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Are you trying to start up a WebLogic server or are you trying to start the WebLogic installation? Regardless, your JDK needs to be in your PATH system environment variable. You can easily verify by opening up Command Prompt and running "echo %PATH%". If you see "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_##\bin" anywhere inside, it is in your PATH environment variable. If it is missing, you will need to add the directory in your PATH system environment variables on your PC/server. Just in case, I would modify the directory in the PATH environment file to read "C:\PROGRA~2\Java\jdk1.6.0_##\bin" which is the same thing as going to C:\Program Files (x86)\... The reason is that I have seen weird issues occur when parentheses (or even spaces) are in the PATH environment variable. NOTE: The ## in the jdk directory is the update version of Java 6 you are using, e.g. Java 1.6.0_35 (jdk1.6.0_35).
Regarding the possible deletion of the Oracle_BI1 directory, try to see if applying the above fix will allow you to start up your WebLogic environment as well as run it. If you notice any weird errors (different from the one you are currently receiving) when starting up and/or running the WebLogic environment due to the Oracle_BI1 directory missing, you may want to consider reinstalling WebLogic as well as any Fusion Middleware products installed in the Middleware home you are working in.
As I see this is a Windows environment, what version of Windows are you using? Is it 32-bit or 64-bit? Also, what version of WebLogic Server are you using? Is the WebLogic installer you used or are using 32-bit or 64-bit? Is the JDK/JRE you are using 32-bit or 64-bit? If WebLogic is already installed, what Oracle Fusion Middleware products are installed inside it?
Thanks for the response.
I have got this directory in the PATH variable. I also noticed that the PATH has got details of directory pointing to the deleted folder.
I removed those details. I tried again but I am still getting same error.
I will restart my system and try again and update you.
I am still getting the message after restarting the machine.
i am trying to start the WebLogic.
I am not sure from where is this picking up this path?
Now the PATH has got only required directory.
Check your .sh/.cmd files, to confirm which location is the JDK pointing to.
Weblogic internall uses setWLSEnv or commonEnv to set the JDK_HOME.
So would request you to check the same in .sh or .cmd files, instead of system environment variables.