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How WebLogic Builder Works

Recommended Uses for WebLogic Builder

Limitations of WebLogic Builder

Starting WebLogic Builder

Migrating a J2EE Module to WebLogic Server

Working with Web Applications

Adding a Servlet with Servlet Mapping and Security Constraints

Adding an ejb-ref/ejb-local-ref

Adding a Resource Reference

Adding a Listener Class

Adding a Filter with Filter Mapping

Defining a Match Map Class

Setting Welcome and Error Pages

Adding an Existing Tag Library

Adding a Virtual Directory

Working with EJBs

Creating a Relationship Between 2.0 CMP Beans

Adding a CMP Field to an Entity Bean

Adding a Finder Method to an EJB

Specifying Optimistic Concurrency

Adding an ejb-reference or an ejb-local-reference Between Two Beans

Working with the J2EE Container

Ordering a Module

Setting Up EJB Caching

Choosing a Security Realm

WebLogic Builder User Interface

Menu Tasks

Deployment Descriptor Elements in WebLogic Builder



Step 1: Set up your applications and environment.

Step 2: Generate deployment descriptors for Smart Ticket.

Step 3: Specify <context-root> for the web application.

Step 4: Specify JNDI names.

Step 5: Define Smart Ticket's data sources.

Step 6: Deploy Smart Ticket on WebLogic Server.

Step 7: Run Smart Ticket.

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Best Practices

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