WebLogic Server Basic License Feature Usage Measurement Script
(Doc ID 885587.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2018
Applies to:Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 10.3.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document and included script is intended to help verify that Oracle WebLogic Server is being used in accordance with the WebLogic Server Basic license. The WebLogic Server Basic License Feature Usage Measurement script is provided so that you may download and run on your system.
This WLS Basic Feature Usage Measurement script connects to a WebLogic Server installation and generates a report that provides data about the usage or configuration of restricted WebLogic Server features defined by WebLogic Server Basic.
This document and script applies to WLS 11gR1 (10.3.x), WLS 12cR1 (12.1.x) and WLS 12cR2 (12.2.1.x) being used used with iAS SE, iAS EE, Forms and Reports, or BI SE licenses.
Not every license-restricted feature is audited by this script, so its coverage is not exhaustive. But it can simplify compliance verification of most restricted features. It is the end user's responsibility to ensure that the features available in WebLogic Server Basic are used in accordance with the terms of the license agreement.
None of the data gathered by this script is transmitted or reported anywhere, nor is its use mandatory. It is provided only as a convenience. When a restricted feature is detected, the script flags the possible license violation for the administrator to investigate further.
16-Sept-2009 Initial note and script published
24-Mar-2010 Updated script posted to fix false reporting of violations in several FMW environments
03-Mar-2011 Updated script posted to fix the AIX syntax issues and also name of the script updated to match its purpose
13-May-2015 Version 20: Added check for indicators of ActiveGridLink DataSources
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In this Document
|Pre-Requisites to Run the Script|
|Downloading the Script|
|Running the Script|
|Specifying Connection Details as Parameters|
|Directing Script Output to File|