The WLS 12c (12.1.2) release includes a new feature that enables OSGi bundles to be installed and used by deployed applications.
The full documentation is here:
In short this feature enables WLS to create an OSGi framework (Apache Felix 4.03) in which (more...)
I love the zip file distribution. It's the flavour of WLS I mostly use. Unzip, configure, go. Delete it to remove it, start all over again. Install it from a Maven goal. Easy.
Small point to note is that the zip file
distribution has been (more...)
Was talking to one of our local partners yesterday who's in the middle of an infrastructure build for FMW using a 3rd party cloud provider. He mentioned he was looking at how to handle the JTA transaction logs for their HA requirements without being able to rely on shared (more...)
The WebLogic Server documentation set has undergone a nice facelift in the 12c (12.1.2) release.
I find the breakdown sections generally quite useful to quickly locate the information I'm looking for, but I still regularly go directly to a specific book as (more...)
The WebLogic Server 12.1.2 release is now available for download from OTN.
Contains a raft of new features, check out the list in the What's New guide:
Lots of good stuff there, covering new development features as well as operational features such as dynamic (more...)
In addition to the WebSocket support we've added into the next major release of WebLogic Server (version 12.1.2 with all usual caveats with respect to release timeframes, no guarantee, etc.) we've also added support for the HTML5 ServerSent-Event model through collaborating with the GlassFish team and integrating (more...)
We've been busy working on putting in support for the WebSocket Protocol into WebLogic Server with the intent to include it in the next major release (usual caveats apply with respect to dates, times, features, etc.). Running the Autobahn WS Testsuite
, which seems to be the industry (more...)
In a similar vein to my last post, with this blog I'd like to try and raise the visibility of another bug that is being seen in a few different places, and for which there is already a patch available for it.
The basic issue here is that when an (more...)
Multipart File Upload with WLS 12c
Just a word for anyone out there looking to use the Servlet 3.0 file upload feature with WLS 12c.
If you use the annotation approach on the Servlet class, it works perfectly well
However if you use the web.xml file to specify (more...)
That's quite the mouthful of annotations ..
was posed recently on the WLS EJB OTN
forum asking about why WLS doesn't correctly support this combination of annotations, where the method with the @PostConstruct annotation was not being called as expected.
WebLogic Server has supported the notion of a Singleton Service for a number of releases, in which WebLogic Server will maintain a single instance of a configured singleton service on one managed server within a cluster. The singleton can be migrated to another server in the cluster, either automatically (more...)
The OTN documentation pages don't appear yet to have a link to the WLS 10.3.6 documentation set.
If you are looking for it in the interim you can find it here:
While this is predominantly a patchset, there are a number of new features (more...)
Following a posting on here last year that described using the filtering classloader within a web application, several folks commented that it wasn't described in the documentation.
The WebLogic Server 12c (18.104.22.168)
documentation shows the prefer-application-packages and prefer-application-resources elements as being available in the weblogic.xml file.
Short and sweet this one, purely for my own future simple reference.
To use prefer-application-packages
in weblogic.xml, it looks like this:
<weblogic-web-app xmlns="http://xmlns.oracle.com/weblogic/weblogic-web-app" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/web-app_2_5.xsd http://xmlns.oracle.com/weblogic/weblogic-web-app http://xmlns.oracle.com/weblogic/weblogic-web-app/1.2/weblogic-web-app.xsd">
Not sure how I overlooked this, but according to this page here:
There are prebuilt (unofficial) binaries for Java SE 7 on Mac OS X here:
Talking with Doug Clarke
of EclipseLink fame and fortune last week, it sounds like there is some real interest from developers in wanting to update WebLogic Server to use later versions of the EclipseLink in order to access it's evolving feature set.
Which should offer no surprises really, EclipseLink rocks.
Preparing a little for the Adelaide JUG meeting yesterday, where Java SE 7 was going to be the topic of discussion, I finally thought it was time to grab the OpenJDK 7 source, get it built and working on my Mac.
After checking off the pre-reqs, the (more...)