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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...
The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) has a central role in the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). J2EE applications use JNDI to look up components and services, including JMS queues and topics, transaction services, JDBC connections, and EJBs.
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...
Wow. That's what I have to say when I look back at where WebLogic began and where it has gone since then. When I started working at WebLogic, the only core people there were the founders, the president, an administrative assistant, and a lone sales person. Of course, back then our b...
Entity Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) are a convenient means to map persistent data to Java components. Container-Managed persistence (CMP) provides rapid development since the EJB container automatically handles loading and storing the persistent data. However, along with their many...
BEA Systems, Inc., the makers of the WebLogic Server for which this magazine is named, empowers its customers with comprehensive online self-help services.
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...
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...
There are numerous news groups and discussion lists on the topic of J2EE. I follow several regularly to track trends from the industry's news and views. The mindset I've seen over the past six months has been one of 'topple the giant,' a modern-day 'Jack the Giant Slayer.' In 'Jack the...