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Everyone who is interested in Oracle Fusion Middleware probably knows, JDeveloper 11g is production now. And its possible to install it on Mac OS as well. On Windows, installation process is more straightforward, however it is relatively easy on Mac OS also - just you will need to follow a couple of configuration steps. In this post I will give instructions, I was following in order to install JDeveloper 11g on my MacBook Pro, I will concentrate on those instructions not mentioned in installation guide.
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Installation process steps:
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  2. On Mac OS X, select JDeveloper then Preferences, and then Web Browser and Proxy from the tree on the left of the Preferences dialog. To download and install the MAF extension: In JDeveloper, select Help then Check for Updates.

I have done this in the past on older versions on Jdeveloper on windows. Currently, the line Starting WLS with line: notes the settings of -Xms256m and Xmx1024M. The is consistent with an earlier statement. Java Memory arguments: -Xms256m -Xmx1024m. It is also consistent with the Mac activity monitor which indicates that Java uses 1.03G.

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Download jdevstudio11110install.jar from OTN download page. It is a base install, without JDK 6.
2) Go to Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle JDeveloper on OTN and follow listed instructions.
3) After you will install Sun Java SE 6 for Mac OS X 10.5, you will need to make Java 1.6.0 default version of Java on your machine. You must run Java Preferences utility at /Applications/Utilities/Java/ to make Java 1.6.0 the default version on your OS. But, this will not change Java version across all system, so in terminal window I executed following commands as a root user to make Java 1.6.0 default VM:
$ cd /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/
$ ls -l CurrentJDK
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 5 Oct 3 21:33 CurrentJDK -> 1.5.0
$ sudo rm CurrentJDK
$ sudo ln -s 1.6.0 CurrentJDK
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 5 Oct 3 21:40 CurrentJDK -> 1.6.0


Now if you will execute java - version in terminal window, you should get something similar:
java version '1.6.0_05'
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_05-b13-120)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 1.6.0_05-b13-52, mixed mode)

4) However, if you will run JDeveloper 11g installer at this step, you still will not be able to install successfully. In my case, installer wasn't able to find Java Home, even if I was providing it directly. I have solved this, when I have found a section about Known Issues for installing JDeveloper 11g on Mac OS in Release Notes document.
When all listed steps were done, installation wizard found Java 1.6.0 automatically and installation finished successfully:
JDeveloper 11g is up and running on Macintosh:

Oracle has a pretty nice installer for Windows. Linux users are expected to know how to set things up. Mac OSX is where things start getting a little iffy. This is a small guide I’ve compiled on getting JDeveloper to work on a Mac OSX Mavericks system (I upgraded yesterday).

Install the latest JDK

Make sure you install the latest available JDK from here and choose the Mac OSx .dmg file. As of this writing, the latest version is 7u45. Double click the dmg to install. Once done, open your terminal and type

You should get the installation path.

Download the generic JDeveloper jar

Download the latest JDeveloper generic .jar from here . Choose the generic option

Save the file to the downloads folder. Once the download completes, open the terminal.

This should open the installer. Choose all defaults and install. Choose everyone in the options so that everyone can make changes. Complete the installation.

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And that’s it! Pretty straightforward. Now you can continue setting up JDevloper to work with either ADF and ADF Mobile applications. I’ll cover that in another tutorial.

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