After you have installed
an EJB as a JAR archive or exploded directory , it is displayed in the
Administration Console Deployments table, where you can access and
To configure an EJB:
If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
In the left
pane of the Administration Console, select
Deployments. A table that lists the deployments
currently installed on WebLogic Server appears in the right pane. The
Type column specifies whether a deployment is an Enterprise
application, a Web application, or an EJB.
In Deployments table in the right pane, click the name of
the EJB you want to configure.
Select the Overview tab to view general configuration
information about the EJB, such as its name, path to the source of the
application, and deployment plan. You can also edit some of the
information on this page, such as deployment order. Click Save
to save any changes.
Select the Deployment Plan tab to view and change tuning
parameters and resource dependencies for the EJB. Click Save to
save any changes.
Select the Configuration > Application tab to view and
change session information. Click Save to save the
Select the Configuration > Workload tab to configure a
work manager that will manage the work requests. Click Save to
save the configuration changes.
Note: You must create a work manager before you can
associate it to the EJB.
Select the Security > Roles tab to view and change
security role information. Click Save to save any
Select the Security > Policies tab to view and change
security policy information. Click Save to save any
Select the Targets tab to view and change the servers and
clusters to which the EJB is deployed. Click Save to save any
Select the Control > Start/Stop tab to stop and start
Select the Control > Initialize Caches tab to manually
clear the caches and pools of the idle beans in application-level
caches, to suspend or resume MDBs, and to activate timer objects if
these settings apply to your EJB.
Select the Testing tab to use a test point, if one has
been defined for your EJB, to verify that the EJB has been
Select the Monitoring tab to display statistics for the
work managers, constraints, and request classes that have been
configured for your EJB.
Select the Notes tab to view and enter optional notes
about your EJB. Click Save to save any changes.
To activate these changes, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Activate Changes. Not all changes take effect immediately—some require a restart (see Use the Change Center).