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Accessing Servlet on WebLogic Server Remotely

Jack Thomas
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Joined: Aug 12, 2011
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Hi, group. Here are my vitals

Project/application: testApp
IDE: JDeveloper 11g
Server: WebLogic
Browser: Internet Explorer 9.0

I created a Servlet in JDeveloper 11g and launched it sucessfully. It does what I need it to do, no problems whatsoever. What I would like to do now is make this Servlet accessible to other users. When I created Servlets in JDeveloper 10g and launched them from there, I could simply send the URL provided me by JDeveloper to a user/s (the user/s are always co-workers on the same network) and they could access the URL, just so long as I had my desktop web server running. The same thing does not appear to work for Servlets created in JDeveloper 11g. For any URL I send for a Servlet running on my desktop WebLogic server, the user receives a "Cannot display web page." Is there a setting in the WebLogic console that will allow remote access (if that is the right term)?

Thanks.
 
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