This directory provides a quick way to deploy applications in a development server. When the WebLogic Server instance is running in development mode, it automatically deploys any applications or modules that you place in this directory.
This directory contains scripts that are used in the process of starting and stopping the Administration Server and the Managed Servers in the domain. These scripts are generally provided as
.shfiles for UNIX and
.cmdfiles for Windows. The
bindirectory can optionally contain other scripts of domain-wide interest, such as scripts to start and stop database management systems, full-text search engine processes, etc.
This directory contains the current configuration and deployment state of the domain. The central domain configuration file,
config.xml, resides in this directory.
Contains data that is used to optimize performance when validating changes in the domain’s configuration documents. This data is internal to WebLogic Server and does not need to be backed up.
This directory contains system modules for JDBC: global JDBC modules that can be configured directly from JMX (as opposed to JSR-88).
This directory contains system modules for JMS: global JMS modules that can be configured directly from JMX (as opposed to JSR-88).
This directory contains system modules for the security framework. It contains one security provider configuration extension for each kind of security provider in the domain’s current realm.
This directory contains system modules that contain startup plans. Startup plans are used to generate shell scripts that can be used as part of server startup.
This directory contains a set of JAR files that save the domain’s configuration state. Just before pending changes to the configuration are activated, the domain’s existing configuration state, consisting of the
config.xmlfile and the other related configuration files, is saved in a versioned JAR file with a name like
The maximum number of versioned JAR files to be kept is specified by the
DomainMBean. Once this maximum number is reached, the oldest conversion archive is deleted before a new one is created.
This directory contains extensions to the Administration Console, which enable you to add content to the WebLogic Server Administration Console, replace content, and change the logos, styles and colors without modifying the files that are installed with WebLogic Server. For example, you can add content that provides custom monitoring and management facilities for your applications.
This directory contains files used for WebLogic domain provisioning. You should not modify any files in this directory.
Any JAR files you put in this directory are added to the system classpath of each server instance in the domain when the server’s Java virtual machine starts.
This directory contains domain configuration files representing configuration changes that have been requested, but not yet activated. Once the configuration changes have been activated, the configuration files are deleted from this directory.
This directory holds those security-related files that are the same for every WebLogic Server instance in the domain:
This directory also holds security-related files that are only needed by the domain’s Administration Server:
This directory contains one subdirectory for each WebLogic Server instance in the domain. The subdirectories contain data that is specific to each server instance.
This directory is the server directory for the WebLogic Server instance with the same name as the directory.
This directory holds executable or shell files that can be or must be different for each server. The server environment script (
setServerEnv.cmd) is an example of a file that resides here because it can differ from one WebLogic Server instance to the next, for example, depending on whether the server instance has its own startup plan.
This directory holds directories and files that contain cached data. By “cached” here we mean that the data is a copy, possibly in a processed form (compiled, translated, or reformatted), of other data.
This directory holds files that maintain persistent per-server state used to run the WebLogic Server instance, other than security state, as opposed to temporary, cached or historical information. Files in this directory are important data that must be retained as the WebLogic Server instance is brought up, is brought down, crashes, restarts, or is upgraded to a new version.
This directory holds the embedded LDAP database. The runtime security state for the WebLogic Server instance is persisted in this directory.
This directory holds WebLogic persistent stores. For each persistent store, there is a subdirectory that holds the files that represent the persistent store. The name of the subdirectory is the name of the persistent store. By convention there is one store named
This directory holds logs and diagnostic information. This information is historical in nature. It is not crucial to the operation of the server, and can be deleted (while the WebLogic Server instance is down, at least) without affecting proper operation. However, the information can be quite useful for debugging or auditing purposes and should not be deleted without good reason.
This directory holds information created by the Server Image Capture component of the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework.
This directory contains one subdirectory for each JMS server in the WebLogic Server instance. Each such subdirectory contains the logs for that JMS server. The name of the subdirectory is the name of the JMS server.
This directory holds security-related files that can be or must be different for each WebLogic Server instance. The file
boot.propertiesis an example of a file that resides here because it can differ from one server to the next. This directory also maintains files related to SSL keys.
This directory holds temporary directories and files that are created while a server instance is running. For example, a JMS paging directory is automatically created here unless another location is specified. Files in this directory must be left alone while the server is running, but may be freely deleted when the server instance is shut down.
This directory stores temporary files used in the change management process. You should not modify any files in this directory.
By default, configuration information is automatically copied from the Administration Server to each Managed Server. If instead you prefer to stage configuration changes manually, you can use this directory as an alternative to the