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Configuring Managed Servers In Weblogic Server 10.3.4

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on May 18, 2011

In this article I will show you how to create and configure managed servers in Weblogic server 10.3.4. Assume that you already have Weblogic server installation and domain created and started.

Now there are three different ways that we can configure Managed servers in Weblogic server

  1. Domain Configuratin Wizard
  2. Administration Console
  3. Command Line ( WLST )

In addition to having an administration server, a domain may have zero or more managed servers. Managed servers are the ones which actually does the work in a domain. Managed servers host the applications. We use administration server for administration sort of work and use managed servers to host the application. We can also have the administration server hosting the applications if we don’t have any managed servers configured in a domain.

Each managed server stores a local copy of the domain configuration file. When the managed server starts, it connects to the administration server to synchronise the configuration. When the configuration changes the administration server sends the changed configuration to the managed servers.

I already showed you how to create a managed server in a domain using domain configuration wazard in my previous article “Domain creation and deletion in Weblogic Server”.

In this video I am showing you how to start weblogic server domain, access the administration console, create a managed server and how to modify the configurations of these managed servers.

Hope It Helps

SRI

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16 Responses to “Configuring Managed Servers In Weblogic Server 10.3.4”

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  2. vijay said

    Its very useful …Thanks

  3. Madhavi said

    Hi Krishna
    U have explained in a very easy way to understand about weblogic server.
    This was very helpful to me.
    Thank u so much

  4. srikanth said

    Hi
    U have explained in a very easy way to understand about weblogic server 11g.
    This was very helpful to me.
    Thank u so much
    please send any document are there in weblogic

  5. Very nice tutorial

  6. learnwithme11g said

    Thank you. 🙂

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  8. Kishore said

    Good Explanation. But I am not able to run that managed server after creating it. it saying
    “The server soa_server1 does not have a machine associated with it.
    Message icon – Warning All of the servers selected are currently in a state which is incompatible with this operation or are not associated with a running Node Manager or you are not authorized to perform the action requested. No action will be performed.”

    I tried giving machine name as localMachine, still having a problem. Now it saying
    “For server soa_server1, the Node Manager associated with machine LocalMachine is not reachable.
    Message icon – Warning All of the servers selected are currently in a state which is incompatible with this operation or are not associated with a running Node Manager or you are not authorized to perform the action requested. No action will be performed.”

  9. learnwithme11g said

    Hi Kishore,
    Do you have node manager configured? Please make sure node manager is started. Other alternative is you can start the managed server with backend command.

  10. gadige.ambadas said

    really nice ok i want interview questions and what are the matter discussed in initial time in the interview part pls send me appropiate information to me so i m expecting from you sir
    thanking you,
    G.Ambadas

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  12. Arvinder Singh said

    Nice and infomative.
    Thanks a lot!!!

  13. Suneel said

    Hi SriKrishna,

    I just found your videos and they are really helpful. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

    I just started looking into WebLogic/Fusion Middleware/IAM products. I have 2 servers (one for database “DBSERVER” & another for WebLogic/IAM “WEB-IAM-SERVER”). Fro the docs it is not very clear (or may be I could not understand) if I have to use a seperate machine (a new physical machine 3rd one) to install a Managed server OR I can still use the same server “WEB-IAM-SERVER” ?

    Thanks in Advance.
    Suneel

  14. Srikrishna Murthy Annam said

    Hi Suneel,
    If your infrastructure configuration is simple and small, you can create managed server on the same server where you have weblogic admin server installed. You can even have everything in one machine with proper directory structure and ports used.

    Thanks
    SRI

  15. vovanthuan said

    Hi,
    I use Weblogic Server 10.3.5.0 version. Please everyone help me configure cluster for three computer.
    Thank all.

  16. Govind said

    it is very useful thank u sir

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