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Web Services have made quite an impact since the concept and technology were introduced. Just about every major vendor is putting considerable effort into making their products capable of developing and using Web services. This article will illustrate how a Web service can be developed...
Sick of working with all of those different Java files and deployment descriptors when developing EJBs for WebLogic Server? A couple of tools out there allow you to work with just the bean code, and use special Javadoc comments to define what should be in the other interfaces (Home, Re...
Are you planning to upgrade from WebLogic version 5.1 to version 6.1? Do you want to speed up the process of redeploying your EJBs, servlets, and JSPs to a newer version of an application server? The J2EE specification doesn't define any standard deployment procedures. These differ fro...
As a WebLogic developer, there'll come a time when you'll need to file a support case with BEA; many of you have done this already. Throughout the problem-solving process, you'll be speaking with one of BEA's DREs (developer relations engineers). These folks are very knowledgeable rega...
In October 1999 12snap's main goal was the development and commercial implementation of the world's first wireless shopping platform for existing mobile devices as well as WAP-enabled phones. The first application allowed mobile phone users across Germany to participate in auctions...
Welcome to the first issue of BEA WebLogic Developer's Journal! This article is the first of a three-part series geared around the clustering capabilities of BEA WebLogic Server (WLS) 6.1 and aimed at introductory and advanced audiences. This article will talk about the importance of c...
We all know the story, right? In today's high-tech world, technical support has suffered a demise worse than Darryl Strawberry's life after baseball. It's virtually impossible to get anyone knowledgeable on the phone. Support is the lowest item on the totem pole. Qualified folks mo...
This article demonstrates how Wily Technology's Introscope can be used to reach accurate conclusions to resolve a typical Java application performance problem. The article will be useful for architects, operations managers, testers, and developers responsible for WebLogic applicati...
A synchronous message processing is a requirement of many applications that need to send and receive messages in real time or near real time. The JMS 1.0.2 Specification defines the MessageListener interface that allows an application to receive messages asynchronou...