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     An Oracle White Paper January 2012 Governance, Risk and Compliance 8.6.4.1500 with Real Application Clusters  Governance, Risk and Compliance 8.6.4.1500 with Real Application Clusters Disclaimer  The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s p roducts remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.  Governance, Risk and Compliance 8.6.4.1500 with Real Application Clusters Introduction ....................................................................................... 2   Creating a New RAC Environment .................................................... 2   Updating an Existing RAC Environment ............................................ 3    Governance, Risk and Compliance 8.6.4.1500 with Real Application Clusters 2 Introduction  The database that serves Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) can be one in which Real  Application Clusters (RAC) is enabled. To deploy GRC on a RAC instance, you need to add certain steps to the procedures you complete to install GRC, as documented in the Governance, Risk and Compliance Installation Guide   for version 8.6.4. Even if you have already deployed GRC on a RAC instance for the initial 8.6.4 release of GRC, you need to complete some additional steps. In this case, skip ahead to “Updating an Existing RAC Environ ment. ” Creating a New RAC Environment Deploy GRC on a RAC instance as you install GRC. First, install an Oracle 11gR2 RAC database with Single Client Access Name (SCAN) mode on two nodes. Next, complete procedures documented in chapter 2 of the Governance, Risk and Compliance Installation Guide    for version 8.6.4, up to a section titled “EGRCM Configuration.” (The Installation Guide   is available on Oracle Technology Network.) Where the Installation Guide   instructs you to create a GRC schema, do so on the RAC database. Before proceeding to “EGRCM Configuration,” complete these steps: 1.   Set up a jdbc-oci driver, which is used for the connection between GRC and the RAC database. a.   For platform-specific libraries, go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/features/ instant-client/index-097480.html. Select the Instant Client link for the platform on which you are installing, then find the Basic download for 11.2.0.1.0. b.   Download and unzip the package into a single directory, such as “instantclient.”  c.   Set the library loading path in your environment to this directory before starting the application. On many Linux platorms, LD_LIBRARY_PATH is the appropriate environment variable. 2.   Start the WebLogic Server and GRC. Be sure the library loading path is set before the WebLogic Server is started. 3.   Complete the procedures documented in the Installation Guide  , beginning at the “EGRCM Configuration” section of chapter 2. As you do, you will enter values at the Properties tab of a GRC Manage Application Configurations page. Substitute the following values for those documented in the Installation Guide  :    Server Name: RAC@<SCAN_NAME>, where <SCAN_NAME> is the IP address/host name of the SCAN address configured for your RAC database.    Service Identifier: The RAC service name configured for your RAC database. 4.   Shut down GRC and the WebLogic Server.
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