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ipaddress Vs localhost

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Hi guys,
i am using weblogic 6.1 for my EJB's and JSP's, but there is a strange problem i am facing. I am using JavaScript in my JSP, and it works fine when i use the http://locahost:7001/.... address in browser. But when i use the IP Address notation( in my browser window, the onMouseOver event in the javascript is not executed. The same thing works if i change my URL to the localhost notation, it works fine !! Any clues about this behaviour ??
Raja Srinivas
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The ip for localhost is usually, and this is the ip that problably you have your weblogic configured to run, if you want to change the ip adress from your WebLogic to some other ip you can do it using the WL console navigate to servers click in the name of your server and change the "Listen Adress" to a valid ip adress for this server(you�ll have to restart your server).
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thats probably because of your security settings, when you do a localhost ort the browser thinks of it as a local/safe zone but when you use the qualified ip its the internet (i think) zone ...if u tinker with the security settings a bit it might help
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