Viewing JNDI Objects on Weblogic

Hi All,

You can monitor your deployments by viewing the JNDI tree from the WebLogic Server Administration Console. The JNDI tree will open in a separate browser window when you perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Servers node to expand it and expose the names of the servers currently being administered through the console.
  2. Click the name of the server whose JNDI tree you want to view.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the Configuration pane, and
  4. Click the “View JNDI Tree” link.

The JNDI tree will appear in a new browser window. You can click on an individual object name to view information about its bind name and hash code.

[Note] Sometime we face issues like JNDI NameNotFound, in that case try to re-target the JNDI resource on the Admin server or Managed Nodes on Weblogic.

Hope this helps.


Thanks
R Vashi

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