PK ń\Eoa,mimetypeapplication/epub+zipPKń\EiTunesMetadata.plistn artistName Oracle Corporation book-info cover-image-hash 838410448 cover-image-path OEBPS/dcommon/oracle-logo.jpg package-file-hash 978493236 publisher-unique-id E14529-06 unique-id 384342568 genre Oracle Documentation itemName Oracle® Fusion Middleware Information Roadmap for Oracle WebLogic Server, 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) releaseDate 2011-10-27T08:32:28Z year 2011 PK2 PKYuPKń\EOEBPS/compatibility.htm? WebLogic Server Compatibility

3 WebLogic Server Compatibility

Oracle attempts to support binary and source-level compatibility between the current version of WebLogic Server and all versions as far back as 8.1 in the areas of persistent data, generated classes, and API compatibility. In some cases, it is impossible to avoid incompatibilities. Where incompatibilities arise, they are fully documented in the Upgrade Guide for Oracle WebLogic Server.

Java EE 5 Compatibility

WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) is Java EE 5 compatible. This compatibility allows a Java EE 5 compliant application to be developed on one operating system platform, and deployed for production on another, without requiring Java EE 5 application code changes. Oracle ensures this compatibility of Java EE 5 application portability within a WebLogic Server release level.

Generated Classes Compatibility

With one exception, upgrading to WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) does not require you to recompile applications in order to create new generated classes.

The current version of the EJBGen utility recognizes only JDK 5.0 metadata annotation-style EJBGen tags and not the old Javadoc-style tags. This means that source files that use the Javadoc-style tags must be upgraded to use the equivalent annotation, and then recompiled using the updated version of EJBGen.

Compatibility Within a Domain

  • All WebLogic Server instances within the same Administrative domain must be at the same major and minor version. You cannot mix server versions within a domain.

  • Server instances within an Administrative domain can be at different patch set levels as long as the Administration Server is at the same patch set level or higher than its Managed Servers.

  • All server instances within a cluster must be at the same patch set level.

  • Server instances within a cluster or domain can run on any hardware and operating systems as long as the hardware and operating systems are listed on the Supported System Configurations page at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html. However, note that running clustered server instances on different hardware and operating systems may impact load balancing and performance.

Persistent Data Compatibility

When moving from WebLogic Server 8.1 to 10.3.6, there are changes required to configuration files. Upgrade tooling in WebLogic Server versions 9.0 and later automatically convert the configuration files for you.

API Compatibility

WebLogic Server 8.1, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.3.x applications deployed on WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) will function without modification. Exceptions to this rule include cases where API behavior was changed in order to conform to a specification or to fix incorrect behavior. In certain circumstances, a correction may cause your application to behave differently.

Protocol Compatibility

Interoperability between WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) and WebLogic Server 7.0, 8.1, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.3.x is supported in the following scenarios:

  • A WebLogic Server 8.1, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.3.x client can invoke RMI-based applications hosted on a WebLogic Server 10.3.6 server using IIOP, T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS. JMS applications can be invoked using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS.

  • A WebLogic Server 10.3.6 client can invoke RMI-based applications hosted on a WebLogic Server 8.1, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.3.x server using IIOP, T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS. JMS applications can be invoked using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS.

  • A WebLogic Server 10.3.6 Web server plug-in can proxy to the latest patch set release of a 8.1, 9.x, 10.0, and 10.3.x server.

Interoperability between WebLogic Server 7.0 and WebLogic Server 10.3.6 is supported in the following scenarios. You will need the WebLogic Server 7.0 patch that is associated with CR295275 for this interoperability to work. This patch is applicable to WLS 7.0 SP6 and WLS 7.0 SP7. You can request this patch by contacting Oracle support and requesting the patch associated with CR295275. Additionally, for RMI/IIOP interoperability support, start the WLS 7.0 client using the following flag: -Dweblogic.system.iiop.enableClient=true

  • A WebLogic Server 7.0 client can invoke RMI-based applications hosted on a WebLogic Server 10.3.6 server using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS. JMS applications can be invoked using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS.

  • A WebLogic Server 10.3.6 client can invoke RMI-based applications hosted on a WebLogic Server 7.0 server using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS. JMS applications can be invoked using T3, T3S, HTTP, and HTTPS.

  • A WebLogic Server 10.3.6 Web server plug-in can proxy to the latest patch set release of a 7.0 server.

JMX Compatibility

See "JMX 1.2 Implementation" in WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.6) Compatibility with Previous Releases.

PK D?PKń\E!OEBPS/developing_applications.htmy5 Developing Applications

10 Developing Applications

These documents describe designing and developing WebLogic Server applications and provide programming guides and reference information.

Application Examples

  • API Examples

    Short examples demonstrating Java EE and WebLogic Server APIs.

  • Avitek Medical Records

    A complete and functional Java EE application including source code.

  • MedRec (Spring)

    A sample application that demonstrates Spring application development practices.

PK'~5y5PKń\EOEBPS/getting_started.htm Getting Started With WebLogic Server

2 Getting Started With WebLogic Server

These documents help you learn about and get started using WebLogic Server.

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PK@~qlPKń\EOEBPS/database_connectivity.htm0 WebLogic Data Sources

8 WebLogic Data Sources

These documents provide information about WebLogic data source resources and JDBC drivers:

Other JDBC Drivers

PK[̖PKń\E!OEBPS/custom_management_utils.htm; Custom Management Utilities

7 Custom Management Utilities

These documents describe how to create Java management utilities and Administration Console extensions for WebLogic Server.

PKA PKń\EOEBPS/fast_track.htm Fast Track Deployment and Administrator Guide

4 Fast Track Deployment and Administrator Guide

This document provides basic instructions for quickly deploying Java EE applications and modules, and JSP and HTML files. It also provides pointers to tools for system administrators. The deployment procedures on this page are recommended for use in development environments only; the procedures are not recommended for use in production environments. For additional information on developing and deploying applications on WebLogic Server, see Developing Applications for Oracle WebLogic Server and Deploying Applications to Oracle WebLogic Server.

Complete the Oracle WebLogic Server Installation Guide before using these Fast Track procedures.

Java EE Deployment

To deploy a Java EE application or module:

  1. Make sure that the Java EE application or module does not require additional resources such as named JDBC data sources or JMS queues. If the application requires external resources, you must configure them in the target WebLogic Server domain before deploying the application.

  2. Copy the archive file or exploded archive directory for the Java EE application or module into the /autodeploy directory of the examples server domain directory, WL_HOME/samples/domains/wl_server/autodeploy.

  3. Start the Examples WebLogic Server instance. In Windows, you can use the Start Menu shortcut: Start Examples Server.

  4. Access the application using either a Java client or the configured URI for the application.

What's Going On?

When running in development mode, WebLogic Server automatically deploys applications copied into the /autodeploy subdirectory of the domain directory. Auto-deployment is a simple and quick method of deploying an application for testing or evaluation. See Auto-Deployment.

System Administrator Tools

System Administrators can use the following tools to get started:

  • Administration Console

    The Administration Console is a browser-based Web application that allows you to configure and monitor your WebLogic Server domain, server instances, and running applications and their associated resources. You can also use the Administration Console to create new server instances and clusters and tune application descriptors. More information.

    After you log into the Console using the credentials you provided during installation, click the Help button or How do I ...? links for additional information.

  • Configuration Wizard

    Use the WebLogic Server Configuration Wizard to create new domains, and to create templates for automating domain configuration. More information.

JSP/HTML Deployment

To deploy a simple JSP or HTML file:

  1. Make sure your JSP file does not reference a tag library or other external resources—such resources require additional deployment steps that are beyond the scope of these Fast Track procedures. HTML files do not have this restriction.

  2. Copy your JSP or HTML file into the WL_HOME/samples/server/examples/build/mainWebApp directory.

  3. Start the Examples WebLogic Server instance. In Windows, you can use the Start Menu shortcut: Start Examples Server.

  4. In a Web browser, request the JSP or HTML file using the following URL:

    http://localhost:port/myFile

    where:

    localhost is the host name of the machine running WebLogic Server.

    port is the port number where WebLogic Server is listening for requests (7001 by default).

    myFile is the full name, including the .jsp or .html extension, of the JSP or HTML file you copied in step 2.

What's Going On?

The JSP or HTML file has been automatically deployed from a directory preconfigured to target the Examples Server. mainWebApp is deployed by default and you can place your own JSP and HTML files into the mainWebApp exploded directory in order to quickly view or test them.

PK@4PKń\EOEBPS/quickref.htm+O WebLogic Server Documentation Quick Reference

1 WebLogic Server Documentation Quick Reference

The following table provides a quick reference to WebLogic Server documentation topics and information resources.

Table 1-1 WebLogic Server Documentation Topics

Information Categories and TopicsInformation Categories and Topics

Getting Started With WebLogic Server

Security

System Administration

Developing Applications

Deploying Applications

Enterprise JavaBeans

Reference

Database Connectivity (JDBC)

Messaging

Web Services

Custom Management Utilities

Kodo Development

WebLogic Tuxedo Connector



PK!4++PKń\EOEBPS/web_services.htmU' Web Services

16 Web Services

These documents help you learn about and use WebLogic Server Web services.

Code Examples

Development Resources and Newsgroups

PKL@Z'U'PKń\EOEBPS/messaging.htmA Messaging

12 Messaging

These documents describe WebLogic Server messaging.

PKP$;wFAPKń\EOEBPS/kodo.htmh Kodo Development

11 Kodo Development

Kodo is Oracle's implementation of the Java Persistence API (JPA) and Java Data Objects (JDO) specifications for the transparent persistence of Java objects. The following documents help you develop, configure, and deploy Kodo applications.


Note:

Oracle Kodo JPA/JDO is deprecated in this release. Customers are encouraged to consider using Oracle TopLink. For more information, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle TopLink.

PK1umhPKń\EOEBPS/system_administration.htm1* System Administration

15 System Administration

These documents help you learn about and provide resources for WebLogic Server system administration topics and tasks.

PKp11PKń\E OEBPS/wtc.htm WebLogic Tuxedo Connector PK̄YPKń\EOEBPS/reference.htm^ WebLogic Server Reference PK>t#c ^ PKń\EOEBPS/application_examples.htm Sample Application and Code Examples

5 Sample Application and Code Examples

Through a custom installation and selecting to install the Server Examples, you have access to code examples and sample applications that offer several approaches to learning about and working with WebLogic Server.

API Examples

WebLogic Server optionally installs API code examples in WL_HOME\samples\server\examples\src\examples, where WL_HOME is the top-level directory of your WebLogic Server installation, and makes them available from the Start menu. On Linux and other platforms the Examples Server can be started from the WL_HOME/samples/domains/wl_server directory.

The default administration username and password for the Examples domain is weblogic/welcome1.


Note:

If you change the password of the user weblogic, WebLogic Server may fail to boot. For more information and workarounds, see "Limitation Regarding User weblogic" in Managing Server Startup and Shutdown for Oracle WebLogic Server.

The examples are grouped in the following categories; the directory that contains the examples of a particular category is in parentheses:

  • Database Connectivity (jdbc): Use DataSources, MultiDataSources, and Rowsets.

  • EJB (ejb): Create stateless, stateful, entity, and message-driven EJBs, and more.

  • Internationalization (i18n): Internationalize an application using simple message catalogs.

  • Messaging (jms): Use JMS topics, queues, and message-driven beans.

  • Resource Adapter (resadapter): Use an entity EJB to interact with a Java EE Connector resource adapter.

  • Security (security): Configure authentication, authorization, SSL, and SAML for Web single sign-on.

  • Transactions (jta): Use JTA to perform distributed transactions using the two phase commit protocol across two XA resources.

  • Web Application (webapp): Create simple servlets and JSPs, use the HTTP Publish-Subscribe server, and more.

  • Web Services (webservices): Create a variety of Web Services using JWS annotations.

  • XML (xml): Use the StAX API and XMLBeans.

  • Cluster (cluster): Cluster an EJB and use HTTP session state replication.

  • WebLogic Scripting Tool (wlst): Use the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) to configure and manage a running WebLogic Administration Server.

  • Split Development (splitdir): Use the WebLogic split development directory structure to build, package, and deploy Enterprise Applications.

  • Service Component Architecture (sca): Use WebLogic SCA, a lightweight Spring 2.5 (or higher) container, in a shopping cart application that demonstrates many of its key features.

  • Spring (spring): Use Spring-simplified configuration in a Spring-based Web application.

Avitek Medical Records

Avitek Medical Records (or "MedRec") is a comprehensive educational sample application that demonstrates WebLogic Server and Java EE features, as well as best practices. If you select to install the Server Examples, Avitek Medical Records is available from the Start menu on Windows machines. On Linux and other platforms it can be started from the WL_HOME/samples/domains/medrec directory, where WL_HOME is the top-level installation directory for WebLogic Server.

The sample application, MedRec (Spring) demonstrates Spring application development practices.

The default administration username and password for the Medical Records domain is weblogic/welcome1.

Derby Open-Source Database

Derby is an open source relational database management system based on Java, JDBC, and SQL standards. It is bundled with WebLogic Server for use by the sample applications and code examples as a demonstration database. For more information about Derby, see http://db.apache.org/derby.

PKP~PKń\E OEBPS/deploying_applications.htmF Deploying Applications PKzKFPKń\EOEBPS/title.htmh Oracle Fusion Middleware Information Roadmap for Oracle WebLogic Server, 11g Release 1 (10.3.6)

Oracle® Fusion Middleware

Information Roadmap for Oracle WebLogic Server

11g Release 1 (10.3.6)

E14529-06

November 2011

This document provides a collection of cross-references to WebLogic Server documentation topics and information resources.


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Contents

Preface

1 WebLogic Server Documentation Quick Reference

2 Getting Started With WebLogic Server

3 WebLogic Server Compatibility

4 Fast Track Deployment and Administrator Guide

5 Sample Application and Code Examples

6 Enterprise JavaBeans

7 Custom Management Utilities

8 WebLogic Data Sources

9 Deploying Applications

10 Developing Applications

11 Kodo Development

12 Messaging

13 WebLogic Server Reference

14 Security

15 System Administration

16 Web Services

17 WebLogic Tuxedo Connector

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