E1: GRID: How to Verify and Change the MaxRequestParameterCount Setting on Weblogic for issues with Copy and Paste or Import
(Doc ID 1995534.1)
Last updated on JULY 13, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Note: The content in this document is not supported by JDE, it is simply provided as an example of how to make the change. If you need further assistance with making this change, create an SR with the Weblogic team providing step by step instruction you took, use subject such as "How to change MaxRequestParameterCount" or "Getting Error changing MaxRequestParameterCount" and DO NOT reference this document.
The purpose of this solution is to help find the correct instance to work with on the weblogic server as discussed in <Document 1612892.1> E1: GRID: Copy And Paste or Import into Grid Does Not Process or Gives HTTP 500 Error or Exceeding Maximum Parameters with Weblogic or Websphere. As stated, the default setting (10,000) is set too small because it is referring to only fetches for the data, not to rows. We have recommended customers increase the value to five hundred thousand based on how much content can be uploaded through the Z applications. This parameter is recommended and NOT using unlimited (-1) as unlimited would bypass the security mechanism entirely.
The name of the jas instance is not necessarily the same as the weblogic instance. In addition some useful information on how to verify and change MaxRequestParameterCount using wlst.
Do not Change MaxRequestParameterCount setting via the Weblogic console, it needs to be set at the Instance level using wlst.
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In this Document
|How to determine the Weblogic instance name|
|How to verify the instance exist in the Weblogic server|
|How to check the current value for MaxRequestParameterCount on WebLogic|
|How to change MaxRequestParameterCount on WebLogic|