This class creates the standard startup files for your weblogic installation. You can use it:

include wls_install::support::files

If you need to override the defaults which does not match with your environment and call the class wls_config::support::files with the necessary parameters:

use:


class{'wls_install::support::files':
    os_oracle_home      => "/opt/oracle",
    ora_inventory       => "/opt/oracle/oraInventory",
    os_domain_type      => "soa", # soa|admin|web|oim
    os_log_folder       => "/data/logs",
    os_download_folder  => "/data/install",
    os_mdw_home         => "/opt/oracle/wls/Middleware11gR1",
    os_wl_home          => "/opt/oracle/wls/Middleware11gR1/wlserver_10.3",
    ora_user            => "oracle",
    ora_group           => "dba",
    os_domain           => "osbSoaDomain",
    os_domain_path      => "/opt/oracle/wls/Middleware11gR1/user_projects/domains/osbSoaDomain",
    node_mgr_path       => "/opt/oracle/wls/Middleware11gR1/wlserver_10.3/server/bin",
    node_mgr_port       => 5556,
    node_mgr_address    => 'localhost',
    wls_user            => "weblogic",
    wls_password        => "weblogic1",
    wls_adminserver     => "AdminServer",
    jsse_enabled        => false,
}

It will add WebLogic the next set of scripts to /opt/scripts/wls

cleanOracleEnvironment.sh Remove all Oracle WebLogic existence so you can deploy again Actions

  1. Remove domain pack files, ${osDownloadFolder}/domain_.
  2. Remove mdwhome, $osOracleHome
  3. Remove beahome list of user $oraUser
  4. Remove /etc/oraInst.loc
  5. Remove ${osDownloadFolder}/osb
  6. Remove ${osDownloadFolder}/soa 7 Remove ${osDownloadFolder}/*.xml

showStatus.sh

  1. Shows if the AdminServer, Soa and OSB server is running plus the PIDs
  2. Shows if the NodeManager is running plus the PID

startNodeManager.sh Starts the nodemanager

stopNodeManager.sh Stops the nodemanager

startWeblogicAdmin.sh

  1. Checks first if the nodemanager is running
  2. Check if the AdminServer is already started
  3. Start the WebLogic Adminserver from the nodemanager

stopWeblogicAdmin.sh

  1. Checks first if the nodemanager is running
  2. Check if the AdminServer is running
  3. Stops the WebLogic Adminserver from the nodemanager