This tutorial covers creating Managed Servers by using the Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.2) administration console.

Prerequisites
Before starting this tutorial, you should have completed following
Step by Step Installing Oracle WebLogic Server 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6
Step by Step Creating Domain Oracle WebLogic Server 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6
Step by Step Creating Machines Oracle WebLogic Server 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6

Step 1: To create Managed Server in the domain by using the administration console, perform the following steps:
If the administration server of the domain is not already running, it needs to be started. To start it, in a Terminal window enter the command:

nohup $DOMAIN_HOME/bin/startWebLogic.sh > $DOMAIN_HOME/bin/start_AdminServer.log &

Step 2: After the administration server is up and running, access the WebLogic Server administration console. Open a web browser and enter the URL:
http://hostname:port/console
In this tutorial, that is: http://lab.home.network:7001/console
Note: Use the host name of your host. Also, if you used a different port number for the administration server, use that port instead.
On the Welcome screen, log in using the Username and Password entered to start the administration server.
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Step 3: Creating Managed Server is a change to the domain’s configuration, so it must first be locked. In the Change Center of the administration console, click the Lock & Edit button.
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Step 4: Under Domain Structure, expand Environment (by clicking the + sign next to it). Then click Servers.
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Step 5: Click the New button from the Servers table
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Step 6: Under Create a New Server, enter the Server Name of MS1. Enter the Server Listen Address as lab.home.network. Enter the Server Listen Port of 7003. Select No, this is a stand-alone server.
Then click Finish.
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Step 7: The message Server created successfully. is displayed.
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Step 8: To complete the changes, go back to the Change Center. Click the Activate Changes button.
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Step 9: The message All changes have been activated. No restarts are necessary. is displayed.
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Step 10: Under Domain Structure, expand Environment (by clicking the + sign next to it). Then click Machines.
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Step 10: On the right, notice that the Summary of Machines section appears. In the Machines table click on Machine-0 which we have created in earlier tutorial.
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Step 11: Under configuration click on Servers tab
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Step 12: Assigning a server to a machine is a change to the domain’s configuration, so it must first be locked. In the Change Center of the administration console, click the Lock & Edit button.
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Step 13: Click the Add button from the Servers table
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Step 14: Choose Select an existing server, and associate it with this machine and from the drop down select MS1 and click on Finish button
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Step 15: The message Server created successfully. is displayed.
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Step 16: To complete the changes, go back to the Change Center. Click the Activate Changes button.
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Step 17: The message All changes have been activated. No restarts are necessary. is displayed.
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Step 18: Now you can start the managed server MS1 through the console via NodeManager. To do the same under Domain Structure, your Domain Name clicked on Servers option. Then click on Control tab. Select MS1 and click on Start button
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Step by Step Creating and Configuring Managed Server Oracle WebLogic Server 12c on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6

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  • February 22, 2016 at 12:59 am
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    My prloebm was a wall until I read this, then I smashed it.

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