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You sort of wish this (from the documentation http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24329_01/web.1211/e24368/app_xml.htm#i1007581)
"<realm-name> Optional 1 Names a security realm to be used by the application. If none is specified, the system default realm is used"
For the second question:
"You can configure multiple security realms in a domain; however, only one can be the active security realm."
When you look at that line, it also makes sense why the realm-name configuration does not work, as only one can be active and that is the default domain.
I know these documentations.
For 1): The fact, that I can configure a "realm-name" in weblogic-application.xml misleaded me to the assumption, that I can specify one of the configured realms inside the domain. But this is not true. (If I configure a realm, which is not the default realm, I get an exception.)
The way it is working now seems to be a manual version of the useless box (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqAUmgE3WyM) - I have to change the "realm-name" to the name of the default realm. So there is no sense, specifying that value at all - is it?
"So there is no sense, specifying that value at all - is it?"1 person found this helpful
You are absolutely right!
Just leave it alone, as it will automatically pick the default realm anyway.
But the video is fun, thanks :-)