Introducing version 3 of wls_config

Posted: October 28, 2016 in WebLogic
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Recently we have released version 3 of the wls_config module. This release shows our commitment to add more stability, better documentation and new features to our commercial modules compared to the Open Source versions. In this blog post, we will describe the changes.

Overview of the changes

This version is a major rewrite of the module. The changes comprise of:

  • Support for Puppet 4
  • Support for OracleLinux 7, RHEL and CentOS 7
  • Support for WebLogic 12.2
  • Better property domain checking
  • Added much better error reporting
  • Added support for a lot more properties
  • Better documentation of the properties
  • support for absent parameters

In the rest of this article, we will cover these changes in more detail.

New versions

The world around us is moving on. So we are moving on as well. This version has full support for all the newest versions of the products it is related to. It runs on the latest versions of Puppet Enterprise. We also still support running on the Open Source version of Puppet. Although it already worked for a long time, the module is also supported on version 7 of RHEL, OracleLinux and CentOS.

As for WebLogic, we now also fully support WebLogic 12.2.1. We have planned further enhancements for this versions. Read the complete article here.

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