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manogna edintipal
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I am new to weblogic server

can any one help me how to start the weblogic server
and buiding a sample web application in the weblogic server

if u can send me links

thanks in advance
 
David Ulicny
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You can go to http://www.bea.com and there find doc for your version of weblogic.
At first you have to create a domain and in domain you can then put your webapp. It will also create for you the start and stop batch files.
 
manogna edintipal
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I created the domain
and got batch files
when executing startWebLogic.bat the server is not properly launching

what are the extra settings needed to launch the server

Thanks in advance
 
David Ulicny
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What is the problem? Could you provide what error it gives you? Maybe you are missing some environment variables.
 
manogna edintipal
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What are the environment variables needed and How can I set those variables.
 
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http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs90/server_start/startquickref.html
Here are mentioned some env vars which you need.
How can I set those variables


Depends on operating system you are using
 
manogna edintipal
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I am using windowsXP
 
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Right click My Computer
Properties->Advanced->Environment Variables
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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