weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmException: Realms cannot be managed by managed servers.

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    weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmException: Realms cannot be managed by managed servers.
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    Oracle Community | 2 decades ago | 3004
    weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmException: Realms cannot be managed by managed servers.

    Root Cause Analysis

    1. weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmException

      Realms cannot be managed by managed servers.

      at weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmManagerImpl.checkWriteAccess()
    2. weblogic.management.internal
      RemoteRealmManagerImpl.createUser
      1. weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmManagerImpl.checkWriteAccess(RemoteRealmManagerImpl.java:378)
      2. weblogic.management.internal.RemoteRealmManagerImpl.createUser(RemoteRealmManagerImpl.java:46)
      2 frames
    3. weblogic.management.configuration
      RealmManager.createUser
      1. weblogic.management.configuration.RealmManager.createUser(RealmManager.java:58)
      1 frame
    4. com.bea.estore
      WLSecurityAdapter.addUser
      1. com.bea.estore.util.WLSecurityAdapter.addUser(WLSecurityAdapter.java:44)
      1 frame