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Unforunately, i can not see the Metalink notes.
But now, there is the following evolution of the problem.
When i start the AdminServer Windows service, in the log file i take the message:
[ServiceStart] Error in JVM. Cause=Unable to initialize the Java virtual machine!
I tried resolve this issue with set JAVA_HOME in my wrapped script installSvc.bat. And then the WebLogic service is starting up, but with a lot of errors. For example:
Caused By: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.dms.http.Request
Caused By: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.security.jps.wls.listeners.JpsApplicationLifecycleListener
Caused By: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.dms.wls.DMSServletFilter
-- , etc.
It is talking what i need to set environment variables. This is done in the setDomainEnv.cmd, but if i include its call in my script, like this:
-- , i take the error: [ServiceStart] Error in JVM. Cause=Unable to initialize the Java virtual machine!
It does not fix the problem.
Any ideas, what can i do for fix it?
Unforunately, i can not see the Metalink notes.You cannot, or you don't know how to do it? I believe to see a Metalink knowledge database entry you just need to create your own account at OTN (Oracle Technical Network) - just go to www.oracle.com and I want to... - Search Support Knowledge Database. If you don't have an account you might have to create it first. Then, search for (exact!) numbers of the notes.
Thank you, Jiri, one more time.
I found the solve of my problems.
1.The same symptoms can also be experienced if the installSvc.cmd fails to set the command line to start with "-server" for Sun JDK on a 64bit Windows platform.
The out of the box command line generated seems to be "-client".
Solution: The fix is to either edit the installSvc.cmd or edit the service parameters in the registry editor accordingly.
2. Edit the the default " %WL_HOME%\server\bin\installSvc.cmd " so the script points at your domain's setDomainEnv command line script. By default, installSvc.cmd points at %WL_HOME%\common\bin\commEnv.cmd , edit the file, so it reads like