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Configuring And Managing WebLogic Clusters Of Coherence Cluster In The 12.2.1.x.x FMW Domains (Doc ID 2582540.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 15, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version and later
Oracle WebLogic Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Learn how to define Coherence clusters in a WebLogic Server domain and how to associate a Coherence cluster with multiple WebLogic Server clusters.


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In this Document
 Overview of Coherence Clusters
 Setting Up a Coherence Cluster
 Define a Coherence Cluster Resource
 Create Standalone Managed Coherence Servers
 Creating Coherence Deployment Tiers
 Configuring and Managing a Coherence Data Tier
 Create a Coherence Data Tier
 Create Managed Coherence Servers for a Data Tier
 Configuring and Managing a Coherence Application Tier
 Create a Coherence Application Tier
 Create Managed Coherence Servers for an Application Tier
 Configuring and Managing a Coherence Proxy Tier
 Create a Coherence Proxy Tier
 Create Managed Coherence Servers for a Proxy Tier
 Configure Coherence Proxy Services
 Using a Name Service
 Using an Address Provider
 Configuring a Coherence Cluster
 Adding and Removing Coherence Cluster Members
 Setting Advanced Cluster Configuration Options
 Configure Cluster Communication
 Changing the Coherence Cluster Mode
 Changing the Coherence Cluster Transport Protocol
 Overriding a Cache Configuration File
 Configuring Coherence Logging
 Configuring Cache Persistence
 Configuring Cache Federation
 Configuring Managed Coherence Servers
 Configure Coherence Cluster Member Storage Settings
 Configure Coherence Cluster Member Unicast Settings
 Removing a Coherence Management Proxy
 Configure Coherence Cluster Member Identity Settings
 Configure Coherence Cluster Member Logging Levels

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