Tuesday, October 6, 2015

"Servicing only administrative requests" in Oracle WebLogic Server

When starting a Java application in Oracle WebLogic Server, have you ever wondered what the Servicing only administration requests means?

We're all accustomed to starting up our Java apps by selecting the Servicing all requests option. This makes sure that the application is up and running and available to end users.

When you select the Servicing only administration requests option, it "specifies that WebLogic Server make the application available in Administration Mode only." What does this mean?

You can "start the application in Administration Mode, which restricts access to the application to a configured Administration channel so you can perform final testing without opening the application to external client connections or disrupting connected clients." Thus, the application is only made available to the administrator.

That's it really!


Applicable Versions:
  • Oracle WebLogic Server 11g
  • Oracle WebLogic Server 12c

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