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Getting Started

Using Security

Using Transactions

Using the JDBC Drivers

CORBA, J2EE, and Tuxedo Interoperability and Coexistence


BEA WebLogic Enterprise Administration Guide

Tuning and Scaling Applications


Using the WLE SPI Implementations for JNDI

Enterprise JavaBeans Specification Version 1.1

EJB XML Reference

Using the WebLogic Enterprise EJB Deployer

Using RMI in a WebLogic Enterprise Environment


Creating CORBA Java Server Applications

CORBA Java Programming Reference

Using the Notification Service

Using Request-Level Interceptors

Using the idltojava Compiler

CORBA C++ Programming Reference

Using CORBA Server-to-Server Communication

Creating CORBA C++ Server Applications

Guide to the University Sample Applications

Guide to the Java Sample Applications

Client Applications

WLE ActiveX Developer's Guide

Creating Client Applications


WebLogic Enterprise Reference

Technical Articles

WebLogic Enterprise Glossary

BEA Tuxedo 6.5 Reference Manual for WLE 5.0:

Section 1 - Commands

Section 3C - C Functions

Section 3CBL - COBOL Functions

Section 3FML - FML Commands

Section 5 - File Formats and Data Descriptions


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