running weblogic its show that all components are running except obips1 as shown in the photo of my post.
i followed the setps to install OBIEE in this link https://businessintelligenceblogs.wordpress.com/2017/05/14/obiee-12c-installation-steps/
till the end and all is gone well , but instead of openning the window of OBIEE 12c GCI page , it show me error 500 -- internal server error.
i thought that this problem beacause one of bi services is shutdown (obips1) , as i read that it shoud all bi services are running to access OBIEE 12c GCI page.
Following a blog post is ok, but doesn't mean you can't have a look at the official documentation.
The first step ever is to look at system requirements, that's the same for any kind of app you try to install on your system. (Would you download MicrosoftExcelInstaller.exe on linux and ask on the Microsoft forum why you can't start the installer? I doubt it)
OBIEE is a server application, it requires a server OS.
If you want to use Windows, you need Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2 or 2016. The application isn't written to work on any other Windows, it maybe can, it maybe doesn't, but it's a lottery. If you take a certified system you know that the application MUST work on that OS, therefore if having an issue there must be a solution somewhere.
OBIEE version: 18.104.22.168.0 is the very first release of 12c ever. It's so old that it's out of support for a while. So at least start with 22.214.171.124.0 which is the current available and supported version.
Find a supported OS and start there.
The steps to install 126.96.36.199.0 or 188.8.131.52.0 are the same, but one is supported and recent, one is old and full of issues.
Actually it's maybe easier if you look at https://www.oracle.com/middleware/technologies/obiee-samples-downloads.html
This is a virtualbox image, therefore you can run it on your Windows 10 as the OS inside the image is linux and everything is setup properly.
No idea what are your reasons for installing OBIEE 12c, but as you seem to be starting you maybe want to first play with the tool itself a bit and only later, if you want/need, look into install process etc.
thanks Gianni , i will follow these links and will install it on OS server.