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This book provides extremely comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the technical, as well as the socio-technical, skills you need as a J2EE practitioner to successfully build, deploy, extend, integrate and manage your enterprise-class J2EE applications and Web Services, all through one agile application infrastructure platform The WebLogic Platform 7.0 (WebLogic Server, WebLogic Workshop, WebLogic Portal and WebLogic Integration).Inside you will find intellectually constructed topics related to effectively using the J2EE technology components and services to build enterprise-class Web-enabled applications, optimally configuring your WebLogic Server to provide a scalable and highly-available execution environment for your deployed J2EE applications, how to design and build enterprise class Web Services using WebLogic Workshop, how to integrate your business processes and applications using WebLogic Integration, and finally an end-to-end practitioners approach to developing a portal solution using WebLogic Portal.Since the content in this book goes beyond just discussing J2EE and the WebLogic Platform, this book can also serve as a valuable resource for those people embedded within a J2EE software development team that need to understand the human and software engineering principles that pertain to a successful J2EE software development effort, as well as the relevance of an agile application infrastructure to derive a future-proofed solution.* Learn how to create a blueprint of your J2EE applications using UML diagrams.* Structure your J2EE project with agile or predictive software development methodologies.* Become versed on the capabilities,new features and technical architecture of the WebLogic Platform 7.0.* Master how to install and efficiently configure a WebLogic Server with BEA's performance-based JRockit JVM or Sun's HotSpot JVM.* Leverage the WebLogic Server's administration and deployment tools.* Master how to effectively use the WebLogic Server's implementations of the J2EE services RMI, JDBC, JNDI, JMS, and JTA.* Develop presentation logic using Servlets and Java Server Pages.* Use Enterprise JavaBeans (Session, Entity and Message-driven beans) to implement your business logic.* Extend a WebLogic Server domain through the introduction of remote managed servers.* Implement an administration and monitoring framework using Node Manager in conjunction with the WebLogic Server's new Self-Health Monitoring System.* Architect and implement highly available and scalable application deployment solutions using the WebLogic Server cluster.* Abstract security enforcement from J2EE applications via WebLogic's new flexible security architecture.* Optimally package J2EE Web and Enterprise applications and deploy them to your WebLogic Server.* Performance tune the WebLogic Server's internal subsystems.* Understand the WebLogic Server internals for supporting and implementing standards-based Web Services.* Leverage best practices for designing and building enterprise class Web Services using * WebLogic Workshop.* Develop integrated process flows between applications using WebLogic Integration's (WLI) Business Process Management (BPM) functionality.* Understand the J2EE Connector Architecture through WebLogic Integration's Adapter Development Kit.* Build an end-to-end portal solution using WebLogic Portal that brings to perspective the full capabilities of the WebLogic Platform WebLogic Server, WebLogic Workshop (Web Services) and Integration (Integration services).
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