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JDeveloper 11g integrated WebLogic parameters

by Marcel Maas on October 21, 2010 · 3 comments

So, you’re working with JDeveloper 11g and it’s integrated WebLogic server. Then this post might just contain a nice tip for you.

Recently I have been working with JDeveloper to create some ADF 11g web applications. For these applications to work I needed to add and modify some startup parameters for the integrated server. Most of the time it’s enough to modify the “run/debug” settings by right-clicking the relevant project and choosing “Project properties -> Run/Debug/Profile -> Edit” and then add the desired parameters in the “Java options” field. Now when you choose to run your project you will find the server and project are started using these settings.

However sometimes you have already started the serverĀ  with “Run -> Start server instance”. In these occasions you will find that when you run your project it will not use these paramaters. This might lead to some awkward situations for you. So how do we avoid these situations?

Choose “Application” from the menubar, then click “Application Properties -> Run -> Application Server Properties”. In the following screen you can change various aspects of the integrated server like the authentication and default port for example. Also you can add your startup parameters here. In contrary to what you might expect these settings apply to every application you run on it. Not just the one which is opened just now.

You will now find that it doesn’t matter how you start your server. The startup parameters will always be right.

Until next time!

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MHADHBI Ammar December 7, 2011 at 10:36 am

Good Morning,
I’m developer from tunisia and I try to migrate an application from Jdeveloper 11.1.1 to Jdeveloper 11.1.2 with IntegratedWebLogic.
Thank you for Help.


MHADHBI Ammar December 7, 2011 at 10:37 am

But I can’t run it .
Please How can I do?


A2Z April 20, 2012 at 5:27 pm

That is not 100% true. I have a JDev application with multiple projects. I have put the server’s parameters as you mentioned above. However, whenever I do Run->Start Server Instance, it does not start with the parameters I specified for the server. Instead, it starts with the parameters specified in the currently selected project. Is there a way to force the server to always use it’s own parameters no matter what the currently selected project is? Thanks.


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