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Configure Domain Partition Resource Groups

To configure a domain partition resource group:

  1. If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
  2. In the left pane of the Console, select Domain Partitions.

    The Domain Partitions table displays all of the partitions defined in the domain.

  3. Select the domain partition you want to configure.
  4. Select the Domain Partition Configuration -> Resource Groups page.
  5. In the Resource Groups table, select the resource group you want to configure.
  6. Select the General page and update as necessary:
    1. Name - The name you chose for the resource group when you created it. You cannot change this name.
    2. Resource Group Template - Optional. A named, domain-level collection of deployable resources intended to be used as a pattern by (usually) multiple resource groups. Each resource group that refers to a given template will have its own runtime copies of the resources defined in the template.
    3. Targets - If you accepted the default resource group when you created the partition, the resource group uses the default target. If you do not want to use the default target, uncheck the Use Default Target checkbox and move one or more virtual targets from the Available list to the Chosen list.
  7. Select the Deployments page and override applications deployed to this resource group as necessary. When you deploy an application you can choose to deploy it to a resource group at the partition level. See Deploying Applications to Resource Groupsfor information on deploying applications to resource groups at the partition level.
  8. Select the Services page and update the services as necessary. You can update the following services:
    • JDBC
    • JMS
    • Bridges
    • Mail
    • Concurrent Utilities
    • Persistent Stores
    • Path Services
    • Foreign JNDI Providers
    • WLDF
    • SAF Agents
    • OSGi Frameworks
    See Configuring Resource Groups for more information.
  9. Click Save.
  10. 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).

After you finish

You perform most of the configuration required for a partition when you configure the resource group or resource group overrides. The tasks include configuring JDBC system data sources, JMS servers and resources, and foreign JNDI providers, and so forth.

If you did not create the resource group from a resource group template, edit the resource group as needed. See Configuring Resource Groups for additional information.

If you did create the resource group from a resource group template, see Configuring Resource Overrides for additional information.

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