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If you would like to improve the speed at which you can develop a WebLogic Portal 9.2 application, this blog is for you. Actually, most of this advice applies to anyone developing medium to large Java web applications, but I will focus on WLP.
Update May 15th 2007 If you're interested in setting up Apache virtual hosts with Tomcat 5.5 and mod_jk, check out my recent blog post on that subject. I recently went through the painful exercise of configuring Tomcat 5.5 behind Apache 2 using the mod_jk connector.
As a Java developer, have you ever found yourself running into what might be politely called 'issues' related to the CLASSPATH and class loading? If you haven't, you're one of the few. This is one of the most notorious sources of developer aggravation in Java development.
I strongly recommend that you use Tomcat inside Eclipse instead of trying to manually deploy apps and start/stop Tomcat. The time it takes to download the IDE and learn the bare bones basics of use will be quickly made up for by the simplification in development, debugging, and deployment.
Resource configuration using WLST and Ant on WebLogic Server By Tanmay Ambre, JavaWorld.com, 10/10/05 Every deployable J2EE component must be specifically configured on the application server to function.