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How to view WebLogic logs from admin console
The WebLogic console provides a way to view the WebLogic logs inside the console itself. Sometimes, the user doesn’t have the direct server access (Linux); He might have access to Weblogic console or he can get a read-only access to WebLogic console from WebLogic administrator; After that, the user can see the logs to troubleshoot the deployment or any server issue.
There is a way to see and download the WebLoigc server files including the log files through the browser. It’s called WebLogic directory listing , click on the link for the full instruction.
Follow the below steps to enable and see the WebLogic logs:
1. Login into WebLogic console; The default URL is http://localhost:7001/console
2. Click on the Diagnostics >> Click on the Context as shown below
3. Enable the server you want to see the log files and click on the button Enable as shown below
Note: if the WebLogic is configured on Production mode, then click the button Lock and Delete before doing the changes and click on Activate Changes for activate those changes.
4. Restart the Admin and other servers
5. Login back to WebLogic Admin console, Click on the Log Files under Diagnostic
6. Select the server you want to view the logs, let’s say Server logs Click the button View
7. The log messages will get displayed. It displays all the logging level information like INFO, DEBUG, WARNING, NOTICE, and ERROR
Click here to see the WebLogic log files in the browser.
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