v1.9.2 | Released on 2021.04.26

I. Getting Started

WL-OPC (WLSDM OPERATION CENTER) is the central Operation and Notification system that enables to manage and monitor Oracle WebLogic Server infrastructures and Oracle Fusion Middleware domains such as Oracle ADF, SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus (OSB), Business Intelligence (OBIEE), E-Business Suite (EBS)... etc.

   Having 5+ production environments Oracle WebLogic domains can be difficult to manage and operate by considering their non-production environments. WL-OPC offers standard and clean middleware operations to manage complex and huge Oracle FMW environments

Monitor, Manage, Organize and Bulk Update: Unlimited Oracle WebLogic & Oracle Fusion Middleware Domains

  • Oracle WebLogic FMW Domains Asset Management and Inventory
  • Oracle WebLogic AdminServer Monitoring
  • Central HEALTH and STATE Monitoring (Servers, Deployments, Data Sources, JMS Resources, FMW Components)
  • Consolidated and Central Notification Dashboard (Garbage Collection, JVM Resources, Back-end... etc.)
  • Central WLSDM Notification Broadcasting and Notification Rules
  • Reporting WebLogic Domain Performance and Availability
  • Comparing WebLogic JVM Arguments
  • Bulk JVM Argument Manager
  • Bulk Data Source Manager
  • Bulk Domain Settings Standardizer

II. Core Features

    Oracle ADF
    Oracle SOA Suite
    Oracle BPM Suite
    Oracle Service Bus (OSB)
    Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE, BI Publisher)       
    Oracle Coherence
    Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)
    Oracle Data Service Integrator
    Oracle Forms and Reports
    Oracle Identity Management (IDM)
    Oracle Access Manager (OAM)
    Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD)
    Oracle Unified Directory
    Oracle Internet Directory (OID)
    Oracle WebCenter
    Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)
    Oracle Traffic Director (OTD)
    Oracle Primavera
    Oracle Customer Care and Billing (CC&B)
    Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management (MDM)
    Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter (C2M)

IV. Runtime {WLOPC} Folder

{WLOPC} = $WLOPC_HOME/bin/WLOPC is the runtime folder contains below data folders

configConfiguration folder which contains config.xml file
dataContains registered domains data
dbWL-OPC's embedded database folder
logswl-opc, database, application server out and access logs
temptemporary folder for wl-opc operations
licwl-opc license folder


1. Registering a WebLogic Domain

  1. Login to WL-OPC Console
  2. If there is no registered WebLogic domain console will redirects to the "Administration > WL Domains" page
  4. Enter WebLogic AdminServer's Hostname/IP, Port and Credentials (Make sure WL-OPC able to network access to the AdminServer IP:PORT)
  5. View registration details on "WLSDM Console > System Settings (wl-opc.system tab)" page

2. Generating WebLogic Performance Reports

  1. Go to "Stats and Reports" page
  2. Click "Total Alert Notifications" chart
  3. Click pie chart to see notification detail
  4. Go to "Generate Report" tab, select "Time Precision", "Domain", "Notification Type" and "Select Report Range" from the "Get Report" panel then click "Generate Report"

3. Monitor and View WebLogic Notifications

  WL-OPC all-in-one Notification Dashboard

  1. Go to "Notifications > Dashboard (All)" page
  2. Select notification type then view all kind of notifications in one dashboard

4. Use Central JVM Argument Manager

  1. Go to "Tools & Utils > Data Source Manager" page
  2. Expand bulk operation methods and select appropriate operation: APPEND, REMOVE, UPDATE, FIND AND REPLACE, REPLACE ALL
  3. Add or paste new complete argument(s) line for parsing in JVM Arguments editbox
  4. Choose WebLogic domains to be applied then click on pre-execute

5. Use Central Data Source Manager

  1. Go to "Tools & Utils > Data Source Manager" page
  2. Enter new available properties value (i.e. Connection Pool URL, Initial Capacity, Maximum Capacity... etc.)
  3. Available Bulk Update Properties: Basic and Advanced Connection Pool Properties, Tune and Optimize Properties
  4. Choose WebLogic domains to be applied then click on pre-execute

6. Use Central Domain Settings Standardizer

  1. Go to "Tools & Utils > Domain Settings Standardizer" page
  2. Enter new available properties value (i.e. Console Cookie Name, JTA Timeout, Server Hostname Verification... etc.)
  3. Available Bulk Update Settings: Domain General Settings, JTA, Web Applications, Logging, Cluster, Managed Servers (General, SSL, Deployment, Tuning, Overload, Protocols, Logging... etc.)
  4. Choose WebLogic domains to be applied then click on pre-execute