Read all your WebLogic Data Sources in a Click! by Vijayalakshmi Karupusamy

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The FlexDeploy WebLogic plugin provides operations to automate the management of domain configurations. These operations are driven by using property files from Source Control System such as Git or SVN. This process makes it easy to manage WebLogic configurations. The WebLogic plugin has a new operation to read all Data Sources from WebLogic Domain and write them into property files. This helps to reduce the manual efforts required for extracting data sources from domain and generating property files as input for one of the existing automation operation. (See Save Time and Headaches – Automate Your WebLogic Data Source Configurations for more details on the WebLogic plugin.)

Let me show you how it works:

See a very simple Data Source configuration deployed in WebLogic Domain as below.

This Data Source will be retrieved and stored into a property file as below, which will be used later during the WebLogic domain initial setup across environments. Read the complete article here.

 

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