WebLogic Log Inspector: Automated Error Checking using WebLogic Admin REST APIs by Andrew Dorman

Posted: August 4, 2018 in WebLogic
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Oracle Fusion Middleware environments often consist of multiple servers distributed across many physical hosts. To provision new environments we have the power of Rubicon Red MyST Studio to automate the creation and deployment of platforms both large and small, but there still remains a level of manual effort to validate that everything is working as expected. One of the most basic checks is to review the server logs for errors. Given the size and complexity of some environments this task can be time consuming, and it is likely for things to be missed, making it a perfect candidate for automated assistance.

In this blog we will look at how we can automate checking for errors from all of the WebLogic Server Log files using the WebLogic REST APIs. The blog contains the following sections:

· WebLogic 12.2.1. REST APIs

· WebLogic Log Inspector

· Using the REST APIs to interrogate log files

· Resources

WebLogic 12.2.1 REST APIs

WebLogic 12.2.1 introduced a range of REST APIs for configuring, monitoring, deploying, and administering the WebLogic Server. For example, you can: Read the complete article here.

 

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