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Re: Weblogic 10 integration issue in Eclipse 3.4.1 [message #228334] Wed, 25 February 2009 11:17 Go to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
Messages: 25999
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Shahid,

You'd be better off to ask on the WTP newsgroup, which I've added to the
"to" list of the reply. Keep in mind that you're using free open source
software so no one is under any obligation to help you...


shahid wrote:
> Dear Support,
>
> I am working on a migration project which needs me to setup Weblogic
> 10 server into Eclipse 3.4.1 environment. I could successfully add the
> Weblogic 10 runtime enviroment but when I proceed to create the server
> it ask me to provide domain home. I create new domain using the link -
> Click here to launch Configuration Wizard to create a new domain and
> wls.jar as the domain template. The domain is created successfully
> with all the necessary files like setDomainEnv.cmd, setDomainEnv.sh,
> config/config.xml etc. but when I pass the path of this domain into
> the server creation step in Eclipse it doesn't allow me to proceed. It
> gives below error:
>
> The domain does not belong to the selected runtime 'BEA WebLogic
> Server v10.0'. Please check bin/setDomainEnv.cmd or setDomainEnv.sh
> and other scripts under the domain home.
>
> I have cross-verified that all the above files that it indicates
> including others are already present under the mydomain folder.
>
> This issue is stopping us from migrating to Eclipse - Weblogic 10 and
> hence stopping us from our development progress so kindly look into it
> ASAP and provide some help.
>
> Thanks and Regards,
> Shahid P.
>
Re: Weblogic 10 integration issue in Eclipse 3.4.1 [message #228389 is a reply to message #228334] Thu, 26 February 2009 03:46 Go to previous message
Prakash G.R. is currently offline Prakash G.R.
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Registered: July 2009
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WLI comes with its own Eclipse based Workshop. Is that what you are using?
You would get better response if you post it in BEA's (or Oracle) newsgroups

- Prakash

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"Ed Merks" <Ed.Merks@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:go3qv4$g2t$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Shahid,
>
> You'd be better off to ask on the WTP newsgroup, which I've added to the
> "to" list of the reply. Keep in mind that you're using free open source
> software so no one is under any obligation to help you...
>
>
> shahid wrote:
>> Dear Support,
>>
>> I am working on a migration project which needs me to setup Weblogic 10
>> server into Eclipse 3.4.1 environment. I could successfully add the
>> Weblogic 10 runtime enviroment but when I proceed to create the server it
>> ask me to provide domain home. I create new domain using the link - Click
>> here to launch Configuration Wizard to create a new domain and wls.jar as
>> the domain template. The domain is created successfully with all the
>> necessary files like setDomainEnv.cmd, setDomainEnv.sh, config/config.xml
>> etc. but when I pass the path of this domain into the server creation
>> step in Eclipse it doesn't allow me to proceed. It gives below error:
>>
>> The domain does not belong to the selected runtime 'BEA WebLogic Server
>> v10.0'. Please check bin/setDomainEnv.cmd or setDomainEnv.sh and other
>> scripts under the domain home.
>>
>> I have cross-verified that all the above files that it indicates
>> including others are already present under the mydomain folder.
>>
>> This issue is stopping us from migrating to Eclipse - Weblogic 10 and
>> hence stopping us from our development progress so kindly look into it
>> ASAP and provide some help.
>>
>> Thanks and Regards,
>> Shahid P.
>>
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