3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 26, 2020 8:07 AM by Martien van den Akker

    Oracle 12.1.3 installation link

    722ed28d-b88e-421e-a88f-f21f65788b58

      Hi,

       

      I work on a project with Oracle BPM suite 12.1.3. My PC is dead so I have to reinstall all development environment but I can't find 12.1.3 download link anymore. All link are 12.2.1.x. Can you tell me where I can download 12.1.3 version? My production environment won't upgrade to a newer version.

        • 1. Re: Oracle 12.1.3 installation link
          Martien van den Akker

          Hi,

           

          Check out edelivery.oracle.com. There you should be able to find all earlier versions.

          Make sure you apply also all the relevant patchsets, at least the same you have installed on the server. I'd recommend to apply all the available patchsets for 12.1.3.

          This was a quite buggy release with a lot of improvements and bugfixes a long the way.

           

          Also, since you're still on 12.1.3, which is only a little less ancient than 11g, I'd highly recommend talking with your colleagues and admins to define an upgrade path. You would surely do yourselves (both the devs as wel as the admins) a favor upgrading to 12.2.1.4.

           

          Kind regards,

          Martien

          • 2. Re: Oracle 12.1.3 installation link
            722ed28d-b88e-421e-a88f-f21f65788b58

            thanks for the answer. Sadly I can't find this version in edelivery.oracle.com. There is for example versione 11.1.7 but not 12.1.3, it's strange. Do you know same other link where I can find it? I know that upgrade wold be the best solution, in fact, I already recommended this and I'll try to work on but I don't think it will be soon and in the meanwhile potentially I have to do fixes on deployed workflows..

            • 3. Re: Oracle 12.1.3 installation link
              Martien van den Akker

              In edelivery search for download package, on the term "BPM":

              I guess you can also search on SOA Suite.

               

              Then scroll down to "Select DLP: Oracle SOA Suite for Oracle Middleware 12.1.0.0.0 ( BPM )" and select it. I agree, it might be confusing.

              Then check it out under "View Items" and follow the instructions to:

              Uncheck all except the "Oracle Business Process Management 12.1.3.0.0" option and continue.

              It rbrings you here:

              Click on the link before "Oracle Business Process Management 12.1.3.0.0 - Quick Start for Developers":

               

              And there it is!

               

              Kind regards,
              Martien