How to Use WGET to Download Oracle Binary Software from MOS

Download Oracle software and patches in batch or command line, even in background.

SITUATION

Due to security or firewall issue, we have to download Oracle software and patches from a sever where web browser is unavailable. Here is an example how to download the patches by using wget utility.

IMPLEMENTATION

1) Search the patch you want.

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2) Select and click Download button.

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3) Click “View Digest Details

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4) Click “WGET Options” and “Download.sh“,  save wget.sh.

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5) Edit wget.sh by specifying the variables with right values as below :

# SSO username and password
SSO_USERNAME=EXAMPLE@ORACLE.COM
SSO_PASSWORD=password
# Path to wget command
WGET="/usr/bin/wget --no-check-certificate --secure-protocol=TLSv1 "
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6) Run wget,sh script.

7) Double check the download files are OK by comparing the output string with the values from STEP 3.

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8) wget.sh script content.

#!/bin/sh -x
#
# Generated 6/14/15 10:25 AM
# Start of user configurable variables
#
LANG=C
export LANG
# SSO username and password
SSO_USERNAME=EXAMPLE@ORACLE.COM
SSO_PASSWORD=password
# Path to wget command
WGET="/usr/bin/wget --no-check-certificate --secure-protocol=TLSv1 "
# Location of cookie file
COOKIE_FILE=/tmp/$.cookies
# Log directory and file
LOGDIR=.
LOGFILE=$LOGDIR/wgetlog-`date +%m-%d-%y-%H:%M`.log
# Output directory and file
OUTPUT_DIR=.
#
# End of user configurable variable
#
if [ "$SSO_PASSWORD " = " " ]
then
 echo "Please edit script and set SSO_PASSWORD"
 exit
fi
# Contact updates site so that we can get SSO Params for logging in
SSO_RESPONSE=`$WGET --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0" https://updates.oracle.com/Orion/Services/download 2>&1|grep Location`
# Extract request parameters for SSO
SSO_TOKEN=`echo $SSO_RESPONSE| cut -d '=' -f 2|cut -d ' ' -f 1`
SSO_SERVER=`echo $SSO_RESPONSE| cut -d ' ' -f 2|cut -d 'p' -f 1,2`
SSO_AUTH_URL=sso/auth
AUTH_DATA="ssousername=$SSO_USERNAME&password=$SSO_PASSWORD&site2pstoretoken=$SSO_TOKEN"
# The following command to authenticate uses HTTPS. This will work only if the wget in the environment
# where this script will be executed was compiled with OpenSSL. Remove the --secure-protocol option
# if wget was not compiled with OpenSSL
# Depending on the preference, the other options are --secure-protocol= auto|SSLv2|SSLv3|TLSv1
$WGET --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0" --secure-protocol=TLSv1 --post-data $AUTH_DATA --save-cookies=$COOKIE_FILE --keep-session-cookies $SSO_SERVER$SSO_AUTH_URL -O sso.out >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
rm -f sso.out
$WGET --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0" --load-cookies=$COOKIE_FILE --save-cookies=$COOKIE_FILE --keep-session-cookies "https://updates.oracle.com/Orion/Services/download/p20819644_1121030_Linux-x86-64.zip?aru=18865551&patch_file=p20819644_1121030_Linux-x86-64.zip" -O $OUTPUT_DIR/p20819644_1121030_Linux-x86-64.zip >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
# Cleanup
rm -f $COOKIE_FILE

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