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WebLogic Admin Tricks & Tips. Here I am jotting out few interesting Best practices for Oracle WebLogic environments, which I have experienced/encountered hurdles while preparing a WebLogic Domain.

WebLogic Admin Tricks & Tips

To Win this Running race you must overcome these hurdles, the best solutions is remembering all of them now I am sharing with you guys here: 1. Dedicated User and group Oracle WebLogic installation on Solaris machine or Linux or a Windows machine, it is better to have a dedicated user and shared growup where you can install the Middleware components WebLogic, Coherence, WebCenter sites, Content Management etc. provide access to all so that all other users need not to installing for each new domain on the same machine. My experiment: Remember that, You can run above user creation command if you have root user access only. 2. The following diagram will tells you how sed works on text patterns. Learning SED scripting. Main Page - Mwiki.

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Deployment. Console. Weblogic tips. Console. Cluster. Security. JMS. Certification. Cost of Ownership Analysis: Oracle WebLogic Server vs. JBoss. A very interesting whitepaper by Crimson Consulting Group comparing the cost of ownership between Weblogic and JBoss.

Cost of Ownership Analysis: Oracle WebLogic Server vs. JBoss

Although JBoss is free, the whitepaper has serious claims that on the long run Weblogic is cheaper. Although, this study was sponsored by Oracle, it seems to be very serious and definitely is worthy of a look. Below some interesting parts from the whitepaper: JBoss costs more than WebLogic Server after 2 years and as much as 35% more over 5 years. Key Takeaways JBoss is 35% more costly than WebLogic Server over 5 years, despite its free license.Oracle WebLogic Server becomes less expensive on a TCO basis within two years from acquisition – an advantage that continues to grow with every year of operation. Figure 1 illustrates how small the initial costs of Acquisition and Implementation are with respect to the total 5-year costs of an application server deployment.

Table 4 shows the total costs of implementing, configuring, and customizing the two application servers. Stop Wasting Money On WebLogic, WebSphere, And JBoss Application Servers. Use Apache Tomcat.

Stop Wasting Money On WebLogic, WebSphere, And JBoss Application Servers

It is free. I don’t understand why firms spend millions of dollars on Java application servers like Oracle Weblogic or IBM WebSphere Application Server. I get why firms spend money on Red Hat JBoss -- they want to spend less on application servers. But, why spend anything at all? Apache Tomcat will satisfy the deployment requirements of most Java web applications. I am jambay - James Bayer's Blog. WebLogic Server Infomania. Middleware Magic. René van Wijk In this post we show a step-by-step example of how to set-up a high available tuned Java EE environment.

We start with installing a Java Virtual Machine (in this case HotSpot) and JBoss Application Server. We continue with configuring a standalone server, tune the operating system and the Java Virtual Machine. WebLogic 12c in Action. In this post we are going to put WebLogic 12c to work. We start with setting-up our playground by installing VMWare WorkStation and creating a RedHat Enterprise Linux virtual machine.

The WebLogic Server Blog. With more transactions and data to handle than ever before, the demands on your infrastructure are increasing.

The WebLogic Server Blog

So if your middle tier is costing you heavily in database resources, how will you scale? Installing and Configuring the Microsoft IIS Plug-In. The following sections describe how to install and configure the Microsoft Internet Information Server Plug-In: Overview of the Microsoft Internet Information Server Plug-In.

Installing and Configuring the Microsoft IIS Plug-In

Oracle Fusion Middleware: Cannot call commit/rollback when using distributed transactions. Oracle Technologies Premier. One of the fundamental challenges that every individual/team experiences when implementing business processes using Oracle BPM Suite 11g is the ability to run unit tests.

Oracle Technologies Premier

Managers and testers direly want unit testing from developers to ensure code quality and stability. Another important requirement around testing is around coverage i.e how to ensure that all possible scenarios represented by the business processes are properly unit tested. Having a stringent methodology towards unit testing and a framework of executing them every time a functionality is changed or when the business processes are deployed is a much desired and essential feature. Unfortunately there is a dearth of information available for developers to be able to create a complete and comprehensive framework of unit testing. The Problem Statement The credibility of a business process lies not only in the way it has been implemented but also in it being diligently tested for all outcomes and scenarios.

Prerequisite(s) Oracle Technologies Premier. I recently came across a requirement to create a DB Adapter for doing some CRUD on MSSQL Server DB from OSB. There were a few problems that I faced and would like to share the details of what I followed for the same. To create a DB Adapter in OSB 11g we would have to create the Adapter WSDL and EIS xml files in JDeveloper. Here is a sequence of steps that can be followed to create a DB Adapter for MSSQL in OSB. Add Oracle’s SQL JDBC driver (Present in Weblogic home/Server/lib) to JDeveloper. Files to copy would be weblogic.jar, wlclient.jar and wlsqlserver.jar. Add these files to the JDeveloper classpath. Parts Of JVM And JVM Architecture Diagram? Hi All, Jay SenSharma JVM is the heart of any Java based Application Server.

Parts Of JVM And JVM Architecture Diagram?

We face most of the issues deu to incorrect JVM tunning. It is very important to understand the Overall architecture of the JVM in order to trouble shoot different JVM tunning related issues.Here we are going to discuss the Architecture and the Major parts of a Java Process And the Java Heap Division. Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (ofm11g) on Centos 5. Posted on Saturday, 4 July 2009 by Eric Elzinga The new Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g just got released a few days back, so time to play with it!

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (ofm11g) on Centos 5

Oracle did a great job on the installation guide and quickstart again, so installation wasn’t a real hard job. A short overview of the steps we need to follow Install Oracle Database (i used OracleXE)Create Schemas for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BAM by using Repository Creation Utility (RCU)Install Oracle WebLogic Server and Create the Middleware HomeInstalling Oracle SOA SuiteConfiguring Oracle SOA SuitePost-Installation TasksInstalling Oracle SOA Suite Design-Time Components On the download page i downloaded the next components. Installing Fusion Middleware Control 11g (Enterprise Manager) Installing Fusion Middleware Control 11g on to a Weblogic domain is a very troublesome affair.

Installing Fusion Middleware Control 11g (Enterprise Manager)

By default Weblogic 10.3.3 does not come with the Enterprise Manager. WebLogic Server Documentation. WebLogic Server Known and Resolved Issues. Activation Hangs. WebLogic Server Documentation. WebLogic Server Documentation for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (11.1.1.5) Running the Installation Program in Silent Mode. The following sections describe how to run the installation program in silent mode: What Is Silent-Mode Installation?

Running the Installation Program in Silent Mode

Silent-mode installation allows you to define an installation configuration only once and then use the configuration to duplicate the installation on many machines. During installation in silent mode, the installation program reads the settings for your configuration from an XML file that you create before beginning the installation. The installation program does not display any configuration options during the installation process. Silent-mode installation works on both Windows and UNIX systems. The instructions in this section are based on the assumption that you have already acquired the installation program as described in Product Distribution. Overview of Silent-Mode Installation Steps The silent-mode installation process has two primary steps: Important Considerations for Silent-Mode Installation When using silent mode, keep the following considerations in mind: Note: <!