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oc4j standalone and em console

Andy Wilson
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Joined: Jun 26, 2009
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Does anyone know if there is a way to access the em console from an oc4j instance launched from Jdeveloper

If I goto the default web app page then I get a welcome page which includes a link to:

Launch Application Server Control - http://localhost:8989/em

which suggests the em console should be available, but clicking on it just gives an HTTP 404.

Is there some additional config I need to do to enable this (couldn't find anything obvious in the config files or in Jdeveloper in the Embedded OC4J Preferences)?

Any help appreciated.

Andy Wilson
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Joined: Jun 26, 2009
Posts: 32
Found the following in OAS documentation:

Accessing Application Server Control Console in Standalone OC4J

The Application Server Control Console is installed and configured automatically when you install the OC4J software. It is started by default when OC4J is started.

The console is accessed through the default Web site, which is configured to listen for HTTP requests on port 8888. To access the console, simply type the following URL in a Web browser:


Doesn't work on my system for some reason. Will post back if I find out why.
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