This section provides answers to frequently asked questions about the WebLogic Remote Console.
Yes, you can. First, make sure that the domain’s administration server is publicly accessible so the WebLogic Remote Console can establish a connection to the administration server. Then, in the WebLogic Remote Console, enter your credentials and the publicly accessible URL for the WebLogic Administration Server.
Yes, you can connect to other cloud providers. You’ll need to make sure the domain’s administration server is publicly accessible to allow a connection between the WebLogic Remote Console and the cloud provider. Then, in the WebLogic Remote Console, enter your credentials and the publicly accessible URL for the WebLogic Administration Server.
Visit your cloud providers' documentation for more specific instructions on how to expose the endpoint of the WebLogic Server.
Yes. For details on how to set up access to WebLogic Server domains running on Kubernetes, see Use the WebLogic Remote Console in the WebLogic Kubernetes Operator User Guide.
Yes. The WebLogic Remote Console uses the same configuration mechanisms used by the WebLogic Server Administration Console. You can make changes to your domain using any of these methods: Administration Console, WebLogic Remote Console, JMX, REST, WLST, and so on - they’re all compatible. However, it’s not recommended that you use multiple methods simultaneously since that may cause conflicts and unexpected behavior.
You can use WebLogic Remote Console with WebLogic Server 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, or 126.96.36.199.
It’s recommended that you keep WebLogic Remote Console up to date as it is updated to work with the latest versions of WebLogic Server, including patches. However, it’s not required. Older versions of the WebLogic Remote Console will continue to work with newer versions WebLogic Server.
Note that if new fields or new beans were added as part of the WebLogic Server update, outdated versions of the WebLogic Remote Console will not detect those fields.
No, the WebLogic Remote Console accesses the WebLogic Administration Server through its standard REST API, which is available out of the box. However, since your desktop will be accessing potentially sensitive data, you need to make sure it is protected and secure - just like the WebLogic Administration Console.