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Weblogic (Definitive Guides)by Jon Mountjoy
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BEA's WebLogic Server implements the full range of J2EE technologies, and includes many additional features such as advanced management, clustering, and web services. Widely adopted, it forms the core of the WebLogic platform, providing a stable framework for building scalable, highly available, and secure applications. In fact, in the long list of WebLogic's strengths and features, only one shortcoming stands out: the documentation that comes with the WebLogic server often leaves users clamoring for more information.
Book News Annotation:
Covering versions 7 and 8.1, this guide discusses the WebLogic server and management console, with specific instructions concerning topics like J2EE web applications, servlet engine management, EJB construction and deployment, SSL, security, registry, the web service framework, logging, and internationalization APIs. The guide is intended for developers, programmers, administrators, and system architects.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
From building, packaging, and deploying applications, to optimizing the runtime WebLogic environment, dealing with security issues, and understanding Enterprise APIs, this guide covers everything developers, administrators, and system architects must understand to work with this powerful and complex application server.
About the Author
Jon Mountjoy has worked with J2EE technologies since their inception, and with WebLogic in particular. He currently works as a Product Development Manager at a firm specializing in risk management, and has held posts training and consulting in J2EE technologies. Jon has a post-graduate degree in computer science.
Avinash Chugh presently works as Senior Development Manager for a firm that produces software for the regulated industries (finance, energy, pharmaceutics). He has over three years experience with J2EE technologies, primarily on the WebLogic Server. Avinash holds a post-graduate degree in computer applications from Delhi University. He likes to spend his free time on vegetarian cooking, racquet sports, and ambient/experimental music.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Web ApplicationsChapter 3: Managing the Web ServerChapter 4: Using JNDI and RMIChapter 5: JDBCChapter 6: TransactionsChapter 7: J2EE ConnectorsChapter 8: JMSChapter 9: JavaMailChapter 10: Using EJBsChapter 11: Using CMP and EJB QLChapter 12: Packaging and DeploymentChapter 13: Managing DomainsChapter 14: ClusteringChapter 15: Performance, Monitoring, and TuningChapter 16: SSLChapter 17: SecurityChapter 18: XMLChapter 19: Web ServicesChapter 20: JMXChapter 21: Logging and InternationalizationChapter 22: SNMPColophon
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