Automating application deployment on Weblogic Server.

In this article we will demonstrate three ways of deployment and undeployment on Weblogic Server 1. Using WLST 2. Using JMX 3. Using build script. Application Deployment using WLST connect(‘weblogic’,’weblogic’,’t3://localhost:7001′) edit() startEdit() deploy(‘CookieApp’,’D:/Replications/CookieApp’,targets=’AdminServer’) save() activate() exit() Application Undeployment using WLST connect(‘weblogic’,’weblogic’,’t3://localhost:7001′) edit() startEdit() undeploy(‘CookieApp’) save() activate() exit() Application Deployment using

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Basic FileNet FAQs

Basic FileNet FAQs:   Question 1: Why ECM? Answer:  ECM stands for Enterprise Content management. Industry contains mix of Structured and Unstructured data. Structured data, include a customer record or a transaction history with well-defined data fields, such as customer name, customer ID, and transaction date. Search facilities within an

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JMX Policy Editor to modify Deployer role

The below post describes how we can modify the default policy settings for the Deployer role users. By default the user with Deployer role cannot start / stop the JDBC Data Source. There could be situations where you would like to provide the permissions to do so. While trying to

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What is Kerberos?

Three parties are involved in Kerberos Based Authentication – Client, Server and a Kerberos Distribution Centre. The diagram below clearly demonstrates how the interactions between the three parties happen. 1 – Client requests for a TGT (Ticket to Get Tickets) from the KDC (Key Distribution Centre). Client sends its username

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Uniform Distributed Destinations (UDD) feature in WebLogic

The below post depicts a sample configuration of a Uniform Distributed Destination (Queue/ Topic) for the WebLogic JMS feature. A Distributed Destination represents a group of physical queues, or topics, whose members are hosted by JMS servers in a WebLogic cluster. The distributed destination is bound to a logical JNDI

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FileNet Training Guide

Link below shows the basics of FileNet and its products like Application Engine, Content Engine, Process Engine  and their real time implementations. This link helps FileNet begineers to have basic idea on FileNet products and to understand its importance at organisation level. Weblogic Wonders – FileNet Training

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JBoss Twiddle utility examples

The below post describes some common usage scenarios of the twiddle JBoss command line utility. JBoss provides a simple command line tool that allows for interaction with a remote JMX server instance. This tool is called twiddle (for twiddling bits via JMX) and is located in the bin directory of

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Silent Installation of WebLogic Server

The below post describes about the Silent Installation of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g. Silent mode installation allows you to define an installation configuration file called silent.xml, based upon which the required components are installed. This does not provide any configuration options during the installation process. Silent installation allows using the

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FormBased authentication in JBoss

J2EE WebContainers provide authentication mechanism feature to protect the Web Resources. These are defined by <auth-method> attribute in the web.xml deployment descriptor. Different authentication mechanisms provided are: FORM BASIC CLIENT-CERT This post describes a sample example for the FORM Based Authentication in JBoss Application Server authenticating against the default JMX

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Thread Dumps in JBoss

The below article shows about capturing the Thread Dumps for JBoss Application Server in event of any server hangs or to diagnose any  performance bottlenecks using the JBoss Server Utilities. Using JMX Console: JMX-Console application is deployed on to the JBoss Application Server by default  and you can access the

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