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what command did you run to start the admin server?
This is the satrtup script...C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\WC_Domain6\bin\startWebLogic
I have a batch file i create that will start everything up. I don't think i've ever seen your error, but the admin server can be called using the startWeblogic up one dir from Bin, i dont know if it makes a difference but i've always used that one. Copy and paste below into a text file (update your paths and urls accordingly), rename to a .bat and you should be able to start everything at once
START "ECMAdmin" C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\IMTST\startweblogic.cmd
START "NodeManager" C:\Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_10.3\server\bin\startNodeManager
START "soaserver1" C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\IMTST\bin\startmanagedweblogic soa_server1 http://IMTSTipm01:7001
START "UCMserver1" C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\IMTST\bin\startmanagedweblogic UCM_server1 http://IMTSTipm01:7001
START "IPMserver1" C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\IMTST\bin\startmanagedweblogic IPM_server1 http://IMTSTipm01:7001
Thank you for your reply.
Unfortunately the first script (startWebLogic.cmd) itself I am receiving the error. :(
This happened to me too! After some research, I found that some program I installed had changed the value of 'path' environment variable such that '%systemroot%' had replaced 'c:\windows' in it. That is why it could not find the 'findstr' command which is present in the 'c:\windows\system32' folder.
Simply replace all occurrences of '%systemroot%' (it may be in multiple cases) with 'c:\windows' and you should be good to go!
When you say "some research" where did you find the documentation for this problema. Hope you remember