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Get the Software to Install an Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite Deployment
Version 7 Update 1


This icon represents downloading and installing." Communications Suite Software

To install a Communications Suite 7 Update 1 deployment, download the necessary software from

  1. At the Welcome screen, click the Continue link in the first paragraph.
    The Export Validation page is displayed.
  2. Type in your information, click the check box that you have read the Trial License and Export Restrictions, and click the second check box to accept the Export Restrictions.
  3. Click Continue.
  4. From the drop-down menu, select Oracle Communications Applications and platform then click Go.
    A list of items is displayed.
  5. Select Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7 Update 1 Media Pack and then click Continue.
    A set of Communications Suite downloads is displayed.
  6. Click Download for the component you need.
    Mobile Synchronization Server and Connector for Microsoft Outlook are separate downloads.

Dependent Component Product Software

In addition, you might need some or all of the following dependent component products, which you obtain separately.

Required Software

  • Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1.1 with HADB
    Log in to My Oracle Support to obtain the platform-specific version of Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1.1 with HADB. Search for the following patch IDs. If these patches are superceded by another patch, use the more recent patch.
    • Solaris SPARC: 128643-24
    • Solaris x86: 128644-24
    • Red Hat Linux: 128645-24
  • This icon represents downloading and installing." Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11gR1 (select Oracle Fusion Middleware product pack), then select the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Media Pack, then select ODSEE for download)
  • MySQL 5.1 (required for Calendar Server 7 Update 1) is included in the Communications Suite Media Pack.

Optional Software

As of Communications Suite 7 Update 1, support for Access Manager and Sun OpenSSO has been deprecated. See: Deprecated Support of Access Manager and Sun OpenSSO.

For more information about Communications Suite 7 Update 1 component product dependencies, see Requirements for Communications Suite 7 Update 1.

Notes and Caveats

If you order a Communications Suite DVD, it only contains Communications Suite software. The DVD does not contain Directory Server, Java ES, GlassFish, or OpenSSO software.

Licensing Information

For more information regarding entitlements (RTU and support) and licensing, see Communications Suite Licensing Information.

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  1. Sep 11, 2010

    I get the following message ("You have selected Content/Patches which requires a Specific type of Contract to Access.") when I am sent to the page to download the following software:
    Required Software * Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1.1 with HADB * The following download links are for patches that contain the entire software package: * Solaris SPARC patch ID 128643 * Solaris x86 patch ID 128644 * Red Hat Linux patch ID 128645

    I have followed this product since its infancy without receiving this message. How do I remedy this?

    1. Sep 12, 2010


      I just verified that the links work, and I was able to download each of the three patches.

      I would say that the message indicates that you need a valid contract to be able to perform the download.



  2. Oct 15, 2010

    Hello, I suggest to add in the paragraph Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Update 1

    (below Optional Software) that Sun Java Enterprise System software is also required to install the monitoring staff based on the JavaES Monitoring console (jesmc, mfwk), right ?

    1. Oct 16, 2010


      I checked with one of our developers. Yes, Comms did depend on Java ES to get the JES monitoring console. Having said that, at least for Messaging Server, support was removed for mfwk, thus we no longer recommend using it.


  3. Nov 03, 2010

    Is there another Glass Server version that does not require a "valid contract to be able to perform the download" and works with version 7u1?
    Example, does the OpenSource v2.1.1 version work?
    glassfish-installer-v2.1.1-sunos_x86.jar size 63MB

    1. Nov 03, 2010

      The supported web containers for this release are documented here. The OpenSource version you mention is not on the list.


  4. Nov 03, 2010

    I had a look at the list. Here is the GlassFish Server I will try:

    Search for:
    Select a Product Pack: Sun Products
    Platform: Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64 bit)
    Automatically selected: Sun Products Media Pack for Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
    File description: Sun GlassFish Enterprise Sever v2.1.1 with HADB, File Based patch for Sun Solaris x86 (32/64 bit)
    Filename downloaded:
    Unzipped, I have the install filename: sges_ee-2_1_1-p02-solaris-i586-ml.bin

    This should work for my training solution, and does not require a contract.

  5. Nov 06, 2010


    When getting Directory, in the "Media Pack" page, I saw the following selections:

    • Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11gR1 for Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit) (Compressed Archive) V21883-01 234M
    • Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11gR1 for Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit) (Solaris Package) V21884-01 394M
  6. Dec 21, 2010

    We should fix the GlassFish patch links. SunSolve is no longer available. We need to point to the official Oracle mechanisms.

    1. Jan 11, 2011

      I have included the current patch ids and revs to search for on My Oracle Support.

  7. Jan 04, 2012

    Under Required Software, the Solaris x86 base patch number for GF needs to be corrected.  It should be 128644.

    1. Jan 04, 2012

      Thanks Deb, fixed.


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