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Introduction to WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express

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Introduction to WebLogic Server

The WebLogic Server Solution

J2EE Platform

Application Deployment Across Distributed, Heterogeneous Environments

About WebLogic Express

WebLogic Server Application Architecture

Software Component Tiers

Client Tier Components

Middle Tier Components

Backend Tier Components

Application Logic Layers

Presentation Logic Layer

Web Browser Clients

Non-Browser Clients

Web Service Clients

Business Logic Layer

Entity Beans

Session Beans

Message-Driven Beans

Application Services Layer

XML Implementation

Network Communications Technologies

Data and Access Services

Messaging Technologies

WebLogic Server Users



System Administrator


WebLogic Server Services

WebLogic Server as a Web Server

How WebLogic Server Functions as a Web Server

Web Server Features

Virtual Hosting

Using Proxy Server Configurations

Load Balancing

Failover and Replication

WebLogic Server Security Service

WebLogic Server Clusters

Benefits of Using Clusters

Cluster Architecture

How a WebLogic Server Cluster Is Defined in a Network

How WebLogic Servers in a Cluster Communicate

Clustered Services

Server Management and Monitoring

Administration Server

Administration Console


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