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Use the EC_Weblogic plugin to interact with the Oracle WebLogic server for application and server management, interacting or editing existing applications, and deploying new applications. You can start and stop both the Managed Servers and the Administration Server using this integration. You can use Jython scripting to create script files or to enter a new embedded file.

Plugin version 3.6.1.2022041217

Revised on April 18, 2022

Overview

CloudBees CD Integration to WebLogic

Use this plugin to interact with the Oracle WebLogic server for application and server management, interacting or editing existing applications, and deploying new applications. You can start and stop both the Managed Servers and the Administration Server using this integration. You can use Jython scripting to create script files or to enter a new embedded file.

Integrated Version

This plugin was developed and tested against following WebLogic Server Versions: - 12c (12.2.1.1.0) on Windows - 12c (12.2.1.1.0) on Linux - 11g (10.3.6.0) on Windows - 11g (10.3.6.0) on Linux

Plugin configurations

Plugin configurations are sets of parameters that apply across some or all of the plugin procedures. They reduce repetition of common values, create predefined parameter sets for end users, and securely store credentials where needed. Each configuration is given a unique name that is entered in designated parameters on procedures that use them.

Creating plugin configurations

To create plugin configurations in CloudBees CD, do these steps:

  • Go to Administration Plugins to open the Plugin Manager.

  • Find the EC-WebLogic-3.6.1.2022041217 row.

  • Click Configure to open the Configurations page.

  • Click Create Configuration as per the description of parameters below.

Configuration procedure parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

WebLogic URL

URL of WebLogic Server (must include protocol, server and port). Two protocols are supported: t3 and t3s, e.g. t3://weblogic:7001.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

JAVA_HOME

JAVA_HOME environment variable, i.e. path to bin, where java executable is located. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances. If this option is set, JAVA_VENDOR should be also set.

JAVA_VENDOR

JAVA_VENDOR environment variable, use it to specify java vendor. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances. If this option is set, the option JAVA_HOME should be also set.

MW_HOME

MW_HOME environment variable, use it to specify WebLogic Home directory. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances.

Login as

Username and password to connect to WebLogic server.

Enable named sessions?

If checked, each WebLogic edit session will have unique name assigned. Named sessions are not supported by WebLogic server prior to 12 version. Defaults to false.

Test connection?

Check if connection should be established during config creation to validate credentials.

Test connection resource

A resource which is used for the testing connection.

Debug level

Debug level, higher debug level - more debug messages. Warning: on debug level 10 and more passwords will be revealed in a procedure logs.Verbosity level of output.

Plugin procedures

CreateCluster

Create a cluster.

CreateCluster parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Cluster name

Name of the cluster to be created.

Multicast Address

Multicast IP Address.

Multicast Port

Multicast Port.

CreateDomain

Create a domain

CreateDomain parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User Credentials

Credentials of the user(Username and password).

Domain Template

Name and location of the domain template from which you want to create a domain.

Domain Directory

Name of the directory to which you want to write the domain configuration information. .

Listen Address

Server Listen Address.

Listen Port

Server Listen Port.

CreateManagedServer

Create a Managed Server.

CreateManagedServer parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Server name

Name of the managed server to be created.

Listen Address

Server Listen Address.

Listen Port

Server Listen Port.

AddServerToCluster

Add server to cluster.

AddServerToCluster parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Server name

Name of the server which is to be added to cluster.

Cluster name

Name of the cluster in which server is to be added.

DeleteCluster

Delete a cluster.

DeleteCluster parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Cluster name

Name of the cluster to be deleted.

DeleteManagedServer

Delete a Managed Server.

DeleteManagedServer parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Server name

Name of the managed server to be deleted.

StartAdminServer

Starts a WebLogic Admin Server

StartAdminServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Script Location

Absolute path of the startWeblogic script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/path/to/startWeblogic.cmd'. (Required)

Admin Server Instance name

Instance name of the Admin Server to start. i.e: 'AdminServer'. (Required)

Config name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the maximum time in seconds that the job will try to check into the server. Note that the step has a "Time Limit" property, so if this property is set to less than the parameter it will abort the step early. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

StartCluster

Starts a cluster

StartCluster parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Cluster name

Name of the cluster to start. i.e: 'mycluster'.

Timeout

Timeout in seconds for cluster start.

StartManagedServer

Starts a WebLogic Managed Server

StartManagedServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Script Location

Absolute path of the start server script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/path/to/startManagedServer.cmd'. (Required)

Instance name

Instance name of the Managed Server to start. (Required)

Config name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Admin Server URL

URL from the Admin Server (including protocol and port). (Required)

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the maximum time in seconds that the job will try to check into the server. Note that the step has a "Time Limit" property, so if this property is set to less than the parameter it will abort the step early. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

StartNodeManager

Start the WebLogic Node Manager

StartNodeManager parameters

ParameterDescription

Node Manager Script Location

Absolute path of the startNodeManager script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/Oracle/Middleware/wlserver_10.3/server/bin/startNodeManager.cmd'.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the time in seconds that the job wait to test the status of the node manager. Note that the step has a "Time Limit" property, so if this property is set to less than the parameter it will abort the step early. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

StopAdminServer

Stops a WebLogic Admin Server

StopAdminServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Script Location

Absolute path of the stopWeblogic script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/path/to/stopWeblogic.cmd'. (Required)

Config name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

StopCluster

Stops a cluster

StopCluster parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Cluster name

Name of the cluster to stop. i.e: 'mycluster'.

Shutdown Timeout

Timeout in seconds for cluster shutdown.

Force Shutdown?

Value specifying whether WLST should terminate a server instance or a cluster without waiting for the active sessions to complete. This argument defaults to false, indicating that all active sessions must complete before shutdown.

Ignore Sessions?

Value specifying whether WLST should drop all HTTP sessions immediately or wait for HTTP sessions to complete or timeout while shutting down. This argument defaults to false, indicating that all HTTP sessions must complete or timeout.

StopManagedServer

Stops a WebLogic Managed Server

StopManagedServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Script Location

Absolute path of the stop server script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/path/to/stopManagedServer.cmd'. (Required)

Instance name

Instance name of the Managed Server to stop. (Required)

Config name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

StopNodeManager

Stop the WebLogic Node Manager

StopNodeManager parameters

ParameterDescription

Config name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Host name

Host name of Node Manager. This argument defaults to localhost.

Node Manager Port

Port number of Node Manager. This argument defaults to a value that is based on the Node Manager server type, for plain type, defaults to 5556. For rsh type, defaults to 514. For ssh type, defaults to 22. For ssl type, defaults to 5556.

Domain name

Name of the domain that you want to manage. This argument defaults to mydomain.

Domain Path

Path of the domain directory to which you want to save the Node Manager secret file (nm_password.properties) and SerializedSystemIni.dat file. This argument defaults to the directory in which WLST was started.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Node Manage Type

Type of the Node Manager server. This argument defaults to ssl.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the time in seconds that the job wait to test the status of the node manager. Note that the step has a "Time Limit" property, so if this property is set to less than the parameter it will abort the step early. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

SuspendServer

Suspends the provided server

SuspendServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Server name

Name of the server to suspend. (Required)

Ignore Sessions

Boolean value specifying whether WLST should drop all HTTP sessions immediately or wait for HTTP sessions to complete or time out while suspending. This argument defaults to false, indicating that HTTP sessions must complete or time out.

Timeout

Time (in seconds) the WLST waits for the server to complete in-process work before suspending the server. This argument defaults to 0 seconds, indicating that there is no timeout.

Force

Boolean value specifying whether WLST should suspend the server without waiting for active sessions to complete. This argument defaults to false, indicating that all active sessions must complete before suspending the server.

Block

Boolean value specifying whether WLST blocks user interaction until the server is started. This argument defaults to false, indicating that user interaction is not blocked. In this case, WLST returns control to the user after issuing the command and assigns the task MBean associated with the current task to a variable that you can use to check its status. If you are importing WLST as a Jython module, as described in Importing WLST as a Jython Module, block is always set to true.

ResumeServer

Resumes the provided server

ResumeServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Server name

Name of the server to resume. (Required)

Block

Boolean value specifying whether WLST should block user interaction until the server is resumed. This argument defaults to false, indicating that user interaction is not blocked. In this case, WLST returns control to the user after issuing the command and assigns the task MBean associated with the current task to a variable that you can use to check its status. If you are importing WLST as a Jython module, as described in Importing WLST as a Jython Module, block is always set to true.

DeployApp

Deploys or redeploys an application or module

DeployApp parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Application name

Deployment name to assign to a newly-deployed application or standalone module. i.e: 'webapp'.

Is library?

Select this parameter if the application is library.

Application Path

Absolute path of the application to deploy. i.e: '/path/to/webapp.war' or 'c:/mydir/webapp.war'.

Targets

Targets on which to deploy the application or module (comma-separated list of the target servers, clusters, or virtual hosts).

Stage mode

Staging mode for the application you are deploying.

Possible values are: stage, nostage, and external_stage.

If not provided, default stage mode will be used.

See Oracle documentation for details.

Deployment plan path

Path to read a deployment plan (if there is one) or to save a new one from the Deployment plan content parameter.

Plan version

Deployment plan version.

Deployment plan content

A WebLogic Server deployment plan is an XML document that you use to configure an application for deployment to a specific WebLogic Server environment.

Overwrite deployment plan?

If checked, deployment plan will be overwritten, if deployment plan content has been provided and deployment plan file already exists.

This option defaults to false.

Additional options

Comma-separated list of deployment options, specified as name-value pairs.

Refer to WLST deploy documentation (The options, which are not included in this form).

Archive version

Archive version number.

Is used for production redeployment, specifies the application version which is going to be retired, while versionIdentifier specifies a new version.

Archive version stays along with the new one.

Retire gracefully?

Retirement policy to gracefully retire an application only after it has completed all in-flight work.

This policy is only meaningful for stop and redeploy operations and is mutually exclusive to the retire timeout policy.

Retire timeout

Time (in seconds) WLST waits before retiring an application that has been replaced with a newer version.

This option default to -1, which specifies graceful timeout.

Version identifier

Version identifier that is being used by production redeployment. A string, that uniquely identifies the current application version across all versions of the same application.

Upload?

Optional. Boolean value specifying whether the application files are uploaded to the WebLogic Server Administration Server’s upload directory prior to deployment.

Use this option when you are on a different machine from the Administration Server and you cannot copy the deployment files by other means.

This option defaults to false.

Remote?

Boolean value specifying whether the operation will be remote from the file system that contains the source. Use this option when you are on a different machine from the Administration Server and the deployment files are

already at the specified location where the Administration Server is located. This option defaults to false.

UpdateAppConfig

Update a configuration of an already deployed app.

UpdateAppConfig parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Application name

Name of the application which is to be updated.

Application version

Application version to update.

Plan Path

Absolute path to the new deployment plan file.

Deployment Plan Content

Content of the deployment plan. Required, if the file mentioned in "Plan Path" doesn’t exist or empty.

Overwrite deployment plan?

If checked, deployment plan will be overwritten, if deployment plan content has been provided and deployment plan file already exists.

This option defaults to false.

Additional options

Comma-separated list of deployment options, specified as name-value pairs. For example: block=false,createPlan=true

UndeployApp

Stops the deployment unit and removes staged files from target servers.

UndeployApp parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Application name

Name of the application to undeploy. i.e: 'webapp'.

Retire Gracefully? (DEPRECATED)

Retirement policy to gracefully retire an application only after it has completed all in-flight work.

This policy is only meaningful for stop and redeploy operations and is mutually exclusive to the retire timeout policy.

This parameter is DEPRECATED and will be removed in the next release.

Application version

Specifies a single application version to be undeployed. See Requirements and Restrictions for Production Redeployment for reference.

Additional options

Additional options for undeploy API call. (See deploy function for reference).

Give Up on Error?

If checked, any ambiguous situation will be treated as fatal error. Defaults to false.

UpdateApp (DEPRECATED)

Update an already deployed app. (DEPRECATED)

UpdateApp parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Application name

Name of the application which is to be updated.

Plan Path

Name of the new deployment plan file. The filename can be absolute or relative to the application directory.

Additional options

Comma-separated list of deployment options, specified as name-value pairs.

RunDeployer

Runs weblogic.Deployer in a free-mode

RunDeployer parameters

ParameterDescription

Command To Use

The weblogic.Deployer command to use. i.e: '-deploy', '-undeploy', '-stop' or '-listapps'.

Java Parameters

Java parameters to pass. i.e: '-verbose'.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Additional Commands

Additional commands to be entered for weblogic.Deployer.

Java Absolute Path

Absolute path of java. i.e: 'java', 'java.exe' or '/path/to/java'.

Application name

Name of the application to manage. i.e: 'webapp'.

setDomainEnv Script Absolute Path

Absolute path of the setDomainEnv script, including filename and extension. i.e: '/path/to/setDomainEnv.sh' or 'setDomainEnv.cmd'.

weblogic jar Absolute Path

Absolute path of the weblogic jar, needed to run the weblogic.Deployer in a free-mode. In Windows environment, if the jar is already added to the enviroment classpath variable, then is not necesary to include it. In Linux environment you must include the path. i.e: '/path/to/weblogic.jar' or '/root/Oracle/Middleware/wlserver_10.3/server/lib/weblogic.jar'.

StartApp

Starts an application

StartApp parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Application name

Name of the application to start. i.e: 'webapp'.

Application version

Specific application version to be started.

Additional options

Additional options for startApplication API. (See deploy function for reference).

StopApp

Stop an application

StopApp parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Application nameConfiguration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Application name

Name of the application to start. i.e: 'webapp'.

Application version

Specific application version to be stopped.

Additional options

Additional options for stopApplication API. (See deploy function for reference).

CreateOrUpdateDatasource

This procedure creates a new generic JDBC Data Source or updates an existing one based on the update action.

CreateOrUpdateDatasource parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Datasource name

Unique name of the JDBC generic Data Source to be created.

DataSource Driver Class

The full package name of JDBC driver class used to create the physical database connections in the connection pool. (Note that this driver class must be in the classpath of every server to which it is targeted/deployed).

Database URL

The JDBC URL of the database to connect to. The format of the URL varies by JDBC driver. The URL is passed to the JDBC driver to create the physical database connections. These are some examples. jdbc:spssoem:mysql://<host>:<port>;DatabaseName=<database> jdbc:spssoem:oracle://<host>:<port>;SID=<database>[;AuthenticationMethod=kerberos].

JNDI name

The JNDI path to where this Datasource is bound. For example jdbc/MYDS By default, the JNDI name is the name of the Datasource. Applications that look up the JNDI path will get a "javax.sql.Datasource" instance that corresponds to this Datasource.

Datasource Credentials

Username and password for the Database.

Database name

Name of the Database/Default Schema to which the Database connection is to. Note that this may be relevant to MySQL (for example) and in general may not be necessary for all Databases. Further this name can be mentioned as part of the JDBC URL above. There is as such no need to use this parameter if it is already defined in the JDBC URL like above.

JDBC Driver Properties

The list of properties passed to the JDBC driver that are used to create physical database connections. For example: server=dbserver1. List each property=value pair on a separate line.Note:For security reasons, when WebLogic Server is running in production mode, you cannot specify database passwords in this properties list. Data source deployment will fail if a password is specified in the properties list. To override this security check, use the command line argument "weblogic.management.allowClearTextPasswords" when starting the server.

Target Server List

A list of comma separated list of Servers on which the Data Source should be targeted. If targets are not specified, Data Source will be created but not deployed.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a DataSource with the same name exists

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing DataSource and recreate it based on new parameters passed.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing DataSource credentials and Server Target List.

Additional options

Use this option to specify optional parameters for example initial pool size, min pool size, max pool size, validation SQL etc.

DeleteDatasource

Deletes a Datasource

DeleteDatasource parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Datasource name

The unique name that identifies this Datasource in the WebLogic domain to delete it.

CreateDatasource (DEPRECATED)

Creates a Datasource (DEPRECATED)

CreateDatasource parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Datasource name

A unique name that identifies this Datasource in the WebLogic domain.

Database

The database used by the Datasource.

Server Instance

Instance name of the Server to include the Datasource. i.e: 'AdminServer'.

Datasource JNDI

The JNDI path to where this Datasource is bound. By default, the JNDI name is the name of the Datasource. Applications that look up the JNDI path will get a "javax.sql.Datasource" instance that corresponds to this Datasource.

Datasource Driver Class

The full package name of JDBC driver class used to create the physical database connections in the connection pool. (Note that this driver class must be in the classpath of any server to which it is deployed).

Datasource URL

The URL of the database to connect to. The format of the URL varies by JDBC driver. The URL is passed to the JDBC driver to create the physical database connections.

Database User

The user to connect to the database.

Database Password

The password attribute passed to the JDBC driver when creating physical database connections. The value is stored in an encrypted form in the descriptor file and when displayed on the Administration Console.

CreateOrUpdateConnectionFactory

Creates or updates Connection Factory

CreateOrUpdateConnectionFactory parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Connection Factory name

Unique name of the Connection Factory that is created.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the Connection Factory is created.

Subscription Sharing Policy

The Connection Factory Subscription Sharing Policy Subscribers can be used to control which subscribers can access new subscriptions.Values can be either Sharable or Exclusive.

Client ID Policy

The Client ID Policy indicates whether more than one JMS connection can use the same Client ID. Oracle recommends setting the Client ID policy to Unrestricted if sharing durable subscribers. Subscriptions created with different Client ID policies are always treated as independent subscriptions.

JNDI name

JNDI Name is used to lookup the Connection factory using JNDI lookup. If the connection factory is created without passing this parameter, it can be only used in an Application Scoped context.

Maximum Messages per Session

This limit specifies the number of messages that can be queued for an asynchronous session. Default value is 10.

XA Connection Factory Enabled?

Indicates if this connection factory should create XA queues and XA topics in order to accommodate JTA aware transactions. Default is Yes.

Subdeployment name

Name of Subdeployment. Required only if you do not want default targeting and instead want to use advanced targeting.

Target WLS Instance List

Comma delimited set of Weblogic Server instances (Standalone or cluster) to which the Connection Factory would be targeted to.

Required only if Subdeployment Name is specified.

Target JMS Server List

Comma delimited set of JMS Servers to which the Connection Factory would be targeted to. Required only if Subdeployment Name is specified.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a Connection Factory with the same name exists:

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing Connection Factory and recreate it based on new parameters passed.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing Connection Factory. The parameters for selective update are JNDI Name and Subdeployment Name .

Additional options

Use this option to pass related parameters that pertain to Delivery, Client, Transaction or Flow Control. E.g., DefaultDeliveryParams.DefaultPriority=5 . Several options are separated by a newline:

DefaultDeliveryParams.DefaultPriority=5 FlowControlParams.FlowMaximum=500 FlowControlParams.FlowControlEnabled=true

CreateOrUpdateJMSModule

Creates or updates JMS Module

CreateOrUpdateJMSModule parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Module name

Unique name of the JMS system Module to be created or updated.

Target WLS Instance List

Comma delimited set of Weblogic Server instances (Standalone or cluster) to which the JMS system module would be deployed.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a JMS Module with the same name exists:

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing JMS Module and recreate it based on new parameters passed.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing JMS Module. In this case Target WLS List will be updated.

CreateOrUpdateJMSModuleSubdeployment

Creates or updates JMS Module Subdeployment

CreateOrUpdateJMSModuleSubdeployment parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Module name

Unique name of the JMS Module in which the Sub-Deployment should be created. Note that this module should exist already for this Procedure to succeed.

Subdeployment name

Name of the Subdeployment to be created or updated.

Target WLS Instance List

1 or more comma separated list of Servers or Clusters that constitute the Sub-Deployment. In essence a Sub-Deployment provides a way to group multiple targets to which JMS Resources can be created on.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a JMS Subdeployment with the same name exists : Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen. Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing JMS Subdeployment and recreate it based on new parameters passed. Selective Update - The procedure would update target servers for the existing JMS Subdeployment.

CreateOrUpdateJMSQueue

Creates or updates JMS Queue

CreateOrUpdateJMSQueue parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Queue name

Unique name of the JMS Queue Name that is going to be created or updated.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the JMS Queue is created. If there is already a JMS Queue with the specified name, it will be updated. The specified JMS Module should exist, if the module does not exist, the procedure will fail.

JNDI name

JNDI Name is used to lookup the JMS Queue using JNDI lookup. If the JMS Queue is created without passing this parameter, it can be only used in an Application Scoped context.

Subdeployment name

Name of Subdeployment. Required in order to deploy the Queue. If this is not specified the Queue will not be usable.

Target JMS Server

JMS Server to which the Topic would be targeted to. Required only if Subdeployment Name is specified.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a JMS Queue with the same name exists

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing JMS Queue and recreate it based on new parameters passed. If Subdeployment name is provided, the subdeployment will be removed and created too.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing JMS Queue. The parameters for selective update are JNDI Name and Subdeployment Name . The targeting for Subdeployment will not be changed.

Additional options

Use this option to specify general or advanced parameters, message thresholds and quota, message delivery overrides, message logging and message delivery failure options, e.g., MaximumMessageSize=1024 . Parameters should be in the form of key=value pairs. Group and property name are separated by '.'. Several options are separated by a newline, e.g.

MessageLoggingParams.MessageLoggingEnabled=false DeliveryFailureParams.RedeliveryLimit=3

CreateOrUpdateJMSServer

Creates or updates JMS Server

CreateOrUpdateJMSServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Server name

Unique name of the JMS Server to be created or updated.

Target WLS Instance

The WLS Instance (Standalone or Cluster) to which this Server should be targeted. However note if this is not specified the JMS Server is not usable.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a JMS Module with the same name exists

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing JMS Module and recreate it based on new parameters passed.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing JMS Module. The only parameter for update will be Target WLS Instance .

CreateOrUpdateJMSTopic

Creates or updates JMS Topic

CreateOrUpdateJMSTopic parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Topic name

Unique name of the JMS Topic that is going to be created or updated.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the JMS Topic is created. If there is already a JMS Topic with the specified name, it will be updated.

JNDI name

JNDI Name is used to lookup the JMS Topic using JNDI lookup. If the JMS Topic is created without passing this parameter, it can be only used in an Application Scoped context.

Subdeployment name

Name of Subdeployment. Required in order to deploy the Topic. If this is not specified the Topic will not be usable.

Target JMS Server

JMS Server to which the Topic would be targeted to. Required only if Subdeployment Name is specified.

Update Action

This parameter controls as to what the Update Action should be when a JMS Topic with the same name exists:

Do Nothing (Default) - The procedure will take no action upon an update (i.e., will be a NO-OP), if this option is chosen.

Remove and Create - The procedure would remove existing JMS Topic and recreate it based on new parameters passed. If subdeployment name is specified, it will be recreated too.

Selective Update - The procedure would update existing JMS Topic. The parameters for selective update are JNDI Name and Subdeployment Name .

Additional options

Use this option to specify general or advanced parameters, message thresholds and quota, message delivery overrides, message logging and message delivery failure options, topic multicast parameters. Parameters should be in the form of key=value pairs. Group and property name are separated by '.'. E.g., Multicast.MulticastTimeToLive=5 . Several options are separated by a newline:

MessagingPerformancePreference=30 DeliveryFailureParams.RedeliveryLimit=5

DeleteConnectionFactory

Deletes Connection Factory

DeleteConnectionFactory parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Connection Factory name

Unique name of the Connection Factory that is going to be deleted. If the Connection Factory with the specified name does not exist, the procedure will fail.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the Connection Factory was created.

DeleteJMSModule

Deletes JMS Module

DeleteJMSModule parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Module name

Unique name of the JMS Module that needs to be deleted.

DeleteJMSModuleSubdeployment

Deletes JMS Module Subdeployment

DeleteJMSModuleSubdeployment parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Module name

Unique name of the JMS Module in which the Sub-Deployment should be created. Note that this module should exist already for this Procedure to succeed.

Subdeployment name

Name of the Subdeployment to be created or updated.

DeleteJMSQueue

Deletes JMS Queue

DeleteJMSQueue parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Queue name

Unique name of the JMS Queue that needs to be deleted. If JMS Queue with the specified name does not exist, the procedure will fail.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the JMS Queue was created.

DeleteJMSServer

Deletes JMS Server

DeleteJMSServer parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Server name

Unique name of the JMS Server that needs to deleted. If the server with the specified name does not exist, the procedure will fail.

DeleteJMSTopic

Deletes JMS Topic

DeleteJMSTopic parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

JMS Topic name

Unique name of the JMS Topic that is going to be deleted. If JMS Topic with the specified name does not exist in the JMS Module, the procedure will fail.

JMS Module name

Name of the JMS module in which the JMS Topic was created.

CreateUser

Create a user

CreateUser parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User Credentials

User credentials(Username and password).

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

User Description

Description about the user.

Overwrite Existing User

If enabled it will delete already existing user of the same name and recreate new user.

CreateGroup

Create a group

CreateGroup parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Group name

Name of the group to be created.

Domain name

Name of the group domain.

Realm name

Name of the group realm.

Group Description

Description about the group.

Overwrite Existing Group

If enabled it will delete already existing group of the same name and recreate new group.

AddUserToGroup

Add a user to group.

AddUserToGroup parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User name

Name of the user to be added.

Group name

Name of the group in which user is to be added.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

ChangeUserPassword

Change password of a user.

ChangeUserPassword parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Old User Credentials

Old user credentials(username and password).

New User Credentials

New user credentials(Username and password). Username should be same as username in old credentials.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

RemoveUserFromGroup

Remove a user from group.

RemoveUserFromGroup parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User name

Name of the user to be removed.

Group name

Name of the group from which user is to be removed.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

ConfigureUserLockoutManager

Configure User Lockout Manager.

ConfigureUserLockoutManager parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Lockout Threshold

The maximum number of consecutive invalid login attempts that can occur before a user’s account is locked out. Minimum value: 1, Maximum value: 2147483647.

Lockout Duration

The number of minutes that a user’s account is locked out. Minimum value: 0, Maximum value: 2147483647.

Lockout Enabled

Specifies whether the server locks users out when there are invalid login attempts on their account.

UnlockUserAccount

Unlock an user account.

UnlockUserAccount parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Server nameConfiguration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User name

Name of the user whose account is to be unlocked.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

DeleteGroup

Delete a group

DeleteGroup parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

Group name

Name of the group to be deleted.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

DeleteUser

Delete a user

DeleteUser parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

User name

Name of the user to be deleted.

Domain name

Name of the user domain.

Realm name

Name of the user realm.

CheckClusterStatus

Check the status of the given server cluster name.

CheckClusterStatus parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the maximum time in seconds that the job will try to check into the cluster. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

Success criteria

Indicates the expected correct result to be obtained when running checking the cluster.

Cluster name

Indicates the name of the cluster to be checked.

CheckServerStatus

Check the status of the given server URL

CheckServerStatus parameters

ParameterDescription

Configuration name

Name of the configuration to be used. URL, port and credentials are retrieved from the given configuration.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the maximum time in seconds that the job will try to check into the server. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

Success criteria

Indicates the expected correct result to be obtained when running checking the server.

Instance name

Indicates the name of the instance to be checked.

RunWLST

Runs Jython scripts using weblogic.WLST

RunWLST parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Script File Absolute Path

Absolute path of a Jython script containing the desired job. The path is used only if 'Supplied File' is selected in the 'Script File Source' parameter. i.e: '/path/to/scriptfile.jython'.

Script File Source

Indicates the source of the script file to execute. Either a existent file in the path defined in the 'scriptfile' parameter OR a new one using the code specified in scriptfile parameter.

Script File

Content of the script file to run if 'New Script File' option is chosen in the 'Script File Source' parameter.

Additional Commands

Additional commands to be entered for weblogic.WLST.

Additional Environment Vairables

Additional environment variables as comma separated key-value pairs. For example: JAVA_HOME ⇒ '/path/to/java/home', other_env ⇒ 'myenv'

weblogic jar Absolute Path

Absolute path of the weblogic jar, needed to run the run Jython scripts using weblogic.WLST. In Windows environment, if the jar is already added to the enviroment classpath variable, then is not necesary to include it. In Linux environment you must include the path. i.e: '/path/to/weblogic.jar' or '/root/Oracle/Middleware/wlserver_10.3/server/lib/weblogic.jar'.

CreateTemplate

Creates a domain template from the existing domain.

CreateTemplate parameters

ParameterDescription

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

Domain Directory

Name of the domain directory from which you want to create the template.

Template name

Name (use .jar extension) and location of the domain template to store the domain configuration information. A domain template is a JAR file that contains domain configuration documents, applications, security data, startup scripts, and other information needed to create a WebLogic domain.

CheckPageStatus

Check the status of a page on a given URL

CheckPageStatus parameters

ParameterDescription

Credentials to be entered

The credentials needed to check the status of the page.

Maximum elapsed time

Defines the maximum time in seconds that the job will try to check into the server. Blank implies no wait time (URL only checked one time).

Target URL

URL of the page to be checked. (Required)

Success criteria

Indicates the expected correct result to be obtained when running checking the server.

Discover

This procedure connects to a Weblogic environment, discovers objects specified by user and creates a Weblogic plugin configuration and an Application/Environment model in CloudBees CD based on objects discovered.

Discover parameters

ParameterDescription

Resource name

Name of the CloudBees CD resource that represents the WebLogic environment that needs to be discovered.

Resource Hostname

Hostname of a machine with WebLogic and CloudBees CD Agent running on it. Either Resource hostname (and port) or Resource Name should be specified.

Resource Port

Port of CloudBees CD agent running on the machine. Default is 7800.

Oracle Home

Installation path of the WebLogic server, e.g. /home/oracle. Not required if WLST Path parameter is specified.

WLST Path

Absolute Path to WLST utility. If not provided, the procedure will look for it, in known locations. Not required if Oracle Home is specified.

Weblogic Connection Hostname

Hostname to connect to WebLogic instance. Localhost by default.

Weblogic Connection Protocol

Protocol to connect to WebLogic instance. T3 by default.

WebLogic Credentials

Username and password to connect to WebLogic server.

Environment Project name

If specified will create Project for the Environment.

Environment name

If specified, will be used to create CloudBees CD environment.

Application Project name

Project name to create Application based on discovered objects.

Application name

Application for placing discovered objects.

Object Names

Objects to be retrieved from the WL Server in type:name pairs, e.g. AppDeployment:HelloWorld. For JMS Resource the name of the resource should be prefixed by JMS Module Name: helloJMSModule:helloQueue.

The list of Object Names can be found in the .csv report generated by this procedure.

The list of supported object types:

* AppDeployment

* Library

* Server

* Cluster

* Datasource

* Queue

* Topic

* JMSResource

* JMSServer

* ConnectionFactory

* User

* Group

ConfigurationParametersHolder

ConfigurationParametersHolder

ConfigurationParametersHolder parameters

ParameterDescription

WebLogic URL

URL of WebLogic Server (must include protocol, server and port). Two protocols are supported: t3 and t3s, e.g. t3://weblogic:7001.

WLST script absolute path

Absolute path to WLST. i.e: '/path/to/wlst.cmd' or 'wlst.sh'. Setting this path will make applying the equal param in procedures unnecessary. NOTE: You need to install the agent to the machine that has access to the WLST script at least.

JAVA_HOME

JAVA_HOME environment variable, i.e. path to bin, where java executable is located. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances. If this option is set, JAVA_VENDOR should be also set.

JAVA_VENDOR

JAVA_VENDOR environment variable, use it to specify java vendor. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances. If this option is set, the option JAVA_HOME should be also set.

MW_HOME

MW_HOME environment variable, use it to specify WebLogic Home directory. This variable will be set every time procedure runs for the job environment. Warning: the behaviour of the procedure can become unpredictable, if the same resource is shared across multiple EF instances.

Login as

Username and password to connect to WebLogic server.

Enable named sessions?

If checked, each WebLogic edit session will have unique name assigned. Named sessions are not supported by WebLogic server prior to 12 version. Defaults to false.

Test connection resource

A resource which is used for the testing connection.

Debug level

Debug level, higher debug level - more debug messages. Warning: on debug level 10 and more passwords will be revealed in a procedure logs.Verbosity level of output.

Release notes

EC-WebLogic 3.6.1

  • Upgraded HttpClient library to v4.5.13.

  • Added session validation

EC-WebLogic 3.6.0

  • Added support for the new plugin configurations.

EC-WebLogic 3.5.3

  • Fixed Open Redirect Vulnerability and XSS, cookie stealing.

EC-WebLogic 3.5.2

  • The documentation has been migrated to the main site.

EC-WebLogic 3.5.1

  • Rebranding from "CloudBees Flow" to "CloudBees CD".

EC-WebLogic 3.5.0

  • Add checking connection while creating a configuration.

  • Jobs for the successful "CreateConfiguration" and "EditConfiguration" run is now preserved.

  • Add logging while running "CreateConfiguration".

EC-WebLogic 3.4.3

  • Renaming from "Electric Cloud" to "CloudBees"

EC-WebLogic 3.4.2

  • Configurations can be created by users with "@" sign in a name.

EC-WebLogic 3.4.1

  • Fixed the issue with lost output parameters for 9.0. Upon upgrade or clean install of 9.0 output parameters were not created for the plugin’s procedures.

EC-WebLogic 3.4.0

  • Introduced the following 2 new procedures <ul> <li>"CreateorUpdateDataSource" to support Data Source management.</li> <li>"Discover" procedure to support the discovery functionality where in an EF model can be created from an existing Weblogic environment.</li> </ul>

  • Modified DeleteDataSource procedure

  • Old procedure CreateDataSource is deprecated

EC-WebLogic 3.3.0

  • Added support for JMS Resource Management by adding the following procedures: <ul> <li>CreateOrUpdateJMSServer</li> <li>DeleteJMSServer</li> <li>CreateOrUpdateJMSModule</li> <li>DeleteJMS Module</li> <li>CreateOrUpdateConnectionFactory</li> <li>DeleteConnectionFactory</li> <li>CreateOrUpdateJMSQueue</li> <li>DeleteJMSQueue</li> <li>CreateOrUpdateJMSTopic</li> <li>DeleteJMSTopic</li> <li>CreateOrUpdateJMSModuleSubdeployment</li> <li>DeleteJMSModuleSubdeployment</li> </ul>

EC-WebLogic 3.2.4

  • Configured the plugin to allow the ElectricFlow UI to render the plugin procedure parameters entirely using the configured form XMLs.

  • Enabled the plugin for managing the plugin configurations in-line when defining an application process step or a pipeline stage task.

EC-WebLogic 3.2.3

  • UpdateApp procedure has been marked as deprecated.

  • Following procedures have been added: <ul> <li>UpdateAppConfig</li> <li>StartCluster</li> <li>StopCluster</li> <li>CheckClusterStatus</li> </ul>

  • Additional parameters have been added to the following procedures: <ul> <li>StartApp</li> <li>StopApp</li> <li>UndeployApp</li> <li>DeployApp</li> </ul>

  • Checkbox "Retire Gracefully?" from UndeployApp procedure has been marked as deprecated and will be removed in the next release.

  • DeployApp does redeployment if application already exists.

  • StartApp and StopApp have been improved and warning is being thrown if application is already in the desired state.

  • StartCluster and StopCluster have been improved and warning is being thrown if cluster is already in the desired state.

  • Support of named edit sessions (concurrent edit sessions) has been added. If WebLogic server doesn’t have support of the named edit sessions, warning will be thrown.

  • MW_HOME environment variable has been added to the plugin configuration.

EC-WebLogic 3.2.2

  • Added missing documentation.

  • Fixed multiline inputs for textareas in CreateUser and CreateGroup procedures.

  • Fixed issue with CreateUser and DeleteUser procedure when credentials was not found.

  • Cleanup was performed.

EC-WebLogic 3.2.1

  • A lot of minor improvements and bugfixes.

  • <ul> <p>Added the following new procedures:</p> <li>Add Server to Cluster</li> <li>Add User to Group</li> <li>Change User Password</li> <li>Configure User Lockout Manager</li> <li>Create Cluster</li> <li>Create Domain</li> <li>Create Group</li> <li>Create Template</li> <li>Create User</li> <li>Delete Cluster</li> <li>Delete Group</li> <li>Delete User</li> <li>Remove User from Group</li> <li>Unlock User Account</li> <li>Update App</li> </ul>

EC-WebLogic 3.0.1

  • Fixed issue with configurations being cached for IE.

EC-WebLogic 3.0.0

  • Refactored the CheckPageStatus, CheckServerStatus, CreateDataSource, DeleteDataSource, DeployApp, RunWLST, StartApp, StopApp, and UndeployApp procedures.

  • Added link to plugin Configuration Page in plugin step panels.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.7

  • Fixed the manifest file.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.6

  • Fixed typos in references to the createDataSource and deleteDataSource files in the manifest.pl so that the files are included correctly in the plugin jar.

  • Fixed errors in the createDataSource procedure.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.5

  • Added four procedures to create datasources, delete datasources, suspend a server, and resume a server.

  • Fixed minor bugs.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.4

  • Procedure names were changed in the step picker section.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.3

  • Added a parameter in the start and stop server procedures to determine the maximum time in seconds to test the status of the server.

  • Created two procedures to start and stop the Node Manager.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.2

  • Changes to Help files.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.1

  • Upgrade to use the new Parameter Form XML.

  • Added a link directly to the new Help file.

EC-WebLogic 2.0.0

  • New Help Page Format.

  • Add new Parameter Panels for each procedure.

  • Add the <b>weblogic jar Absolute Path</b> parameter to the DeployApp, UndeployApp, StartApp, StopApp, RunDeployer and RunWLST procedures. It is required to a Linux environment to load WebLogic libreries.

EC-WebLogic 1.1.3

  • Add the <b>Administration Server URL</b> parameter to the StartManagedServer procedure.

  • Fixed minor issues.

EC-WebLogic 1.1.1

  • Fix issue affecting workspace setting.

EC-WebLogic 1.1.0

  • Add the CheckPageStatus procedure.

  • Modify the CheckServerProcedure procedure. CURL is not needed and parameters were changed.

  • Fix minor bugs.

  • Remove the CURL dependency.

  • Add new postp matchers.

EC-WebLogic 1.0.2

  • Fixed minor bug on Configuration List page.

EC-WebLogic 1.0.1

  • Procedures that have only one step are executed using Perl directly.

  • Credentials in the StartManagedServer procedure must be stored in a boot.properties file.

EC-WebLogic 1.0.0

  • First release.