It looks like the issue is related to installing WebLogic Server Tools by itself. Try it together with Oracle Coherence Tools and see if the problem goes away. We will look into this further.
I was having the same issue and adding the Coherence Tools worked for me. Any update on why this is an issue now? I never had a problem installing Server Tools alone before.
Recent releases of WebLogic Server have deep integration with Coherence, such as GAR module support. The issue is that this dependency isn't fully declared, so Coherence Tools doesn't get automatically installed when WebLogic Server Tools is installed. We will correct this in the next release.
I upgraded again to the latest OEPE and I included Oracle Coherence Tools in addition to Oracle Weblogic Scripting Tools and Oracle Weblogic Server Tools. I can publish to my local Weblogic 10.3.3 just fine now. Thanks for your suggestion. However, I really don't want to install more than I need from OEPE because I just want to be able to publish to Weblogic so ideally I'd like to avoid install even Coherence Tools. This used to work fine for my team by just installing the Weblogic Server Tools package from Eclipse Marketplace. Is this something that will be fixed, or is the plan to include Coherence Tools in the Weblogic Server Tools package?
Thanks for the confirmation of the workaround. The immediate plan is to ensure that all dependencies are correctly declared. Beyond that, either Coherence Tools or WebLogic Server Tools will require the other. I don't know yet which way it will end up being, but I don't see creating an extra feature just to hold the integration between the two toolsets as that will adversely impact usability.
I was trying to install WLS on my windows 32bit machine but when I clicked on the executable file oepe-188.8.131.52-kepler-installer-win32 I got pop up error stating "CMD property not found in the autorun.inf" .Can someone help me out here .I am not sure about the error.
Its bit urgent Please someone let me know how can I get rid of that.
could you try the following ?
open a command window with administrator privileges
cdto the directory where you have the exe file
run the exe file from this location
Thanks for the response.
I have tried from command prompt as well,but got the same error. JDK installed in my system is SUN JDK 1.6.
let me know if you need anymore info.
I tried the same installer on a 32bit machine and was able to run without any issues.
I did however come across a few users jdeveloper users who had similar issues with the jdev installer and the following workaround seems to have solved the issue for them. coudl you try the same and let us know if that helped ?
1. Extract "oepe-184.108.40.206-kepler-installer-win32.exe" file into C:\oepe-220.127.116.11-kepler-installer-win32
2. In cmd go to C:\oepe-18.104.22.168-kepler-installer-win32
3. Execute follow command:
C:\PROGRA~1\Java\jdk1.6.0_31\bin\java.exe ( path to your JDK) -jar install/modules/ora-launcher.jar DISKCNT=1 JRE_COMPONENT=oracle.jdk,oracle.jre