A project is a group of providers connections to WebLogic Administration Servers, WebLogic Deploy Tooling (WDT) models, WDT composite models, or property lists.
Open File > New Project.
Enter a name for the project and click OK. The new project will appear in the Kiosk. Next, you’ll add a provider to the project.
Expand the Kiosk and beside the project name, click ⋮. Select one of the following options to add provider:
Visit Provider types for more information on each of the providers.
Fill in the required details.
Click OK to save add the provider to your project.
Add more providers to your project.
You can add as many providers to a project as you want. You can also create multiple projects to intelligently organize providers as needed. Furthermore, you can add the same providers into different projects if you need to.
If you plan to edit WDT model files, it’s recommended that you use the desktop application over the browser.
You can create multiple projects in the WebLogic Remote Console, each with different domain connections or WDT model files, or both.
To switch to another project, open the File menu and select Switch to project. Choose the project you want to switch to.
You can edit a project and its connections at any time.
To add connections to a project, expand the Kiosk and click ⋮.
To rename a project, open the File menu and select Rename current-project.
To edit the details of a connection, expand the Kiosk and select the icon beside the connection you want to edit.
If you’re using the WebLogic Remote Console across several computers, exporting a project is a convenient way to share a project across multiple computers.
If your project contains a WDT model file, make sure the location of the WDT model file is accessible to all the computers where this project will be imported to.
WebLogic Remote Console creates a JSON file with the project details that you can import into other instances of WebLogic Remote Console
You can import the project details of a previously created project to rapidly ramp up productivity in a new installation of WebLogic Remote Console.
The imported project will automatically become the current project loaded in the WebLogic Remote Console.
To delete a project, open the File menu and select Delete Project. Choose the project you want to delete.