Monday, November 24, 2014

Who logged into WebLogic console?

Who logged into the WebLogic admin console?

Where there is multi administrators environment. It is very difficult to manage the environment. Some time management asks you to 'What the guy did on the WebLogic Admin console?' This was a nightmare for the WebLogic architect  to identify this, tracing the person who did wrong configuration. what all steps he performed.
WebLogic Admin console click on domain. Configuration->General tab Select the Advanced properites. There you can find the Audit Type.

Configuration Audit Type

By default there this is set to NONE. You have 3 options.

  • Change Log
  • Change Audit
  • Change Log and Audit

Best practices for non-production environments or production environments need to setup the Configuration Audit Type to "Change Log and Audit".

WebLogic Audit type setting

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