Primary Note on Oracle WebLogic Server Debugging Capabilities And Resulting Output
(Doc ID 1299766.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 30, 2022
Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 10.3 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This primary note provides links to notes on debugging options and to notes on interpretation of some debug logging messages.
Troubleshooting with Debug Flags
Debugging WebLogic Server (WLS) Java Messaging Service (JMS) This document explains the output resulting from the use of simple JMS debugging. See <Note 961545.1> for details.
Debugging WebLogic Server (WLS) JMS Messaging Bridge This document describes debugging flags for troubleshooting JMS Messaging Bridge related issues. See <Note 1303870.1> for details.
How to Enable Oracle JDBC Driver Debug in WLS This document explains how to download, install and use the Oracle JDBC Driver debug jar. See <Note 1272546.1> for details.
WLS JDBC Queries Debugging This document explains how to debug the WebLogic JDBC Datasources to view the SQL statements executed by WLS. See <Note 1061572.1> for details.
JSessionID usage for Session Replication in terms of Info and Debug This document explains what JSessionID is, its use and how to debug session replication. See <Note 1166159.1> for details.
How To Debug an Application Deployed In WebLogic Server using the Eclipse IDE? This document explains how to enable debugging on WLS to use the Eclipse debugger. See <Note 1075664.1> for details.
How to Debug Intra-Cluster Communication Problems in WebLogic Server (WLS) This document describes some RJVM debug flags and how to interpret debug traces. See <Note 1300174.1> for details.
How to Debug Weblogic Server (WLS) Deployment Problems This document describes some useful application deployment debug flags and how to interpret debug traces. See <Note 1301257.1> for details.
How to Debug Weblogic Server (WLS) Application Container Problems This document describes some debug flags useful to narrow down issues at the container level. See <Note 1301750.1> for details.
Interpreting Debug Messages
Debug statements with SocketResetExceptions occurring at regular intervals in logs This document explains what to do when weblogic.utils.net.SocketResetExceptions show up in the server log file. See <Note 1076143.1> for details.
Enabling the Debug Option for JNDI results in many additional entries in Server Log related to weblogic.kernel.default This document explains how to interpret diagnostic messages related to JNDIResolution. See <Note 1075104.1> for details.
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