OBIEE 12c : Component communication ports


As we know OBIEE 12c is different in terms of lot of things , it is also different from its ancestors in terms of the internal system and other components communication ports. Here is a quick snapshot of all available ports:

ADMIN Server : 9500 (EM, Console , DMS)
BI Server : 9502 (Analytics, XMLPserver,BI Publisher, Mobile , Mapviewer, , Visual Analyzer(VA)

OBISCH_SELF_xxx – OBISCH.obisch1 – 9511 – tcp (s)
OBISCH_MONITOR_xxx – OBISCH_MONITOR.obisch1 – 9512 tcp(s)
BIANALYTICS_URLS, ORACLE_BI_SECURITY_SOAP_URLS  – 9505/analytics
OBIPS_HOSTS – 9507
OBIJH_HOSTS – 9510

ORACLE_BI_SECURITY_SOAP_URLS , ORACLE_BI_SEARCH_REST_URLS , ORACLE_MAPVIEWER_URLS  – 9505

ORACLE_BI_JAVADS_SERVER_URL, ORACLE_BICOMPOSER_URLS – 9502

OBICCS_NODES – 9508
OBICCS_MONITOR_NODES – 9509
OBIS_NODES, OBIS_HOSTS – 9514 (This is the communication port to define in System DSN when creating new ODBC data source in OBIEE 12c , Note : default would be 9703 which is fine for 11g and NOT for 12c)
OBIS_MONITOR_NODES – 9515

Also do keep in mind the ports configuration in default installation. This can be changed in weblogic EM but this are the standard communication ports in 12c.

8-19-2018 5-48-46 PM

Excerpt from Oracle 12c documentation:

NOTE:  The default client/server communication method for the Oracle BI Server has changed from Distributed component object model (DCOM) to TCP/IP. Support for DCOM will be discontinued in a future release. For sites already running the Oracle BI Server that want to continue to use DCOM until support is discontinued, leave this field set to its default value and define a Windows system environment variable named NQUIRE_DCOM to force the usage of DCOM. Set the variable value to 1. (To define a system environment variable, select System from the Control Panel, click the Advanced tab, and then click the Environment Variables button to open the Environment Variables dialog box.)

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