In which order should software on a server be installed: Oracle 11g and WebLogic

Hello, in which order should software be installed, Oracle 11g and Weblogic? I mean which one would come first.

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Kevin CrossChief Technology OfficerCommented:
I might be mistaken, but my understanding of Weblogic is it is a J2EE application server like Tomcat. The backend behind the J2EE applications do not necessarily need to be an Oracle Database so you can think of these as independent; however, on installation, I would go with Oracle 11g first and then setup the web application server Weblogic. If there are any hooks, I would expect them to be from Weblogic recognizing Oracle and for example taking advantage of that knowledge during setup of classpath, etc.
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johanntagleCommented:
Agree with mwvisa1.  I worked with an application running on Weblogic only once and if I recall correctly the time when you need to get database details is when you configure the application (in our case Adobe Livecycle) to connect to a database.  So it shouldn't really matter which one is to be installed first. What matters is Oracle database is already installed and you have an instance ready when you start installing your application.
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Swadhin RaySenior Technical Engineer Commented:
Either of the software can be installed at first ...
As both if the above comment are correct  only while configurations your application a DB is required, if Oracle is already installed then setting up your application will be easy.
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halukonmAuthor Commented:
tanks!
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