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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    Hi all,

    I am using Apache 2.0.52. I am using Operating System solaris8 and weblogic 8.1sp3, I want to know that Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic. I have to use friendly URLs for the variuos URLS of weblogic portal application. Please help. Thanks in advance.

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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    You need to first install weblogic, this would needless to say the bar. Installation on the later, because the back to test the success of an integrated configuration, a good idea to recommend a domain, and then deploy a web application. Weblogic my first domain is testdomain, then the port number is 7001, deploy a portal called the war. You can type http://localhost:7001/portal/index.jsp access, they display "Hello WOrld str is TEST123 " message. Check and reply.

      

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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    You can need to install Apache. This to say about the whole thing. Compile: Compile time to remember to add - enable-so this parameter, otherwise can not be successful with the weblogic configuration together. You can do as follows:
    Code:
    . / configure - prefix = / usr/local/apache2--enable-so
    In the following line, add the following text:
    Code:
    LoadModule weblogic_module modules/mod_wl_20.so
    Include conf / Weblogic.conf
    Save the file. Check and reply.

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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    You can also do the following command for configuration for weblogic in Apache front end servers.
    Code:
    .cp/opt/bea/weblogic81/server/lib/solaris/mod_wl_20.so /
    usr/local/apache2/modules /
    In / usr/local/apache2/conf following the establishment of a document called Weblogic.conf reads as follows:

    Code:
    Weblogic.conf file
    WebLogicHost localhost
    WebLogicPort7001
    MatchExpression *. jsp
    MatchExpression / portal / *
    MatchExpression / fortune / *
    MatchExpression / ClosingTime / *
    MatchExpression / ConfigItem / *
    # MatchExpression *. html
    # MatchExpression *. jpg
    # MatchExpression *. gif
    # MatchExpression *. css
    # MatchExpression *. do
    WLLogFile / tmp / wlproxy.log
    Save the file and restart apache.

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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    You need to install the weblogic module by cp / data/app/bea/weblogic/server/lib/linux/i686/mod_wl_20.so / data / app / apache / module. Also edit httpd.conf and add the following main Configuration:
    Code:
    LoadModule weblogic_module modules/mod_wl_20.so
    Code:
    WeblogicCluster 10.0.4.1:80,10.0.4.2:80,10.0.4.3:80,10.0.4.4:80
    MatchExpression *. jsp
    MatchExpression *. do
    mod_wl_20.so modules read under the description, automatic support for cluster, the node specified by weblogic ClusterServers Can be, there are some Configure Command.
    After the completion of the above steps you can start the apache. Best of luck.

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    Apache front end servers configuration for weblogic

    The installation environment is primarily the pressure a bit in order to do comparison tests, a total of prepared three kinds of environment:
    # redware WSD + weblogic cluster
    # HAproxy + weblogic cluster
    # apache + weblogic cluster

    Testing software is loadrunner, test scripts are read and write oracle database each time. Test results a bit strange in terms of a high pass rate, b second, c the efficiency of low bit of terror, less than a half, a bit puzzling is the efficiency of apache should not be low to such an extent. Check and reply.

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