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How to discover Web Services using J2EE WebLogic by JMX?

Hello there,

 

We have UCMDB 10.20 and trying to discover Web Services running on WebLogic application server. When we run J2EE WebLogic by JMX the discovery job does not create any Web Services CI. Also we checked the UDDI registry and any web service registered to UDDI by default. So UDDI Registry discovery job is not an option for us. 

 

Does any body have any experience discovering web services?

 

Kind regards.

 

Taylan

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Re: How to discover Web Services using J2EE WebLogic by JMX?

Check the trigger TQL to confirm that the job will run.

Also versify the credentials

 

Does the Job return any errors?

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Re: How to discover Web Services using J2EE WebLogic by JMX?

Hello,

 

Thank you for your reply. The discovery job has run properly. It has only ignored CIs warnings, also credentials are correct.

 

Any other idea?

 

Kind regards.

 

Taylan

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Re: How to discover Web Services using J2EE WebLogic by JMX?

What is the version of WebLogic?

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Re: How to discover Web Services using J2EE WebLogic by JMX?

Weblogic versions in the environment are 10.x and 12.x. 

 

 

 

 

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