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  • Sachin Thapa 06:35 on November 27, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , ,   

    script to diagnose the current status and footprint of Concurrent Processing on an environment 

    SPOOL bde_chk_cbo.log;


    VAR v_cpu_count     VARCHAR2(10);
    VAR v_database      VARCHAR2(32);
    VAR v_host          VARCHAR2(64);
    VAR v_instance      VARCHAR2(32);
    VAR v_platform      VARCHAR2(80);
    VAR v_rdbms_release VARCHAR2(17);
    VAR v_rdbms_version VARCHAR2(17); (More …)

  • alamgir shaikh 22:10 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: java.security.AccessControlException, keyName=KeystorePassword, mapName=SOA, oracle.security.jps.service.credstore.CredentialAccessPermission context=SYSTEM, system-jazn-data   

    system-jazn-data.xml : Security issues 


    You are unable to deploy SOA composites due to permission problem.

    When a manged server was stopped you are no longer able to start it.
    The Admin console shows the server state as ‘FAILED_NOT_RESTARTABLE‘ and the following exception is seen in the server log:
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  • alamgir shaikh 21:36 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: opatch, step by step patching, weblogic patching   

    Step by step for patching Oracle Weblogic Server 

    • Download the patch using the patch or bug number you have been provided from My Oracle Suppport(https://support.oracle.com)
    • Log in to MyOracleSupport portal and click on the “Patches&Updates” tab. Enter the patch or bug number into the Search field and Search. Click on the related Patch Name and Download the file to your server.

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  • alamgir shaikh 21:28 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Decrypt weblogic password, encrypted password, Plain Text password   

    Decrypt the Password in Weblogic 

    • Below steps can be followed to Decrypt the Passwords in Weblogic.
    source $DOMAIN_HOME/bin/setDomainEnv.sh
    cd $DOMAIN_HOME/security  

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  • Sachin Thapa 08:56 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , migration, Oracle10g, windows server   

    Step by step migration of schemas from Windows server Oracle10g Database to Linux Oracle 11g Database 

    Migration of Data from One operating system to other is one of the common task going on in IT company and DBA’s job in the current trend specially when Oracle 11g release2 planned to use by many organization because of huge advantages.Here I’m describing the steps to do it.The best way to do any migration task will be prepare
    a plan in WORD document format and review and recheck with your Senior DBA members to know the best possible method and than going for the actual implementation.The actual
    implemented steps are described below: (More …)

  • Sachin Thapa 08:41 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: basic, commands,   

    Linux Basic Commands 

    Open-source Linux is a popular alternative to Microsoft Windows, and if you choose to use this low-cost or free operating system, you need to know some basic Linux commands to make your system smoothly.

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  • alamgir shaikh 14:11 on November 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: forgot password, weblogic password, weblogic reset   

    How to Reset Weblogic Server Administrator Password? 

    Sometimes there is a possibility that you forget Weblogic server administrator password or you are in the environment where nobody knows the password.

    In this post i will show the steps how to reset weblogic server administrator password

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  • alamgir shaikh 14:09 on November 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Weblogic best practises, weblogic tips, weblogic tricks   

    Weblogic Best Practices – Points to Remember 

    Below are very good tuning points to remember and we need to implement in production environments for better performance.

    • For higher performance , set the minimum java heap size equal to the maximum heap size

    For example :Mem_args= -Xms512m -Xmx512m in setDomainEnv.sh

    • Use JVMs, which provide better performance for server side applications.

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  • alamgir shaikh 14:05 on November 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: middleware version, , Weblogic version   

    How to find the version of weblogic and installed components? 

    Use one of the following methods to find Oracle WebLogic Server version

    1. From registry.xml in MW_HOME
    Go to Middleware Home under which WebLogic is installed and look for file registry.xml
    Open registry.xml and search for “component name=”WebLogic Server”” version=”″  (variable version next to this will tell you weblogic version)

    2.From WebLogic Admin Server logfile at $DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/admin/AdminServer.log and search for “WebLogic Server“. Output like below will tell you WebLogic Server version ( as per output below)

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  • alamgir shaikh 13:46 on November 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: scripting tool, , wlst   

    WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) Overview 

    The Oracle Weblogic Scripting Tool (WLST) is a scripting tool for monitoring, managing, and configuring Oracle WebLogic Server from the command line and then for instance enables you to programmatically administer application such as OBIEE 11g.

    WLST online is a Java Management Extensions (JMX) client. It interacts with a server’s in-memory collection of Managed Beans (MBeans), which are Java objects that provide a management interface for an underlying resource.

    WLST is based on Jython programming language with WebLogic WLST libraries.

    WLST – Getting Started (Hello World)

    WLST can be enabled for online and offline connection modes.

    WLST enable editing, executing, debugging, WebLogic MBean access and navigation, as well as a built-in help for WLST commands.

    You can extend the WebLogic scripting language by following the Jython language syntax.

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