This chapter provides an overview of system administration for the WebLogic Server component of your development and production environments. System administration of WebLogic Server includes a wide range of tasks: creating WebLogic Server domains, deploying applications, migrating domains from development environments to production environments, monitoring and managing the performance of the runtime system, configuring and managing security for applications and system resources, and diagnosing and troubleshooting problems. Because the WebLogic Server management system is based on Java EE and other standards, it integrates with systems that are frequently used to manage other software and hardware components. Using this API, you can create custom administration utilities or automate frequent tasks using Java classes. The following sections provide an overview of system administration for the WebLogic Server component of your development or production environments:.
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PDF for offline viewing. This document describes clusters and provides information for planning, implementing, and supporting a production environment that includes WebLogic Server clusters. Download As This book contains JDBC data source configuration and administration information.
This document is a resource for system administrators who configure, manage, and monitor WebLogic JMS resources, including JMS servers, stand-alone destinations queues and topics , distributed destinations, and connection factories. This document describes how to configure and use Node Manager to control and manage servers within a WebLogic Server environment.
This document describes how to configure, manage, and monitor Oracle WebLogic Server This document describes how to design, configure, and manage WebLogic Server environments. It is a resource for system administrators and operators responsible for implementing a WebLogic Server installation. This book describes how you manage Oracle WebLogic Server startup, shutdown, and server life cycle.
It also describes WebLogic features that you help prevent and recover from server failure. This document describes how to configure and manage a WebLogic Messaging Bridge as a forwarding mechanism between any two messaging products—thereby providing interoperability between separate implementations of WebLogic JMS, or between WebLogic JMS and another messaging product.
Administering the WebLogic Persistent Store. This document describes how to configure and monitor WebLogic Persistent Store. This document is written for administrators and application developers who monitor performance and tune WebLogic Server components in a Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud environment. No summary available. Documentation that describes the features and benefits of Oracle Continuous Availability, the architectures it supports, and how you can how you can use the continuous availability features in the supported architectures.
This document describes Oracle WebLogic Server domains and how they are configured. Understanding Oracle Web Services Manager.
Understanding Oracle WebLogic Server. This document provides an overview of Oracle WebLogic Server features and describes how you can use them to create enterprise-ready solutions. Documentation for software developers that introduces web services for Oracle WebLogic Server, including interoperability and standards information.
Understanding the WebLogic Scripting Tool. Using WebLogic Server Multitenant. This document describes new features for all components of Oracle WebLogic Server This document describes deploying Java EE applications or application modules to WebLogic Server instances or clusters. This document describes the use of version 12c plug-ins provided for proxying requests from web servers to Oracle WebLogic Server. This document is intended mainly for system administrators who manage the WebLogic Server application platform and its various subsystems.
Documentation for developers that describes how to use WebLogic Server logging services to monitor application events. It describes WebLogic support for internationalization and localization of log messages, and shows you how to use the templates and tools provided with WebLogic Server to create or edit message catalogs that are locale-specific.
This document explains how to use the Oracle WebLogic Server security programming features. This book provides an overview of the Timer and Work Manager API and demonstrates how to implement it within an application.
Documentation for developers that describes how to create JMX clients that monitor and modify WebLogic Server resources. Developing Enterprise JavaBeans, Version 2. It also contains information that is useful for business analysts and system architects who are evaluating WebLogic Server.
Developing JMS. This document is written for application developers who want to develop JMS. This document explains how to use the JNDI API to provide a unified interface to multiple naming and directory services in the enterprise. This document is written for application developers who are interested in building transactional Java applications that run in the WebLogic Server environment. This document describes how to use JMX to make your applications manageable. Documentation for developers and architects that describes how to develop, package, and deploy Oracle Coherence Applications for Oracle WebLogic Server.
This document provides security vendors and application developers with the information needed to develop new security providers for use with Oracle WebLogic Server.
This document is a resource for developers who want to create standalone client applications that interoperate with WebLogic Server. Documentation for resource adapter users, deployers, and software developers that describes how to develop applications that include Java EE resource adapters to be deployed to WebLogic Server. Documentation for developers and administrators that describes how to configure and use the WebLogic Diagnostics Framework WLDF , a monitoring and diagnostic framework that defines and implements a set of services that run within Oracle WebLogic Server processes and that participate in the standard server life cycle.
Documentation for developers and administrators that describes how to use elasticity to scale up and scale down dynamic clusters in Oracle WebLogic Server. Documentation for system administrators who configure WebLogic logging services and monitor server and subsystem events, and for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition Java EE application developers who want to integrate their application logs with WebLogic Server logs.
This document is for people who monitor performance and tune the components in a WebLogic Server environment. Domain Template Reference. Error Messages. This document provides the Javadocs for WebLogic Server classes.
This document provides the data structures, file lists, data fields, and globals used when developing C applications that participate in JMS applications using the Java Native Interface JNI. This document provides information on the API used to create. Documentation for software developers that provides reference information for developing WebLogic web services.
This document describes all known issues for Oracle WebLogic Server Documentation for application architects, developers, and security administrators that explains how to configure security, including settings for security realms, providers, identity and trust, single sign-on, and SSL for Oracle WebLogic Server. This document describes how to secure and lock down an Oracle WebLogic Server production environment.
Documentation for security architects and administrators that describes how to use security roles and policies in WebLogic Server to determine who can access resources in a domain. Documentation for security software developers that describes how to secure WebLogic web services for Oracle WebLogic Server, including configuring transport- and message-level security. This document introduces and explains the underlying concepts of the Oracle WebLogic Security Service.
Administering Zero Downtime Patching Workflows. This document describes how to create workflows to move a domain from an existing Oracle Home to a patched Oracle Home, update to a new Java version, update applications in a domain, or perform a rolling restart without any loss of service. Upgrading Oracle WebLogic Server. This document describes the procedures to upgrade an application environment to Oracle WebLogic Server 12c
Oracle Weblogic 12c for Administrators™: A Complete Guide
PDF for offline viewing. This document describes clusters and provides information for planning, implementing, and supporting a production environment that includes WebLogic Server clusters. Download As This book contains JDBC data source configuration and administration information. This document is a resource for system administrators who configure, manage, and monitor WebLogic JMS resources, including JMS servers, stand-alone destinations queues and topics , distributed destinations, and connection factories. This document describes how to configure and use Node Manager to control and manage servers within a WebLogic Server environment. This document describes how to configure, manage, and monitor Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Administration Handbook
The WebLogic Server infrastructure supports the deployment of many types of distributed applications and is an ideal foundation for building applications based on Service-Oriented Architectures SOA. End-user clients access these applications using Web browser clients or Java clients. It also supports the Spring Framework, a programming model for Java applications which provides an alternative to aspects of the Java EE model. WebLogic Server clusters provide scalability and reliability for your applications by distributing the workload among multiple instances of WebLogic Server.
An Oracle DBA's Guide to WebLogic Server
The purpose of this article is to introduce some of the concepts of WebLogic Server, providing links to more specific articles. I think of it as the type of thing I wish I had read during my first hour of learning WebLogic Server. When we think of the top-level view of infrastructure to support web applications, we are normally thinking about a situation like this. The client browser connects to your systems via the internet or an intranet. Typically you would expect your SSL termination to happen at a load balancer, reverse proxy , basic web server.