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Weblogic Server Installation

August 22, 2010

Weblogic Server :  10.3.3

Linux : RHEL update 4

Prerequisites

1. CPU :  1GHZ

2. RAM :  1GB RAM

3. JDK or JRE : 1.6 ( Weblogic Server (WLS)  version for Linux and  Windows  ships with JAVA 1.6 and Oracle  JRockit).

1. Download Weblogic  Server 10.3.3 from Oracle.

Weblogic Server 10.3.3

2.  Run the bin file

./wls1033_oepe111150_linux32.bin

3. Verifying the Java version

Above binary file used for installation of weblogic server ships with JDK 1.6 and JRockit

cd $MW_HOME/wls_10.3/server/bin

$ run . ./setWLSEnv.sh

$ java -version

4. Files to look in Middleware Home

1.  log.txt  has installed components with Weblogic Server——— cd $MW_HOME/logs

2.  registry.xml ========in  $MW_HOME

?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
<bea-product-information xmlns:fo=”http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format&#8221; xmlns:gpr=”http://www.bea.com/ns/cie/gpr”&gt;
<host home=”/u01/app” name=”linux2.linux.com”>
<product format=”1.0″ name=”WebLogic Platform”>
<release level=”10.3″ ServicePackLevel=”3″ PatchLevel=”0″ Status=”installed” InstallTime=”Aug 22, 2010 2:59:55 PM” InstallDir=”/u01/app” JavaHome=”/u01/app/jrockit_160_17_R28.0.0-679″ JavaVersion=”1.6.0_17″ JavaVendor=”Oracle”>
<component name=”Common Infrastructure Engineering” version=”7.0.0.0″ InstallDir=””>
<component name=”Uninstall”/>
<component name=”Patch Client”/>
<component name=”Patch Attachment Facility”/>
<component name=”Clone Facility”/>
</component>
<component name=”WebLogic Server” version=”10.3.3.0″ InstallDir=”/u01/app/wlserver_10.3″>
<component name=”Core Application Server”/>
<component name=”Administration Console”/>
<component name=”Configuration Wizard and Upgrade Framework”/>
<component name=”Web 2.0 HTTP Pub-Sub Server”/>
<component name=”WebLogic SCA”/>
<component name=”WebLogic JDBC Drivers”/>
<component name=”Third Party JDBC Drivers”/>
<component name=”WebLogic Server Clients”/>
<component name=”WebLogic Web Server Plugins”/>
<component name=”UDDI and Xquery Support”/>
<component name=”Evaluation Database”/>
<component name=”Workshop Code Completion Support”/>
</component>
<component name=”Oracle Configuration Manager” version=”10.3.2.1″ InstallDir=””>
<component name=”Data Collector”/>
</component>
<component name=”Oracle Coherence” version=”3.5.3.2″ InstallDir=”/u01/app/coherence_3.5″>
<component name=”Coherence Product Files”/>
</component>
<component name=”Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse” version=”10.3.3.0″ InstallDir=”/u01/app/oepe_11gR1PS2″>
<component name=”Common Files”/>
</component>
</release>
</product>
<java-installation Name=”jdk160_18″ JavaHome=”/u01/app/jdk160_18″ JavaVersion=”1.6.0_18″ JavaVendor=”Sun” Architecture=”32″ Platform=”linux”>
<dependent-product Name=”WebLogic Platform” Version=”10.3.3.0″/>
</java-installation>
<java-installation Name=”jrockit_160_17_R28.0.0-679″ JavaHome=”/u01/app/jrockit_160_17_R28.0.0-679″ JavaVersion=”1.6.0_17″ JavaVendor=”Oracle” Architecture=”32″ Platform=”linux”>
<dependent-product Name=”WebLogic Platform” Version=”10.3.3.0″/>
</java-installation>
</host>
</bea-product-information>

References :

1. Weblogic Server Installation Guide

Related Links

1. Weblogic Server Clustering

2. Configuring  Oracle Single Sign-on for Weblogic Server

3. Weblogic Server Administrator password

4.  Increasing the Heap Size in Weblogic Server

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5 Comments
  1. Fabián permalink

    Hi, good article, congratulations.

    I have a question: is it necessary to set the WebLogic Plug-In Enabled in “environment->clusters->myCluster” on weblogic? I mean, to make use of the “weblogic-handler” directive on the http server.

    Regards.

    Fabián.

  2. Hey – Are you using SSL ?
    If so you need to enable WebLogic Plug-In .
    Additional you need to use three more directives in httpd.conf
    SecurityProxy, TrustedCAFile & RequiredSSLHostMatch.

    If you are not using SSL enabling WebLogic Plug-In is not required. Also you can use WebLogicCluster directive in httpd.conf it does simple round robin between the servers.

    I would believe enabling the plugin will enable you to trouble shoot the problems specific to client machines As you would have remote address passed to server and present in the server logs.

    Thanks,
    AK

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