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If you run your app in the embedded WLS you don't need to install the EM. You can use the 'Application Server Navigator', right click on the internal server and select 'Configre Oracle Diagnostic Logging' which opens the logging.xml file in a graphical mode. Here you can change the log levels with the same effect as in EM.
thanks for the explanation. But this is not our case. Within JDeveloper we know how to change them.
The question is more for our development, test, acceptance and production environments.
Also there we only have a WLS running, no other FMW products are installed on it. So no FMW Console.
So how can we do the same in these kind of environments.
Thank you in advance.
kdario wrote:Do you (or anyone else) know where that has been documented?
You need to install Application Development Runtime to your WLS and then extend your domain(by using $MW_HOME/wlserver_10.3/common/bin/config.sh or config.cmd).
In Domain Configuration Wizard you can select Oracle Enterprise Manager.
The only related aspect I could find in the documentation was a note:
"if you use Oracle JDeveloper to install and configure a Oracle WebLogic Server domain and to apply the JRF template, Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control cannot be configured in the domain."
in section "22.214.171.124 Extending an Existing Domain With the JRF Template "
edit : in the same documentation section I somehow missed
"Run the Oracle WebLogic Server configuration wizard from an Application Developer, Oracle SOA Suite, or Oracle WebCenter Oracle home.
Select the option to extend the domain, and then select the JRF template when prompted with the list of available templates.
You can also choose to apply the Oracle Enterprise Manager template, which provides you with the ability to use Fusion Middleware Control to manage the domain.
For more information, refer to the appropriate Oracle Fusion Middleware installation guide."
Edited by: Jan Vervecken on Nov 8, 2012 8:15 PM