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srini carry
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I am completely new to unix. We have weblogic in unix box and I want to set some java options

-Duser.country=us -Duser.language=en and java -Djava.awt.headless=true

please tell me which file and what changes I have to make so that weblogic starts with these java options.
 
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Have you tried modifying setenv.sh ? I have not used weblogic under unix but there should be a setenv or equivalent executable.
 
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Deepak Bala wrote:Have you tried modifying setenv.sh ? I have not used weblogic under unix but there should be a setenv or equivalent executable.


I did not try that , I am totally foreigner to unix , I have no clue where that file is ,
but weblogic startup script sets some java options and I would like to add these additional options.
Please tell me about the weblogic startup script file in unix.
 
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I have no clue where that file is ,


Use the linux find command to search for files
 
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I believe you can also set it via the Weblogic console. That way you don't have to worry about logging into the unix box. Obviously this will require a reboot of the managed server.
 
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