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How To Delete JMS Messages from a Queue with the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)

By | October 5th, 2011|WebLogic Server, WLST|

This document describes WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) commands to delete messages from a JMS message queue. Sometime, you may need to delete all the messages from JMS queues. However, using the Queues > Monitoring tab in the console, you might encounter an out of memory condition. This can happen because the console tries to load [...]

How to Access PendingRestartSystemResources in ServerRuntime View via WLST

By | October 4th, 2011|WebLogic Server, WLST|

When a WLST script is using an attribute “PendingRestartSystemResources” on the ServerRuntime to determine what need to restart automatically (i.e. what shows under the Changes and Restarts Checklist tab), it's observed through WLST that the attribute is either not exposed with 10.3.1 or moved somewhere else. In what circumstances is the “PendingRestartSystemResources” attribute accessible?  How [...]

Creating users,Groups using WLST in Weblogic

By | January 19th, 2011|WebLogic Server, WLST|

Here we will see how to create users, groups & adding members to groups using Weblogic Scripting Tool. ******************************************************************************************** from java.util import * from javax.management import * import javax.management.Attribute print 'Starting the script .... ' connect("system","password","t3://localhost:4001") print 'Getting security configuration' atnr=cmo.getSecurityConfiguration().getDefaultRealm().lookupAuthenticationProvider("DefaultAuthenticator") edit() startEdit(-1,-1,'false') print 'Creating users' atnr.createUser('mac','weblogic','a manager') atnr.createUser('henry','weblogic','a manager') atnr.createUser('tam','weblogic','an employee') atnr.createUser('jorge','weblogic','an employee') print [...]

WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)

By | December 28th, 2010|WebLogic Server, WLST|

Introduction: The WLST is a command-line scripting interface, which can be used to configure and manage changes to WebLogic Server domains in a much simpler way by using scripts. Though there are several ways to create, configure, and manage domains, the scripting mode of WLST allows us to automate the tasks by using scripts. Features: [...]

creating SNMP Trap Destination using WLST

By | December 22nd, 2010|WebLogic Server, WLST|

Here we are going to  create SNMP Trap Destinations for domain " Testdomain" ____________________________________________________________________________   from java.util import * from javax.management import * import javax.management.Attribute print 'Starting the script .... ' connect('system','weblogic','t3://localhost:7001') print 'Changing to edit mode...'   # Check if Diagnostic Module already exists try: cd('SNMPTrapDestinations/TestdomainSNMPTrapDestination') print 'The TestdomainSNMPTrapDestination Trap Destination already exists.' exit() [...]

Creating Cluster and adding Servers to Cluster using WLST

By | December 22nd, 2010|WebLogic Server, WLST|

Hi All, Below is a simple WLST Script which allows us to test a cluster existing or not, creates the cluster and adds the specified managed servers to the created cluster. We need to edit the file according to our environment and execute the script. --------------------------------Start----------------------------------------------- connect('weblogic','weblogic', 't3://localhost:7001') try: print 'Checking for the existence of [...]