Oracle has a default welcome page for their WebLogic Server (portal). I’m not a big Oracle fan but it’s one of those things that you just turn off because you don’t want to see that message every time you open a portal. You would think that there would be an option somewhere in the control panel to turn it off, but there isn’t. Fortunately, there is another way to disable that message. Log onto WebLogic and go to the Administration Console. I’m not sure if this is for WebLogic 10 or 11, but you should be able to find the equivalent. Once you are in the console, click on the Application Control tab and then the Portal Control tab.

The Oracle WebLogic Server has been a very popular choice for deploying and managing applications for many years. With its ease of use and vast range of functionality it has become the preferred platform for almost every organization. Yet, once you deploy an application or service on this platform, you will find that the default welcome page includes an application icon that is not your own. This can be a very confusing experience, and can cause you to lose interest in the platform.

If you navigate to the default location on the management server, the port http://host:[PORT]/, the following page appears: Welcome to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g. (if http://host:[PORT]/console or http://host:[PORT]/em is running and you don’t want to allow users to return to the main document location) Note that the [PORT] port is really only used for /em and /console, so there is no need to replace it with the welcome page or any other page. If you are using Oracle Fusion Middleware products with Oracle HTTP Server (OHS), the default pages are actually located on the OHS. This is a separate page that appears in addition to the standard WLS page. In general, you want to manage the page on the ESS with its own default page, but the WLS internal default page is rarely used if you have a proxy that manages everything from the front end. However, it may be useful to disable mapping when users try to access the root (/) directory. To disable the default welcome page of Oracle WebLogic Server, you must: 1. Call up the Weblogic server administration console. 2. In the domain tree navigate to the Deployments section and locate the FMW home page application (, (screenshot below). Message: These applications are installed when you install Fusion Middleware You can then update, delete or stop the application, restart the Weblogic administration server, clear the browser cache and access check/ again.

Application update

If you decide to update the application, updating the context master to something other than / will result in the default page being disabled. via the management console : 1. In the Stakes window, expand the FMW Home Page application. 2. The application named / is displayed. 3. Click on it. 4. Then click on the Configuration tab. 5. Scroll to the Context Root field. 6. Defined for each entry other than /, e.g. B. /nowelcomepage 7. Restart the AdminServer.

Request for deletion

If you decide to uninstall the application, the following items will be removed from the config.xml domain (where you can also replace fmw-welcome.ear with your own): FMW application# AdminServer ear /oracle_common/modules/oracle.jrf_11.1.1/fmw-welcome.ear 5 DDOnly nostage

Using a custom static HTML page

You can also use a custom static .html page as the default page (/) by following the steps below: 1. Create a folder of your choice to manage your custom page. For example: Linux : [path]/defaultwlspage Windows : [path]defaultwlspage 2. Copy a custom .html file to this folder, name it for example. B. default.html : This place is unused, go to 3. Create a WEB-INF directory. For example: 4. Place the web.xml file with the following contents in this WEB-INF directory: 5. In the WLS console, go to the Deployments page. 6. Select Install and choose the ‘defaultwlspage’ folder with the contextual root /. 7. Make sure the AdminServer is selected as the destination for Install this deployment as an application. 8. Click Finish, and when the deployment is complete, click Activate Changes. 9. You will see that the application is running and you can go to http://host:[PORT]/ to view your .html page.

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