The WebLogic Server is configured with a properties file. This
document explains the many options for configuration and
summarizes all of the properties. You can also get instructions
here on how to register
Java Servlet-type servlets and access control lists for use with
the WebLogic Server as an HTTP server.
A quick summary of the essentials necessary to get the
Server started and test connectivity to it. Includes
information on WebLogic's
An overview of classpath issues, including setting classpath
to run WebLogic Server, examples, clients, and more.
How to test your multitier JDBC connection to
WebLogic and a DBMS from a client.
Information on native performance packs, Windows convenience
programs, and WebLogic Server Administration commands.
Instructions on how to start and stop the Console.
Instructions on how to configure, set up, start, and stop servers
in a clustered configuration.
How to enable and tune caching for alternative security realms, including the LDAP,
Windows NT, and UNIX realms.
How to set up the WebLogic Server to use Netscape Directory Server,
Microsoft Site Server, or Novell NDS for users and groups instead of the weblogic.properties file.
How to set up the WebLogic Server to authenticate users and groups
from a Windows NT domain instead of the weblogic.properties file.
How to set up WebLogic Server to authenticate users and groups
with UNIX password authentication instead of the weblogic.properties file.
Information on how to tune WebLogic for best performance with
your client applications.
Describes how to configure WebLogic as your primary HTTP
server, how to set up an HTTP proxy, how
to construct applet tags and servlet URLs, how to register servlets,
and other details on using the WebLogic Server for serverside Java.
How to set up and configure the Jolt for WebLogic classes to
provide access to BEA TUXEDO services from servlets.
How to use WebLogic Zero Administration Client to publish your
client applications from a WebLogic Server.
How to set up Netscape to proxy requests to WebLogic
via a Netscape NSAPI plug-in for WebLogic.
How to set up Microsoft Internet Information Server to proxy requests to
WebLogic via the ISAPI plug-in for WebLogic.
How to set up an Apache Server to proxy requests to
WebLogic Server via the WebLogic-to-Apache Bridge.
Instructions on how to set up WebLogic for SSL use with WebLogic
Secure, including information on how to procure or generate a
The Admin facility is made up of browser-based servlets that
expose the processes of the WebLogic Server. The facility has its own
set of Help pages that are shipped
with the distribution, and which are maintained here for public use.
Describes how to configure the WebLogic Server
to connect to a WebLogic Enterprise system (formerly "M3" from BEA).
Describes how to configure the WebLogic Server SNMP Agent
to monitor the status of your server or server cluster .