WebLogic probes and sensors for Windows servers Discovery identifies a Windows WebLogic server using probes and sensors. Discovery uses this process to identify Windows WebLogic application servers: The Windows - Active Processes probe detects a running process that matches one of the follow criteria: The parameters of the process contain weblogic.Server. The parameters of the process contain -Dweblogic.name. If there is a match on one of the criteria: A record is created in the BEA Weblogic [cmdb_ci_app_server_weblogic] table. The record is populated with the server name and TCP port, which is gathered from the running process. The Windows - Weblogic - Find config.xml probe triggers. The sensor of this probe populates additional information in the BEA Weblogic [cmdb_ci_app_server_weblogic] record and the Web Application [cmdb_ci_web_application] record if applicable. The Windows - Weblogic - Find config.xml probe attempts to find the related config.xml file for the server by: Using the -Dweblogic.RootDirectory=<path> parameter defined in the running process. Searching for config.xml files under the –Dplatform.home=<path> parameter defined in the running process (not as efficient using the parameters of the process). If there are associated web applications found in the WebLogic config.xml file, the Windows – Weblogic find web.xml probe triggers for each application. This probe reads the WebLogic web.xml file for each web application and the sensor, and then populates additional information.