How to Configure Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) WebLogic Proxy Plugin for Primavera P6 EPPM Web Applications (Doc ID 1446675.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2017

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 8.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The goal of this document is to provide instruction to configure Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) WebLogic proxy plugin for the P6 EPPM Web based applications.

Prerequisite Requirements:
  • This instruction assumes OHS is already installed.
  • In addition, the WebLogic managed server must have the 'WebLogic Plug-In Enabled' option turned on prior to configuring the mod_wl_ohs plugin.
    • For WebLogic 11g:
      1. Log into WebLogic Administration Console for the P6 EPPM domain
      2. Click 'Lock & Edit' in the change center
      3. From left menu, choose Environment -> Servers
      4. Click the hyperlink for your managed server
      5. Browse to the 'Configuration' tab and 'General' sub-tab
      6. At bottom of page, click the 'Advanced' hyperlink
      7. Check box for 'WebLogic Plug-In Enabled'
      8. Save change
      9. Repeat steps 1-8 for any additional managed servers
      10. Click 'Activate Changes' button on top left page
      11. Restart the managed server for changes to take effect
    • For WebLogic 12c:
      1. Log into WebLogic Administration Console for the P6 EPPM domain
      2. Click 'Lock & Edit' in the change center
      3. From left menu, choose Environment -> Servers
      4. Click the hyperlink for your managed server
      5. Browse to the 'Configuration' tab and 'General' sub-tab
      6. At bottom of page, click the 'Advanced' hyperlink
      7. In the 'WebLogic Plug-In Enabled' dropdown, select Yes
      8. Save change
      9. Repeat steps 1-8 for any additional managed servers
      10. Click 'Activate Changes' button on top left page
      11. Restart the managed server for changes to take effect

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