We encourage you to stay up to date with the latest version of the WebLogic Remote Console since it is regularly updated to work with the latest versions of WebLogic Server, including patches.
The WebLogic Remote Console extension is periodically updated to incorporate new functionality. When upgrading the WebLogic Remote Console, check to see if there’s a newer version of the extension available so you can enjoy all of the newest features.
Delete and replace any previous versions of the extension. Keeping multiple versions of the extension installed can lead to unexpected behavior.
The current version is
To check for newer versions of the desktop application, go to Help > Check For Updates. If a newer version is available, a dialog box will open where you can choose to go to the GitHub webpage for the latest WebLogic Remote Console release. If you’re already on the latest version, no further action is required.
If you regularly use
config.json to customize the default connection settings of the WebLogic Remote Console, consider backing up
config.json in a separate location to easily restore it following the upgrade.
If you’re on Windows and upgrading from 2.2.0 or earlier, the upgrade may fail when attempting to uninstall the previous version. To fix it, edit the
PATH environment variable to ensure that
%SystemRoot%\system32 is the first entry that contains the
find command, then retry the upgrade.