Using Oracle Jolt with Oracle WebLogic Server

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Introduction to Oracle Jolt for Oracle WebLogic Server

Key Features

How Jolt for WebLogic Works

Relationship Between Jolt for WebLogic and Tuxedo

Essential Components of the Jolt Architecture

WebLogic Server Startup

Connecting to a WebLogic Server from a Client Browser

How a Servlet Connects to Tuxedo

What Happens if the Request Fails

Responding to the Client Browser

Disconnecting from the Jolt Server

Using the Example Packages

Configuring Jolt for WebLogic Server

Configuring Jolt for Tuxedo

Configuring Jolt for WebLogic Server

Jolt Startup Class and Connection Pool

Jolt Connection Pool Attributes

Jolt Shutdown Class

Displaying Jolt in the WebLogic Administration Console

Resetting the Jolt Connection Pool

Command-line Method

Administration Console Method

Implementing Jolt for WebLogic

Importing Packages

Configuring a Session Pool

Accessing a Servlet Session Pool

Using a Servlet Session Pool

Calling a Tuxedo Service

Sending a ServletDataSet

Adding Parameters to the Dataset

Accessing a Tuxedo Service Through Jolt

Converting Java Data Types to Tuxedo Data Types

Receiving Results from a Service

Using the Result.getValue() Method

Using the ServletResult.getStringValue() Method

Using a Transaction

Handling Exceptions

Class Hierarchy

Oracle Jolt Class Hierarchy for the Oracle WebLogic Server API

Simple Servlet Example

Example Components and Prerequisites

Using the Example

Step 1. Perform Preparatory Steps

Step 2. Start the WebLogic Server

Step 3. Configure the Servlet in WebLogic Server

Step 4. Stop and Restart the WebLogic Server

Step 5. Compile the Servlet

Step 6. Display the simpapp.html Form

Step 7. Post the FORM Data from the Browser

Step 8. Process the Request

Step 9. Return the Results to the Client

Servlet with Enterprise JavaBean Example

About the Servlet with JavaBean Example

Preparing to Use the Servlet with JavaBean Example

Set Up Your Environment

Build the Example

Run the Servlet with JavaBean Example

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