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Using WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity



Introducing WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity

The BEA Tuxedo CORBA Environment

CORBA Objects in the BEA Tuxedo Product

Domains, Transactions, and Transaction Contexts

Environmental Objects

IIOP and the IIOP Listener/Handler

More Information About the BEA Tuxedo CORBA Environment

What Is WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity?

Key Features of WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity

WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity System Architecture

Clients and Servers in the WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity Component

WLEC Connection Pools

BEA Tuxedo Security Features Supported by the WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity Component

Security Context Propagation

Connection Failure Handling


Writing WebLogic Server Clients That Invoke CORBA Objects

Before You Begin

Configuring a WLEC Connection Pool

Accessing BEA Tuxedo CORBA Objects

Step 1. Create Client Stubs

Step 2. Import Java Packages

Step 3. Connect the WebLogic Server Client to a BEA Tuxedo Domain

Step 4. Get an Object Reference for the BEA Tuxedo CORBA Object

Step 5. Start a Transaction (Optional)

Step 6. Access the BEA Tuxedo CORBA Object and Its Operations

Step 7. End the Transaction (Optional)

More Information About Transactions


Multiple Active WLEC Connection Pools

Relationship Between Active Transactions and Connections

Transaction Management


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