As the #1 Web application server, BEA WebLogic Server™ implements J2EE 1.3 technologies, Web services, and other leading Internet standards to provide a reliable framework for highly available, scalable, and secure applications. WebLogic Server's seamless integration of disparate, heterogenous platforms and applications enables your network to leverage existing software investments and share the enterprise-class services and data that are crucial to building mission-critical e-business applications.

This Web site contains current documentation for WebLogic Server 7.0 Service Pack 7 and is updated on an ongoing basis.


Getting Started


Describes how J2EE™ technologies work together in WebLogic Server applications and describes the powerful administration and clustering facilities that provide the scalability, high-availability, and security your applications require.


Upgrade your current WebLogic Server run-time environment to WebLogic Server 7.0 and port your applications from an earlier WebLogic Server release.


Release Notes

Benchmark Tuning Examples for WebLogic Server 7.0 SP1

Fast Track Procedures for Deploying Web Applications

Samples and Tutorials

Supported Configurations

Platform-specific certification information for WebLogic Server, including system requirements, operating system versions, JDKs, DBMSs, JDBC™ drivers, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions about WebLogic Server 7.0

What's New in WebLogic Server 7.0?

WebLogic Server Compatibility

Web Services Portable Stubs

JMS Topic Subscriber Message Selectors Optimization

Web Services

Pluggable, Flexible Security Infrastructure

Developer Tools

New Deployment Model

Highly Available JMS

WebLogic Messaging Bridge

Domain Configuration and Directory Structure

BEA WebLogic C++ Client

Administration Enhancements

Cache Filters

J2EE Connector Architecture 1.0 Implementation

COM-to-WLS Connectivity with jCOM



Working with WebLogic Server

System Administration

How to start, configure, and monitor WebLogic Server.


Guides for the WebLogic Server development environment and each J2EE™ technology. Code examples, if installed, are located in the examples directory of your WebLogic Server installation and are available from the Start menu.


Developer Tools

WebLogic Workshop, WebLogic Builder, and more.

Application Deployment

WebLogic JDBC jDrivers


The WebLogic Server configuration file (config.xml), SNMP MIB, Javadocs for WebLogic Server APIs, and links to related Javadocs and specifications.

Performance and Tuning

Related Information

Partners' Guide

How to build your own products on top of WebLogic Server core technologies.

WebLogic Tuxedo Connector

Provides interoperability between WebLogic Server applications and Tuxedo Services.

End-of-Life Calendar and Product Lifecycle Policy

Product releases and the release lifecycle of WebLogic Server and related BEA products.