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Creating a Weblogic Server Domain using config.sh

Step 1). Go to bea103/wlserver_10.3/common/bin

Step 2). ./config.sh

Step 3). Pass the configuration parameters.

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Welcome:
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Choose between creating and extending a domain. Based on your selection, the Configuration Wizard guides you through the steps to generate a new or
extend an existing domain.

->1|Create a new WebLogic domain
| Create a WebLogic domain in your projects directory.

2|Extend an existing WebLogic domain
| Extend an existing WebLogic domain. Use this option to add applications and services, or to override existing database access (JDBC) and messaging |(JMS) settings. You can also incorporate additional functionality in your domain, for example, by including AquaLogic Service Bus.

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Select Domain Source:
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Select the source from which the domain will be created. You can create the domain by selecting from the required components or by selecting from a list
of existing domain templates.

->1|Choose Weblogic Platform components
| You can choose the Weblogic component(s) that you want supported in your domain.

2|Choose custom template
| Choose this option if you want to use an existing template. This could be a custom created template using the Template Builder.

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Application Template Selection:
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Available Templates
|_____WebLogic Server (Required)x
|_____Workshop for WebLogic 10.3 [2]

Enter number exactly as it appears in brackets to toggle selection OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Administrator Username and Password:
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Create a user to be assigned to the Administrator role. This user is the default administrator used to start development mode servers.

| Name | Value |
_|_________________________|_________________________________________|
1| *User name: | weblogic |
2| *User password: | |
3| *Confirm user password: | |
4| Description: | This user is the default administrator. |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “User name”
2 – Modify “User password”
3 – Modify “Confirm user password”
4 – Modify “Description”

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 2

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Administrator Username and Password:
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Create a user to be assigned to the Administrator role. This user is the default administrator used to start development mode servers.

“*User password:” = []

Enter new *User password: OR [Exit][Reset][Accept]>

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Administrator Username and Password:
———————————————-

Create a user to be assigned to the Administrator role. This user is the default administrator used to start development mode servers.

| Name | Value |
_|_________________________|_________________________________________|
1| *User name: | weblogic |
2| *User password: | ******** |
3| *Confirm user password: | |
4| Description: | This user is the default administrator. |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “User name”
2 – Modify “User password”
3 – Modify “Confirm user password”
4 – Modify “Description”
5 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 3

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Administrator Username and Password:
———————————————-

Create a user to be assigned to the Administrator role. This user is the default administrator used to start development mode servers.

“*Confirm user password:” = []

Enter new *Confirm user password: OR [Exit][Reset][Accept]>

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Administrator Username and Password:
———————————————-

Create a user to be assigned to the Administrator role. This user is the default administrator used to start development mode servers.

| Name | Value |
_|_________________________|_________________________________________|
1| *User name: | weblogic |
2| *User password: | ******** |
3| *Confirm user password: | ******** |
4| Description: | This user is the default administrator. |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “User name”
2 – Modify “User password”
3 – Modify “Confirm user password”
4 – Modify “Description”
5 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Domain Mode Configuration:
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Enable Development or Production Mode for this domain.

->1|Development Mode

2|Production Mode

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Java SDK Selection:
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1|JRockit SDK 1.6.0_05 @ /users/apps/ebsi/fkmd/bea103/jrockit_160_05
->2|Sun SDK 1.6.0_05 @ /users/apps/ebsi/fkmd/bea103/jdk160_05
3|Other Java SDK

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 2

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Choose Configuration Option:
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*Do you want to modify any of the preconfigured settings or defaults in your template?
*
*To keep the default or template settings, and proceed directly to name and create your domain, leave No selected.

1|Yes

->2|No

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure RDBMS Security Store Options:
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Create the RDBMS tables in your datastore prior to booting your domain. The scripts for use by your DBA are in WebLogic Server’s server/lib directory.
Click Next to keep the template settings or bypass RDBMS options.

->1|I don’t want to change anything here.

2|I want to create, change, or remove RDBMS support.

Enter index number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure the Administration Server:
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Enter adminstration server configurations. Each WebLogic Server domain must have one Administration Server. The Administration Server hosts the
Administration Console which is used to perform administrative tasks.

| Name | Value |
_|__________________|_____________________|
1| *Name: | AdminServer |
2| Listen address: | All Local Addresses |
3| Listen port: | 7001 |
4| SSL listen port: | N/A |
5| SSL enabled: | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Listen address”
3 – Modify “Listen port”
4 – Modify “SSL enabled”

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 2

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure the Administration Server:
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Enter adminstration server configurations. Each WebLogic Server domain must have one Administration Server. The Administration Server hosts the
Administration Console which is used to perform administrative tasks.

| Name | Value |
_|__________________|_____________________|
1| *Name: | AdminServer |
2| Listen address: | All Local Addresses |
3| Listen port: | 7001 |
4| SSL listen port: | N/A |
5| SSL enabled: | false |

Enter value for “Listen address” OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> localhost

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure the Administration Server:
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Enter adminstration server configurations. Each WebLogic Server domain must have one Administration Server. The Administration Server hosts the
Administration Console which is used to perform administrative tasks.

| Name | Value |
_|__________________|_____________|
1| *Name: | AdminServer |
2| Listen address: | localhost |
3| Listen port: | 7001 |
4| SSL listen port: | N/A |
5| SSL enabled: | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Listen address”
3 – Modify “Listen port”
4 – Modify “SSL enabled”
5 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|

Enter name for a new OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> MS1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|_____________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | All Local Addresses | 7001 | N/A | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Listen address”
3 – Modify “Listen port”
4 – Modify “SSL enabled”
5 – Done

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 2

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|_____________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | All Local Addresses | 7001 | N/A | false |

Modify “Listen address” OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> localhost

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | localhost | 7001 | N/A | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Listen address”
3 – Modify “Listen port”
4 – Modify “SSL enabled”
5 – Done

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 3

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | localhost | 7001 | N/A | false |

Modify “Listen port” OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 7003

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | localhost | 7003 | N/A | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Listen address”
3 – Modify “Listen port”
4 – Modify “SSL enabled”
5 – Done

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 5

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Managed Servers:
————————–

Add or delete configuration information for Managed Servers. A typical production environment has one or more Managed Servers. Each Managed Server is an
instance of WebLogic Server used to host enterprise applications.

| Name* | Listen address | Listen port | SSL listen port | SSL enabled |
_|_______|________________|_____________|_________________|_____________|
1->| MS1 | localhost | 7003 | N/A | false |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Add
2 – Modify
3 – Delete
4 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Clusters:
——————-

Add or delete configuration information for clusters. A cluster contains multiple WebLogic Server instances that run simultaneously and work together to
provide increased scalability and reliability. A cluster appears to be a single WebLogic Server instance to clients.

| Name* | Multicast address | Multicast port | Cluster address |
_|_______|___________________|________________|_________________|

Enter name for a new Cluster OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> C1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Clusters:
——————-

Add or delete configuration information for clusters. A cluster contains multiple WebLogic Server instances that run simultaneously and work together to
provide increased scalability and reliability. A cluster appears to be a single WebLogic Server instance to clients.

| Name* | Multicast address | Multicast port | Cluster address |
_|_______|___________________|________________|_________________|
1->| C1 | 239.192.0.0 | 7001 | |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Multicast address”
3 – Modify “Multicast port”
4 – Modify “Cluster address”
5 – Done

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 5

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Clusters:
——————-

Add or delete configuration information for clusters. A cluster contains multiple WebLogic Server instances that run simultaneously and work together to
provide increased scalability and reliability. A cluster appears to be a single WebLogic Server instance to clients.

| Name* | Multicast address | Multicast port | Cluster address |
_|_______|___________________|________________|_________________|
1->| C1 | 239.192.0.0 | 7001 | |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Add Cluster
2 – Modify Cluster
3 – Delete Cluster
4 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Clusters:
—————————

Assign Managed Servers to a cluster in the domain.

Cluster
|_____C1 [1]

Enter number exactly as it appears in brackets to toggle selection OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Clusters:
—————————

Assign Managed Servers to a cluster in the domain.

*Select WebLogic Servers and assign them to a cluster. C1

1|MS1

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Select
2 – Select All

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Discard][Accept]> 1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Clusters:
—————————

Assign Managed Servers to a cluster in the domain.

*Select WebLogic Servers and assign them to a cluster. C1

1|MS1

Select( Enter index numbers and/or index ranges separated by commas. For example, 1, 4-5 ) OR [Exit][Discard][Accept]> Accept

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Clusters:
—————————

Assign Managed Servers to a cluster in the domain.

Cluster
|_____C1 [1]

Enter number exactly as it appears in brackets to toggle selection OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Machines:
——————-

Add or delete machines. A machine hosts one or more WebLogic Server instances. The Admin Server and Node Manager use this machine definition to start
remote servers.

| Name* | Node manager listen address | Node manager listen port |
_|_______|_____________________________|__________________________|

Enter name for a new Machine OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Unix Machines:
————————

Add or delete machines. A machine hosts one or more WebLogic Server instances. The Admin Server and Node Manager use this machine definition to start
remote servers.

| Name |
_|______|

Enter name for a new Unix Machine OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> M1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Unix Machines:
————————

Add or delete machines. A machine hosts one or more WebLogic Server instances. The Admin Server and Node Manager use this machine definition to start
remote servers.

| Name | Value |
_|______________________________|___________|
1| *Name: | M1 |
2| Post bind GID enabled: | false |
3| Post bind GID: | nobody |
4| Post bind UID enabled: | false |
5| Post bind UID: | nobody |
6| Node manager listen address: | localhost |
7| Node manager listen port: | 5556 |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Modify “Post bind GID enabled”
3 – Modify “Post bind GID”
4 – Modify “Post bind UID enabled”
5 – Modify “Post bind UID”
6 – Modify “Node manager listen address”
7 – Modify “Node manager listen port”

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Reset][Accept]> Accept

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Configure Unix Machines:
————————

Add or delete machines. A machine hosts one or more WebLogic Server instances. The Admin Server and Node Manager use this machine definition to start
remote servers.

| Name |
_|______|
1->| M1 |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Add Unix Machine
2 – Modify Unix Machine
3 – Delete Unix Machine
4 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Machines:
—————————

Assign each WebLogic Server instance to the machine on which it runs.

Machine
|_____Unix Machine
|_____M1 [1.1]

Enter number exactly as it appears in brackets to toggle selection OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> 1.1

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Machines:
—————————

Assign each WebLogic Server instance to the machine on which it runs.

*Select WebLogic Servers and assign them to a machine. M1

1|AdminServer
2|MS1

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Select
2 – Select All

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Discard][Accept]> 2

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Machines:
—————————

Assign each WebLogic Server instance to the machine on which it runs.

*Select WebLogic Servers and assign them to a machine. M1

->1|AdminServer
->2|MS1

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Unselect
2 – Unselect All
3 – Reset

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Discard][Accept]> Accept

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Assign Servers to Machines:
—————————

Assign each WebLogic Server instance to the machine on which it runs.

Machine
|_____Unix Machine
|_____M1 [1.1]
|_____AdminServer
|_____MS1

Enter number exactly as it appears in brackets to toggle selection OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Select the target domain directory for this domain:
—————————————————

“Target Location” = [Enter new value or use default “/users/apps/ebsi/fkmd/bea103/user_projects/domains”]

Enter new Target Location OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Edit Domain Information:
————————

| Name | Value |
_|________|_____________|
1| *Name: | base_domain |

Enter value for “Name” OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> test_domain

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Edit Domain Information:
————————

| Name | Value |
_|________|_____________|
1| *Name: | test_domain |

Use above value or select another option:
1 – Modify “Name”
2 – Discard Changes

Enter option number to select OR [Exit][Previous][Next]> Next

<——- Oracle WebLogic Configuration Wizard ——->

Creating Domain…

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**** Domain Created Successfully! ****