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I have written a python script to connect with weblogic Admin server through WLST script. I have used storeUserConfig() funxtion in WLST to store username and password in a file. So I dont want to specify it when I run connect function. I am getting below error when I run my code. I have attached the code. The "wl" which I have imported is the file contains WLST functions imported as Jython module. If I specify command as connect('weblogic', 'weblogic', t3://localhost:7001) it works.
import wl
 

serverName = 't3://localhost:7001'
 

userconfig = '/usr/local/bea/bea-WebLogicConfig.properties'

userkey = '/usr/local/bea/bea-WebLogicKey.properties'
 

wl.connect(userConfigFile=userconfig, userKeyFile=userkey, serverName)

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Question by:Jayamurugan83
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by:ramrom
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The error is almost self-explanatory: you have a non-keyword argument (serverName) following a keyword argument (userKeyFile=userkey).

I don't know what wl.connect expects, but you can't do it that way!
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by:Jayamurugan83
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Ok. Then I tried with this command.

wl.connect(userConfigFile=userconfig, userKeyFile=userkey, t3://localhost:7001)

it doesnt work as well

wl is another python file which got all WLST functions imported as Jython module.
 
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girionis earned 500 total points
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What happens if you do this

wl.connect(userConfigFile=userconfig, userKeyFile=userkey, url=serverName)

or even

wl.connect(userConfigFile='/usr/local/bea/bea-WebLogicConfig.properties', userKeyFile='/usr/local/bea/bea-WebLogicKey.properties', url='t3://localhost:7001')
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by:Jayamurugan83
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Thank you so much. I used url=serverName and it works.
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Nice one, thanks for accepting :)
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