WebLogic 12.2.1 RESTful Management by Frank Munz

Posted: March 3, 2016 in WebLogic
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clip_image002WebLogic 12.2.1 is out since Oracle Open World 2015 and comes with a new RESTful management interface.

  • RESTful management for 12.2.1 is a rewritten and different implementation.
    The previous two implementations supported only a small subset of JMX attributes, you could only read them, URLs and versioning were different.
  • The new URL format is:
 http://server:port/management/weblogic/latest/...

if you scripts still contain /wls/ you are using the previous format.

  • Access to all WebLogic JMX MBeans and attributes is supported now.
  • Unlike in the previous version, RESTful management is turned on per default.
  • Unlike in the previous version, RESTful management is available on admin and managed servers.
  • The URL syntax is modelled after the WLST syntax (WLST tutorial  in this screencast).
  • A simple HTTP GET example (just type it into your browser), e.g. to retrieve name and state runtime values for a managed server named surf1:
http://localhost:7001/management/weblogic/latest/domainRuntime/serverLifeCycleRuntimes/surf1?links=none&fields=name,stateResponse:
{ "name": "surf1", "state": "RUNNING" }

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