How to add WebLogic monitor over SSL ?
For monitoring WebLogic servers using SSL port, you will have to load the SSL certificate to Applications Manager. Follow the below steps to load SSL certificate in Applications Manager:
This script file is located under
<Applications Manager HOME>/bin
Execute the following commands :
Linux : WeblogicCerificate.sh [import] [absolute path of the Weblogic certificate] [alias name]
Windows : WeblogicCerificate.bat [import] [absolute path of the Weblogic certificate] [alias name]
Restart Applications Manager
Provide SSL port of WebLogic monitor in the
Applications Manager HOME
> - Applications Manager Installation location
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