Install Oracle JDeveloper Studio 188.8.131.52.0 for ADF Development
April 1, 2012 Leave a comment
Here are the steps to install the new Oracle JDeveloper Studio 184.108.40.206.0 version to design and develop ADF web application development. I have put the installation steps only for Windows Os.
Recommended CPU, Memory, Display, and Hard Drive Requirements
- Operating System: Windows 7, Windows XP – Service Pack 3
- CPU Type and Speed: Pentium IV 2 GHz or faster
- Memory: For 32-bit systems: 2 GB RAM, For 64-bit systems: 3 GB RAM
- Hard Drive Space: 3GB
1] Update your JDK
This version of JDeveloper requires JDK 6.0 or later. You can download and install it manually from the below link. However JDK 6 Update 24 is installed automatically when you use the platform-specific installer.
2] Download the Windows Installer (
You can download Oracle Installer from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) web site
Oracle Installer can be used to install Oracle JDeveloper Studio 220.127.116.11.0, the ADF Runtime, and Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.5) on your system.
3] Launch the Windows installer
To launch the Windows installer, double-click the jdevstudio11121install.exe file. Click Next to begin the installation process.
4] Choose Middleware Home Directory
You can create a new Middleware Home directory, or select one from a list of existing Middleware Home directories. If you choose a directory that already has Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle WebLogic Server components installed on it, you are taken directly to the Choose Products and Components screen to select additional components to install.
If you choose to create a new Middleware Home directory, the default provided is C:\Oracle\Middleware.
5] Choose Install Type
Select either Complete or Custom depending on the type of installation you want to perform. Selecting Complete will install Oracle JDeveloper Studio, Application Development Framework Runtime, and Oracle WebLogic Server on your system.
6] Confirm Product Installation Directories
View the directories that the components will be installed in. To make changes, click Back and navigate to the desired screen, or click Next to continue with the installation.
7] Choose Shortcut Location
Select the Start Menu folder where you want to place your shortcuts. You can select one of the following options:
- “All Users” Start Menu folder-Select this option to provide all users registered on this machine with access to installed software. Only users with Administrator privileges can create shortcuts in the All Users folder.
- Local user’s Start Menu folder-Select this option to ensure that other users registered on this machine will not have access to the Start menu entries for this installation.
8] Installation Summary
It displays the components that will be installed and total disk space that will be utilized.
9] Installation status
It displays the progress of the installation.
10] Installation Complete
Select Run Quickstart to open the Quickstart window once the installation process has ended. Click Done to end the installation process.
To start Oracle JDeveloper Studio on Windows, use any of the following methods:
- From your Start Menu, select All Programs, then select Oracle Fusion Middleware 18.104.22.168.0, and then select JDeveloper Studio 22.214.171.124.0.
- You can also start JDeveloper from the command line by running one of the following commands:
\jdeveloper\jdev\bin\jdev.exe(to display a console window for internal diagnostic information)
For Detailed Information:
Have a great ADF Learning!