Quick question on the weblogic support in the latest build

Can someone enlighten me as to why the port setting is immutable, set to 7001 by default, when adding local server instances in the configuration dialog? I can modify the host and port settings when adding a remote server configuration.

Grant

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Because port/host settings for local Weblogic are stored in the corresponding config.xml and should be changed via Configuration
Wizard or whatever specific tool .
Change domain path and notice host/port numbers changed accordingly.

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"Grant Lewis" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:19010632.1065638779447.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

Can someone enlighten me as to why the port setting is immutable, set to 7001 by default, when adding local server instances in

the configuration dialog? I can modify the host and port settings when adding a remote server configuration.
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Grant



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What you said didn't make any sense to me. I have a single domain with 3 servers: an admin server on port 7001, and 2 managed servers. All of these servers share the same config.xml and each server has a different set of port numbers.

How do I create local configurations for all my servers if I can't change the port number? I attached the external tool file I use now to start/stop the local servers in my domain. I'd like to do something similar using the new weblogic integration in aurora.

Grant



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It worked for me. When I the domain path to the domain dir, it found the config file and set my port correctly.

I also changed my port from the default of 7001 to 80. And IntelliJ found that...

I'm using build 944

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I never said it didn't work for a domain with a standalone server. I know exactly what it's doing and I'm saying it's limited in the current implementation and should be refactored to support more complex domains. I cannot create a local configuration for anything other than an admin server.

I attached my config.xml file as an example of what doesn't work with the current plug-in implementation. I can create a local configuration for the admin server (port 7001) but not the 2 managed servers.

Grant



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In that sense local configuration of managed servers is not supported yet.
Please post the request into the www.intellij.net/tracker if you need this.
Meanwhile, you can connect to the managed servers remotely

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Alexey Kudravtsev.
JetBrains, Inc
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"Develop with pleasure!"


"Grant Lewis" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:11810670.1065707365202.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

What you said didn't make any sense to me. I have a single domain with 3 servers: an admin server on port 7001, and 2 managed

servers. All of these servers share the same config.xml and each server has a different set of port numbers.
>

How do I create local configurations for all my servers if I can't change the port number? I attached the external tool file I use

now to start/stop the local servers in my domain. I'd like to do something similar using the new weblogic integration in aurora.
>

Grant



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May I just ask why you would need seperate managed servers in a development
environment?

"Grant Lewis" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I never said it didn't work for a domain with a standalone server. I know

exactly what it's doing and I'm saying it's limited in the current
implementation and should be refactored to support more complex domains. I
cannot create a local configuration for anything other than an admin server.
>

I attached my config.xml file as an example of what doesn't work with the

current plug-in implementation. I can create a local configuration for the
admin server (port 7001) but not the 2 managed servers.
>

Grant



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This is not solved yet?

i can put admin server host and port to local configuration but then intellij still trying to connect to localhost:7001 

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