How to mount CQ5 as virtual repository into oracle Weblogic portal server 10.x
Senast uppdaterad den May 02, 2021 07:13:10 PM GMT
What has to be done to mount CQ5 as virtual repository into oracle Weblogic portal server 10.x?
- Uncomment the RMI parameters in
- Start CQ5 from a terminal with the RMI JVM options, for example
java -Xmx512m -Djava.rmi.hostname=[HOST] -jar cq-author.jar
- Configure Oracle Weblogic according the corresponding Oracle Weblogic documentation with the following property values:
- host -> [HOST]
- port -> 1234
- bounding -> crx
- workspace -> crx.default
- Copy the following JAR files from the CRX lib folder (..WEB-INF/lib) to the lib folder of the Weblogic domain.
<enforce-valid-basic-auth-credentials>false</enforce-valid-basic-auth-credentials>as last element of the
<security-configuration>tag in the Oracle Weblogic domains config (/config.xml).
- restart Oracle Weblogic
Note: There is a known Bug in Oracle Weblogic 10.2 (some classes are missing)
Note: It's also possible to use JNDI instead of RMI if both Webapps run in the same SE (see Oracle Weblogic documentation).
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