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WebLogic12c starting issues

 
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Hi Guys,

I posted this on another forum some hours back, as the problem is still not resolved yet, I am posting it here as well. I downloaded and installed WebLogic12c on my machine. At the end of the installation, the message mentions the location of the domain and the url of the admin server, which is http://Home-PC:7001/console. I go to the domain location and from one of the subfolders invoke startWebLogic.cmd script. I than went to the above mentioned URL However, going to this url is giving me a page not found error. Replacing the url with http://localhost:7001/console is also giving me a similar error message. I am not sure where I am going wrong, hope someone can help. Thank you.
 
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can you post the config.xml ?
 
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Hi John,

I am sure you must be aware, but tell us, how do you understand that your weblogic server is up and running?

 
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Hi Guys,

I think I have found out what the problem is. Pointing to jdk 1.6 seems to be the issue. I reinstalled everything and when setting up domain, I pointed to the jdk7 provided by the installer and it worked. This is "Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 12c installer" I am talking about. This particular version is version 12.1.3, I am actually trying out exercises from an eBook which is using version 12.1.1, so I have uninstalled 12.1.3 and installed 12.1.1 now, which comes with it's own JDK 6, I pointed to it and it works also.
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