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How can I undeploy a WAR file from Weblogic 8.1

Posted on 2008-10-31
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I just deployewd a WAR file to the Weblogic 8.1 server. Now I want to undeploy it or delete it. How can I do that?

Besides, as I deploy another WAR to the server, it failed. I want to look in the log file. But can't find where it is. Where can I find the log file?
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1. You can either login to the weblogic console and delete the deployed application

http://localhost:7001/console (weblogic/weblogic is default username and password. Most of them give it. Depends on the installation you did).

2. Or , you can look for config.xml in the <domain directory>/config/config.xml and then look for that specific application you deployed in <app-deployment>. Delete that entry alone and restart the server.
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