BEA Weblogic® Server Bible


This book provides a comprehensive, hands-on guide to the nuts and bolts of installing, administering and troubleshooting a WebLogic Server (version 6.1) and building enterprise applications that take advantage of WebLogic's strong support of the J2EE standard.
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This book provides a comprehensive, hands-on guide to the nuts and bolts of installing, administering and troubleshooting a WebLogic Server (version 6.1) and building enterprise applications that take advantage of WebLogic's strong support of the J2EE standard.
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You can't build today's web-based enterprise applications in isolation: you have to understand an exceptionally wide range of technologies, and bring together teams with widely diverse skills: software architects, J2EE developers, networking professionals, database specialists, application server administrators, and many others. The authors of BEA WebLogic Server Bible recognize this. Their book covers not only WebLogic 6.1 coding and configuration but the entire project.

You'll start with an overview of organizing your project team; then walk through the make-or-break topic of multi-tier J2EE application design -- containers, components, use cases, modeling, and more. Once you know what you're trying to accomplish, you'll configure your WebLogic environment, then systematically review each of key J2EE API WebLogic supports -- including JDBC, JNDI, JTA for transactions, and RMI (where BEA's implementation has much to recommend it over Sun's).

Next, the authors move on to web component development: JSP and servlets, then tag libraries and custom tags, and then a full section on Enterprise JavaBeans development, including up-to-the-minute coverage of EJB 2.0 message-driven beans. The book's full lifecycle coverage includes detailed coverage of application deployment, testing, tuning, security, and finally, administration. It's an essential resource for every WebLogic 6.x enterprise developer. (Bill Camarda)

Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer with nearly 20 years' experience in helping technology companies deploy and market advanced software, computing, and networking products and services. He served for nearly ten years as vice president of a New Jersey–based marketing company, where he supervised a wide range of graphics and web design projects. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764548543
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2002
  • Series: Bible Series, #220
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1008
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 2.13 (d)

Meet the Author

Joe Zuffoletto is President/CEO of ZeeWare, Inc., a software development/consulting firm that specializes in J2EE implementations using WebLogic. He has 15 years' software development experience, including 5 years of C++, 4 years of Java, and 10 years of SQL/RDBMS. In 11 years of consulting he has completed projects for Cisco, Apple, HP, Wells Fargo, B of A, Barclays Bank, Hambrecht and Quist and many others. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton University. ZeeWare is a BEA Technology Alliance Partner that is currently working on 3 WebLogic projects for Bank of America in San Francisco.
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Table of Contents


Part I: Preparing Your Enterprise for WebLogic.

Chapter 1: A Quick Tour of WebLogic Server.

Chapter 2: Assembling and Managing a WebLogic Development Team.

Chapter 3: Designing WebLogic Applications.

Chapter 4: Creating a WebLogic Environment.

Part II: WebLogic and the J2EE APIs.

Chapter 5: Working with WebLogic JDBC.

Chapter 6: Working with WebLogic JTA.

Chapter 7: Working with WebLogic JNDI.

Chapter 8: Working with WebLogic RMI.

Chapter 9: Working with WebLogic JMS.

Chapter 10: Working with WebLogic JavaMail.

Part III: Developing Web Components.

Chapter 11: Developing Servlets.

Chapter 12: Developing JavaServer Pages.

Chapter 13: Developing Tag Libraries.

Part IV: Developing EJB Components.

Chapter 14: Understanding Enterprise JavaBeans.

Chapter 15: Developing Session Beans.

Chapter 16: Developing Entity Beans.

Chapter 17: Developing Message-Driven Beans.

Part V: Deploying and Testing Enterprise Applications.

Chapter 18: Assembling and Deploying WebLogic Applications.

Chapter 19: Testing and Tuning WebLogic Applications.

Part VI: Implementing Security.

Chapter 20: Understanding Security Fundamentals.

Chapter 21: Understanding WebLogic's Security Architecture.

Chapter 22: Securing a WebLogic Application.

Part VII: WebLogic Server Administration.

Chapter 23: Working with WebLogic's Administration Tools.

Chapter 24: Working with WebLogic Clusters.

Chapter 25: Managing WebLogic Security.

Part VIII: Enterprise Application Integration.

Chapter 26: Working with Web Services, SOAP, and WSDL.

Chapter 27: Working with WebLogic and the _J2EE Connector Architecture.

Appendix: Upgrading to WebLogic Server 6.1 from _Earlier Versions.


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