Read me first!Describes the key components in WebLogic Platform and summarizes how you can use the features to implement
This set of documents explains where to get started understanding, installing,
or configuring WebLogic Platform and running the sample application.
WebLogic Workshop is a new visual development environment that
makes it easy for application developers and J2EE experts alike to
build and deploy enterprise-class Web services.
Distinguishes between the type of Web services you can
build with either WebLogic Workshop or WebLogic Server.
In addition to the platform-wide sample,
BEA offers a variety of samples and tutorials
that are focused on specific features.
How to start, configure, and monitor WebLogic Platform applications.
Guides for assembling, packaging, and deploying WebLogic
Platform applications and components.
Explore a sample application that
demonstrates key features in the WebLogic
Platform. A fictitious company,
Avitek Digital Imaging, provides the setting for
B2C and B2B Web sites. The use of Web services
created by WebLogic Workshop and a portlet generated
by the Portlet Wizard are also shown.
Read a summary of the new features available in
WebLogic Platform 7.0.
Guides for the WebLogic Platform development environment and
each J2EE technology.
A centralized list of hyperlinks to all the API Javadoc.
How to configure security for WebLogic Platform applications.
How to optimize the performance of WebLogic Platform applications.
Lists the tools provided by WebLogic Platform and links to
documentation that describes each tool.