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faiza athar
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Which of the following statements are true concerning the addition of a Managed Server to a Domain?
a)A Managed Server can only be added from within the Administration Console on the Administration Server for the domain
b)A Managed Server can be added from the command line of the Administration Server for the domain
c)A Managed Server must be run on the same machine as the Administration Server
d)The Administration Server specified may be in a different domain than the Managed Server
can someone confirm if b is right?
Chris Mathews
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The correct answer is A. See this link: Adding a WebLogic Managed Server to the Domain.
Actually you don't technically NEED to use the console. You could always directly hack on the config.xml, but this is frowned upon by BEA.
For a list of the Admin command line parameters, see this link: WebLogic Server Administration Command Reference.
[ December 15, 2002: Message edited by: Chris Mathews ]
 
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