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WebLogic and HP OO Integration - java.net.MalformedURLException: Unsupported protocl: http

Has anyone had any experience with Weblogic integration in OO?


Running OO 9.05 with CP9. Weblogic server is version 10.3.5.


I'm trying to execute just a basic flow to query information (flows are in Accelerator Packs=>Application Servers=>BEA WebLogic=>Information Gathering. For example Query Configuration Manager. The inputs seem basic - host, port, protocol,username, password.



I can login fine from a browser to the Weblogic server http://a.b.c.d:7001/console


The problem I'm running into seems to be with protocol.  The description for this input is

     protocol -  The protocol to connect to the weblogic server, such as t3, http.


I have specified http, HTTP, 80, 'http', "http"  as well as combinations for what should be other good protocols, such as t3. However, when using http for protocol, I continually get the error

     exception=java.net.MalformedURLException: Unsupported protocl: http


Anyone ever seen this message or dealt with anything like this? I hope it's just something simple.


The second part of the question may be related - I have the latest Content Pack loaded  (CP9), yet the folder for flows is under a "BEA Weblogic" directory.  Oracle bought BEA and the product became Oracle Weblogic back in 2008, 4 years ago. I'm just wondering if these flows are all obsolete (although they're not in the Deprecated folder).


Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks





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Hello Dean,

This question appears to be related to a bug/problem.  If it is still an issue could you please open up an OO Support case and we will take it form there.  Also, please include that this was from the forums as we will place the ticket information in this post for future reference.

Thank you,

Jason Cantrell

HP Support
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