Category Archives for weblogic

WebLogic Server JDBC for Database connection : Step by Step

This is in continuation of my last post on Database Connectivity (JDBC) in WebLogic Server here , In today’s post I am going to cover step by step JDBC configuration using Administration Console. 1. Login to WebLogic Server Administration console (default port 7001) http://hostname:port/console 2. Select Data Sources under JDBC in Services section . . 3. Click on New […]

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JDBC (Java DataBase Connectivity ) in Oracle WebLogic – Overview

This post covers overview of connecting WebLogic Server to Database using JDBC. How to connect to Database from Oracle WebLogic Server : You first create JDBC Datasource (or multi data sources) and then deploy this JDBC datasource (or multi datasource) to WebLogic Server (or cluster) in Domain. Datasource: contains pool of database connections that are […]

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Start WebLogic Server on Linux on port 80, 443 <= 1024

On Unix based system (Linux, Solaris ..), only super user (root) can start any process on port <= 1024 . From security reasons its is not desirable to run WebLogic server as root user.  Solution is to start WebLogic process as root (bind on port 80, 443) and then switch process to non privileged user like oraweblogic or nobody. […]

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Cluster Architecture : Oracle WebLogic Server

This post outlines different Architecture options available with Oracle WebLogic Cluster. It is very important to make yourself familiar with terminology specially tiers (Web, Presentation and Object). . Terminology Architecture – defines how various tiers of an application (Web, Presentation, Object) are deployed on one or more clusters. Tier – Represents logical divisions of an Application’s service. i) Web […]

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Deploy Application on Oracle WebLogic Server

This post is next in series “Learn WebLogic with Us“,  Till now we learned Install Oracle WebLogic Server Definition of Domain, Administration & Managed Server in Oracle WebLogic Create DOMAIN with one Administration Server or two managed server in Cluster and finally How to start Administration or Managed Server in WebLogic This post covers steps to […]

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Oracle WebLogic Server 10g R3 10.3 is out now

In my last post here, I discussed that Oracle is moving from Oracle Application Server to Oracle WebLogic Server (earlier BEA). Oracle recently released WebLogic Server 10g Release 3 (10.3), to check product page click here  Download Oracle WebLogic 10g R3 from here  . Product documentation is still on BEA site here New features in WebLogic Server 10g […]

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Oracle WebLogic Server – Startup/Shutdown

Next step after WEbLogic Installation and Domain Creation here Domain Creation is to know about startup/shutdown in WebLogic Server. Before starting services in Oracle WebLogic, ensure that you are familiar with Domain, Administration & Managed Server There are multiple ways to start WebLogic Server(listed below). This post covers WebLogic Startup/Shutdown  using scripts.  Start WebLogic using Node Manager, WLST […]

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Create Domain in Oracle WebLogic

Create domain in Oracle WebLogic

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Domain , Administration & Managed Server, Cluster in Oracle WebLogic

This is next post in series “Learn Oracle WebLogic with Us“. Next Step after Oracle WebLogic Installation  is to create Domain. Before creating domains let us understand Domain, Administration Server, Managed Server and Cluster in Oracle WebLogic. In next post We’ll learn how to create basic Domain (Administration Server only) and Domain with Managed Server Cluster (one Administration […]

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