How to view WebLogic logs from admin console

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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: 

Steps

 

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

 

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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.

 

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4. Restart the Admin and other servers

 

5. Login back to WebLogic Admin console, Click on the Log Files under Diagnostic

 

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6. Select the server you want to view the logs, let’s say Server logs Click the button View

 

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7. The log messages will get displayed. It displays all the logging level information like INFO, DEBUG, WARNING, NOTICE, and ERROR

 

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Click here to see the WebLogic log files in the browser.

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By | 2017-06-06T22:22:41+00:00 June 9th, 2016|Categories: WebLogic|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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