This page lists the limitations and known issues (and their workarounds if available) of the WebLogic Remote Console.
In the current release of WebLogic Remote Console, you are unable to:
Issue The font sizes in the WebLogic Remote Console are governed by the Oracle JET Redwood style. They are larger than the ones used in the WebLogic Server Administration Console, and the entry fields are a bit larger in height and width. As a result, the overall viewing area inside your web browser’s viewport (the portion where all the web content appears), needs to be of a minimum size to have an enjoyable experience using the WebLogic Remote Console.
We have determined that the recommended minimum web browser viewport size is 1592 x 900 pixels. If you resize your web browser to be smaller than 1592 x 900 pixels, then scroll bars appear when the mouse hovers over certain areas. However, some form data may still not be visible until the web browser’s viewport height is at least 900 pixels.
Workaround Ensure that the browser viewport is set to the recommended minimum. If those values are not available, you can also adjust the Zoom setting to 80%.
The WebLogic Remote Console includes the vast majority of the MBean properties that the WebLogic Server Administration Console supports. However, because of limitations in the WebLogic REST API, some are missing, including some that are deprecated. If you notice that there is an MBean property that you require that is not available in the WebLogic Remote Console, please let us know.
Issue There are separate lists for each type of security provider (such as authentication providers, role mapping providers, authorization providers, and so on). When you have more than one security provider in a list, WebLogic Server invokes them in the order that they appear in the list. Sometimes the order is important (for example, you want the server to try the local fast authentication provider before the slow remote one).
Currently, the WebLogic Remote Console doesn’t explicitly let you reorder the lists.
Workaround To reorder providers, you can delete and recreate them. For example, if the list of authentication providers has A then B, and you want to switch it to B then A, delete A and recreate it. New providers are always added to the end of the list.