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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Administration Cookbook by Dalton Iwazaki

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Configuring the transaction (JTA) timeouts

In production environments, slowness in a legacy or external system (a database or web service for example) can lead to a scenario where all WebLogic threads and resources become busy waiting for response. The slowness can pile up the requests, generating a hang scenario in WebLogic.

In this recipe, the timeouts will be configured for the PROD_DOMAIN, including the domain JTA timeout and a hypothetic XA resource, such as the XA data source ds-XA, that points to an Oracle Database. The recipe will use a timeout of 600 seconds as base.

Getting ready

The timeouts will be configured by using the Administration Console, so make sure the Administration Server is running.

How to do it...

Carry out the following steps ...

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