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This section contains the procedures that you need to install and configure the WebLogic Server application.
Note - This procedure is based on the configuration that is described in Simple Configuration. If you are planning a different configuration, you must configure the WebLogic Server accordingly.
Note - For failover services, type the logical host name or its IP address when configuring the WebLogic Servers.
For multi-master configurations, ensure that you are listening on All Local Addresses when you configure the WebLogic Servers.
The START scripts should be able to run without any arguments.
Note - To perform a smooth shutdown of the WebLogic Server, the boot.properties file with a valid user name and password is required. You do not need to set the WLS_USER and WLS_PW variables for a smooth shutdown if the boot.properties file is available. This waiver applies only to WebLogic Server 8.1 or later versions.
Note - Starting with WebLogic Server version 10.3, the boot.properties file must reside in both the $DOMAIN_DIR and $DOMAIN_DIR/servers/server-name/security directories to bypass the need to prompt for user credentials when starting and stopping instances of WebLogic Server. If the $DOMAIN_DIR/servers/server-name/security directory does not exist or does not include a boot.properties file, create the directory and copy the boot.properties file from the $DOMAIN_DIR. For more information about the boot.properties file for WebLogic Server version 10.3, see http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E12840_01/wls/docs103/server_start/overview.html.
This script should be able to run without any arguments.
These environment variables include any additional CLASSPATH or LD_LIBRARY_PATH, etc. These scripts contain all necessary environmental variables such as CLASSPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Note - Starting with WebLogic Server version 10.3, the startWLS.sh script has been removed. Therefore, these environment settings must be made only in the setWLSEnv.sh script.
For more information, see http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E12840_01/wls/docs103/server_start/overview.html.
If you are using a database with WebLogic Server, install the database by using its installation documentation. If the database that you are using has a highly available agent on Oracle Solaris Cluster, install that version.
If you are using a web server with WebLogic Server, install the web server by using its installation documentation. If the web server that you are using has a highly available agent on Oracle Solaris Cluster, install that version.