Checking if WebLogic Server started

Posted on 2003-03-17
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Last Modified: 2013-12-10

I have a script that I use to start WebLogic Server 6.1 on a windows platform which runs fine however I am not able to tell when the server has completly started.

Do you know how I can tell via a script (SQL, Perl, Cmd etc.) when the weblogic server is up (or failed to start).  I also want to do the same thing for shutting it down.

Thanks in advance for you help.

Question by:Railton
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when weblogic stratupo is complete u get a <Info> <Management> message which says Weblogic started on XXXX port

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findsandeep earned 200 total points
ID: 8378504
This can be done using weblogic admin commands. and grabbing the result and doing a pattern match. I did like that in my last project using shell script and awk command.

do a "java weblogic.admin PING " with all parameters and analyze return of this using awk command and find out if server is running.

If you need further help let me know.

Sandeep Kumar

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