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WebLogic Compliancy Check

Trevor Spencer

Joined: Jan 17, 2013
Posts: 2
Hello All,

Being a newbie to Weblogic but not oracle I would like to know if the follwoing tool exsists for weblogic.

As a DBA, after I build a RAC environment, including ASM, Grid, Db's etc I execute a script called raccheck, which gives a breakdown and analysis of each component
belonging to the build - such as interconnect, ports etc and a compliancy rating out of 100. For example - "RACCHECK compliancy 88 out of 100. Redo logs are not multiplexed"

I was wondering if you were aware of a similar tool for Weblogic. I have arrived on a site and the client is not happy with the build currently implemented.
They would like to know if I can check that the build is oracle compliant. It's a bit late as the weblogic environment is opererational in production.

The Admin Server and managed servers are all up an running within a cluster, applications have been deployed but I can find no architectural diagrams and if they needed
to rebuild a similar environment, would have very little to go on.

Many thanks in advance

Matt Cartwright
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Joined: Aug 25, 2008
Posts: 149

I'm working w/ WLS since 4.51 and am not aware of any such tool.
Never missed it because normally I create the domains from scripts in WLST.
Everything you can access from the console and all configuration loaded is available in Management Beans.
Make sure you have the right version of docs as some of the MBean paths are changing w/ versions.

I agree. Here's the link:
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