Exploring Middleware Home Directory
By default, Weblogic 12c choose C:\Oracle\Middleware directory for installation on Windows.
|/ coherence_3.7||Coherence home directory|
|/ jdk160_29||Sun JDK ((Recommended for Development Mode))|
|/ jrockit_version||JRockit JDK (Recommended for Production Mode)|
|/ logs||Location for various log files about installation and uninstallation for the Middleware home directory.|
|/modules||Location for modules such as Apache Ant|
|/ oepe_188.8.131.52.1||Files related to Oracle Enterprise Package for Eclipse|
|/ utils||contains utilities that are used to support the installation of all products installed in this home directory.|
|/ wlserver_12.1||WebLogic Server home directory|
|.home||This file contains the information about the Middleware home directory.|
|domain-registry.xml||This registry file contains the location of all domains currently registered with this WebLogic Server installation. Whenever you add a new domain, it is registered in this file.|
|ocm.rsp||This response file contains information about the Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM) installation.|
|registry.dat||This registry contains product-related information, such as version number, patch set level, patch level, and location of the product installation directories. It also contains the name of the installed JDK(s) and the Java home.|
|registry.xml||This is an encrypted version of the registry.xml file.|
WebLogic Server Home Directory(WL_HOME): By default it is located in the Oracle\Middleware\wlserver_12.1
WebLogic Server Domain Directory
|/ autodeploy||In a development environment, the server will automatically deploy any applications or modules you place here. You must run the server in development mode for it to take advantage of the automatic deployment feature.|
|/ bin||Contains the start and stop scripts|
|/ config||Contains the key domain configuration file, config.xml.|
|/ console-ext||Contains any Administration Console extensions you’ve created|
|/ init-info||This directory contains files that are used for WebLogic domain provisioning. You should not modify any files in this directory.|
|/ lib||You can place JAR files in this directory so they can be available to all applications running on the domain’s server instances.|
|/ security||Holds security-related files such as SerializedSystemIni.dat.|
|/ servers||This is an important directory that contains a separate subdirectory for each of the servers in your domain, including both Admin and Managed Servers.|
Note while creating the Middleware home directory:
- Do not include spaces in the name of your Middleware home directory otherwise the CLASSPATH may not be resolved properly.
- You can install only one instance of each version of a WebLogic Server product in a single Middleware home directory. For example, you can install only one instance of the current version of WebLogic Server in a Middleware home directory, but you can have an earlier version of WebLogic Server in a separate Middleware home directory.
- If the home directory is not empty and it does not contain registry.xml, or if any of the product installation directories are not empty, one of the following messages is displayed:
For home directory selection task—Middleware home directory is not empty. Proceed with installation?
For product installation directory selection task—One or more installation directories are not empty. Proceed with installation?