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installing Weblogic10.0 version as Windonws Service either on WindowsXP or 2003 Serve

Vijay Gadde
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
Posts: 54
Hi I was trying to install Weblogic10 version as a Windows service using this

It is properly getting installed as a Windows Services, but when select this from Windows Services and click start then it starts and immediately stops by itself and displays a message

I have been trying to fix this problem since last couple of days any help greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance, VIJAY


Vijay Gadde
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Chris Gagola
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Joined: Oct 14, 2008
Posts: 2
You haven't given the domain and server details to the installSVC.cmd. Copy the installSVC.cmd file to your domain directory and add the following details just after call "%WL_HOME%\common\bin\commEnv.cmd"

set PRODUCTION_MODE=true
set JAVA_VENDOR=BEA
set USERDOMAIN_HOME=D:\MyDomain
set SERVER_NAME=Admin
set DOMAIN_NAME=MyDomain

set WLS_USER=weblogic
set WLS_PW=weblogic

Change the values to match your environment setup and run the installSVC.cmd, remember to remove the set WLS_PW=weblogic line after the successful start of your service.
Vijay Gadde
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
Posts: 54
I am so thank full to you, may be its so small code snippet but I have been googling for this thing past couple of days and believe me or not its no where available as such..but now my problem got solved.

May be I got one very good Ranch reference then..!

Hats off to your post.

Best regards,Vijay Gadde
Vijay Gadde
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
Posts: 54
Hi Chris,

I have got one other query on the same thing, its all working fine and I can able to browse the Admin console but what If I want to direct all the server console log message to a file so that if any exceptions raised we can debug by looking in that file. I had implemented this login log4j at application level but at runtime if any exceptions are then those we can only debug by looking at the weblogic console. If possible can you suggest how can we direct all those messages to a file.

Thanks and regards,Vijay Gadde
Chris Gagola
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 14, 2008
Posts: 2
I believe that you can redirect the console messages by opening the admin console > select the server > select the logging tab > at the bottom of the general page click advanced and select the Redirect stdout logging enabled option.

You can then use the Weblogic logging settings to specify the file location.

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs100/ConsoleHelp/taskhelp/logging/RedirectJVMOutput.html
s babu
Greenhorn

Joined: Jul 26, 2007
Posts: 14
Boss,Do you know can we define application views in weblogic 10.2 integaration?
Vijay Gadde
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
Posts: 54
Babu, rather posting your querry on extentions, please post it as a fresh I believe you will get an answer more quickly then.javascript:%20x()javascript:%20x()javascript:%20x()

I am sorry, I havent tried that in my application.

Thanks,VIJAY
 
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