WebLogic 10.3.2 Servers Are Not Reading boot.properties File Inside DOMAIN Directory [ID 1069324.1]
改进时间 07-JUL-二零一二 类型 PROBLEM 状态 PUBLISHED
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Oracle Weblogic Server - Version: 10.3.2 to 10.3.3
Oracle Weblogic Server - Version: 10.3.2 to 10.3.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document is application for WebLogic 11gR1 10.3.2
This document provides information about using boot.properties in WebLogic 11gR (10.3.2) or later.
Placing the boot.properties file under the domain file no longer allows starting the server without login.
In earlier versions (before 10.3.2) of WebLogic, one can put
boot.properties file with plain text of username/password under the
domain folder to avoid having to input username/password every time
during a server startup. And the original plain text would also be
encrypted after the startup.
This behavior is not seen by default from 10.3.2 due to design change. If you would like to put boot.properties file somewhere to startup weblogic server without prompting for username/password, there are two choices.
First, use -Dweblogic.system.BootIdentityFile option inside the WebLogic start script to set the location of the boot.properties file (The file name is customizable).
Second, if -Dweblogic.system.BootIdentityFile is not specified, by default the server instance during bootup process will look for boot.properties file inside DOMAIN_HOME/servers/X/security directory. ( X is the server name).
(这里metalink写成了DOMAIN_HOME/servers//security directory. ( is the server name).
For more details on how to use the parameter -Dweblogic.system.BootIdentityFile, please refer to Oracle Fusion Middleware Managing Server Startup and Shutdown for Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.1), Chapter 2: Starting and Stopping Servers, Section: "How a Server Uses a Boot Identity File at Startup" (click here).
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