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open the admin console (http://127.0.0.1:7101/console) log in (user:weblogic pwd:weblogic). After successful login look in the upper left corner. There you see a button where you can activate pending changes (or revoke them).
Don't you know HOW could i cancel exclusive mode?
log in to the console and go to the preferences page (the link is on the left of the seach field).
Scroll down and check the field Automatically 'Acquire Lock and Activate Changes' at the button of the page.
don't forget to save the change and restart.
I have the same problem mentioned above, and op top of that I get a
10.4.5 404 Not Found
The server has not found anything matching the Request-URI. No indication is given of whether the condition is temporary or permanent.
when I try to access the weblogic console.
I've tried deleting the files in jdeveloper\system\system220.127.116.11.31.51.56\DefaultDomain\servers\DefaultServer\tmp to no avail.
One possibility is that your server did not shut down properly, to kill all active servers in your ade view type in "jps" and do a kill -9 on all servers, probably the fastest way to do it.
The other thing you can do is log into your weblogic console through your browser (http://host:port/console) with the authentication(weblogic/weblogic) and kill all active servers (should be a button on top left).
Hope that helps!
to kill all active servers in your ade viewI suppose that might work if we all worked for Oracle
I'm getting the same "The domain edit lock is owned by another session in exclusive mode" error. I tried everything you guys have mentioned. In fact, I deleted the complete JDeveloper and WebLogic setup and reinstalled, still I'm getting the same error. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Just delete of all *.lok files under your jdev installation directory. May have to shutdown JDev before doing this.
del /s *.lok.
Should do it.
Edited by: user10857889 on Apr 24, 2009 3:18 PM
Thanks, this worked for me.
Hey, I have the same problem above with jdeveloper, I can't run my session bean beacuse domain edit lock is owned by another session in exclusive mode - hence this deployment operation cannot proceed.
[12:26:09 PM] See server logs or server console for more details.
and I have no idea about how to access the weblogic server since I don't know the user name or the password, I'v tried several things but nothing helped please somebody helpe my
thanks in advance,
The default username/password for the WLS console is weblogic/weblogic1
I tried to log in the weblogic server, and changed preferences, but the problem still there and even worst, now I'm getting this message(unable to reserve the .lok file for the integrated WLS Server (Defualt Server) Typicly this is because another instance of this server is already running in the WLS Server,
I can't run my session bean at all, I'm in panic I have examenation and project to finsh before it, somebody can advice me what to do:=(
Follow the same thing as mentioned by user10857889. Also, check the space and clean up some files.