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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Administration Cookbook by Dalton Iwazaki

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Creating the JDBC stores

The persistent store can also persist the data in the database by using the JDBC store. In this recipe a new JDBC store will be created in all Managed Servers of the PROD_Cluster cluster.

The database that will host the stores is an Oracle RAC database with two nodes. The first node has an instance name instance-rac01, runs in the dbhost-rac01 hostname, and listens to the port 1521. The listener accepts requests to the service name dbservice-rac01. The second node is the instance instance-rac02, runs in the dbhost-rac02 hostname, listens to the port 1521, and has a service name dbservice-rac02.

Getting ready

A multi data source will be created with the name ds-store and JNDI name jdbc/ds-store. The data source members will ...

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