Was one of our maximum sought posts & recently I decided to go for a fresh installation of Weblogic 10.3.6 64Bit installation + Forms & reports 11g R2 64Bit. We repeat one of the best articles explain how to is available here and what we are going to provide you additional is few of the things those are different from a typical 32Bit installation.
JDK 8 is not supported (Or my two attempts didn’t bring any fruits)
Node Manager Windows service installation is not offered during the normal/custom installations. That means you MUST install the node manager service by running the .cmd file provided. Default location for the .cmd file is …\wlserver_10.3\server\bin and the file name is “installNodeMgrSvc.cmd”. You should execute this .cmd file from an elevated command prompt!
If you prefer to install a service for Admin server, we have altered the script a little bit and please find it below.
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set MEM_ARGS=-Xms512m -Xmx512m
I really hope the above tips will make your Weblogic installation more enjoyable.
Have you read our previous post about finding last logon date time value for a domain member computer or user yet? If not, please read about it here
Now, we are going to provide you a decent (Warning: Amateurish code blocks possible) Windows forms based application that could list all your domain users and few of their details including last logon date time values.
Above image demonstrates the run time interface of the application. Application has a search textbox, that could accept values before and after the user details are populated.
Before the population, the users will be limited to matching string, after population, the list could be refined against the combination of keystrokes
Ever wondered how to fetch the last logon details for a domain member computer or user? Using .Net Microsoft has made it pretty easier for the developers to populate the active directory attributes to desired data repositories, however getting the last logon date time value still remains a complex stuff (for beginners like us), especially when your domain consist of multiple domain controllers and they are spread across different geographical areas and subnets :)
I had to copy the codes those were split into multiple blocks for proper explanations, re-arrange and then using the online C# to VB.Net converters, convert to readable VB.Net coding. Again, there were few mismatches and I was able to figure them out through stackoverflow & tech forums posts.
Without going on with what and how I did it, here comes the complete coding. Please note, this is a console application solution, and you should add the references as seen with the below image in order to successfully call the methods and types
”’ You should able to easily convert this console application to windows form application
”’ with least efforts
”’ Original code was posted with http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/19181/Find-LastLogon-Across-All-Windows-Domain-Controlle
”’ using C#, I converted most of the C# Codes using online converter(s)
”’ and ammended at few places, as the code block provided with the project were not fetching decent results
”’ Rajesh Thampi / 15-Jan-2015 | w7bugs at gmail dot com | windows7bugs.wordpress.com
‘Get the root of the directory data tree on a directory server.
Dim rootDse As New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://rootDSE")
‘Dictionary object to hold the records retrived by the search
Dim lastLogons As Dictionary(Of String, Int64) = New Dictionary(Of String, Int64)
‘Local variable for holding formatted last logon values in datetime format
Dim llogon As DateTime = Nothing
‘for User last logon
‘Dim TargetUsername As String = "george" ‘ -> Pass sAMAccountName
‘Dim objType As Integer = 805306368 ‘-> 805306368 User | 805306369 Computer
Dim TargetUsername As String = "JOSE-KSP$" ‘ -> Pass sAMAccountName
Dim objType As Integer = 805306369 ‘-> 805306368 User | 805306369 Computer
‘Loop through all available domain controllers
For Each dsDC As DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory.DomainController In _
‘Print the individual domain controller name
‘Debug.Write(dsDC.Name & vbCrLf) ‘ Uncomment for print
‘Get the Entry details for domain controller
Dim dirEntry As DirectoryEntry = New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + dsDC.Name + "/" + DirectCast(rootDse.Properties("defaultNamingContext").Value, String))
‘Define searcher for the objects of interest
Dim dirObjects As DirectorySearcher = New DirectorySearcher(dirEntry)
‘Define a large integer to hold the COM object translated value
‘ActiveDS COM object is a MUST reference, yet to find another way to deal with highpart, lowpart values obtained from "lastlogon"
Dim lastLogonThisServer As Int64 = New Int64()
‘Set up the filter for object to be returned through findall method
dirObjects.Filter = "(&(sAMAccountType=" & objType & ")(sAMAccountName=" & TargetUsername & "))"
‘ Loop through the records found
For Each objRecords In dirObjects.FindAll()
‘Get the directory entry, this will return all the attributes associated with the object (Computer/User)
Dim dirObj As DirectoryEntry = objRecords.GetDirectoryEntry()
If Not dirObj Is Nothing Then
‘ Get the distinguishedName and lastLogon for each user
Dim distinguishedName As String = dirObj.Properties("distinguishedName").Value.ToString()
If Not dirObj.Properties("lastLogon").Value Is Nothing Then
Dim lgIntas As ActiveDs.LargeInteger = dirObj.Properties("lastLogon").Value
Dim lngHigh As Long = lgIntas.HighPart
Dim lngLow As Long = lgIntas.LowPart
lastLogonThisServer = (lngHigh * (2 ^ 32) – lngLow)
Catch ex As Exception
‘Different date time formats you can play around with
‘Dim format As String = "MMM ddd d HH:mm yyyy" -> Jan Thu 15 08:11 2015
‘Dim format As String = "dd/MMM/yyyy HH:mm tt" -> 15/Jan/2015 08:36 AM
‘Debug.Write(distinguishedName & ";" _
‘& DateTime.FromFileTime(lastLogonThisServer).ToString(format, Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture) & vbCrLf)
‘Save the most recent logon for each user in a Dictionary object
‘How it works
‘lastLogons dictionary object has two parts, key and corresponding value
‘Prior adding a new record, using ContainsKey call we can check the array for existing keys
‘With this example, the key is "distinguishedName"
‘If the distinguishedName as key found
If lastLogons.ContainsKey(distinguishedName) Then
‘We compare the latest fetched logon date integer value against the key value of the dictionary object
If lastLogons(distinguishedName) < lastLogonThisServer Then
‘If the existing value is smaller than the new value "lastLogonThisServer" holds
lastLogons(distinguishedName) = lastLogonThisServer
‘We will update the existing key value with recent lastLogonThisServer value
‘We will add a new entry to the dictionary object
‘Now we will loop through the dictionary object and fetch the details
‘For a single user/computer the dictionary object will not have more than one entry
For Each kvp As KeyValuePair(Of String, Int64) In lastLogons
Dim v1 As String = kvp.Key
Dim v2 As DateTime = DateTime.FromFileTime(kvp.Value).ToString()
‘ llogon = v2
Dim format As String = "dd/MMM/yyyy HH:mm tt"
Debug.Write("Distinguished Name :" & v1 & "; Last logged :" & v2.ToString(format) & vbCrLf)