A Java EE library is a standalone EJB or Web application module, multiple EJB or Web application modules packaged in an enterprise application (EAR), or a single plain JAR file that is registered with the Java EE application container upon deployment. After the library has been installed and started, other deployed modules can reference the library.
Installing a Java EE library refers to making its physical file or directory known to WebLogic Server. A Java EE library can be installed as an archived EAR file or as an exploded directory. After you have installed the Java EE library, you can start it so that other deployed modules can start using it.
A table in the right pane displays the installed applications,
modules and Java EE libraries. Java EE libraries are specified with
Library entry in the Type column.
Note: You can install only the following types of archive files (or their corresponding exploded directories) as Java EE libraries: EJB JARs, Web application WARs, EAR files that contain EJB JARs or WARs, or plain JAR files that contain compiled classes.
Note: If you have not created additional Managed Servers or clusters, you will not see this assistant page
Extension-Nameattribute automatically appears in the text field.
Typically, the default values are adequate.
Libraryentry in the Type column.