The Sun Directory Service Control Center is a web application that allows administrators to configure and administer all of their Sun Directory 6.x servers and Directory Proxy 6.x servers from a single place.
The Console is supported to run on Tomcat 5.5 and Sun Java System Application Server 8.2. In a previous blog post, I demonstrated how to deploy DSCC in GlassFishv2.
Thanks to Eric Le Ponner, architect of DSEE and lead developer for the Administration part, we can now deploy DSCC in WebLogic 10 Application Server.
This will be fully supported with Sun Directory Server Enterprise Edition 7, but here’s the workaround to get it to work with Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3.
First deploy DSCC war file on WebLogic.
Then just add the following weblogic.xml file in the WEB-INF directory, next to the web.xml file for the DSCC web application:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
There you are.
For those who like the gory details, DSCC is a servlet 2.3 web application and implements a servlet filter to manage security. WebLogic 10 Application Server supports by default the servlet 2.4 specifications and process differently filtered requests. The trick is then to instruct WebLogic to do the filtering as for the servlet 2.3 specifications.
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