BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 Unleashed

BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 Unleashed

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BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 Unleashed is the definitive reference for the WebLogic developer, offering an in-depth look at the capabilities provided by WebLogic Server and illustrating the best development practices. The book covers WebLogic's role in every aspect of a J2EE application: from working with Servlets, JavaServer Pages and Enterprise JavaBeans, to managing distributed systems including transactions with JTA, directory services with JNDI, messaging with JMS, and more. The authors pay special attention to testing, optimizing and debugging within WebLogic, implementing security features, and administering WebLogic applications.

Configure hardware and software for a successful WebLogic installation Gather the right mix of skills and background to build WebLogic applications Architect and deploy Web applications with JSP and Java Servlets Leverage the J2EE APIs for handling transactions, messaging, databases, mail services, and more

  • Build applications with JSP Tag Libraries and Jakarta Struts
  • Learn best practices and design strategies for Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Test, debug, and optimize WebLogic applications using JUnit, JProbe, and JMeter
  • Integrate WebLogic into enterprise systems with XML, Web services, jCOM,
  • JCo, and CORBA, including Tuxedo applications
  • Administer WebLogic applications and work with clustered servers
  • Develop WebLogic Server applications using WebLogic Workshop 8.1

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780672324871
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 11/30/2003
Series: Unleashed Series
Pages: 1445
Product dimensions: 7.38(w) x 8.94(h) x 2.46(d)

Table of Contents

Part IGetting Started with WebLogic Server
1Introduction to WebLogic Server7
2Installing WebLogic Server19
3Skillset Required for WebLogic Application Development49
4Hardware and Configuration Required for WebLogic Application Development61
5Enterprise Application Design with WebLogic Server73
Part IIWebLogic Server Web Applications
6Introduction to WebLogic Web Applications101
7Deploying Web Applications117
Part IIIUsing J2EE Technologies in WebLogic Applications
8Naming and Directory Services with JNDI145
9Processing Transactions with the Java Transaction API165
10Managing Database Connectivity Using JDBC189
11Creating Distributed Applications with RMI253
12Enterprise Messaging with JMS271
13Handling Mail Services with JavaMail339
Part IVUsing Web Technologies in WebLogic Applications
14Writing WebLogic Server Servlets377
15Writing WebLogic Server JavaServer Pages453
16JavaBeans and Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture489
17Using JSP Tag Libraries503
18Creating JSP Tag Libraries519
19Working with Struts539
Part VUsing Enterprise JavaBeans in WebLogic Applications
20Enterprise JavaBeans and WebLogic Server565
21Working with Session Beans623
22Working with Entity Beans677
23Working with Message-Driven Beans717
Part VIWorking with WebLogic Server Applications
24Testing and Debugging Applications737
25Optimizing WebLogic Server Applications757
Part VIIWebLogic Server Security
26Web Applications and Security809
27How WebLogic Server Implements Security831
28Working with WebLogic Server Security Features861
Part VIIIIntegrating the Enterprise with WebLogic Applications
29WebLogic Server and XML Technologies909
30WebLogic Server and Web Services977
31Legacy Integration with the J2EE Connector Architecture1035
32Using SAP's Java Connector (JCo) with WebLogic Server1073
33WebLogic Server's jCOM Java/COM Bridge1105
34CORBA and Tuxedo Integration1139
Part IXAdministering WebLogic Applications
35Managing Applications with the Administration Console1175
36Installing, Configuring, and Deploying WebLogic Server Clusters1229
37Configuring Management Applications with JMX Services1257
38Administration via the Command-Line Interface1293
Part XAppendices
AQuick Reference for Creating New Domains for WebLogic Development1311
BMigration from Previous Versions1333
CUsing WebLogic Workshop 8.1 with WebLogic Server1343

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