Friday, March 02, 2012

PeopleSoft 9.1 Mobile Inventory: Deploying Mobile Inventory Application

As said, the Mobile Inventory is build using ADF Mobile. In order to use the Mobile Inventory Application, we need to deploy the application ear delivered by PeopleSoft to Application Developer running within Weblogic Server. Enterprise Manager is used to deploy the Application.

If the admin server is not running yet, start it from the Windows start menu in the Weblogic folder. Now open a browser and go to http://localhost:7001/em.

On the logon screen log in with the Weblogic admin user.

On the Home page expend the mobile_domain and select AdminServer.

From the dropdownlist select Application Deployment - Deploy

Select file PsftMobileInv.ear from <PS_APP_HOME>setup\oracle\adf\MobileInventory directory and click on Next.

On the Select Target page, select AdminServer and click on Next.

On the Attributes screen leave all values default and click on Next.

On the Deploy Settings page select Click on the pencil icon after Configure ADF Connections.

You will now see a list of all the ADF Connections eg all webservices from FSCM that Mobile Inventory uses. For all of these webservices the WSDL and EndPoint has to be adjusted. Click on the pencil icon to apply changes and do this for all the connections.

Change the WSDL URL and the Endpoint to reflect your server and port. When you are done, click the Apply button, and then click the Deploy button.

Now Mobile Inventory is deployed and ready to be used!

Restart the admin server, open a browser and go to http://localhost:7001/PsftMobile/faces/Login to test the Application

1 comment:

  1. Ankush Puranik4:51 PM

    Hello -

    Do we mandatorily need a EM console to deploy the application ? I understand that EM comes as part of fusion middleware and not along with stand alone weblogic server.
    Can we create the ear file out of ADF and deploy on the standard weblogic server ? Will that work or we need EM console for deploying the application.
    Please let me know.