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Review system requirements

The WebLogic Remote Console supports the following platforms:

  • Linux (64 bit only)
    • Ubuntu 14.04 and later
    • Fedora 24 and later
      • Oracle Linux 7 and later
    • Debian 8 and later
  • macOS
    • macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or later (64-bit Intel)
  • Windows (64 bit only)
    • Windows 7 and later

The WebLogic Remote Console desktop application is based on the Electron framework.

Install the WebLogic Remote Console

  1. Uninstall any previous versions of the WebLogic Remote Console from your computer.
  2. Download the WebLogic Remote Console. Go to and download the installer for your operating system.
  3. Run the installer.
  4. Optional: Install the WebLogic Remote Console extension in the WebLogic Server domain. The WebLogic Remote Console extension provides additional functionality when using the WebLogic Remote Console to manage WebLogic domains.
    1. Create a management-services-ext directory under the domain home.
    2. Download the latest WebLogic Remote Console extension, console-rest-ext-5.0.war, from and save it inside the management-services-ext directory you created in the previous step. If you have an earlier version of the extension already downloaded, delete it and replace it with the latest version.
    3. Reboot the Administration Server if it is already running.
  5. Launch the WebLogic Remote Console application.

The WebLogic Remote Console is also available as a browser application. However, the browser application has significant limitations compared to the desktop version and should be used only when it’s not possible to install the desktop application. Expand Using the WebLogic Remote Console browser application for further details.

Using the WebLogic Remote Console browser application

Connect to a provider

The WebLogic Remote Console supports providers that connect to WebLogic Server Administration Servers and providers that edit WebLogic Deploy Tooling (WDT) model files and property lists.

  1. Open the WebLogic Remote Console.

  2. Add a provider from the Startup Tasks dialog box. Or, if it doesn’t appear, expand the Kiosk and click ⋮. The following providers are available:

    • Add Admin Server Connection Provider (the Administration Server must be running)
    • Add WDT Model File Provider
    • Add WDT Composite Model File Provider
    • Add Property List Provider
    • Create Provider for New WDT Model File
    • Create Provider for New Property List

    See Provider types for more information.

    You can organize providers into Projects that persist when you close and reopen the application. See Projects for more information.

  3. Add more providers to the project. Click ⋮ beside the project name and select a provider type.

  4. Select a provider from the Kiosk.

  5. Start reviewing or editing the domain configuration.

Next steps