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Working With the WebLogic Server Administration Console

The WebLogic Server Administration Console is the main utility that is used to administer and monitor the WebLogic server processes.

Note: For the sake of brevity, in this document the WebLogic Server Administration Console will be referred to as the Administration Console.

The Administration Console provides an interface to monitor and configure aspects of a PeopleSoft application from a web server perspective.

Access the Administration Console by pointing your browser to:

http://<server>:<port>/console

For example,

http://server08.us.oracle.com:80/console

Where the port is the port on which your PeopleSoft Internet Architecture domain is listening.

If it is a multi server installation the Administration Console from the Admin Server is always running on port 9999. For accessing the Administration Console in a multi server installation, the URL is:

http://<server>:9999/console

Before the Administration Console opens, you will be prompted for the WebLogic administration ID and password that you specified during the PeopleSoft Internet Architecture installation.

Image: Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console

The Domain Structure section enables you to navigate to a variety of interfaces related to the elements of your PeopleSoft domain.

Note: Before making any configuration modifications or performing any administrative operations, such as stopping the server, always click Lock & Edit first.