Chapter 57. Installing KIE Server with Oracle WebLogic Server

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After you have configured all required system properties in Oracle WebLogic Server, you can install KIE Server with Oracle WebLogic Server to streamline Red Hat Process Automation Manager application management.



  1. Navigate to the Software Downloads page in the Red Hat Customer Portal (login required), and select the product and version from the drop-down options:

    • Product: Process Automation Manager
    • Version: 7.12
  2. Download Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.12.0 KIE Server for All Supported EE7 Containers.
  3. Extract the downloaded file to a temporary directory.
  4. In the WebLogic Administration Console, navigate to Deployments to view all existing applications.
  5. Click Install.
  6. Navigate to the temporary directory where you downloaded and extracted the file, and go to rhpam-7.12.0-kie-server-ee7/kie-server.war.
  7. Select the kie-server.war file and click Next to continue.
  8. Select Install this deployment as an application as the targeting style and click Next.
  9. Set the application name to kie-server and set the security model to DD Only. Leave the remaining options as default and click Next to continue.
  10. In the Additional Configuration section, choose No, I will review the configuration later and click Finish.

57.1. Verifying the KIE Server installation on Oracle WebLogic Server

After you have installed KIE Server on Oracle WebLogic Server, verify that the installation was successful.



  1. Enter the KIE Server URL http://<HOST>:<PORT>/kie-server/services/rest/server in a web browser.
  2. Verify that KIE Server is running.

    If KIE Server is not running, stop and restart the Oracle WebLogic Server instance and try again to access the KIE Server URL.

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