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Pascal Brand

Documentum story – User gets kicked out of D2 when navigating in D2Config

By | Entreprise content management | No Comments

On a customer site, one of the users complained about being kicked out each time he wanted to create new documents in D2. This issue is happening in a default deployment of D2 and D2Config in a WebLogic Domain.We found out that the user sessions for D2Config and D2 are conflicting together. This issue occurs if D2Config and D2 applications are opened in the same browser using different TABs and if the user is navigating…

 
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Pascal Brand

Documentum story – How to display correct client IP address in the log file when a WebLogic Domain is fronted by a load Balancer

By | Application integration & Middleware, Entreprise content management | No Comments

The Load Balancers do not provide the client IP address by default. The WebLogic HTTP log file (access_log) does not provide the client IP address but the Load Balancer one. This is sometimes a problem when diagnosing issues and the Single Sign On configuration does not provide the user name in the HTTP log either. In most of  the cases, the Load Balancer can provides an additional header named “X-Forwarded-For” but it needs to be…

 
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Philippe Schweitzer

Oracle Java Cloud event 1st Septembre in Geneva

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Tuesday, the 1st of September, we attended an Oracle’s Java Cloud Platform as a Service demonstration in Geneva. Presentation was organized by Arrow – Switzerland. Presentation aims to show us new opportunities of development in the Cloud, and we were invited to attend several live demonstrations of these new Oracle products. Java Cloud PaaS allows developers and managers to have a complete software factory platform that can follow full development lifecycle of an application. But,…

 
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Stephane Biehler

Weblogic Threadpool has stuck threads

By | Application integration & Middleware | 5 Comments

In Weblogic it is common to have this warning: ThreadPool has stuck threads. Here we will see a way to determine which can be the cause. When monitoring Weblogic you can notice that time to time your servers are going in Warning mode. And when clicking on warnings you see this screen: The reason is presented as “ThreadPool has stuck threads”. So it doesn’t help a lot. But we can have a deeper view and…

 
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Gérard Wisson

Day 2 at Oracle Open World – best practices for WebLogic & Cloud Control

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Today, in this post I will describe some Oracle WebLogic and Cloud Control best practices I have learned in the last sessions. It’s always good to see what is advised by other people that are confronted with other or the same challenges.   Managing Oracle WebLogic Server with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c One session was related to the best pratices for managing WebLogic with Cloud Control 12c. Use the administration functions: Now you can, with…

 
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Gérard Wisson

1st day at Oracle Open World ’14 : news on the upcoming Oracle WebLogic 12.2.1

By | Application integration & Middleware | No Comments

Landing on Sunday 28th, after a 13 hours’ trip my colleague Franck Pachot and I had just the time to do the registration, go to the hotel, and go back to the “Welcome Reception” where we could eat something. After a night where I could feel the jet lag we where ready to “participate” in this amazing event, the Oracle Open World 2014. The first session I attended was the keynote where new challenges were…

 
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Philippe Schweitzer

UKOUG Tech 2013 – Weblogic Java and Middleware 2

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During this last day I also decided to follow the Middleware stream. I have continued to learn about future Oracle product strategies. In the web tier layer, Oracle will continue to support I planet web server but without adding new added value features inside. They insisted on the fact that OHS (Oracle HTTP Server) is still, and will be the preferred Oracle product as a web server. OHS is derived from Apache the famous free/open…

 
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Philippe Schweitzer

UKOUG Tech 2013 – Weblogic Java and Middleware

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Today I attended the Middleware Weblogic stream. It was very interesting to learn a few things about the Oracle view and strategy around Java and Middle-tiers layer. On the perspective to continue to provide cloud management tools and products, Oracle wants achieve stronger integration between Weblogic and Databases, both in 12c versions about following features: Application availability with Transaction Gard Multitenant Database integration Database Connection Pool Global Data Services Oracle also made a introduction about…

 
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Philippe Schweitzer

UKOUG Tech 2013: dbi services won the Weblogic Hackathon contest!

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Today, we participated in two WebLogic presentations – and won the WebLogic Hackathon contest! But first, let’s talk about the sessions. The first session was a summarized overview of the Weblogic installation process. There are two manners to proceed. On the one hand, you can use a GUI based interface, and on the other, you can use the silent mode. At the end of the presentation, we installed a new Weblogic domain in a virtual…

 
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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle WebTier 12c release

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I was surprised to see that Oracle WebTier 12c release has been available from OTN since June 2013. It comes with big changes. I guess that marketing Oracle Database 12c encouraged the outcome of newer versions of Oracle Middleware products such as Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2, Oracle Coherence 12.1.2, and Oracle WebTier 12.1.2. Oracle WebTier 12.1.2 includes the following features: Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) Oracle WebLogic Web Server Plug-In In this blog posting, will concentrate…

 
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