Server Administration Tip: Logging Into the Weblogic Console

URL:
http://<hostname&gt;:<port>/console
Note: the port may or may not be the same port number as the port you use for PeopleSoft.

Directories
web logic is generally installed in <ps home>\webserv\
generally there is only 1 folder in <ps home>\webserv and that is the domain name

Determining the host name and port
look in: <weblogic home>\setEnv.cmd
SET ADMINSERVER_PROTOCOL=HTTP
SET ADMINSERVER_PORT=<port number>
SET ADMINSERVER_HOSTNAME=<server name>
SET ADMINSERVER_SERVERNAME=WebLoginAdmin

or you can look in: <weblogic home>\config.xml
Domain tag > Server tag > ListenPort attribute

Default Login
user: system
password: password

Starting the Console
if it doesn’t connect, you may have to start it manually
startWebLogicAdmin
same directory as setEnv.cmd

Installing as a service
installNTService
with no parameters

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3 Responses to “Server Administration Tip: Logging Into the Weblogic Console”

  1. How to find App Server Port and BEA Jolt Port Number Says:

    Given good solution to find web server port but how to find App Server Port and BEA Jolt Port Number in .

    Thanks in Advance,
    Mallesh

  2. 2010 in review « PSST0101 Says:

    […] Server Administration Tip: Logging Into the Weblogic Console March 2007 1 comment 5 […]

  3. Casey Says:

    If you’re using PeopleSoft on WebLogic I suggest you familiarize yourself with the WebLogic console. There are a number of good introductions on the Oracle site, but may I suggest starting here and then moving to the referenced Oracle documents…


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