Administration Console Reference which provides reference information for each

Administration console reference which provides

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Administration Console Reference, which provides reference information for each page in the Console, including descriptions of the attributes you can set using the Console. You can access the Administration Console online help either through the Console itself, or online at
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tml . Console Errors Messages (including information, warning, and error messages) can be generated and logged in the course of using the Administration Console. You can view WebLogic Server logs from the Diagnostics > Log Files page of the Console. Starting the Administration Console This section contains instructions for starting the Administration Console. To use the Administration Console, use one of the supported Web browsers for your environment. For more information, see "Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations" at - certification-100350.html . If your Web browser is not on this list of supported browsers, you may experience functional or formatting problems when using the Administration Console. To start the Administration Console: 1. Start an Administration Server. 2. Open one of the supported Web browsers to the following URL: 3. where hostname is the DNS name or IP address of the Administration Server and port is the listen port on which the Administration Server is listening for requests (port 7001 by default). If you have configured a domain-wide administration port, use that port number. If you configured the Administration Server to use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) you must add s after http as follows: Note: A domain-wide administration port always uses SSL. 4. When the login page appears, enter the user name and the password you used to start the Administration Server (you may have specified this user name and password during the installation process) or enter a user name that belongs to one of the following security groups: Administrators, Operators, Deployers, or Monitors. These groups provide various levels of access to system administration functions in the Administration Console.
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Using the security system, you can add or delete users to one of these groups to provide controlled access to the Console. Note: If you have your browser configured to send HTTP requests to a proxy server, then you may need to configure your browser to not send Administration Server HTTP requests to the proxy. If the Administration Server is on the same machine as the browser, then ensure that requests sent to localhost or 127.0.0.1 are not sent to the proxy. Enabling the Administration Console By default, the Administration Console is enabled. If you disable it, you can re-enable it using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST). Start the Administration Server, then invoke WLST and use the following commands: Example 2-1 Using WLST to Re-enable the Console connect("username","password") edit() startEdit() cmo.setConsoleEnabled(true) save() activate() The following attribute(s) have been changed on MBeans which require server re-start.
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