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Start weblogic server with script

 
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Hi,

My question is related to weblogic version 8.1.4, Is there anyway to start admin server at boot time by using an script. precisely I mean in need to know how can I write an script and run it as service in run level 3, I'm using redhat os.

I'll be very much appreciate if someone can solve my problem.
I'm not a programmer though.

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Shahrokh
 
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You should allready have a script named startWeblogic.sh for your domain. Maybe you can look at that.
 
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Thanx for your reply, But You khnow what? I know I've that script (startWebLogic.sh) but I'll use when I want to start Admin server manually. What I want to know is how can I start Admin server or one of the instants server at boot time. Which means I always have admin server running.

If is something to do with same script, Please tell me how can I do it?

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Shahrokh
 
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