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E1: WLS: Troubleshooting Issues with HTML Server Instance Configured on Weblogic Server (Doc ID 1300483.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
All Platforms

Purpose

This document provides solutions to various issues users encounter when working on the HTML Server instance also know as JAS instance configured on Weblogic Application Server.

For more information on Oracle Weblogic Server Installation and Configuration with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, review this Knowledge Article - <Document 1294574.1> - Frequently Asked Questions on Oracle WebLogic Server Installation and Configuration with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Scenario 1:  Solaris "Processor Sets" Bug Found with Weblogic Server Cluster
 Scenario 2:  Creating an HTML Server for WebLogic with a non-English Windows OS Causes an Exception Error
 Scenario 3:  WebLogic Server Unable to Find JDBC Driver When Starting as Windows Service
 Scenario 4:  Unable to View or Select JDK During Weblogic Server Installation
 Scenario 5:  Cannot Create HTML Server On Weblogic with Linux OS Language Setup
 Scenario 6:  Threads on JVM instance on Weblogic Server
 Scenario 7:  Blank Screen for any application after installing Weblogic 12c
 Scenario 8:  Weblogic Lock and Edit button causing Synchronization Configuration error in Server Manager
 Scenario 9: Files corruption causing Synchronization Configuration error in Server Manager
 Scenario 10: Unable to open any application when running HTML Server Instance as Windows Service
 Scenario 11: Weblogic Password visible in ps -ef | grep java command on AIX server
 Scenario 12: Weblogic 12c Does Not Recognize JDK
 Scenario 13: WebLogic Server locks Up
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