Oracle WebLogic: Configuring DyeInjection Monitor

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Now Configuring Delegating Monitors to Use Dye Filtering:

Configure a dye mask and enable dye filtering for the HttpSessionDebug diagnostic monitor. In the Administration Console:

1. Select the application from the Deployments section, in our case the the FMW  Welcome page application

2. Select Configuration–> Instrumentation, and click on the HttpSessionDebug monitor at the bottom of the page

3. Enable Dye filtering and select some Dye masks

4. Redeploy the application

In the EventArchivesData events should appear like:

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Started in pharmacy, I made the change to IT in 1996. I am an Oracle Fusion Middleware Architect at AMIS, with focus on technical infrastructure, Serverside solutions, installing, administering, configuring the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack. My experience is from integrations at telco´s using Oracle AIA, Oracle Portal, OID, Forms&Reports, Discoverer upto the latest Oracle WebLogic 11g releases with practically all Oracle products running on top of it

4 Comments

  1. Michel Schildmeijer on

    Hi Lucas
    I added an example. Normally, when you instrument your application with monitors it appears in EventsArchiveData, unless configured properly.
    kind regards
     
    Michel

  2. Hi Michel,

    Thanks for an interesting new piece of information. I was wondering: can you add a screenshot that demonstrates what the logging would look like that you gather for a specific session, user or IP adress?

    kind regards,

    Lucas