Learn how to install, upgrade, and/or migrate your product, and
quickly deploy a simple application.
Release notes for this
BEA WebLogic Server release.
An introduction to WebLogic Server and the J2EE
application architecture. Describes how the J2EE technologies work
together in WebLogic Server applications and introduces you to the
powerful administration and clustering facilities that provide the
scalability, high-availability, and security your applications
How to install and configure the BEA WebLogic Server software.
Guide to upgrading your current WebLogic Server run-time
environment to WebLogic Server 6.1.
How to migrate your applications to WebLogic Server 6.1
from WebLogic Server 6.0 or from
earlier WebLogic Server releases.
FAQs about WebLogic Server 6.1.
Several approaches to learning about and working with WebLogic Server.
Basic instructions for deploying Web applications on WebLogic Server.
Basic instructions for working with WebLogic jCOM.
Instructions for deploying the Java Pet Store application on WebLogic Server.
How to build your own products on top of BEA core technologies.
Documentation for using the WebLogic jDriver family of JDBC drivers:
WebLogic jDriver for Oracle,
WebLogic jDriver for MS SQL Server, and
WebLogic jDriver for Informix.
Provides interoperability between WebLogic Server applications and Tuxedo
Performance and tuning information for WebLogic Server.
How to start, configure, and monitor WebLogic Server.
Guides for the WebLogic Server development environment and each
Code examples, if installed, are
located in the /samples/examples directory of your WebLogic
Server installation and are available from the Start menu.
Information about the WebLogic Server configuration file
(config.xml), SNMP MIB, Javadocs for WebLogic Server APIs, and links to related
Javadocs and specifications.
Certification information for WebLogic Server, including system requirements,
operating system versions, JDKs, DBMSs, JDBC drivers, and other
Documentation for using the WebLogic jCOM communication bridge between COM applications and WebLogic Server.
Information on compatibility between versions of WebLogic Server.
Product releases and the release lifecycle of WebLogic Server and related BEA