BASIC Authentication with Apache

Create user.txt with the username and password separated by colon user.txt testuser:testuser Then use the htpasswd to encrypt the password Apache2\bin>htpasswd.exe -b user.txt testuser testuser Automatically using MD5 format. Updating password for user testuser Add the following in the httpd.conf file present in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\bin LoadModule weblogic_module modules/mod_wl128_20.so <Location

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Creating Application Life Cycle Listener

Create a Class that extends ApplicationLifecycleListener. ApplicationListener.java package demo; import weblogic.application.ApplicationException; import weblogic.application.ApplicationLifecycleEvent; import weblogic.application.ApplicationLifecycleListener;; public class ApplicationListener extends ApplicationLifecycleListener { public void preStart(ApplicationLifecycleEvent evt) { System.out.println(“Event preStart received”); } public void postStart(ApplicationLifecycleEvent evt) { System.out.println(“Event postStart received”); } public void preStop(ApplicationLifecycleEvent evt) { System.out.println(“Event preStop received”); } public void

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Side by Side deployment/Versioning

Production redeployment of application/ versioning/ side by side deployment We need versioning for updating the application in production on runtime. The sessions which are already logged in will be using the previous version of the application and the new sessions created will use the new version of application. 1)In the

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Registering Custom MBeans with Weblogic Server

Registering Custom Mbeans with Weblogic Server. Example.java package jmxMbeans; public class Example implements ExampleMBean { public void sayHello(String str) { System.out.println(“Hello ” + str + “‘!”); } } ExampleMbean.java package jmxMbeans; public interface ExampleMBean { void sayHello(String name); } Index.jsp <%@ page import=”javax.management.MBeanServer”%> <%@ page import=”javax.management.ObjectName”%> <%@ page import=”javax.naming.Context”%> <%@

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Plan.xml usage for Message Driven Bean

This post is an illustration of usage of plan.xml for overriding features of Message Driven Bean application dynamically. Administrators use deployment plans to easily change an application’s WebLogic Server configuration for a specific environment without modifying existing Java EE or WebLogic-specific deployment descriptors. Multiple deployment plans can be used to

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