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WebLogic Stuff

glasses-272399_1280-smallI’ve written a bunch of stuff about WebLogic over the last few years, but it’s kind-of scattered throughout the site. When I was gearing up for my session at the Middleware SIG recently I figured it was about time I collected it all together, so I added a new WebLogic page to the site. It’s on the menu and the quick links.

Much the same as the SQL and PL/SQL pages, it really is just a bunch of links to other stuff. I tend to put my articles in version-specific locations, because it suits me, but I realise it’s not ideal for everyone. I think this gives me the best of both worlds.

Enterprise Manager 13c, “Webtier Could Not Be Started”

Let’s say you’re on call and you’re woke from a deep, delightful sleep from the pager, stating the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control isn’t available.

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 : Day Off

You might have guessed from my last post, I was feeling a little bit deflated (insert fat joke here) yesterday morning.

I cheered myself up by spending the day in my hotel room doing installations. :)

On Friday evening the new Fusion Middleware 12.2.1 stack was released, so spent the day playing with it. I’ve written some articles, but they will need some tidying up when I get home. There are definitely some things I want to change.

Fusion Middleware 12.2.1.0 Released

Just in time for Oracle OpenWorld, a bunch of Fusion Middleware 12.2.1.0 products have been released, including:

WebLogic 12cR3 articles

WebLogic 12cR3 was released towards the end of last week, so this weekend I had an install-fest.

I also did some minor amendments to some existing articles.

WebLogic 11g, Forms, ADF, Oracle Linux and VMware

Following on from my recent batch of “what I’m doing at the moment” style posts, I just thought I would mention some of the infrastructure I’ve been installing and configuring recently…

We are still part way through a migration from Oracle Application Server to WebLogic 11g. There are many applications to migrate and test, fortunately not by me, but they fit into two main categories.

Oracle WebLogic 12cR2 : ADF, Domains, Clusters and Stuff

Following on from yesterday’s post about these WebLogic 12cR2 articles,

I’ve spent today creating ADF enabled domains and clustered domains on WebLogic 12cR2. That has spawned some new articles that are effectively updates of the old WebLogic  11g and 12cR1 articles.

Oracle WebLogic 12cR2 and ADF Runtime Installations…

The new versions of the WebLogic 12cR2 and ADF could not have come at a worse time for me. My top priority is learning about the 12cR1 version of the database. Second, is getting to grips with Cloud Control 12cR3. Third on the list is getting up to speed with the changes in WebLogic 12cR2 and ADF. Unfortunately, my personal priorities don’t quite match my work priorities, so WebLogic 12cR2 has moved up the list for a while. As a result, I did some installations last night.

Why is it easier to get things to work at home?

I’ve been grabbing a few minutes here and there over the last couple of work days trying to get something working with no joy. I this case it is a DAD entry in the “dads.conf” file on the OHS running as part of 11gR2 Forms & Reports Services on WebLogic 11g (10.3.6). I started to think that maybe this functionality is disabled on the installation or something like that, but couldn’t find any reason for that to be the case.

In a fit of desperation I came home tonight, fired up a DB and a F&R installation, defined a DAD and it worked first time. Aaaarrrggghhhh!!!!!

On the plus side, I know there is nothing fundamentally weird about the OHS installation that comes with 11gR2 F&R Services. On the down side, I still have no flippin’ clue why it is not working on the installation at work. Think I need to get in early tomorrow and focus on it for a little while. No doubt it will be something stupid I’ve missed while trying to do a bunch of different things at once.

WebLogic and Forms & Reports Services Articles Updated…

I ran through a Forms & Reports Services installation on WebLogic 10.3.6 this morning, so I made some minor tweaks to my existing 10.3.5 articles on that subject.

The current spin of Forms & Reports Services has a prerequisite check for 10.3.5, so you just have to turn off the prerequisites check using this.

$ ./runInstaller -ignoreSysPrereqs

Apart from that it’s pretty much business as usual.

Cheers

Tim…