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nand keswani
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Hi All,
I am modifying config.xml at run time.. But Weblogic server does'nt reflect all the changed made in config.xml
I don't know how and when the WebLogic Server 6.0 internally reads the config.xml.....
Waiting for Early Reply ....
Thanks in Advance
Nand KEswani

 
Rahul Mahindrakar
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The config.xml file cannot be modified at runtime. It can only be modified when the server is not up. If you modify it the server may overwrite the file when shut down.
By the way we have a forum specific for weblogic queries in the Products section. Please post your queries specific to Weblogic in that forum.
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nand keswani
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Hi Rahul,
Oks I am agree with u but there should be some way ... The same like weblogic console change the configuration at run time
Waiting for Answers ..
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Nand Keswani
Originally posted by Rahul Mahindrakar:
The config.xml file cannot be modified at runtime. It can only be modified when the server is not up. If you modify it the server may overwrite the file when shut down.
By the way we have a forum specific for weblogic queries in the Products section. Please post your queries specific to Weblogic in that forum.
Thanks

 
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Moving this to the WebLogic forum
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