9 Developing a WLS-IIOP Client (Deprecated)

Learn how to develop and use a WebLogic Server-IIOP client. A WLS-IIOP client is a non-ORB based JS2E client that provides WebLogic Server-specific features.

Note:

The WebLogic Server-IIOP client is deprecated as of WebLogic Server 12.1.3 because of its dependency on the wlfullclient.jar and may be removed in a future release. For more information on other WebLogic client types, see Table 2-1.

This chapter includes the following sections:

WLS-IIOP Client Features

The WLS-IIOP client supports WebLogic Server specific features, including clustering, SSL, and scalability.

Note:

The WebLogic Server-IIOP client does not support the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS). Use JNDI Authentication, see Developing Clients that use JNDI Authentication.

See Clients and Features.

How to Develop a WLS-IIOP Client

Learn how to develop a WLS-IIOP Client using Java SE client.

The procedure for developing a WLS-IIOP Client is the same as the procedure described in Developing a Java SE Client (Deprecated) with the following additions:

  • Include the full wlfullclient.jar (located in WL_HOME/server/lib) in the client's CLASSPATH.

  • Use weblogic.jndi.WLInitialContextFactory when defining your JNDI context factory. Use this class when setting the value for the "Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY" property that you supply as a parameter to new InitialContext().

  • You do not need to use the -D weblogic.system.iiop.enableClient=true command line option to enable client access when starting the client. By default, if you use wlfullclient.jar, enableClient is set to true.