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Weblogic - WebLogic Server

In this chapter, we will introduce you to the basics of WebLogic Server, with terms and concepts that will be referenced throughout this book. This chapter offers an overview of the following:
  • Various ways to use WebLogic Server as an HTTP server
  • The role of WebLogic Server as an application server
  • Major Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) components such as servlets, JSPs (Java Server Pages), and EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans)
  • The Resource Adapter
  • Details about and differences between development and production environments
  • The environment provided by WebLogic Server for application developers and administrators
WebLogic Application Server comes with an HTTP server. As an administrator, you need to be comfortable with administering the HTTP server, and you must gain the necessary skills to administer server-side Java applications with this server. Organizations have hybrid collections of Web servers installed on their sites to support enterprise applications. Therefore, you should be able to integrate WebLogic Server with other HTTP servers.
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