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unable to run script in WLST

Posted on 2009-07-08
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when I run the commands individually I was able to do but when I enter all the commands in  file(.py extension) and run it I'm unable to do it.

Attached is the script file and the error file

This is the command I'm using to execute the script file

C:\>java weblogic.WLST createcluster.py


what could be the reason
can anybody help me


Thanks
createcluster.txt
error.txt
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Question by:NikhilKotagiri
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by:rajesh_bala
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It looks like you already have created a server called "Server-1" and then again trying to create it using WLST.


I would recommend you to check via weblogic console to ensure if you have "Server-1" already present or not.

1. If so, you can delete it and run this WLST.

Or

2. Rename "server-1" in your WLST and run it again to create new server
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found out the error already

thanks rajesh_bala
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np..welcome
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