Thanks for the link. But, my WebLogic 8.1 functions wierd.
I saw the instructions in the WebLogic doc:
In the left pane, expand the Servers folder and select a server. (See Figure 331-1.) In the right pane, select Control �> Start/Stop. Select one of the following: Shutdown this server. This command initiates a graceful shutdown, which gives WebLogic Server subsystems time to complete certain application processing currently in progress. For more information, refer to Controlling Graceful Shutdowns.
Force shutdown this server. This command initiates a forced shutdown, in which the server instructs subsystems to immediately drop in-work requests. For more information, refer to "Forced Shutdown."
I expanded the Servers folder in the left pane and click on the name of my server. I was prompted a WebLogic Server Administration Console window. It asks my user name and password to sign in.
I do not have a right pane for me to select Control �> Start/Stop
you can also create a stopWeblogic.sh/cmd script and use weblogic admin tool to shutdown server if you prefer:
You may replace server url, username and password to fit your environment.
Joined: Jan 06, 2001
You may also notice that FORCESHUTDOWN statement will drop any client session prior stopping the server. Of course you may also use the console to stop the server.
Joined: Aug 29, 2003
Thanks a lot. It was because I did not configure a Shutdown class and the shutdown grace period was at the default value, which was 0. It means that the server hangs forever. Now, things have been fixed and I am able to stop the server in a normal way.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com