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I am installing a newer version of weblogic version 12, According to the documentation it needed Java7_64, In the install directory I have

Java7_64.SR6.0.sdk
Java7_64.SR6.0.jre
weblogic.12.1,1.15.bff

When I run "installp -acgXYd /tmp all . " I am getting an installation error


FAILURES
--------
  Filesets listed in this section failed pre-installation verification
  and will not be installed.

 
 Requisite Failures
  ------------------
  SELECTED FILESETS:  The following is a list of filesets that you asked to
  install.  They cannot be installed until all of their requisite filesets
  are also installed.  See subsequent lists for details of requisites.

    weblogic.12.1.1.5.rte       # weblogic.12.1.1.5 Weblogic S...

  MISSING REQUISITES:  The following filesets are required by one or more
  of the selected filesets listed above.  They are not currently installed
  and could not be found on the installation media.

    Java7_64.SR6.0.jre                   # Base Level Fileset

  << End of Failure Section >>

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Even though I have Java7_64.SR6.0.jre in the install directory, Its not picking it up...Can someone help me why its doing this..
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Are the Java files actually installp images? Where did you get them from?
AIX "installp" can only install packages in the appropriate format.

Besides that, the installp command you're using seems a bit odd.

-d xxx  designates the directory where the packages reside or an installation image file. Is /tmp your install directory?

What's the purpose of the dot "." at the end? There is no more parameter after "all".

I'd suggest the following:

- cd to the install directory
- run " inutoc  . "
- run "installp -acgXYd . all"

If you still get the mentioned error install Java first:

- cd to the install directory
- run " inutoc  . " 
- run "installp -acgXYd   Java7_64.SR6.0.jre "
- run "installp -acgXYd  weblogic.12.1,1.15.bff "

(Remember, -d can also point to the installation image file itself)
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