Monday, July 10, 2017

Creating a Boot Identity File(boot.properties) for Easier Server Start Up

Creating a Boot Identity File(boot.properties) for Easier Server Start Up

1. Shutdown Weblogic server

2. cd /biprd/p01/Middleware/user_projects/domains/bi_domain/servers/AdminServer/security
   cd /biprd/p01/Middleware/user_projects/domains/bi_domain/servers/security (Incase of Managed Webglogic server)
   create security folder in case it does not exist

3. create boot.properties file and add weblogic username and password
   vi boot.properties
   username=weblogic
   password=weblogic1

4. Start the Weblogic server

5. View boot.properties file and you will see username and password are in encrypted format
   cat boot.properties
   #Thu Jan 02 01:21:12 CST 2016
   password={AES}ZJDv6aTNMV8EVahgA6VwoCMCrLo/I2iPbnV423QS3ha\=
   username={AES}MF9QSoppOapI7sZQQugwI9BRSJOBjP1a5GyeB8ni113\=

Note: Repeat this step if there is a Managed Weblogic Server

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