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    adding Weblogic Admin Server as a window service

    has anyone had any success adding weblogic as a windows service. documentation is written for weblogic 10.3.x. created new CreateWLSSvc.cmd and modified installsvc.cmd. when running CreateWLSSvc from command prompt, get error message:

    Files\java\jdk1.7.0_51"\jre\bin;C:\Program was not expected at this time.

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    Re: adding Weblogic Admin Server as a window service

    Here it goes. replace X:\<WLS_HOME> with your weblogic home.

    1) Navigate to X:\<WLS_HOME>\user_projects\domains\<DOMA IN>\servers\AdminServer and create a folder called security

    2) Inside the folder create a file called and include your weblogic username and secure password

    3) On X:\<WLS_HOME>\wlserver\server\bin, create a new file called InstallAdminServerSvc.cmd and add the following items to it, adjusting the paths accordingly

    echo off
    set USERDOMAIN_HOME=X:\<WLS_HOME>\user_projects\ domains\<YOUR DOMAIN NAME HERE>
    set SERVER_NAME=AdminServer
    set PRODUCTION_MODE=true
    call %USERDOMAIN_HOME%\bin\setDomainEnv.cmd
    call "X:\<WLS_HOME>\wlserver\server\bin\installSv c.cmd"

    4) Make sure the Admin Server is down

    5) Run InstallAdminServerSvc.cmd as administrator

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    Hi all,

    I did upgrading Weblogic 12.1.2 To 12.1.3.
    And did reconfiguration also.

    Reference -->

    But after WebLogic upgrade, windows services for the domain

    instances are not starting,

    Can you help me please and resolve the above issue.

    Thanks in advance!

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    set USERDOMAIN_HOME=E:\WebLogicSvr\user_projects\domai ns\XXX
    set PRODUCTION_MODE=true
    set ADMIN_URL=http://XXXXXX:7001
    set JAVA_VENDOR=Oracle
    set JAVA_HOME=E:\Java\JDK
    set JAVA_OPTIONS=-XX:MaxPermSize=350m -Xms32m -Xmx1024m .ServiceFactoryImpl
    call "E:\WebLogicSvr\user_projects\domains\XXX\bin\setD omainEnv.cmd"
    call "E:\WeblogicSvr12_1_3\wlserver\server\bin\installS vc.cmd"

    Above is instance creating .cmd file.

    call "E:\WebLogicSvr\user_projects\domains\XXX\bin\setD omainEnv.cmd"
    call "E:\WeblogicSvr12_1_3\wlserver\server\bin\installS vc.cmd"

    First call is using weblogic 12.1.2 (old)
    Second call is using weblogic 12.1.3 (new)
    **can you justify these calls?


  5. #5
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    It seems you are trying to create a Windows service to start up your JDV instance, rather than the AdminServer service that was the original subject of this thread.

    Is that what you are trying to do? If so, then I find that it's easier to write a WebLogic script to start up an instance (or instances), put that in a batch file, and make a service out of that. It does depend on having NodeManager and AdminServer up and running first though.
    Ken Wong
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