“Domain edit lock” error while publishing OSB project in Workshop

I’m using web logic server 10.3.0. I have started the server. I have created a OSB project in workshop. I created a Server connection in the workshop. When I tried to publish my OSB project in workshop, suddenly a pop up displayed the following error message –

The domain edit lock is owned by another session – this deployment operation requires exclusive access to the edit lock and hence cannot proceed.
You can release the lock in Administration Console by first disabling “Automatically Acquire Lock and Activate Changes” in Preference, then clicking the Release Configuration button.

Follow the below steps to fix the above issue –

1) Open the Weblogic Server Administration console at http://localhost:7001/console

2) Click on the Preferences link as shown in the below screen shot

3) Under “User Preferences” tab, scroll down to bottom to find “Automatically Acquire Lock and Activate Changes” option.  Uncheck this option and click on “Save” button.

4) Scroll up and click on “Release Configuration” button on top left corner as shown below.

The issue gets fixed by doing above changes in the Weblogic server Admin Console.

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6 Responses to “Domain edit lock” error while publishing OSB project in Workshop

  1. sanjeev goyal says:

    This was very helpful. Though it is obvious but after staring the screen for a while I couldn’t place the location. The screen shots are helpful to quickly reach to the resolution.
    THANK You!

  2. onedaykoo says:

    thank you so much.

  3. ramachadra says:

    Really Thanks..

  4. Thanks dude. U saved my time

  5. Sreenivasulu Reddy says:

    Thank you

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