Alexandre Rafalovitch

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Very large organizations know the value of spending a little (or a lot of) extra money to be in total control of the information. The rest of us have probably run into situations where the server version in production may or may not be exactly the same as the one in the QA section and would most certainly run at different log and debug settings from the server developers are working with. This article will cover the common ways to check basic WebLogic information, including versions and log locations. Knowing exactly what you run will also allow you to speed up that inescapable initial exchange of information with your BEA support engineer and allow him or her to get past configuration and into the technical depth of the actual issue. Versions, Service Packs, and Rolling Patches The official numbering for the BEA WebLogic product family is MajorVersion.MinorVersion.S... (more)