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Mastering BEA WebLogic Server: Best Practices for Building and Deploying J2EE Applications

ISBN: 978-0-471-28128-3
768 pages
September 2003
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  • Designed to show experienced developers how to become power developers with BEA WebLogic
  • Covers BEA WebLogic Server version 8.1 and earlier versions
  • A perfect companion to the bestselling book, Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, Second Edition (0471-41711-4)
  • Companion Web site includes technology updates and links to related sites
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Acknowledgments.

About the Authors.

Introduction.

Chapter 1. Building Web Applications in WebLogic.

Chapter 2. Choosing a Web Application Architecture.

Chapter 3. Designing an Example J2EE Application.

Chapter 4. Building an Example Web Application.

Chapter 5. Packaging and Deploying WebLogic Web Applications.

Chapter 6. Building Enterprise JavaBeans in WebLogic Server.

Chapter 7. Building an Example EJB Application.

Chapter 8. Packaging and Deploying WebLogic EJB Applications.

Chapter 9. Using WebLogic JMS.

Chapter 10. Using WebLogic Security.

Chapter 11. Administering and Deploying Applications In WebLogic Server.

Chapter 12. Optimizing WebLogic Server Performance.

Chapter 13. Development Environment Best Practices.

Chapter 14. Production Environment Best Practices.

Chapter 15. Developing and Deploying Web Services.

Index.

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GREGORY NYBERG is a technical architect, focusing on the development of enterprise J2EE applications using BEA WebLogic Server.

ROBERT PATRICK is Senior Director of Technology at BEA Systems, specializing in designing and troubleshooting large-scale systems built with BEA WebLogic Server.

PAUL BAUERSCHMIDT is a former software engineer in the WebLogic Server Security Team at BEA Systems.

JEFF McDANIEL is Senior Director of the Technical Solutions Group at BEA Systems.

RAJA MUKHERJEE is Director of Systems Engineering at BEA Systems.

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