Thursday, July 17, 2014

Configuring Apache Http Server with Weblogic

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In this article we will see how we can configure Apache to talk with Weblogic server at the backend. We will use the weblogic Apache plugin for connecting the Apache http server to weblogic. For this article I will be using Weblogic 10.3 on a Linux 6 -64 Machine. The apache server running is 2.2.15.

Here is the sequence of steps to configure Apache Http server with weblogic.

1. Copy the so file from
Wlserver_10.2/server/plugin/linux/x86_64/ to httpd/modules location

The file depends on the architecture. You need to copy the correct file depending on your architecture.

2. Load the weblogic module using
LoadModule weblogic_module modules/

3. Now add the If Module information which will point to the Weblogic server running at back.

<IfModule mod_weblogic.c>
        WebLogicport 7001
        MatchExpression /*

The above <IfModule> is a basic syntax for providing details about the running weblogic server. We define the weblogic Host and Port and Match Expression as /*.

Now once the configuration is done,restart the apache and access
Http://localhost/console and we will see the login page of the weblogic admin console.

More to learn , Happy learning 

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