Make sure you have setup Oracle Java Cloud Service.

  1. Start Putty by clicking on putty.exe

jcsssh2. Specify Host Name – Public IP of Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

3. make sure Connection Type = SSH

4. Specify Saved Session name = Any Name. Prefer Giving some meaningful name based on IP/Service connected.

5. Expand “Connections” from left panel. Select “Data”,

jcsssh1Specify Login Details -> Auto login User Name = opc

Select “Connection->SSH” from left Panel,

jcsssh2Make sure you have not selected “Don’t start a shell or command at all” in Protocol options. In the above image it is selected but please unselect to make it work.

Select “Connection->SSH->AUTH” from left panel,

jcsssh3Browse and supply private key which was generated in earlier blog to “Private Key file for authorization”.

Select “Connection->SSH->Tunnels” from left panel,

jcsssh4Specify Source Port = 9001 This is specially configured for SSH based access.

Specify Destination = Java Cloud Service Public IP:9001 and click “add”.

Select “Session” from Left Panel and “Save” configuration and Open. It will open a console like this,


At Putty console run below command,

>sudo su – oracle

It will switch current “opc” user to super user “oracle”.

Now you can go to weblogic logs folder and check the log using below command,

>tail -f logFileName.out

and then run you application again. Putty console will show real-time logs.