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Starting Weblogic in MyEclipse

 
Mark Henryson
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I am using MyEclipse with Weblogic 8.1 for learning Struts.
When I tried to start the weblogic server thru' MyEclipse, it's giving error and not starting properly.
However, If I am starting thru' weblogic console, it's starting and I also able to login in MyEclipse.
What stops the weblogic when it's starting thru' MyEclipse. And I have configured everything prooerly in MyEclipse. I can able to start the Tomcat5.5 thru' MyEclipe without any problem.

I have given the error message the MyEclipse is displaying while I am trying to start the Weblogic 8.0 server

 
Carol Enderlin
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WebLogic Server 8.1 doesn't support Java 5 aka 1.5. (WLS 9.x does)


<Oct 10, 2006 1:21:30 PM GMT+05:30> <Info> <WebLogicServer>
<BEA-000377> <Starting WebLogic Server with Java HotSpot(TM)
Client VM Version 1.5.0_04-b05 from Sun Microsystems Inc.>


WebLogic Platform 8.1 Supported Configurations
 
Mark Henryson
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Hi,
If Weblogic 8.1 doesn't support JDK 1.5, then it should not started from weblogic console too! As I have already told, it is statring without any problem in Weblogic console and after started i can able to deploy the web application in MyEclipse. But when I was tried to start the weblogic from myEclipse, it's giving problem.

I think it may not not be problem with JDK1.5???
 
Joe Ess
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Have a look at Weblogic Server 8.1 Supported Configurations. Not a single 1.5 JRE/JDK.
As for weblogic console, right-click on the "Console" icon in the upper left hand side. Select "View server and browser info" and scroll down to "java.version". There's the JDK version the server is running.
 
Madhu Kiran
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me too same problem
 
gopinathang nathan
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can you please check this, http://dev2dev.bea.com/pub/a/2006/01/eclipse-plugin.html.
 
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