The following sections describe the contents and organization of this guide—Using ActiveCache:
This document is a resource for:
Application developers who want to develop and configure applications using ActiveCache features, such as the ability to use a simplified approach for accessing Coherence data caches from WebLogic Server applications.
Administrators who want to use WebLogic management tools, such as the Administration Console, Node Manager, and WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), to create, configure, control, and monitor Coherence cache servers and Coherence clusters.
This chapter, Chapter 1, "Introduction and Roadmap," describes the organization of this document.
Chapter 2, "About ActiveCache," provides an overview of ActiveCache features.
Chapter 3, "Accessing Data Caches from Applications," explains how to use ActiveCache with applications running on WebLogic Server.
Chapter 4, "Accessing and Retrieving Relational Data," describes how to use ActiveCache with TopLink Grid's relational-to-object mapping capabilities to cache relational data.
For additional information, see the following Coherence and WebLogic Server documents:
In this release of WebLogic Server, you can use the WebLogic Server Administration Server, via the Administration Console or WLST, along with the java-based Node Manager, to control (start, stop, and restart), configure, and monitor stand-alone Coherence cache servers.
For a comprehensive listing of other new WebLogic Server features introduced in this release, see Oracle Fusion Middleware What's New in Oracle WebLogic Server.