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See Metalink notes: 1065146.1, 1060058.1, and perhaps also 1267820.1
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.
I have an account in OTN. But, if you are talking about this support https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/Registration?_adf.ctrl-state=17q0ipytvg_41&_afrLoop=29546185772618 , it asks about Support Identifier, i do not have its.
OK. Drop me an email. I will copy the notes for you.
Thank you. I sent you an email.
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