Here I am going to share this post for how to install the JDeveloper 11g, Oracle ADF Run Time and integrated Oracle Weblogic application Server on Windows platform. Step by step instructions with pictures are showing for complete installation. There is also option to customize the installation to install only JDeveloper and ADF Run time or WebLogic app Server and ADF Run time.
To download Oracle JDeveloper please click here
For system requirements please click Oracle® Fusion Middleware System Requirements and Specifications 11g Release 1
1- Below is the Download page for Oracle JDeveloper 11g. Accept the license agreement, Downloading will start after clicking the download file button. Save the file at your specific folder / location
To start installation, double click the Jdeveloper Studio setup file
Jdeveloper Studio Installation has been started.
Here you can set the Oracle Middleware home directory where to install the oracle products JDeveloper, weblogic app server. This location will be oracle Middleware home location
6- To customize the features, click on custom otherwise click typical to install all products JDeveloper, ADF Run time and Weblogic server
Give the Installation directories for installation of JDeveloper and Weblogic server
Here you can manage the user access for JDeveloper access. By default, it is checked for all users of your computer machine.
Here all installation summary shows that following selected prodects and JDKs will be installed. Click next for next step
Oracle installer has started the installation of JDeveloper and weblogic app server
11- Congratulation JDeveloper and Weblogic server Installation has been completed. Click at done to finish the installation
12- This is Quick Start View, here you can configure the Web Logic application Server to create a starter domain using the configuration wizard. You can use the starter domain to explore the weblogic server.
Here you can start Oracle JDeveloper 11g, to configure domains for oracle ADF and can access Jdevleoper documents
13- You can also start JDeveloper from Start -> All Programs -> Oracle Fusion Middleware -> JDeveloper Studio
Now you can use your JDeveloper IDE for Oracle ADF Applications development, Java 2 EE web applications development, oracle adf mobile Applications development, java SOA Applications development, database designing and development and much more.