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Can you tell me how to login to Weblogic Console in IFS10?

  • 30 June 2020
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In IFS9, we were able to log in to weblogic console using the following URL.

<http://host_name:7001/console>

 

However, the page of weblogic console is not displayed even if the following URL is accessed with IFS10.

<http://host_name:7001/console>

<https://host_name:7001/console>

 

Can you tell me how to login to Weblogic Console in IFS10?


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We use different ports and you can connect with a little trick. However, I’m still thinking whether this should expose in this forum because as far as I know we don’t have license to use “WebLogic Server Administration Console” within the license mode we have with Oracle / WebLogic. Only IFS employees can use it to trouble shoot a critical issue but not for general use. If anyone else use the WebLogic Admin Console for any other purpose then it will violate the license. Not sure this has changed now but this was the agreement before.

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We use different ports and you can connect with a little trick. However, I’m still thinking whether this should expose in this forum because as far as I know we don’t have license to use “WebLogic Server Administration Console” within the license mode we have. Only IFS employees can use it to trouble shoot a critical issue but not for general use. If anyone else use the WebLogic Admin Console for any other purpose then it will violate the license. Not sure this has changed now but this was the agreement before.

 

Thank you for your comment.

I also know that you should not use “Weblogic Server Administration Console” under license.

 

The reason for asking this question is to support G2166331.

IFS9, we were able to grasp “Default Loadbalance Algorithm “ by logging in from the following URL.

<http://host_name:7001/console> 

I wated to know about it on IFS10 and wanted to access “Weblogic Server Administration Console”,

so I registered this topic.

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Hi @NECIWAKURA 

We access our console at this URL:

https://server.domain.com:61091/console/login/LoginForm.jsp

But your port might be configured differently. Did you get a configuration document from IFS when they first installed? That document contains the correct ports to use.

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Thank you for your comment.

 

I tried to login to the URL you tell me, but I couldn’t.

So I’m going to investigate our environment,

could you elaborate on “configuration document from IFS” in your answer?

 

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What about if we use proxy, for example https://mydomain.eu?

Oracle Weblogic Console and also IFS Admin Console is inaccessible even on https://mylocalhost:48080/admin.

 

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IFS provided us with a Word document called “GBM2110 IFSApps10_UPD2_IFSL 20181128 MEALUK (LIVE)” that included many pages of configuration data such as passwords, URLs, configured options etc.

Our IFS port is 61080 so there are no set values. Use a port scanning utility to scan the ports on your middleware server to see which are active. I assume you could also obtain the ports from config files but I don’t know where they would be. 

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