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Weblogic Provider URL and console

Anand Athinarayanan
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Joined: May 20, 2011
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Hi All,

I have a question regarding the PROVIDER URL of weblogic. We are not facing any issues, its just that I need to know the concepts behind it. We have a client code in our web app (deployed on weblogic 10) which sends messages to a queue which is on a different server. I'm sure it must be a weblogic server because we use the t3 protocol. In the code we look up the queue using JNDI and we supply the intial context and the provider url through a properties file. I can see the value of both these parameters. Can any one tell me what is the Provider url? As per my understanding its just a server location which provides the JNDI naming server. Is it not? If its a weblogic server then shouldn't it be accessible through the console? But i'm not able to open the console of the server (provider url).

I think a little code would help.

My Properties file has this :
provider_url = t3://someservername:portnumber

Now I tried http://someservername:portnumber/console in the browser and it gives a "The server has not found anything matching the request uri" error. But when I ping the someservername I get a reply.

What am i doing wrong here or why am i not able to access its console? Any ideas?

PS: Sorry if its a noob question but i just want to know the concepts. I'm new to JMS and JNDI. oh and our queue is working perfectly
 
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