If you try to install JDeveloper 12c (12.2.1 or 12.1.3) on Windows 10 using the generic installer you will not manage to create a new WebLogic domain because jython libraries that integrated weblogic have cannot recognize the operating system. The same problem can happen if you install on Windows 7 the 12c JDeveloper using the generic installer, then upgrade the operating system to Windows 10 and need to recreate the domain. This is also happening in SOA Suite and Business Process Management Suite quick start for Developers installation.
A quick solution for this is to use the Windows installer and not the generic one. For SOA/BPM quick start JDeveloper installation you need to patch the juthon-modules.jar to create the SOA domain.
If you still want to use the generic installer (for example to use a newer version of JDK) you can extract the jython-modules.jar at C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\wlserver\common\wlst\modules and edit javashell.py inside Lib. Find _osTypeMap and add the string ‘Windows 10’. Read the complete article here.
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