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Introduction to Oracle Jolt for Oracle WebLogic Server
Key Features
How Jolt for WebLogic Works
Relationship Between Jolt for WebLogic and Tuxedo
Essential Components of the Jolt Architecture
WebLogic Server Startup
Connecting to a WebLogic Server from a Client Browser
How a Servlet Connects to Tuxedo
What Happens if the Request Fails
Responding to the Client Browser
Disconnecting from the Jolt Server
Using the Example Packages
Configuring Jolt for WebLogic Server
Configuring Jolt for Tuxedo
Configuring Jolt for WebLogic Server
Jolt Startup Class and Connection Pool
Jolt Shutdown Class
Displaying Jolt in the WebLogic Administration Console
Resetting the Jolt Connection Pool
Command-line Method
Administration Console Method
Implementing Jolt for WebLogic
Importing Packages
Configuring a Session Pool
Using a Servlet Session Pool
Calling a Tuxedo Service
Sending a ServletDataSet
Adding Parameters to the Dataset
Accessing a Tuxedo Service Through Jolt
Converting Java Data Types to Tuxedo Data Types
Receiving Results from a Service
Using the Result.getValue() Method
Using the ServletResult.getStringValue() Method
Using a Transaction
Handling Exceptions
Class Hierarchy
Oracle Jolt Class Hierarchy for the Oracle WebLogic Server API
Simple Servlet Example
Example Components and Prerequisites
Using the Example
Step 1. Perform Preparatory Steps
Step 2. Start the WebLogic Server
Step 3. Configure the Servlet in WebLogic Server
Step 4. Stop and Restart the WebLogic Server
Step 5. Compile the Servlet
Step 6. Display the simpapp.html Form
Step 7. Post the FORM Data from the Browser
Step 8. Process the Request
Step 9. Return the Results to the Client
Servlet with Enterprise JavaBean Example
About the Servlet with JavaBean Example
Preparing to Use the Servlet with JavaBean Example
Set Up Your Environment
Build the Example
Run the Servlet with JavaBean Example

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