Weblogic

How to stop, start and restart an Oracle WebLogic Server?

Oracle WebLogic Server is a Java EE application server currently developed by Oracle Corporation. You can start, stop and restart both the administration and the managed servers in two ways: Using the WebLogic Server Administration Console Using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) 1) Stop and start an Oracle WebLogic Server using the WebLogic Server Administration Console …

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How to increase and tune your JDeveloper performance?

One often has to use JDeveloper when working on Oracle Technology. So you’ll be surprised to discover that while your development computers may allow up to 8Gb or 16Gb Ram; JDeveloper by default will only use 512Mb!And the same applies to your integrated WebLogic environment. JDeveloper before increase will only use 512Mb memory! I’ll highly …

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How to configure HTTPS SSL on your Weblogic application?

Before going live with your application on WebLogic, I’d always recommend activating SSL on the Weblogic server hosting your application. Accessing your application with the HTTPS protocol will ensure your user’s data are not intercepted. To do so, you should first get a valid certificate : If you are configuring the Weblogic at a company, …

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How to fix BEA-141281 – unable to get file lock and BEA-310006 The persistent store encountered a fatal error in Weblogic?

Server locks can occur in WebLogic when a server crash due to a nasty network or data storage issue. Once those locks are there the servers will fail to restart with a BEA-141281 or BEA-310006 error. Here is how to remove those locks and clear the cache to successfully restart your WebLogic server : View …

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