when attempting to activate changes on weblogic server 10.3.4 admin console, it loses the session when activating changes.
This happens when we are using Apache as a web server to access the WL admin console.
If we don’t use Apache we don’t see the issue and we are able to activate the changes without problems.
Below is the apache configuration we used to enable access of Admin Console from apache:
<IfModule mod_weblogic.c> Debug ON WLLogFile c:\apachelog.txt DebugConfigInfo On WebLogicHost cadac.tp.com WeblogicPort 7001 MatchExpressiom * <Location /console> SetHandler weblogic-handler Debug All WLLogFile c:\apachelog.txt WebLogicHost cadac.tp.com WeblogicPort 7001 </Location> </IfModule>
1) Implement in the WLS Admin Console the disable tracking of configuration changes i.e. go to WLS Admin Console -> Preferences -> Shared Preferences -> Uncheck the “Follow Configuration Changes” checkbox
2) Stop and Start the AdminServer and make sure the change has been picked up successfully in WLS Admin Console -> Preferences -> Shared Preferences -> Follow Configuration Changes is unchecked/disabled .
3) Once you have verified the change has been picked up fine when you press the “Activate Changes” button you should be able to get the changes done.
Note: Same solution applies good if you are getting redirected to Admin console upon pressing Activate Changes button after configuration changes.