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where i find error logs in web logic 10.3 server

 
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Hi Friends,
Can anybody please suggest me, where do I find error logs in web logic 10.3 server.
I found server and mydomain logs at, "<weblogic home>\mydmain\servers\myservers\logs\..". But I am looking for error description and sysout statements, which I print in console. Which are not available in above mentioned logs.

Please any help will be appreciated. thanks in advance.

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it will depend how you start your WLS.

are you using nohup ?
then there you must redirect the stdout.

other possibility is to redirect WLS stdout at : Admin Console -> Servers -> Your Server -> Logging -> "Redirect stdout logging enabled"

Redirect stdout logging enabled

When enabled, this redirects the stdout of the JVM in which a WebLogic Server instance runs, to the WebLogic logging system. The stdout content is published to all the registered log destinations, like the server terminal console and log file.



 
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