Last updated on MAY 03, 2017
Applies to:Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 10.3.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Customer built an OSB domain using a template. Changed all the port numbers since the new domain is built on the same hardware. The source domain managed server's port# is 8011 and new domain's port number was changed to 8015. This new domain has been running fine without any issues for almost a year.
A simple Java POC was deployed to this new environment and the URL validated. Surprisingly it the source domain port# 8011 instead of 8015.
After that WSDL on all applications running on new domain showed the same incorrect entry.
<port name="insertRecordPort" binding="tns:insertRecordPortBinding"><soap:address location="http://<hostname>:8011/javaApplications-testLoadBalancer-context-root/insertRecordPort"/></port>
But the application is running successfully. Somewhere within the new instance, it contains the 8011 as a hard-coded value.
How to find the location where this is hard coded to correct this error?
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