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Node Manager is a WebLogic Server utility that you can use to start, suspend, shut down, and restart servers in normal or unexpected conditions. Use this page to configure the startup settings that Node Manager will use to start this server on a remote machine.
The Java home directory (path on the machine running Node Manager) to use when starting this server.
Specify the parent directory of the JDK's
The BEA home directory (path on the machine running Node Manager) to use when starting this server.
Specify the directory on the Node Manager machine under which
all BEA products and licenses were installed. For example,
The directory that this server uses as its root directory. This
directory must be on the computer that hosts the Node Manager. If
you do not specify a Root Directory value, the default Node Manager
working directory is used (generally
The classpath (path on the machine running Node Manager) to use when starting this server.
At a minimum you will need to specify the following values for
the class path option:
The shell environment determines which character you use to separate path elements. On Windows, you typically use a semicolon (;). In a BASH shell, you typically use a colon (:).
The arguments to use when starting this server.
These are the first arguments appended immediately after
Separate arguments with a space.
|Security Policy File||
The security policy file (directory and filename on the machine running Node Manager) to use when starting this server.
The user name to use when booting this server.
The Administration Console inserts the user name that you supplied when you logged in to the console. The Domain Configuration Wizard inserts the user name that you defined when you created the domain.
The password of the username used to boot the server and perform server health monitoring.
As of 8.1 sp4, when you get the value of this attribute, WebLogic Server does the following:
When you set the value of this attribute, WebLogic Server does the following:
Using this attribute (
Instead of using this attribute, use