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released Jul 28th 2019
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biemond/orawls — version 2.0.20 Jul 28th 2019

Oracle WebLogic / Fusion Middleware puppet module V2

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Install, configures and manages WebLogic version 10.3 - 12.2.1

This module should work for all Linux & Solaris versions like RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Suse SLES, OracleLinux, Solaris 10,11 sparc / x86

Only for Puppet >= 4.3 and this module uses the latest puppet 4 features like

  • Strong data typing
  • Internal hiera/lookup module data
  • uses Facts array
  • epp templating instead of erb
  • puppet 4 ruby functions

For Puppet 3, 4 you have to use the latest 1.x version of this orawls module

source code is located at puppet4 branch

Please check the manifests and vagrant examples because there are some breaking changes especially on the manifest part ( I don't do hiera lookups. Just use the weblogic class and I will use those parameters as reference for the other manifest parameters)

Author

Edwin Biemond email biemond at gmail dot com

biemond.blogspot.com

Github homepage

Contributors

Special thanks to all the contributors

More: https://github.com/biemond/biemond-orawls/graphs/contributors

Support

If you need support, checkout the wls_install and wls_config modules from Enterprise Modules

Enterprise Modules

Dependencies

  • hajee/easy_type >=0.10.0
  • adrien/filemapper >= 1.1.1
  • reidmv/yamlfile >=0.2.0
  • fiddyspence/sleep => 1.1.2
  • puppetlabs/stdlib => 4.9.0

Complete vagrant examples

Orawls WebLogic Features

Fusion Middleware Features 11g & 12c

  • installs FMW software(add-on) to a middleware home, like OSB,SOA Suite, Oracle Identity & Access Management, Oracle Unified Directory, WebCenter Portal + Content
  • WebTier Oracle HTTP server Standalone and Collocated
  • Configure Oracle HTTP Server
  • OSB, SOA Suite with BPM and BAM Cluster configuration support ( convert single osb/soa/bam servers to clusters and migrate 11g OPSS to the database )
  • ADF/JRF support, Assign JRF libraries to a Server or Cluster target
  • OIM IDM / OAM 11.1.2.3 configurations with Oracle OHS OAM WebGate, Also it has Cluster support for OIM OAM
  • OUD OUD Oracle Unified Directory install, WebLogic domain, instances creation & OUD control
  • Forms/Reports Oracle Forms & Reports 11.1.1.7, 11.1.2 or 12.2.1
  • WC, WCC, WCS Webcenter portal, content, sites 11g or 12.2.1
  • Change FMW log location of a managed server
  • Resource Adapter plan and entries for AQ, DB, MQ, FTP, File and JMS

Wls types and providers

This will use WLST to retrieve the current state and to the changes. With WebLogic 12.2.1 we can also use the rest management api's, it's already working in this module but we will slowly support this for all wls types

12.1.3 Coherence & Dynamic clusters

12.2.1.1 Multitenancy MT

Domain creation options (Dev or Prod mode)

all templates creates a WebLogic domain, logs the domain creation output

For all WebLogic or FMW versions

  • domain 'standard' -> a default WebLogic
  • domain 'adf' -> JRF + EM + Coherence (12.1.2, 12.1.3, 12.2.1) + OWSM (12.1.2, 12.1.3, 12.2.1) + JAX-WS Advanced + Soap over JMS (12.1.2, 12.1.3, 12.2.1)
  • domain 'osb' -> OSB + JRF + EM + OWSM + ESS ( optional with 12.1.3 )
  • domain 'osb_soa' -> OSB + SOA Suite + BAM + JRF + EM + OWSM + ESS ( optional with 12.1.3 )
  • domain 'osb_soa_bpm' -> OSB + SOA Suite + BAM + BPM + JRF + EM + OWSM + ESS ( optional with 12.1.3 )
  • domain 'soa' -> SOA Suite + BAM + JRF + EM + OWSM + ESS ( optional with 12.1.3 )
  • domain 'soa_bpm' -> SOA Suite + BAM + BPM + JRF + EM + OWSM + ESS ( optional with 12.1.3 )
  • domain 'bam' -> BAM ( only with soa suite installation)
  • domain 'ohs_standalone' -> Standalone webtier (HTTP Server) 12.1.2, 12.1.3 and 12.1.4

11g

  • domain 'wc_wcc_bpm' -> WC (webcenter) + WCC ( Content ) + BPM + JRF + EM + OWSM
  • domain 'wc' -> WC (webcenter) + JRF + EM + OWSM

11gR2

  • domain 'oim' -> IDM, OIM (Oracle Identity Manager) + OAM ( Oracle Access Manager)
  • domain 'oud' -> OUD (Oracle Unified Directory)

12.2.1.1

  • domain 'adf_restricted' -> only for 12.2.1 (no RCU/DB) JRF + EM + Coherence + JAX-WS Advanced + Soap over JMS
  • domain 'forms'

Puppet master with orawls module key points

it should work on every PE or opensource puppet master, customers and I successfully tested orawls on PE 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3. See also the puppet master vagrant box

For Running orawls module without root/elevated privileges, please use v3.7.0 or higher

But when it fails you can do the following actions.

  • Check the time difference/timezone between all the puppet master and agent machines.
  • Update orawls and its dependencies on the puppet master.
  • After adding or refreshing the easy_type or orawls modules you need to restart all the PE services on the puppet master (this will flush the PE cache) and always do a puppet agent run on the Puppet master
  • To solve this error "no such file to load -- easy_type" you need just to do a puppet run on the puppet master when it is still failing you can move the easy_type module to its primary module location ( /etc/puppetlabs/puppet/module )
  • Move orawls and easy_type to the primary module location pup-1515 when the Puppet master loads a Type, it searches the environment that the agent requested. When it loads providers for that type, it searches the default environment instead of the one the agent requested.

Orawls WebLogic Facter

Contains WebLogic Facter which displays the following

  • Middleware homes
  • Oracle Software
  • BSU & OPatch patches
  • Domain configuration ( everything of a WebLogic Domain like deployments, datasource, JMS, SAF)

Override the default Oracle operating system user

default this orawls module uses oracle as weblogic install user you can override this by setting the following fact 'override_weblogic_user', like override_weblogic_user=wls or set FACTER_override_weblogic_user=wls

Override the default file location where orawls saves domain & other settings (Applicable for running as non-root user)

default this orawls module saves the domain & connection related setting in /etc in yaml format you can override this by setting the following 2 facts:

for domain information: override_wls_domains_file=[custom_path]/wls_domains.yaml or set FACTER_override_wls_domains_file=[custom_path]/wls_domains.yaml

for settings infortmation: override_wls_setting_file=[custom_path]/wls_setting.yaml or set FACTER_override_wls_setting_file=[custom_path]/wls_setting.yaml

for ora inst location: override_orainst_dir=[custom_path] or set FACTER_override_orainst_dir=[custom_path]

Set $puppet_os_user on some of the manifests or set this hiera variable puppet_os_user

Override the default WebLogic domain folder

Set the following hiera parameters for weblogic.pp

wls_domains_dir:   '/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains'
wls_apps_dir:      '/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/applications'

Set the following wls_domains_dir & wls_apps_dir parameters in

  • weblogic.pp
  • domain.pp
  • control.pp
  • packdomain.pp
  • copydomain.pp
  • fmwcluster.pp
  • fmwclusterjrf.pp

Java Secure Socket Extension support

Requires the JDK 7 or 8 JCE extension

jdk7::install7{ 'jdk-8u72-linux-x64':
    version                     => "8u72" ,
    full_version                => "jdk1.8.0_72",
    alternatives_priority       => 18001,
    x64                         => true,
    download_dir                => "/var/tmp/install",
    urandom_java_fix            => true,
    rsa_key_size_fix            => true,
    cryptography_extension_file => "jce_policy-8.zip",
    source_path                 => "/software",
}


jdk7::install7{ 'jdk1.7.0_51':
    version                     => "7u51" ,
    full_version                => "jdk1.7.0_51",
    alternatives_priority       => 18000,
    x64                         => true,
    download_dir                => "/var/tmp/install",
    urandom_java_fix            => true,
    rsa_key_size_fix            => true,                          <!--
    cryptography_extension_file => "UnlimitedJCEPolicyJDK7.zip",  <!---
    source_path                 => "/software",
}

To enable this in orawls you can set the jsse_enabled on the following manifests

  • nodemanager.pp
  • domain.pp
  • control.pp

Enterprise security with Custom Identity and Trust store

in combination with JDK7 JCE policy, ORAUTILS and WebLogic JSSE you can use your own certificates

just generates all the certificates and set the following hiera variables.

# custom trust
orautils::customTrust:             true
orautils::trustKeystoreFile:       '/vagrant/truststore.jks'
orautils::trustKeystorePassphrase: 'welcome'

# used by nodemanager, control and domain creation
wls_custom_trust:                  &wls_custom_trust              true
wls_trust_keystore_file:           &wls_trust_keystore_file       '/vagrant/truststore.jks'
wls_trust_keystore_passphrase:     &wls_trust_keystore_passphrase 'welcome'

wls_setting_instances:
  'default':
    user:                      oracle
    weblogic_home_dir:         '/opt/oracle/middleware11g/wlserver_10.3'
    connect_url:               't3s://10.10.10.10:7002'
    weblogic_user:             'weblogic'
    weblogic_password:         'Welcome01'
    custom_trust:              *wls_custom_trust
    trust_keystore_file:       *wls_trust_keystore_file
    trust_keystore_passphrase: *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase

# create a standard domain with custom identity for the adminserver
domain_instances:
  'Wls1036':
    domain_template:                       "standard"
    development_mode:                      false
    log_output:                            *logoutput
    custom_identity:                       true
    custom_identity_keystore_filename:     '/vagrant/identity_admin.jks'
    custom_identity_keystore_passphrase:   'welcome'
    custom_identity_alias:                 'admin'
    custom_identity_privatekey_passphrase: 'welcome'

nodemanager_instances:
  'nodemanager':
    log_output:                            *logoutput
    custom_identity:                       true
    custom_identity_keystore_filename:     '/vagrant/identity_admin.jks'
    custom_identity_keystore_passphrase:   'welcome'
    custom_identity_alias:                 'admin'
    custom_identity_privatekey_passphrase: 'welcome'
    nodemanager_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address

server_instances:
  'wlsServer1':
    ensure:                                'present'
    arguments:                             '-XX:PermSize=256m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Xms752m -Xmx752m -Dweblogic.Stdout=/var/log/weblogic/wlsServer1.out -Dweblogic.Stderr=/var/log/weblogic/wlsServer1_err.out'
    listenaddress:                         '10.10.10.100'
    listenport:                            '8001'
    logfilename:                           '/var/log/weblogic/wlsServer1.log'
    machine:                               'Node1'
    sslenabled:                            '1'
    ssllistenport:                         '8201'
    sslhostnameverificationignored:        '1'
    jsseenabled:                           '1'
    custom_identity:                       '1'
    custom_identity_keystore_filename:     '/vagrant/identity_node1.jks'
    custom_identity_keystore_passphrase:   'welcome'
    custom_identity_alias:                 'node1'
    custom_identity_privatekey_passphrase: 'welcome'
    trust_keystore_file:                   *wls_trust_keystore_file
    trust_keystore_passphrase:             *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase

Linux low on entropy or urandom fix

can cause certain operations to be very slow. Encryption operations need entropy to ensure randomness. Entropy is generated by the OS when you use the keyboard, the mouse or the disk.

If an encryption operation is missing entropy it will wait until enough is generated.

three options

  • use rngd service (include orawls::urandomfix class)
  • set java.security in JDK ( jre/lib/security in my jdk7 module )
  • set -Djava.security.egd=file:/dev/./urandom param

Oracle binaries files and alternate download location

Some manifests like orawls:weblogic bsu opatch fmw supports an alternative mountpoint for the big oracle setup/install files. When not provided it uses the files folder located in the orawls puppet module else you can use $puppet_download_mnt_point =>

  • "/mnt"
  • "/vagrant"
  • "puppet:///modules/orawls/" (default)
  • "puppet:///middleware/"

when the files are also accesiable locally then you can also set $remote_file => false this will not move the files to the download folder, just extract or install

WebLogic requirements

Operating System settings like User, Group, ULimits and kernel parameters requirements

install the following module to set the kernel parameters puppet module install fiddyspence-sysctl

install the following module to set the user limits parameters puppet module install erwbgy-limits

 sysctl { 'kernel.msgmnb':                 ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '65536',}
 sysctl { 'kernel.msgmax':                 ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '65536',}
 sysctl { 'kernel.shmmax':                 ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '2147483648',}
 sysctl { 'kernel.shmall':                 ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '2097152',}
 sysctl { 'fs.file-max':                   ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '344030',}
 sysctl { 'net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_time':   ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '1800',}
 sysctl { 'net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_intvl':  ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '30',}
 sysctl { 'net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_probes': ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '5',}
 sysctl { 'net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout':      ensure => 'present', permanent => 'yes', value => '30',}

 class { 'limits':
   config => {'*'       => {  'nofile'  => { soft => '2048'   , hard => '8192',   },},
              'oracle'  => {  'nofile'  => { soft => '65535'  , hard => '65535',  },
                              'nproc'   => { soft => '2048'   , hard => '2048',   },
                              'memlock' => { soft => '1048576', hard => '1048576',},},},
   use_hiera => false,}

create a WebLogic user and group

group { 'dba' :
  ensure => present,
}

# http://raftaman.net/?p=1311 for generating password
user { 'oracle' :
  ensure     => present,
  groups     => 'dba',
  shell      => '/bin/bash',
  password   => '$1$DSJ51vh6$4XzzwyIOk6Bi/54kglGk3.',
  home       => "/home/oracle",
  comment    => 'Oracle user created by Puppet',
  managehome => true,
  require    => Group['dba'],
}

Necessary Hiera setup for global vars and Facter

if you don't want to provide the same parameters in all the defines and classes

hiera.yaml main configuration

 ---
 :backends: yaml
 :yaml:
   :datadir: /vagrant/puppet/hieradata
 :hierarchy:
   - "%{::fqdn}"
   - common

vagrantcentos64.example.com.yaml

 ---

common.yaml

---
# global WebLogic vars
wls_oracle_base_home_dir: &wls_oracle_base_home_dir "/opt/oracle"
wls_weblogic_home_dir:    &wls_weblogic_home_dir    "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver"
wls_middleware_home_dir:  &wls_middleware_home_dir  "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
wls_version:              &wls_version              12212

# global OS vars
wls_source:               &wls_source               "/software"
wls_jdk_home_dir:         &wls_jdk_home_dir         "/usr/java/latest"
wls_log_dir:              &wls_log_dir              "/var/log/weblogic"

wls_domains_dir:          &wls_domains_dir          '/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains'
wls_apps_dir:             &wls_apps_dir             '/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/applications'

wls_jsse_enabled:         true

WebLogic Module Usage

weblogic

orawls::weblogic installs WebLogic 10.3.[0-6], 12.1.1, 12.1.2, 12.1.3, 12.2.1, 12.2.1.2

include orawls::weblogic

orawls::weblogic::version:                   *wls_version  # 1036|1211|1212|1213|1221|12212
orawls::weblogic::filename:                  'fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wls.jar'
orawls::weblogic::log_output:                true
orawls::weblogic::jdk_home_dir:              *wls_jdk_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::puppet_download_mnt_point: *wls_source
orawls::weblogic::remote_file:               false
orawls::weblogic::wls_domains_dir:           *wls_domains_dir
orawls::weblogic::wls_apps_dir:              *wls_apps_dir
orawls::weblogic::middleware_home_dir:       *wls_middleware_home_dir

12.1.3 infra

orawls::weblogic::version:                   *wls_version
orawls::weblogic::filename:                  'fmw_12.2.1.2.0_infrastructure.jar'
orawls::weblogic::fmw_infra:                 true
orawls::weblogic::log_output:                true
orawls::weblogic::jdk_home_dir:              *wls_jdk_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::puppet_download_mnt_point: *wls_source
orawls::weblogic::remote_file:               false
orawls::weblogic::weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::middleware_home_dir:       *wls_middleware_home_dir

or with a bin file located on a share

orawls::weblogic::version:                   1036
orawls::weblogic::filename:                  "oepe-wls-indigo-installer-11.1.1.8.0.201110211138-10.3.6-linux32.bin"
orawls::weblogic::fmw_infra:                 true
orawls::weblogic::log_output:                true
orawls::weblogic::jdk_home_dir:              *wls_jdk_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::puppet_download_mnt_point: "/misc/tact/products/oracle/11g/fmw/wls/11.1.1.8"
orawls::weblogic::remote_file:               true
orawls::weblogic::wls_domains_dir:           *wls_domains_dir
orawls::weblogic::wls_apps_dir:              *wls_apps_dir
orawls::weblogic::middleware_home_dir:       *wls_middleware_home_dir
orawls::weblogic::weblogic_home_dir:         "/opt/weblogic/Middleware/wlserver_10.3"

weblogic_type

orawls::weblogic_type same as weblogic manifest/class but now as define which supports multiple middleware home on same VM

$default_params = {}
$weblogic_instances = hiera('weblogic_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::weblogic_type',$weblogic_instances, $default_params)

weblogic_instances:
  'home1':
    version:                     *wls_version
    filename:                    'fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wls.jar'
    middleware_home_dir:         *wls_middleware_home_dir
    log_output:                  true
    jdk_home_dir:                *wls_jdk_home_dir
    oracle_base_home_dir:        *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
    puppet_download_mnt_point:   '/vagrant'
    remote_file:                 true
    wls_domains_dir:             *wls_domains_dir
    wls_apps_dir:                *wls_apps_dir
    require:                     Jdk7::Install7[jdk-8u72-linux-x64]
  'home2':
    version:                      *wls_version
    filename:                     'fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wls.jar'
    middleware_home_dir:          '/opt/oracle/middleware12c_2'
    log_output:                   true
    jdk_home_dir:                 *wls_jdk_home_dir
    oracle_base_home_dir:         *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
    puppet_download_mnt_point:    '/vagrant'
    remote_file:                  true
    wls_domains_dir:              *wls_domains_dir
    wls_apps_dir:                 *wls_apps_dir
    require:                      Jdk7::Install7[jdk-8u72-linux-x64]

opatchupgrade

orawls::opatchupgrade upgrade OPatch on a Middleware home

opatchupgrade_instances:
  '28186730':
    oracle_product_home_dir:  *wls_middleware_home_dir
    patch_id:                 6880880
    patch_file:               "p28186730_139400_Generic.zip"
    opversion:                13.9.4.0.0

opatch

orawls::opatch apply an OPatch on a Middleware home or a Oracle product home

Most general parameters are derived from weblogic.pp, you don't need to specify them again

orawls::opatch {'16175470':
  ensure                  => "present",
  oracle_product_home_dir => "/opt/oracle/middleware12c",
  patch_id                => 16175470,
  patch_file              => "p16175470_121200_Generic.zip",
}

Same configuration but then with Hiera

$default_params = {}
$opatch_instances = hiera('opatch_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::opatch',$opatch_instances, $default_params)

common.yaml

---
opatch_instances:
  '24910964':
    ensure:                   'present'
    oracle_product_home_dir:  *wls_middleware_home_dir
    patch_id:                 24910964
    patch_file:               "p24910964_122120_Generic.zip"

bsu

orawls::bsu apply or remove a WebLogic BSU Patch ( ensure = present or absent )

Most general parameters are derived from weblogic.pp, you don't need to specify them again

orawls::bsu {'BYJ1':
  ensure                  => "present",
  middleware_home_dir     => "/opt/oracle/middleware11gR1",
  weblogic_home_dir       => "/opt/oracle/middleware11gR1/wlserver",
  jdk_home_dir            => "/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_45",
  patch_id                => "BYJ1",
  patch_file              => "p17071663_1036_Generic.zip",
  os_user                 => "oracle",
  os_group                => "dba",
  download_dir            => "/data/install",
  source                  => "/vagrant",
  log_output              => false,
}


$default_params = {}
$bsu_instances = hiera('bsu_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::bsu',$bsu_instances, $default_params)

common.yaml

---
bsu_instances:
  'BYJ1':
     ensure                   "present"
     middleware_home_dir:     "/opt/oracle/middleware11gR1"
     weblogic_home_dir:       "/opt/oracle/middleware11gR1/wlserver"
     jdk_home_dir:            "/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_45"
     patch_id:                "BYJ1"
     patch_file:              "p17071663_1036_Generic.zip"
     os_user:                 "oracle"
     os_group:                "dba"
     download_dir:            "/data/install"
     source:                  "/vagrant"
     log_output:              false

or when you set the defaults hiera variables

---
bsu_instances:
  'BYJ1':
     ensure                   "present"
     patch_id:                "BYJ1"
     patch_file:              "p17071663_1036_Generic.zip"
     log_output:              false

fmw

orawls::fmw installs FMW software (add-on) to a middleware home like OSB,SOA Suite, WebTier (HTTP Server), Oracle Identity Management, Web Center, Content + Sites

Enum['adf','soa','soaqs','osb','wcc','wc','wcs','oim','oam','web','webgate','oud','mft','b2b','forms'] fmw_product

Most general parameters are derived from weblogic.pp, you don't need to specify them again

logoutput:                &logoutput                true

wls_oracle_base_home_dir: &wls_oracle_base_home_dir "/opt/oracle"
wls_weblogic_user:        &wls_weblogic_user        "weblogic"
wls_weblogic_home_dir:    &wls_weblogic_home_dir    "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver"
wls_middleware_home_dir:  &wls_middleware_home_dir  "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
wls_version:              &wls_version              12212

# global OS vars
wls_os_user:              &wls_os_user              "oracle"
wls_os_group:             &wls_os_group             "dba"
wls_download_dir:         &wls_download_dir         "/var/tmp/install"
wls_source:               &wls_source               "/software"
wls_jdk_home_dir:         &wls_jdk_home_dir         "/usr/java/latest"
wls_log_dir:              &wls_log_dir              "/var/log/weblogic"

$default_params = {}
$fmw_installations = hiera('fmw_installations', {})
create_resources('orawls::fmw',$fmw_installations, $default_params)

# FMW installation on top of WebLogic 12.2.1
fmw_installations:
  'webtier1221':
    fmw_product:               "web"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_ohs_linux64_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'soa1221':
    fmw_product:               "soa"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_soa_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
    bpm:                       true
  'osb1221':
    fmw_product:               "osb"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_osb_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'forms1221':
    fmw_product:               "forms"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_fr_linux64_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'wcc1221':
    fmw_product:               "wcc"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wccontent_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'wc1221':
    fmw_product:               "wc"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wcportal_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'wcs1221':
    fmw_product:               "wcs"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_wcsites_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    wcs_mode:                  'sites' # Enum['sites','examples','satellite']
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir

# OHS standalone
fmw_installations:
  'webtier1212':
    fmw_product:               "web"
    ohs_mode:                  "standalone"
    fmw_file1:                 "fmw_12.2.1.2.0_ohs_linux64_Disk1_1of1.zip"
    log_output:                true
    remote_file:               false
    version:                   *wls_version
    weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    middleware_home_dir:       *wls_middleware_home_dir
    jdk_home_dir:              *wls_jdk_home_dir
    oracle_base_home_dir:      *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
    os_user:                   *wls_os_user
    os_group:                  *wls_os_group
    download_dir:              *wls_download_dir
    puppet_download_mnt_point: *wls_source

fmw_installations:
  'webTierPS8':
    version:                 1111
    fmw_product:             "web"
    fmw_file1:               "ofm_webtier_linux_11.1.1.9.0_64_disk1_1of1.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:    *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'forms11112':
    version:                 11112
    fmw_product:             "forms"
    fmw_file1:               "V18772-01_1of4.zip"
    fmw_file2:               "V18772-01_2of4.zip"
    fmw_file3:               "V18772-01_3of4.zip"
    fmw_file4:               "V18772-01_4of4.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:    *wls_oracle_base_home_dir
  'forms1112':
    version:                 1112
    fmw_product:             "forms"
    fmw_file1:               "ofm_frmrpts_linux_11.1.2.2.0_64_disk1_1of2.zip"
    fmw_file2:               "ofm_frmrpts_linux_11.1.2.2.0_64_disk1_2of2.zip"
    oracle_base_home_dir:    *wls_oracle_base_home_dir

domain

orawls::domain creates WebLogic domain like a standard | OSB or SOA Suite | ADF | WebCenter | OIM or OAM or OUD

Most general parameters are derived from weblogic.pp, you don't need to specify them again

optional override the default server arguments in the domain.py template with java_arguments parameter

wls_os_user:              &wls_os_user              "oracle"
wls_weblogic_home_dir:    &wls_weblogic_home_dir    "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver"
wls_middleware_home_dir:  &wls_middleware_home_dir  "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"

wls_jsse_enabled:         &wls_jsse_enabled         true
wls_log_dir:              &wls_log_dir              "/var/log/weblogic"

# when you have just one domain on a server
domain_name:                &domain_name                "Wls1221"
domain_wls_password:        &domain_wls_password        "weblogic1"

domain_adminserver_address: &domain_adminserver_address "%{hiera('adminserver_address')}"
domain_node1_address:       &domain_node1_address       "%{hiera('node1_address')}"
domain_node2_address:       &domain_node2_address       "%{hiera('node2_address')}"

# used by nodemanager, control and domain creation
wls_custom_trust:                  &wls_custom_trust              true
wls_trust_keystore_file:           &wls_trust_keystore_file       '/vagrant/truststore.jks'
wls_trust_keystore_passphrase:     &wls_trust_keystore_passphrase 'welcome'

$default = {}
$domain_instances = hiera('domain_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::domain',$domain_instances, $default)

vagrantcentos64.example.com.yaml

---
domain_instances:
  'Wls1221':
    domain_template:                       "standard"
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    domain_name:                           *domain_name
    development_mode:                      false
    adminserver_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    adminserver_ssl_port:                  7002
    custom_trust:                          *wls_custom_trust
    trust_keystore_file:                   *wls_trust_keystore_file
    trust_keystore_passphrase:             *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase
    custom_identity:                       true
    custom_identity_keystore_filename:     '/vagrant/identity_admin.jks'
    custom_identity_keystore_passphrase:   'welcome'
    custom_identity_alias:                 'admin'
    custom_identity_privatekey_passphrase: 'welcome'
    weblogic_password:                     *domain_wls_password
    jsse_enabled:                          *wls_jsse_enabled
    log_dir:                               *wls_log_dir
  'plain_Wls':
    domain_template:                       "standard"
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    domain_name:                           "plain_Wls"
    development_mode:                      false
    adminserver_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    adminserver_listen_on_all_interfaces:  true
    adminserver_port:                      7101
    nodemanager_port:                      5557
    nodemanager_secure_listener:           false
    weblogic_password:                     *domain_wls_password
    jsse_enabled:                          *wls_jsse_enabled
    log_dir:                               *wls_log_dir
    java_arguments:
        ADM:  "-XX:PermSize=256m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m -Xms1024m -Xmx1024m"

ADF with and without RCU

    domain_instances:
      'adf_domain':
         # domain_template:          "adf_restricted"
         domain_template:          "adf"
         repository_database_url:  "jdbc:oracle:thin:@wlsdb.example.com:1521/wlsrepos.example.com"
         repository_prefix:        "DEV"
         repository_password:      "Welcome01"
         repository_sys_password:  "Welcome01"
         rcu_database_url:         "wlsdb.example.com:1521:wlsrepos.example.com"
         domain_name:              *domain_name
         development_mode:         true
         log_output:               *logoutput
         webtier_enabled:          true
         adminserver_address:      *domain_adminserver_address
         weblogic_password:        *domain_wls_password
         jsse_enabled:             *wls_jsse_enabled
         log_dir:                  *wls_log_dir

    domain_instances:
      'adf_domain':
         domain_template:          "adf_restricted"
         domain_name:              *domain_name
         development_mode:         true
         log_output:               *logoutput
         webtier_enabled:          true
         adminserver_address:      *domain_adminserver_address
         weblogic_password:        *domain_wls_password
         jsse_enabled:             *wls_jsse_enabled
         log_dir:                  *wls_log_dir

Standalone Webtier

logoutput:                &logoutput                true

wls_oracle_base_home_dir: &wls_oracle_base_home_dir "/opt/oracle"
wls_weblogic_user:        &wls_weblogic_user        "weblogic"
wls_weblogic_home_dir:    &wls_weblogic_home_dir    "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver"
wls_middleware_home_dir:  &wls_middleware_home_dir  "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
wls_version:              &wls_version              12212

# global OS vars
wls_os_user:              &wls_os_user              "oracle"
wls_os_group:             &wls_os_group             "dba"
wls_download_dir:         &wls_download_dir         "/var/tmp/install"
wls_source:               &wls_source               "/software"
wls_jdk_home_dir:         &wls_jdk_home_dir         "/usr/java/latest"
wls_log_dir:              &wls_log_dir              "/var/log/weblogic"

domain_name:                &domain_name                "Wls1221"
domain_nodemanager_port:    &domain_nodemanager_port    5556
domain_wls_password:        &domain_wls_password        "weblogic1"

domain_adminserver_address: &domain_adminserver_address "10.10.10.36"

domain_instances:
  'Wls1221':
    version:                               *wls_version
    domain_template:                       "ohs_standalone"
    development_mode:                      false
    ohs_standalone_listen_address:         *domain_adminserver_address
    ohs_standalone_listen_port:            8180
    ohs_standalone_ssl_listen_port:        8181
    nodemanager_password:                  *domain_wls_password
    nodemanager_username:                  *wls_weblogic_user
    log_output:                            *logoutput
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    middleware_home_dir:                   *wls_middleware_home_dir
    jdk_home_dir:                          *wls_jdk_home_dir
    domain_name:                           *domain_name
    adminserver_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:                     *domain_wls_password
    log_dir:                               *wls_log_dir
    wls_domains_dir:                       ''
    wls_apps_dir:                          ''
    os_user:                               *wls_os_user
    os_group:                              *wls_os_group
    download_dir:                          *wls_download_dir

nodemanager_instances:
  'nodemanager':
    ohs_standalone:                        true
    log_output:                            *logoutput
    log_file:                              'nodemanager_wls1221.log'
    version:                               *wls_version
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    middleware_home_dir:                   *wls_middleware_home_dir
    jdk_home_dir:                          *wls_jdk_home_dir
    sleep:                                 21
    domain_name:                           *domain_name
    nodemanager_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    wls_domains_dir:                       ''
    os_user:                               *wls_os_user
    os_group:                              *wls_os_group
    download_dir:                          *wls_download_dir

# startup adminserver for extra configuration
control_instances:
  'startOHS1server':
    domain_name:                 *domain_name
    server_type:                 'ohs_standalone'
    target:                      'Server'
    server:                      'ohs1'
    action:                      'start'
    log_output:                  *logoutput
    wls_domains_dir:             ''
    os_user:                     *wls_os_user
    os_group:                    *wls_os_group
    download_dir:                *wls_download_dir
    weblogic_home_dir:           *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    middleware_home_dir:         *wls_middleware_home_dir
    jdk_home_dir:                *wls_jdk_home_dir
    adminserver_address:         *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:           *domain_wls_password      

packdomain

orawls::packdomain pack a WebLogic Domain and add this to the download folder

$default_params = {}
$pack_domain_instances = hiera('pack_domain_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::packdomain',$pack_domain_instances, $default_params)

# pack domains
pack_domain_instances:
  'Wls1221':
     weblogic_home_dir:           *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
     domain_name:                 *domain_name
  'plain':
     weblogic_home_dir:           *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
     domain_name:                 "plain_Wls"

copydomain

orawls::copydomain copies a WebLogic domain with SSH or from a share, unpack and enroll to a nodemanager

When using ssh (use_ssh = true) you need to setup ssh so you won't need to provide a password

$default_params = {}
$copy_instances = hiera('copy_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::copydomain',$copy_instances, $default_params)

# copy domains to other nodes
copy_instances:
  'wlsDomain':
     log_output:                *logoutput
     weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
     domain_name:               *domain_name
     jsse_enabled:              *wls_jsse_enabled
     adminserver_address:       *domain_adminserver_address
     weblogic_user:             'weblogic'
     weblogic_password:         *domain_wls_password
     server_start_mode:         'prod'
     custom_trust:              *wls_custom_trust
     trust_keystore_file:       *wls_trust_keystore_file
     trust_keystore_passphrase: *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase

nodemanager

orawls::nodemanager start the nodemanager of a WebLogic Domain or Middleware Home

Same configuration but then with Hiera ( need to have puppet > 3.0 )

$default = {}
$nodemanager_instances = hiera('nodemanager_instances', [])
create_resources('orawls::nodemanager',$nodemanager_instances, $default)

nodemanager_instances:
  'nodemanager':
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
    log_file:                              'nodemanager_wls1221.log'
    extra_arguments:                       '-Daa=1 -Dbb=2'
    custom_trust:                          *wls_custom_trust
    trust_keystore_file:                   *wls_trust_keystore_file
    trust_keystore_passphrase:             *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase
    custom_identity:                       true
    custom_identity_keystore_filename:     '/vagrant/identity_admin.jks'
    custom_identity_keystore_passphrase:   'welcome'
    custom_identity_alias:                 'admin'
    custom_identity_privatekey_passphrase: 'welcome'
    nodemanager_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    domain_name:                           *domain_name
    jsse_enabled:                          *wls_jsse_enabled
    sleep:                                 21
    properties:
      'log_level':                         'INFO'
      'log_count':                         '2'
      'log_append':                        true
      'log_formatter':                     'weblogic.nodemanager.server.LogFormatter'
      'listen_backlog':                    60
  'nodemanager_plain':
    weblogic_home_dir:                     *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
    log_file:                              'nodemanager_plain.log'
    nodemanager_address:                   *domain_adminserver_address
    nodemanager_port:                      5557
    domain_name:                           "plain_Wls"
    custom_trust:                          false
    custom_identity:                       false
    nodemanager_secure_listener:           false
    sleep:                                 21
    jsse_enabled:                          *wls_jsse_enabled

control

orawls::control start or stops the AdminServer,Managed Server, OHS Standalone Server or a Cluster of a WebLogic Domain, this will call the wls_managedserver, wls_adminserver and wls_ohsserver types

$default = {}
$control_instances = hiera('control_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::control',$control_instances, $default)

control_instances:
  'startWLSAdminServer':
     weblogic_home_dir:           *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
     domain_name:                 *domain_name
     server_type:                 'admin'
     target:                      'Server'
     action:                      'start'
     custom_trust:                *wls_custom_trust
     trust_keystore_file:         *wls_trust_keystore_file
     trust_keystore_passphrase:   *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase
     jsse_enabled:                *wls_jsse_enabled
     adminserver_address:         *domain_adminserver_address
     weblogic_password:           *domain_wls_password                 
  'startWLSAdminServer_plain':
     weblogic_home_dir:           *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
     domain_name:                 'plain_Wls'
     server_type:                 'admin'
     nodemanager_port:            5557
     nodemanager_secure_listener: false
     custom_trust:                false
     target:                      'Server'
     action:                      'start'
     jsse_enabled:                *wls_jsse_enabled
     adminserver_address:         *domain_adminserver_address
     weblogic_password:           *domain_wls_password   

urandomfix

orawls::urandomfix Linux low on entropy or urandom fix can cause certain operations to be very slow. Encryption operations need entropy to ensure randomness. Entropy is generated by the OS when you use the keyboard, the mouse or the disk.

If an encryption operation is missing entropy it will wait until enough is generated.

three options

  • use rngd service (use this wls::urandomfix class)
  • set java.security in JDK ( jre/lib/security in my jdk7 module )
  • set -Djava.security.egd=file:/dev/./urandom param

storeuserconfig

orawls::storeuserconfig Creates WLST user config for WLST , this way you don't need to know the weblogic password. when you set the defaults hiera variables

notify { 'class userconfig':}
$default_params = {}
$userconfig_instances = hiera('userconfig_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::storeuserconfig',$userconfig_instances, $default_params)

userconfig_instances:
  'Wls1221':
    user_config_dir:      '/home/oracle'
    weblogic_home_dir:    *wls_weblogic_home_dir 
    domain_name:          *domain_name
    adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password   

Dynamictargetting

Sometimes you do not know how many managed services you will have, due to application scaling or other use cases. Since you do specify resources like clusters and datasources in a more 'static' way, there should be a way to qualify a managed server as a target for such resources.

We use the notes field in WebLogic Server to accomplish this. Currently implemented for the following resource types:

  • wls_cluster
  • wls_datasource
  • wls_mail_session

The way you use this, is by entering the resource name in the server_parameter field on the wls_server type, and put the servers field to 'inherited' on the resource to be targeted.

Example:

wls_server { 'wlsServer1':
  ensure                            => 'present',
  arguments                         => '-XX:PermSize=256m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Xms752m -Xmx752m -Dweblogic.Stdout=/var/log/weblogic/wlsServer1.out -Dweblogic.Stderr=/var/log/weblogic/wlsServer1_err.out',
  jsseenabled                       => '0',
  listenaddress                     => '10.10.10.100',
  listenport                        => '8001',
  listenportenabled                 => '1',
  machine                           => 'Node1',
  sslenabled                        => '0',
  tunnelingenabled                  => '0',
  max_message_size                  => '10000000',
  server_parameter                  => 'WebCluster, hrDs',
}

wls_cluster { 'WebCluster':
  ensure           => 'present',
  messagingmode    => 'unicast',
  migrationbasis   => 'consensus',
  servers          => ['inherited'],
  multicastaddress => '239.192.0.0',
  multicastport    => '7001',
}

wls_datasource { 'hrDS':
  ensure                           => 'present',
  connectioncreationretryfrequency => '0',
  drivername                       => 'oracle.jdbc.xa.client.OracleXADataSource',
  extraproperties                  => ['SendStreamAsBlob=true', 'oracle.net.CONNECT_TIMEOUT=10001'],
  fanenabled                       => '0',
  globaltransactionsprotocol       => 'TwoPhaseCommit',
  initialcapacity                  => '2',
  initsql                          => 'None',
  jndinames                        => ['jdbc/hrDS', 'jdbc/hrDS2'],
  maxcapacity                      => '15',
  mincapacity                      => '1',
  rowprefetchenabled               => '0',
  rowprefetchsize                  => '48',
  secondstotrustidlepoolconnection => '10',
  statementcachesize               => '10',
  target                           => ['inherited'],
  targettype                       => ['inherited'],
  testconnectionsonreserve         => '0',
  testfrequency                    => '120',
  testtablename                    => 'SQL SELECT 1 FROM DUAL',
  url                              => 'jdbc:oracle:thin:@dbagent2.alfa.local:1521/test.oracle.com',
  user                             => 'hr',
  usexa                            => '0',
}

In the case of the wls_datasource type, the jdbc connection will be targetted on the cluster if the managed server is in a cluster.

Configure Oracle HTTP Server

You can configure OHS locations using orawls::ohs::forwarder resource:

ohs_forwarder_instances:
  '/console':
      servers:    ['10.10.10.10:7001']
      os_user:     *wls_os_user
      os_group:    *wls_os_group
      domain_dir: '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/user_projects/domains/Wls1212'
      require:     Orawls::Control[startOHS1server]
      notify:      Wls_ohsserver[reloadOHS1server]

# subscribe on a ohs change and restart the ohs server
osh_reload_domain:
  'reloadOHS1server':
     ensure:                    'running'
     domain_name:               *domain_name
     server_name:               'ohs1'
     domain_path:               '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/user_projects/domains/Wls1212'
     os_user:                   *wls_os_user
     weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir
     weblogic_user:             *wls_weblogic_user
     weblogic_password:         *domain_wls_password
     jdk_home_dir:              *wls_jdk_home_dir
     nodemanager_address:       *domain_adminserver_address
     nodemanager_port:          *domain_nodemanager_port
     refreshonly:               true

Notify option is needed to OHS restart and load changes. Require is needed because, without it, notify option may attempt to reload server before it's running.

OHS will include all .conf files at domain_path/config/fmwconfig/components/OHS/ server_name /mod_wl_ohs.d folder.

fmwlogdir

orawls::fmwlogdir Change a log folder location of a FMW server

$default_params = {}
$fmwlogdir_instances = hiera('fmwlogdir_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::fmwlogdir',$fmwlogdir_instances, $default_params)

fmwlogdir_instances:
  'AdminServer':
     server:               'AdminServer'
     weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
     weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
     adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address
     log_dir:              *wls_log_dir
     require:              Orawls::Utils::Fmwclusterjrf[WebCluster]
  'WebServer1':
     server:              'WebServer1'
     weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
     weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
     adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address
     log_dir:              *wls_log_dir
     require:              Orawls::Utils::Fmwclusterjrf[WebCluster]

resourceadapter

orawls::resourceadapter Add a Resource adapter plan for File, FTP, AQ, MQ, DB or JMS with some entries when you set the defaults hiera variables

$default_params = {}
$resource_adapter_instances = hiera('resource_adapter_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::resourceadapter',$resource_adapter_instances, $default_params)

resource_adapter_instances:
  'JmsAdapter_hr':
    adapter_name:              'JmsAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/JmsAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_JMS.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/JMS/cf'
    adapter_entry_property:    'ConnectionFactoryLocation'
    adapter_entry_value:       'jms/cf'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'JmsAdapter_hr2':
    adapter_name:              'JmsAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/JmsAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_JMS.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/JMS/cf2'
    adapter_entry_property:    'ConnectionFactoryLocation'
    adapter_entry_value:       'jms/cf2'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'AqAdapter_hr':
    adapter_name:              'AqAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/AqAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_AQ.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/AQ/hr'
    adapter_entry_property:    'XADataSourceName'
    adapter_entry_value:       'jdbc/hrDS'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'DbAdapter_hr':
    adapter_name:              'DbAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/DbAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_DB.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/DB/hr'
    adapter_entry_property:    'XADataSourceName'
    adapter_entry_value:       'jdbc/hrDS'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'DbAdapter_hr2':
    adapter_name:              'DbAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/DbAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_DB.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/DB/hr2'
    adapter_entry_property:    'xADataSourceName'
    adapter_entry_value:       'jdbc/hrDS2'
    log_output:                *logoutput
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'FTPAdapter_hr':
    adapter_name:              'FtpAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/FtpAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_FTP.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/FTP/xx'
    adapter_entry_property:    'FtpAbsolutePathBegin;FtpPathSeparator;Host;ListParserKey;Password;ServerType;UseFtps;Username;UseSftp'
    adapter_entry_value:       '/BDDC;/;l2-ibrfongen02.nl.rsg;UNIX;;unix;false;kim;false'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
  'FileAdapter_hr':
    adapter_name:              'FileAdapter'
    adapter_path:              "/opt/oracle/middleware12c/soa/soa/connectors/FileAdapter.rar"
    adapter_plan_dir:          "/opt/oracle/middleware12c"
    adapter_plan:              'Plan_FILE.xml'
    adapter_entry:             'eis/FileAdapterXX'
    adapter_entry_property:    'ControlDir;IsTransacted'
    adapter_entry_value:       '/tmp/aaa;false'
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password                 
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address

fmwcluster

orawls::utils::fmwcluster convert existing cluster to a OSB or SOA suite cluster (BPM is optional) and also convert BAM to a BAM cluster. This will also work for OIM / OAM cluster. The security store is migrated to a database store during this conversion. To maintain a file based store set a standalone hiera param "retain_security_file_store" to true.

You first need to create some OSB, SOA or BAM clusters and add some managed servers to these clusters for OSB 11g or SOA Suite 11g managed servers make sure to also set the coherence arguments parameters

$default_params = {}
$fmw_cluster_instances = hiera('fmw_cluster_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('orawls::utils::fmwcluster',$fmw_cluster_instances, $default_params)

# FMW 11g cluster
fmw_cluster_instances:
  'soaCluster':
     domain_name:          "soa_domain"
     soa_cluster_name:     "SoaCluster"
     bam_cluster_name:     "BamCluster"
     osb_cluster_name:     "OsbCluster"
     log_output:           *logoutput
     bpm_enabled:          true
     bam_enabled:          true
     soa_enabled:          true
     osb_enabled:          true
     repository_prefix:    "DEV"
     weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
     weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
     adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address

# FMW 12.1.3 cluster
fmw_cluster_instances:
  'soaCluster':
    domain_name:          "soa_domain"
    soa_cluster_name:     "SoaCluster"
    bam_cluster_name:     "BamCluster"
    osb_cluster_name:     "OsbCluster"
    ess_cluster_name:     "EssCluster" # optional else ESS will be added to the soa cluster
    log_output:           *logoutput
    bpm_enabled:          true
    bam_enabled:          true
    soa_enabled:          true
    osb_enabled:          true
    b2b_enabled:          true
    ess_enabled:          true
    repository_prefix:    "DEV"
    weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
    weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
    adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address

fmw_cluster_instances:
  'soaCluster':
    domain_name:          "soa_domain"
    soa_cluster_name:     "SoaCluster"
    bam_cluster_name:     "BamCluster"
    osb_cluster_name:     "OsbCluster"
    bpm_enabled:          true
    bam_enabled:          true
    soa_enabled:          true
    osb_enabled:          true
    b2b_enabled:          true
    ess_enabled:          true
    repository_prefix:    "DEV6"
    weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
    weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
    adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address

# OIM 11.1.2.3 cluster
fmw_cluster_instances:
  'oimCluster':
    domain_name:          *domain_name
    soa_cluster_name:     "SoaCluster"
    oim_cluster_name:     "OimCluster"
    oam_cluster_name:     "OamCluster"
    bi_cluster_name:      "BiCluster"
    log_output:           *logoutput
    soa_enabled:          true
    oim_enabled:          true
    oam_enabled:          true
    bi_enabled:           true
    repository_prefix:    *rcu_prefix

fmwclusterjrf

orawls::utils::fmwclusterjrf convert existing cluster to a ADF/JRF cluster you need to create a wls cluster with some managed servers first

$default_params = {}
$fmw_jrf_cluster_instances = hiera('fmw_jrf_cluster_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('orawls::utils::fmwclusterjrf',$fmw_jrf_cluster_instances, $default_params)

fmw_jrf_cluster_instances:
  'WebCluster':
     domain_name:          "adf_domain"
     jrf_target_name:      "WebCluster"
     opss_datasource_name: "opss-data-source"
     log_output:           *logoutput
     weblogic_user:        *wls_weblogic_user
     weblogic_password:    *domain_wls_password
     adminserver_address:  *domain_adminserver_address

webtier

orawls::utils::webtier add an OHS instance to a WebLogic Domain and in the Enterprise Manager, optional with OHS OAM Webgate

$default_params = {}
$webtier_instances = hiera('webtier_instances', {})
create_resources('orawls::utils::webtier',$webtier_instances, $default_params)


# 11g
webtier_instances:
  'ohs1':
    action_name:           'create'
    instance_name:         'ohs1'
    webgate_configure:     true
    domain_name:             *domain_name
    adminserver_address:     *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:       *domain_wls_password          

# 12.1.2
  webtier_instances:
    'ohs1':
      action_name:           'create'
      instance_name:         'ohs1'
      machine_name:          'Node1'
      domain_name:             *domain_name
      adminserver_address:     *domain_adminserver_address
      weblogic_password:       *domain_wls_password          

Webtier for OAM

webtier_instances:
  'ohs1':
    action_name:            'create'
    instance_name:          'ohs1'
    webgate_configure:      true
    webgate_agentname:      'ohs1'
    webgate_hostidentifier: 'host1'
    oamadminserverhostname: 'oim1admin.example.com'
    oamadminserverport:     7001
    domain_name:             *domain_name
    adminserver_address:     *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:       *domain_wls_password          

oimconfig

orawls::utils::oimconfig Configure OIM , oim server, design or remote configuration

$default_params = {}
$oimconfig_instances = hiera('oimconfig_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('orawls::utils::oimconfig',$oimconfig_instances, $default_params)

oimconfig_instances:
  'oimDomain':
    version:                    1112
    oim_home:                   '/opt/oracle/middleware11g/Oracle_IDM1'
    server_config:              true
    oim_password:               'Welcome01'
    remote_config:              false
    keystore_password:          'Welcome01'
    design_config:              false
    oimserver_hostname:         'oim1admin.example.com'
    oimserver_port:             14000
    repository_database_url:    "oimdb.example.com:1521:oimrepos.example.com"
    repository_prefix:          "DEV"
    repository_password:        "Welcome01"
    domain_name:                *domain_name
    adminserver_address:        *domain_adminserver_address
    weblogic_password:          *domain_wls_password    

instance

orawls::oud::instance Configure OUD (Oracle Unified Directory) ldap instance

$default_params = {}
$oudconfig_instances = hiera('oudconfig_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('orawls::oud::instance',$oudconfig_instances, $default_params)

oudconfig_instances:
  'instance1':
    version:                     1112
    oud_home:                    '/opt/oracle/middleware11g/Oracle_OUD1'
    oud_instance_name:           'instance1'
    oud_root_user_password:      'Welcome01'
    oud_base_dn:                 'dc=example,dc=com'
    oud_ldap_port:               1389
    oud_admin_connector_port:    4444
    oud_ldaps_port:              1636

oud_control

orawls::oud::control Stop or start an OUD (Oracle Unified Directory) ldap instance

$default_params = {}
$oud_control_instances = hiera('oud_control_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('orawls::oud::control',$oud_control_instances, $default_params)

oud_control_instances:
  'instance1':
    oud_instances_home_dir:     '/opt/oracle/oud_instances'
    oud_instance_name:          'instance1'
    action:                     'start'
    log_output:                 *logoutput

Types and providers

All wls types needs a wls_setting definition, this is a pointer to an WebLogic AdminServer and you need to create one for every WebLogic domain. When you don't provide a wls_setting identifier in the title of the weblogic type then it will use default as identifier.

Global timeout parameter for WebLogic resource types. use timeout and value in seconds, default = 120 seconds or 2 minutes

###wls_setting

required for all the weblogic type/providers, this is a pointer to an WebLogic AdminServer.

wls_setting { 'default':
  user                         => 'oracle',
  weblogic_home_dir            => '/opt/oracle/middleware11g/wlserver_10.3',
  connect_url                  => "t3://localhost:7001",
  weblogic_user                => 'weblogic',
  weblogic_password            => 'weblogic1',
  use_default_value_when_empty => true
}

wls_setting { 'domain2':
  user                         => 'oracle',
  weblogic_home_dir            => '/opt/oracle/middleware11g/wlserver_10.3',
  connect_url                  => "t3://localhost:7011",
  weblogic_user                => 'weblogic',
  weblogic_password            => 'weblogic1',
  post_classpath               => '/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains/Wls1036/lib/aa.jar',
  use_default_value_when_empty => false
}

use_default_value_when_empty = true when you want to make sure the wls type properties will set its default mbean values when it is not provided by your puppet configuration. So when you set a wls type properties and remove it again it will set it back to its original value ( off course only when it has one)

saving the WLST scripts of all the wls types to a temporary folder

archive_path has /tmp/orawls-archive as default folder

tmp_path has /tmp as default folder

wls_setting { 'default':
  debug_module              => 'true',
  archive_path              => '/var/tmp/install/default_domain',
  tmp_path                  => '/var/tmp/install',
  connect_url               => 't3s://10.10.10.10:7002',
  custom_trust              => 'true',
  trust_keystore_file       => '/vagrant/truststore.jks',
  trust_keystore_passphrase => 'welcome',
  user                      => 'oracle',
  weblogic_home_dir         => '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver',
  weblogic_password         => 'weblogic1',
  weblogic_user             => 'weblogic',
}
wls_setting { 'plain':
  debug_module      => 'false',
  archive_path      => '/tmp/orawls-archive',
  connect_url       => 't3://10.10.10.10:7101',
  custom_trust      => 'false',
  user              => 'oracle',
  weblogic_home_dir => '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver',
  weblogic_password => 'weblogic1',
  weblogic_user     => 'weblogic',
}

or in hiera

# and for with weblogic infra 12.2.1, use this post_classpath
wls_setting_instances:
  'default':
    user:               'oracle'
    weblogic_home_dir:  '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver'
    connect_url:        "t3://10.10.10.21:7001"
    weblogic_user:      'weblogic'
    weblogic_password:  'weblogic1'
    post_classpath:     '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/oracle_common/modules/internal/features/jrf_wlsFmw_oracle.jrf.wlst.jar'
    extra_arguments:    '-Daa=1 -Dbb=2'


# and for with weblogic infra 12.1.3, use this post_classpath
wls_setting_instances:
  'default':
    user:               'oracle'
    weblogic_home_dir:  '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver'
    connect_url:        "t3://10.10.10.21:7001"
    weblogic_user:      'weblogic'
    weblogic_password:  'weblogic1'
    post_classpath:     '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/oracle_common/modules/internal/features/jrf_wlsFmw_oracle.jrf.wlst_12.1.3.jar'
    extra_arguments:    '-Daa=1 -Dbb=2'

wls_setting_instances:
  'default':
    user:                      *wls_os_user
    weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    connect_url:               "t3s://%{hiera('domain_adminserver_address')}:7002"
    weblogic_user:             *wls_weblogic_user
    weblogic_password:         *domain_wls_password
    custom_trust:              *wls_custom_trust
    trust_keystore_file:       *wls_trust_keystore_file
    trust_keystore_passphrase: *wls_trust_keystore_passphrase
    require:                   Orawls::Domain[Wls1213]
    debug_module:              true
    archive_path:              '/var/tmp/install/default_domain'
    tmp_path:                  '/var/tmp/install'
  'plain':
    user:                      *wls_os_user
    weblogic_home_dir:         *wls_weblogic_home_dir
    connect_url:               "t3://%{hiera('domain_adminserver_address')}:7101"
    weblogic_user:             *wls_weblogic_user
    weblogic_password:         *domain_wls_password
    require:                   Orawls::Domain[plain_Wls]
    debug_module:              false

With t3s and custom trust

wls_setting_instances:
  'default':
    user:                      oracle'
    weblogic_home_dir:         '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver'
    connect_url:               "t3s://10.10.10.21:7002"
    weblogic_user:             'weblogic'
    weblogic_password:         'weblogic1'
    custom_trust:              true
    trust_keystore_file:       '/vagrant/truststore.jks'
    trust_keystore_passphrase: 'welcome'
  'plain':
    user:                      oracle'
    weblogic_home_dir:         '/opt/oracle/middleware12c/wlserver'
    connect_url:               "t3://10.10.10.21:7101"
    weblogic_user:             'weblogic'
    weblogic_password:         'weblogic1'

wls_domain

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'. Probably after changing the domain you need to restart the AdminServer or subscribe for a restart to this change with the wls_adminserver type

or use puppet resource wls_domain

# In this case it will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_domain { 'Wls1036':
  ensure                                            => 'present',
  jmx_platform_mbean_server_enabled                 => '1',
  jmx_platform_mbean_server_used                    => '1',
  jpa_default_provider                              => 'org.eclipse.persistence.jpa.PersistenceProvider',
  jta_max_transactions                              => '20000',
  jta_transaction_timeout                           => '35',
  log_file_min_size                                 => '5000',
  log_filecount                                     => '10',
  log_filename                                      => '/var/log/weblogic/Wls1036.log',
  log_number_of_files_limited                       => '1',
  log_rotate_logon_startup                          => '1',
  log_rotationtype                                  => 'bySize',
  security_crossdomain                              => '0',
  web_app_container_show_archived_real_path_enabled => '1',
}

wls_domain { 'Wls11gSetting/Wls11g':
  ensure                                            => 'present',
  jmx_platform_mbean_server_enabled                 => '0',
  jmx_platform_mbean_server_used                    => '1',
  jpa_default_provider                              => 'org.apache.openjpa.persistence.PersistenceProviderImpl',
  jta_max_transactions                              => '10000',
  jta_transaction_timeout                           => '30',
  log_file_min_size                                 => '5000',
  log_filecount                                     => '5',
  log_filename                                      => '/var/log/weblogic/Wls11g.log',
  log_number_of_files_limited                       => '0',
  log_rotate_logon_startup                          => '0',
  log_rotationtype                                  => 'byTime',
  security_crossdomain                              => '1',
  web_app_container_show_archived_real_path_enabled => '0',
}

in hiera

require userconfig
$default_params = {}
$wls_domain_instances = hiera('wls_domain_instances', {})
create_resources('wls_domain',$wls_domain_instances, $default_params)

# 'Wls1036' will use default as wls_setting identifier
# 'Wls11g' will use domain2 as wls_setting identifier
wls_domain_instances:
  'Wls1036':
    ensure:                      'present'
    jpa_default_provider:        'org.eclipse.persistence.jpa.PersistenceProvider'
    jta_max_transactions:        '20000'
    jta_transaction_timeout:     '35'
    log_file_min_size:           '5000'
    log_filecount:               '5'
    log_filename:                '/var/log/weblogic/Wls1036.log'
    log_number_of_files_limited: '1'
    log_rotate_logon_startup:    '1'
    log_rotationtype:            'bySize'
    security_crossdomain:        '0'
  'domain2/Wls11g':
    ensure:                      'present'
    jpa_default_provider:        'org.apache.openjpa.persistence.PersistenceProviderImpl'
    jta_max_transactions:        '10000'
    jta_transaction_timeout:     '30'
    log_file_min_size:           '5000'
    log_filecount:               '10'
    log_filename:                '/var/log/weblogic/Wls11g.log'
    log_number_of_files_limited: '0'
    log_rotate_logon_startup:    '0'
    log_rotationtype:            'byTime'
    security_crossdomain:        '1'

wls_adminserver

type for adminserver control like start, running, abort and stop. also supports subscribe with refreshonly

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_adminserver{'AdminServer_Wls1036:':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  server_name               => hiera('domain_adminserver'),
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  domain_path               => "/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains/Wls1036",
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  nodemanager_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  nodemanager_port          => hiera('domain_nodemanager_port'),
  jsse_enabled              => false,
  custom_trust              => false,
}

with JSSE and custom trust

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_adminserver{'AdminServer_Wls1036:':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  server_name               => hiera('domain_adminserver'),
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  domain_path               => "/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains/Wls1036",
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  nodemanager_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  nodemanager_port          => hiera('domain_nodemanager_port'),
  jsse_enabled              => hiera('wls_jsse_enabled'),
  custom_trust              => hiera('wls_custom_trust'),
  trust_keystore_file       => hiera('wls_trust_keystore_file'),
  trust_keystore_passphrase => hiera('wls_trust_keystore_passphrase'),
}

subscribe to a wls_domain, wls_authenticaton_provider or wls_identity_asserter event

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_adminserver{'AdminServer_Wls1036:':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  server_name               => hiera('domain_adminserver'),
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  domain_path               => "/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains/Wls1036",
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  nodemanager_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  nodemanager_port          => hiera('domain_nodemanager_port'),
  jsse_enabled              => hiera('wls_jsse_enabled'),
  custom_trust              => hiera('wls_custom_trust'),
  trust_keystore_file       => hiera('wls_trust_keystore_file'),
  trust_keystore_passphrase => hiera('wls_trust_keystore_passphrase'),
  refreshonly               => true,
  subscribe                 => Wls_domain['Wls1036'],
}

wls_managedserver

type for managed server control like start, running, abort and stop a managed server or a cluster. also supports subscribe with refreshonly

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_managedserver{'JMSServer1_Wls1036:':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  target                    => 'Server', #Server|Cluster
  server_name               => 'JMSServer1',
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  adminserver_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  adminserver_port          => hiera('domain_adminserver_port'),
}

subscribe to a wls_domain, wls_identity_asserter or wls_authenticaton_provider event

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_managedserver{'JMSServer1_Wls1036':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  target                    => 'Server',    #Server|Cluster
  server_name               => 'JMSServer1',
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  adminserver_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  adminserver_port          => hiera('domain_adminserver_port'),
  refreshonly               => true,
  subscribe                 => Wls_domain['Wls1036'],
}

wls_ohsserver

type for ohs server control like start, running, abort and stop. also supports subscribe with refreshonly

# for this type you won't need a wls_setting identifier
wls_ohsserver{'OHS Server:':
  ensure                    => 'running',   #running|start|abort|stop
  server_name               => hiera('domain_adminserver'),
  domain_name               => hiera('domain_name'),
  domain_path               => "/opt/oracle/wlsdomains/domains/Wls1036",
  os_user                   => hiera('wls_os_user'),
  weblogic_home_dir         => hiera('wls_weblogic_home_dir'),
  weblogic_user             => hiera('wls_weblogic_user'),
  weblogic_password         => hiera('domain_wls_password'),
  jdk_home_dir              => hiera('wls_jdk_home_dir'),
  nodemanager_address       => hiera('domain_adminserver_address'),
  nodemanager_port          => hiera('domain_nodemanager_port'),
  jsse_enabled              => false,
  custom_trust              => false,
}

wls_deployment

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'. or use puppet resource wls_deployment

# 'jersey-bundle' will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_deployment { 'jersey-bundle':
  ensure            => 'present',
  deploymenttype    => 'Library',
  stagingmode       => 'nostage',
  remote            => "1",
  upload            => "1",
  target            => ['AdminServer', 'WebCluster'],
  targettype        => ['Server', 'Cluster'],
  versionidentifier => '1.18@1.18.0.0',
}

wls_deployment { 'webapp':
  ensure            => 'present',
  deploymenttype    => 'AppDeployment',
  stagingmode       => 'nostage',
  remote            => "1",
  upload            => "1",
  target            => ['WebCluster'],
  targettype        => ['Cluster'],
  versionidentifier => '1.1@1.1.0.0',
  require           => Wls_deployment['jersey-bundle']
}

in hiera

$default_params = {}
$deployment_instances = hiera('deployment_instances', $default_params)
create_resources('wls_deployment',$deployment_instances, $default_params)

deployment_instances:
  'jersey-bundle':
    ensure:            'present'
    deploymenttype:    'Library'
    versionidentifier: '1.18@1.18.0.0'
    timeout:           60
    stagingmode:       "nostage"
    remote:            "1"
    upload:            "1"
    target:
      - 'AdminServer'
      - 'WebCluster'
    targettype:
      - 'Server'
      - 'Cluster'
    localpath:         '/vagrant/jersey-bundle-1.18.war'
    require:
       - Wls_cluster[WebCluster]
  'webapp':
    ensure:            'present'
    deploymenttype:    'AppDeployment'
    versionidentifier: '1.1@1.1.0.0'
    timeout:           60
    stagingmode:       "nostage"
    remote:            "1"
    upload:            "1"
    target:
      - 'WebCluster'
    targettype:
      - 'Cluster'
    localpath:         '/vagrant/webapp.war'
    require:
       - Wls_deployment[jersey-bundle]
       - Wls_cluster[WebCluster]

wls_user

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'.

or use puppet resource wls_user

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_user { 'OracleSystemUser':
  ensure                 => 'present',
  authenticationprovider => 'DefaultAuthenticator',
  description            => 'Oracle application software system user.',
  realm                  => 'myrealm',
}
# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_user { 'default/testuser1':
  ensure                 => 'present',
  authenticationprovider => 'DefaultAuthenticator',
  description            => 'testuser1',
  realm                  => 'myrealm',
}
# this will use domain2 as wls_setting identifier
wls_user { 'domain2/testuser1':
  ensure                 => 'present',
  authenticationprovider => 'DefaultAuthenticator',
  description            => 'testuser1',
  realm                  => 'myrealm',
}

in hiera

$default_params = {}
$user_instances = hiera('user_instances', {})
create_resources('wls_user',$user_instances, $default_params)

# testuser1 will use default as wls_setting identifier
# testuser2 will use domain2 as wls_setting identifier
user_instances:
  'testuser1':
    ensure:                 'present'
    password:               'weblogic1'
    authenticationprovider: 'DefaultAuthenticator'
    realm:                  'myrealm'
    description:            'my test user'
  'domain2/testuser2':
    ensure:                 'present'
    password:               'weblogic1'
    authenticationprovider: 'DefaultAuthenticator'
    realm:                  'myrealm'
    description:            'my test user'

wls_group

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'.

or use puppet resource wls_group

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_group { 'SuperUsers':
  ensure                 => 'present',
  authenticationprovider => 'DefaultAuthenticator',
  description            => 'SuperUsers',
  realm                  => 'myrealm',
  users                  => ['testuser2'],
}
# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_group { 'TestGroup':
  ensure                 => 'present',
  authenticationprovider => 'DefaultAuthenticator',
  description            => 'TestGroup',
  realm                  => 'myrealm',
  users                  => ['testuser1','testuser2'],
}

in hiera

$default_params = {}
$group_instances = hiera('group_instances', {})
create_resources('wls_group',$group_instances, $default_params)

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
group_instances:
  'TestGroup':
    ensure:                 'present'
    authenticationprovider: 'DefaultAuthenticator'
    description:            'TestGroup'
    realm:                  'myrealm'
    users:
      - 'testuser1'
      - 'testuser2'
  'SuperUsers':
    ensure:                 'present'
    authenticationprovider: 'DefaultAuthenticator'
    description:            'SuperUsers'
    realm:                  'myrealm'
    users:
      - 'testuser2'

wls_role

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'.

or use puppet resource wls_role

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_role { 'default/Deployer':
  ensure     => 'present',
  expression => 'Grp(Deployers)',
  realm      => 'myrealm',
}

wls_role { 'default/OracleSystemRole':
  ensure     => 'present',
  expression => 'Grp(OracleSystemGroup)',
  realm      => 'myrealm',
}

wls_role { 'default/Admin':
  ensure     => 'present',
  expression => '?weblogic.entitlement.rules.AdministrativeGroup(Administrators)',
  realm      => 'myrealm',
}

wls_role { 'default/Anonymous':
  ensure     => 'present',
  expression => 'Grp(everyone)',
  realm      => 'myrealm',
}

wls_authentication_provider

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default' and probably after the creation the AdminServer needs a reboot or subscribe to a restart with the wls_adminserver type

only control_flag is a property, the rest are parameters and only used in a create action

Optionally, providers can be ordered by providing a value to the order paramater, which is a zero-based list. When configuring ordering order, it may be necessary to create the resources with Puppet ordering (if not using Hiera) or by structuring Hiera in matching order. Otherwise ordering may fail if not all authentication providers are created yet (by default the provider will be ordered last if it is greater than the number of providers currently configured).

To manage Weblogic's DefaultIdentityAsserter use the wls_identity_asserter type.

or use puppet resource wls_authentication_provider

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_authentication_provider { 'DefaultAuthenticator':
  ensure       => 'present',
  control_flag => 'SUFFICIENT',
}

# this provider will be ordered first in the providers list
wls_authentication_provider { 'ldap':
  ensure            => 'present',
  control_flag      => 'SUFFICIENT',
  providerclassname => 'weblogic.security.providers.authentication.LDAPAuthenticator',
  provider_specific => {
       'Principal'                     => 'ldapuser',
       'Host'                          => 'ldapserver',
       'Port'                          => 389,
       'CacheTTL'                      => 60,
       'CacheSize'                     => 1024,
       'MaxGroupMembershipSearchLevel' => 4,
       'SSLEnabled'                    => 1,
  }
  order             =>  '0'
}

in hiera

$default_params = {}
$authentication_provider_instances = hiera('authentication_provider_instances', {})
create_resources('wls_authentication_provider',$authentication_provider_instances, $default_params)

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
authentication_provider_instances:
  'DefaultAuthenticator':
    ensure:             'present'
    control_flag:       'SUFFICIENT'


#ldap will be the first listed provider
  'ldap':
    ensure:             'present'
    control_flag:       'SUFFICIENT'
    providerclassname:  'weblogic.security.providers.authentication.LDAPAuthenticator'
    provider_specific:
      'Principal':                     'ldapuser'
      'Host':                          'ldapserver'
      'Port':                          389
      'CacheTTL':                      60
      'CacheSize':                     1024
      'MaxGroupMembershipSearchLevel': 4
      'SSLEnabled':                    1
      'ConnectTimeout':                2
      'ConnectionRetryLimit':          2
    order:              '1'
    before:             Wls_domain[Wls1036]
  'ActiveDirectoryAuthenticator':
    ensure:             'present'
    control_flag:       'SUFFICIENT'
    providerclassname:  'weblogic.security.providers.authentication.ActiveDirectoryAuthenticator'
    provider_specific:
      'Credential':                     'password'
      'GroupBaseDN':                    'DC=ad,DC=company,DC=org'
      'GroupFromNameFilter':            '(&(sAMAccountName=%g)(objectclass=group))'
      'GroupMembershipSearching':       'limited'
      'Host':                           'ad.company.org'
      'MaxGroupMembershipSearchLevel':  4
      'Principal':                      'CN=SER_WASadmin,OU=Service Accounts,DC=ad,DC=company,DC=org'
      'UserBaseDN':                     'DC=ad,DC=company,DC=org'
      'UserFromNameFilter':             '(&(sAMAccountName=%u)(objectclass=user))'
      'UserNameAttribute':              'sAMAccountName'
      'Port':                           389
      'CacheTTL':                       60
      'CacheSize':                      1024
      'ConnectTimeout':                 2
      'ConnectionRetryLimit':           2
    order:              '2'

wls_identity_asserter

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default' and probably after the creation the AdminServer needs a reboot or subscribe to a restart with the wls_adminserver type

to provide a list of token types to create provide a "::" seperated list for attribute 'ActiveTypes'

Optionally, the provider can be ordered by specifying a value to the order paramater, which is a zero-based list. When configuring ordering order, it may be necessary to create the resources with Puppet ordering (if not using Hiera) or by structuring Hiera in matching order. Otherwise ordering may fail if not all authentication providers are created yet (by default the provider will be ordered last if it is greater than the number of providers currently configured).

or use puppet resource wls_identity_asserter

wls_authentication_provider { 'DefaultIdentityAsserter':
  ensure            => 'present',
  providerclassname => 'weblogic.security.providers.authentication.DefaultIdentityAsserter',
  attributes:       => 'DigestReplayDetectionEnabled;UseDefaultUserNameMapper',
  attributesvalues  => '1;1;',
  activetypes       => 'AuthenticatedUser::X.509',
  defaultmappertype => 'CN',
}

in hiera

$default_params = {}
$identity_asserter_instances = hiera('identity_asserter_instances', {})
create_resources('wls_identity_asserter',$identity_asserter_instances, $default_params)

identity_asserter_instances:
  'DefaultIdentityAsserter':
    order:              '3'
    ensure:             'present'
    providerclassname:  'weblogic.security.providers.authentication.DefaultIdentityAsserter'
    attributes:         'DigestReplayDetectionEnabled;UseDefaultUserNameMapper'
    attributesvalues:   '1;1'
    activetypes:        'AuthenticatedUser::X.509'
    defaultmappertype:  'CN'

wls_machine

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'.

or use puppet resource wls_machine

# this will use default as wls_setting identifier
wls_machine { 'test2':
  ensure        => 'present',
  listenaddress => '10.10.10.10',
  listenport    => '5556',
  machinetype   => 'UnixMachine',
  nmtype        => 'SSL',
}
# this will use domain2 as wls_setting identifier
wls_machine { 'domain2/test2':
  ensure        => 'present',
  listenaddress => '10.10.10.10',
  listenport    => '5556',
  machinetype   => 'UnixMachine',
  nmtype        => 'SSL',
}

in hiera

# Node1 will use default as wls_setting identifier
# Node2 will use domain2 as wls_setting identifier
machines_instances:
  'Node1':
    ensure:         'present'
    listenaddress:  '10.10.10.100'
    listenport:     '5556'
    machinetype:    'UnixMachine'
    nmtype:         'SSL'
  'domain2/Node2':
    ensure:         'present'
    listenaddress:  '10.10.10.200'
    listenport:     '5556'
    machinetype:    'UnixMachine'
    nmtype:         'SSL'

wls_server

it needs wls_setting and when identifier is not provided it will use the 'default'.

or use puppet resource wls_server