In the Oracle JVM Web Services Call-Out Utility Developer’s guide, it states that the install_ojvmwcu.sql script must be run, but if you do that, it will ask you for a value. Which value?
In 126.96.36.199 the script has been changed, but the documentation hasn’t. The value it is asking for is a password, the password of the OJVMWCU_INSTALL user. Hang on? According to the docs this user must be created manualy first… not any more.
The “install_ojvmwcu.sql” calls “@configure_ojvmwcu.sql &1”, that’s where the “Enter value for 1:” comes from.
The “configure_ojvmwcu.sql” contains:
install_schema VARCHAR2(20) := 'OJVMWCU_INSTALL'; ... procedure create_user as user_exists integer := 0; begin select count(1) into user_exists from dba_users where username = install_schema; if user_exists != 0 then execute immediate 'drop user ' || install_schema || ' cascade'; end if; execute immediate 'create user ' || install_schema || ' identified by &1'; ...
Aha! The &1 the password of the OJVMWCU_INSTALL user, if it’s there it will be dropped and it will be created.
So, run “install_ojvmwcu.sql password” for installing and creating the OJVMWCU_INSTALL user automagically. After that, grant users with “@grant_ojvmwcu.sql user”.
Oh, run an “utlrp” (recompile invalid objects) after running the install_ojvmwcu.sql script.