Installing and Setting Up Informatica PowerCenter
Installing and Setting Up Oracle BI Applications
For information on configuring the Oracle BI Repository, see the Oracle Business
Intelligence Applications Configuration Guide for Informatica PowerCenter Users.
Refer to the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition documentation for
more information on working with the Oracle BI Repository and Presentation
4.6 Installing and Setting Up Informatica PowerCenter
This section explains how to install and set up Informatica PowerCenter, and contains
the following topics:
Section 4.6.1, "Installing Informatica PowerCenter Client Tools (Windows)"
Section 4.6.2, "Installing Informatica PowerCenter Services"
Section 4.6.3, "Creating the Informatica Repository Service"
Section 4.6.4, "Creating the Informatica Integration Service"
Section 4.6.5, "Restoring the Pre-built Informatica Repository"
Section 4.6.6, "Configuring Informatica PowerCenter Components"
For information about additional hot fixes or emergency bug fixes that may be
required to support Informatica PowerCenter V9.0.1 HF2, see the System
Requirements and Supported Platforms for Oracle Business Intelligence Applications.
The Informatica PowerCenter installation files are available on eDelivery in the BI
If you are deploying Oracle BI Applications with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne or JD
Edwards World source systems, select the appropriate operating system on which
to install Informatica PowerCenter as follows:
If you are a JDE World customer, or a JDE E1 customer on DB2 for IBMi that
upgraded from JDE World and never changed the database structure, then
you must run Informatica on a Windows OS platform and connect to the DB2
on IBMi source database with ODBC.
If you are an E1 customer on DB2 for IBMi that created the database with the
E1 (constructed with SQL), then you may run Informatica on any LUW OS
platform and use either ODBC (Windows) or DB2 Connect (Unix/Aix/Linux)
to connect to the DB2 on IBMi source database.
RPD and MAP files.
Repository files from previous versions of Oracle
BI Application and Siebel Analytics Application
releases. These repositories are used to upgrade
from previous Oracle BI Applications versions.
Data Warehouse repository files and scripts.
(Cont.) Verifying installation files