The WLS-IIOP client supports WebLogic Server specific features, including
The WebLogic Server-IIOP client does not support the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS). Use JNDI Authentication, see Developing Clients that Use JNDI Authentication.
For more information, see Clients and Features.
The procedure for developing a WLS-IIOP Client is the same as the procedure described in Developing a Java SE Client with the following additions:
Include the full wlfullclient.jar (located in
/server/lib) in the client's CLASSPATH.
weblogic.jndi.WLInitialContextFactory when defining your JNDI context factory. Use this class when setting the value for the "
Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY" property that you supply as a parameter to new
You do not need to use the
-D weblogic.system.iiop.enableClient=true command line option to enable client access when starting the client. By default, if you use
enableClient is set to true.