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WebLogic Server (WLS) provides several ways to configure servers, clusters, machines, JDBC connection pools, JMS servers, and so on, using the following: Domain Configuration wizard: GUI tool Admin console: Browser-based GUI interface Programmatic JMX API interface weblogic.Admin command-line utility The command-line interface comes in handy if you want to integrate this tool into Perl or Ant scripts for administration and management efficiency, if you can't access the Admin console through a browser, or if you prefer using command-line tools over a GUI interface. In this section we'll focus on doing admin tasks using the weblogic.Admin command-line utility. I've assumed that you're using WLS 7.0, although the same syntax should work fine in the 6.x release. Before invoking the weblogic.Admin utility, set the WLS development environment. In Windows it's setWLSEnv.cm... (more)

New Deployment Model in BEA WebLogic Server 7.0

The release of BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 offered several new features such as Web services; a pluggable, flexible security infrastructure; a migratable framework; new developer tools; JMS; and a new deployment model to provide a highly reliable framework for scalable and secure applications. In this article I'll talk about the deployment model introduced in WebLogic Server 7.0 and the different modes of application staging. New Deployment Model The new deployment model helps us prevent inconsistent deployment states across servers, especially clustered servers. In previous versions ... (more)