In this video, learn how to start WebLogic, log in and change passwords, as well as how to create new users with different accounts.
- [Instructor] If you have not started WebLogic, … we'll do so here by running the following command … from our home directory. … We'll type Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/user_projects/ … domains/hplus_domain/bin/startWebLogic … and this will prompt us again … for our password and credentials. … So with the application, … now we'll wait for that magic log message that says … server state changed to running. … With this in mind, let's stop this server … and we're going to add credentials to a boot.properties file … so WebLogic will start automatically … without asking us for that information. … We're going to cd into the Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/ … user_projects/domains/hplus_domain/server/AdminServer … and we're going to make a directory called security. … Inside security, … we're going to create a boot.properties file. … In here, we will type username=weblogic … and password=My$3cret. … Save that, close it. … I'm going to go back to the home directory. … We'll type Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/ …
AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
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- WebLogic clustering
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- Standalone vs. domain-mode clustering in WildFly
- Installing Payara
- Remote instance clustering in Payara
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