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For the previous four parts of this series, and the sixth and final part, please see links at foot of article This article is the fourth in a series of articles on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers (WLDJ, Vol. 2, issues 10–12). The first installment focused on administration concepts and terminology, and the graphical tools for packaging an application and setting up and configuring a WebLogic Server domain. In the second article, we focused on application deployment, runtime management, and the monitoring facilities available with WebLogic Server that did not require knowledge of JMX. The last article discussed the basic concepts and terminology of JMX and the WebLogic Server 8.1 JMX infrastructure, as well as showing you how to use JMX-specific tools that come with WebLogic Server 8.1. In this article, we'll show you the basics of ho... (more)

Application Management with Weblogic Server for Developers Part 2

For the first part of this 6-part series, and the final four, please use the links at foot of the article Once your BEA WebLogic Server domain is configured, you need to deploy your application. This is the second in a series of articles on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers. The first article (WLDJ, Vol. 2, issue 10) introduced the major concepts and terminology for a WebLogic Server domain. Then, we showed you the most commonly used graphical tools for setting up WebLogic Server, and packaging and configuring applications to be deployed on it: the... (more)

Application Management with WebLogic Server for Developers Part 3

For the previous two parts of this series, and the final three, please use the links at foot of the article This article is the third in a series on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers. The first installment (WLDJ, Vol. 2, issue 10) focused on WebLogic Server administration concepts and terminology, and the graphical tools for packaging an application and setting up and configuring a WebLogic Server domain. In the second article (WLDJ, Vol. 2, issue 11), we focused on application deployment, runtime management, and monitoring facilities available wit... (more)

Application Management with WebLogic Server for Developers, part 5

For the previous four parts of this series, and the final part, please use the links at foot of the article This article is the fifth in a series of articles on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers (see WLDJ, Vol 2, issues 10–12; Vol. 3, issue 2). We have focused on WebLogic Server administration concepts and terminology, the graphical tools for packaging an application and setting up and configuring a WebLogic Server domain; the application deployment, runtime management, and monitoring facilities available that did not require knowledge of JMX; basi... (more)

Application Management with WebLogic Server for Developers part 6

For the previous five parts of this series please see links at foot of article This article is the last in a series on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers. The first installment focused on the WebLogic Server administration concepts and terminology, and the graphical tools for packaging an application and setting up and configuring a WebLogic Server domain. The second article looked at the available application deployment, run time management, and the monitoring facilities that did not require knowledge of JMX. The third article discussed the basic c... (more)