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Problem configuring JDK with weblogic 9,1

 
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Hi,
Iam using weblogic 9.1 on windows xp platform. While configuring the domain using configuration wizard Iam choosing JDK 1.5_14 by using the browsing option that is given on the GUI. However when I try to start the admin server I get the following error



weblogic.management.ManagementException: [Management:141266]Parsing Failure in config.xml: javax.xml.namespace.QName; local class incompatible: stream classdesc serialVersionUID = 4418622981026545151, local class serialVersionUID = -9120448754896609940
at weblogic.management.provider.internal.RuntimeAccessImpl.<init>(RuntimeAccessImpl.java:118)


But when I use the JDK version that is suplied by BEA the Admin server starts smoothly.

Is there anything extra configuration I need to do for using JDK apart from the ones already suplied by bea for Weblogic Server Version 9.1 ?

Any help would be apppreciated..
 
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There are a few things here,

Check where is you are JAVA_HOME pointing in your startup scripts, You have use the same path in all the places. Either use the JDK out side the weblogic home or use the one that ships with weblogic.

Should solve all your issues
 
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Madhusudhan,
Thanks for your reply. Well I have my Java installed outside weblogic home and the same Iam pointing to, while configuring the Domain using Configuration Wizard Gui. My question to you would be will I require to set JAVA_HOME separately when Iam configuring the DOMAIN using configuration wizard ? Also Iam starting the weblogic managed server from the console GUI and not using any start up script that comes along with Weblogic Distribution.

Cheers
Anirban
 
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