- Download Software – JDK 1.8.x and ODI 12c Studio Disk 1 & 2
- Install & Source JDK
- Install Oracle Data Integrator 12c Studio
Double click the jdk exe and then click “Run” on the Security Warning page.
I chose to install all of the Development Tools because I’ll need them for later projects.
If it appears to freeze after extracting the installer, check your task bar. The next screen deploys as a pop-behind and you’ll have to switch it to the active screen.
Default installation directory down C:\Program Files\Java\<jre version>
Close this screen… unless you want to go through the API documentations or developer guides.
Install ODI 12c Studio
I copied the zipped install files to my Desktop.
Unzip the the files using the tool of your choice. I’m using 7zip in this example.
The install must be started via the Windows command line.
Change directories to where you’ve stored the unzipped install disks for ODI 12c. For this example, using my desktop, cd C:\Users\joshua.johnson\Desktop\ODI 12c Studio
“C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_101\bin\java” -jar fmw_126.96.36.199.0_odi.jar
First Five Install Screens
I want the desktop version to match the version on the test server running ODI 12c and housing my repositories, so I’ll skip Auto Updates.
I’ve accepted the default install location. C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home
Select Stand Alone Installation
Let’s take a closer look at the warning message.
We can safely ignore this error and move on with our installation.
I’ve skipped the connection to My Oracle Support (MOS) and the Security Updates for this test, but you’re welcome to set them up with your MOS account credentials for your production installs.
New Start Menu Items: ODI Studio