Deploying to WebLogic 12c (184.108.40.206.0)
This topic introduces how to deploy Logi JReport Server to WebLogic. The example directory paths listed below are based on Unix. The instructions are applicable to both Unix and Windows installations; however, the format of the paths for Windows would use the Windows format, that is,
C:\JReport\Server instead of
It is assumed that:
- WebLogic 12c (220.127.116.11.0) is installed in the
/opt/beadirectory. This is referred to as BEA_HOME in the WebLogic documentation.
- The Logi JReport Server WAR file jreport.war is located in the
/opt/JReport/Server/bin/distributedirectory. To create the WAR file refer to the instructions in Building a WAR/EAR File to Include a Self-contained Logi JReport Server.
To deploy Logi JReport Server to BEA WebLogic:
- If you have not already created a WebLogic Domain for Logi JReport Server you must create one before starting the integration.
- Start WebLogic by running startWeblogic.sh in
- Access the WebLogic Administrative Console using the URL
http://hostname:7001/console/, where the hostname is host name or IP address, and 7001 is the port number.
- After your successful login, in the Domain Structure panel on the left, select Deployments node.
- In the Summary of Deployments panel, select Install.
- In the Install Application Assistant panel, select the upload your file(s) link.
- In the Deployment Archive section, select Browse to select the jreport.war file in
C:\JReport\Server\bin\distribute, and then select Next.
- Keep selecting Next until the Finish button is enabled, and then select Finish.
- Start Logi JReport Server and then access it using the following URL:
If you run into problems when using Logi JReport Server in BEA WebLogic, send the log files of Logi JReport Server to firstname.lastname@example.org. The following procedure illustrates how to generate the log files:
-Dlogall=trueon the same line as -Dreporthome in the
- Restart the application server, and then try to reproduce the problem. After reproducing the problem, send email@example.com the log files in
The WebLogic log file may also help to identify the problem. It is /opt/bea/user_projects/domains/domain_name/logs.