Install the base version of the RDBMS.
Create the seed database. Once the seed or starter database is up and running, and you know the software installed/linked okay, you can delete the seed database to regain disk space.
THEN, install the patch. Normally, usually, generally, the patch is not mission essential to the overall functioning of the database. For the most part, you can live without ever installing a patch.
I have negative knowledge of the specifics of what this patch does. If you are missing something like dbms_java, that would tell me you need to install the dbms_java package before you install the patch.
For future reference, if 0 rows are updated, what is there to commit (assuming no other transactions need to be committed)?