4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 26, 2013 7:35 AM by ngsankar RSS

    built in Web logic

    New Yorker

      We would like to run an application with the built in Web logic to display the application.

      We have the Migration successfully completed for the following files:




      Could you let us know how to see the first page of the application.

        • 1. Re: built in Web logic

          if you deploy any application on weblogic server, you can go inside of the deployments and move to the targets section, there you can see the first page url,

          • 2. Re: built in Web logic

            Thank Ngsankar!

            Could you tell how to move the targets section?

            Any link for reading?

            We press the Test Connection button and Testing HTTP  - failed other 10 tests - success

            In the application, ADF, JSF,  and  more technologies are included. Should I run - faces-config.xml


            Thank again 

            • 3. Re: built in Web logic



              >Could you tell how to move the targets section?

              Weblogic Console-->Deployments-->Your Application-->Testing


              >Any link for reading?




              After you deploy the application, you can test it from Oracle WebLogic Server. To test-run your ADF application, open a browser window and enter a URL:

              •   For non-Faces pages: http://<host>:port/<context root>/<page>
              •   For Faces pages: http://<host>:port/<context root>/faces/<view_id

                where <view_id> is the view ID of the ADF task flow view activity.


              The context root for an application is specified in the view-controller project settings by default as ApplicationName/ProjectName/context-root. You can shorten this name by specifying a name that is unique across the target application server. Right-click the view-controller project, and choose Project Properties. In the Project Properties dialog, select Java EE Application and enter a unique name for the context root.


              /faces has to be in the URL for Faces pages. This is because JDeveloper configures your web.xml file to use the URL pattern of /faces in order to be associated with the Faces Servlet. The Faces Servlet does its per-request processing, strips out /faces part in the URL, then forwards the URL to the JSP. If you do not include the /faces in the URL, then the Faces Servlet is not engaged (since the URL pattern doesn't match). Your JSP is run without the necessary JSF per-request processing.




              • 4. Re: built in Web logic

                Thanks Fabian,

                Please try as suggested by Fabian and let us know if you requrired more help here