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Configure Client PC
Browser Configuration
Assuming you are accessing the BIC2G:PE server console using VNC (lite configuration) or using VMware directly (full configuration), click on the Start Here desktop icon. Follow the instructions on this page (and subsequent web pages) to: 1. Temporarily disable proxy settings on your web browser. 2. Access the BIC2G:PE server at http://<IP_Address>/go/ 3. Add partner.bic2g.com to the proxy exception list & re-enable proxies (if disabled in step 1) 4. Update the local HOSTS file with the above IP_Address and partner.bic2g.com so the PC can locally resolve the address for the BIC2G:PE server. 5. Access the main BIC2G:PE web page at http://partner.bic2g.com/go/ where youll find both helpful links and username/passwords. At this point, both your PC and its Browser are configured to access the BIC2G:PE server!

Client Development Tool Configuration


Next, we turn our attention to configuring the Oracle Client Development Tools installed earlier to access the BIC2G:PE. Each of the following installs created an Oracle_Home that needs a network configuration entry: 1. Oracle Warehouse Builder (default Oracle_Home = OraDb10g_home1) 2. Oracle BI Tools (default Oracle_Home = BIToolsHome1) 3. Oracle J/Dev (optional) (does not install into an Oracle Home!) Hence, the following instructions will need to be repeated for EACH Oracle_Home: 1. Start >> Programs >> Oracle [Oracle_Home] >> Configuration and Migration Tools >> Net Configuration Assistant. 2. Oracle Net Configuration Assistant will launch and a Java-based Welcome window will pop up. (Sometimes it pops up behind other windows, so you may need to hunt for it.) Select the Local Net Service Name configuration radio button and click on Next. 3. In the Net Service Name Configuration window, select the Add radio button and click on Next. 4. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Service Name window, enter the Service Name of partner.bic2g.com and click on Next. 5. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Select Protocols window, select the default of TCP and click on Next. 6. In the Net Service Name Configuration, TCP/IP Protocol window, enter the Host name of partner.bic2g.com, leave the default radio button selection of Use the standard port number of 1521 and click on Next.

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7. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Test window, select the Yes, perform a test radio button and click on Next. 8. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Connecting window, the test will normally fail due to an invalid username/password. To correct the default username/password, click on the Change Login button and set the Username to system and the Password to intbi1 followed by clicking OK. At this point, the test should succeed. Click on Next. 9. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Net Service Name window, leave the Net Service Name defaulted to partner and click on Next. 10. In the Net Service Name Configuration, Another Net Service Name window, select the No radio button and click on Next. 11. In the Net Service Name Configuration Done window, click on Next. 12. Back in the Welcome window, click on Finish. 13. Start back at step one until both Oracle_Homes (e.g., OraDb10g_home1 & BIToolsHome1) are configured. At this point, each Oracle_Home has an entry in its TNSNAMES.ORA file that points to the BIC2G:PE. All the configuration steps should now be complete and you can begin using the BIC2G:PE in the Class!

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