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Guide to the WebLogic code examples

The WebLogic examples

COM examples
Database-related examples:
   WebLogic jDriver JDBC drivers
Jolt for WebLogic
Web Application Archive (WAR) format
WebLogic Cluster
WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity
WebLogic Enterprise JavaBeans
WebLogic Events
WebLogic File
WebLogic HTTP Servlets
WebLogic JMS
WebLogic JNDI
WebLogic JSP
WebLogic RMI
WebLogic RMI over IIOP
WebLogic Security
WebLogic T3Client
WebLogic Time
WebLogic Workspaces
WebLogic ZAC
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) examples
XML examples
Utility files

The WebLogic examples

The examples in these directories are designed to illustrate a variety of tasks with WebLogic.
  • For general information on setting up your development environment for running WebLogic Server and these examples, see the TechStart Guide Setting your development environment. Though many of the examples are shipped "pre-built", we encourage you to setup a development environment and build the examples yourself to learn how to use WebLogic.

  • For the specific details on running an example, look at the documentation for that example using the links below.

  • For more details on using the services and principles demonstrated in the examples, read the Developers Guide for each API. There's a link -- shown as (more) -- to the appropriate Developers Guide with each example listed below.

Applets (more)
How to use WebLogic products to retrieve and display database data in applets.

COM examples (more)
VBClient shows how to invoke and operate on a Java object from a COM client. ServerSideDLLClient illustrates how to use the Weblogic COM compiler to generate Java wrapper classes for a server side COM object.

Database-related examples:
WebLogic jDriver JDBC Drivers (more)
How to use WebLogic JDBC with a variety of DBMSes, including Oracle, MSSQLServer4, ODBC, Informix4. Note: The Informix4 and MSSQLServer4 drivers are shipped and downloaded separately from WebLogic Server.

Using a DataSource object to get a connection
Using JDBC 2.0 Batch updates

WebLogic JDBC (more)
Example of WebLogic's connection pool facilities.

dbKona (more)
Some examples of dbKona's high-level data objects that work with any JDBC driver for database interaction in your application, including client-side management of query results and automatic generation of SQL.

More database use in servlets and applets (more)
Also check out the WebLogic HTTP Servlet examples, several of which use databases for dynamic data; and check out the Applet examples for more multitier database examples.

Jolt for WebLogic
How to use Enterprise JavaBeans and servlets in WebLogic with BEA Jolt for WebLogic to access BEA TUXEDO services.

Web Application Archive (WAR) format (more)
A simple example of a Web Application with instructions on how deploy it archived as a WAR file, or deploy it non-archived.

WebLogic Cluster (more)
The Cluster Enterprise JavaBean and HelloCluster illustrate use of EJB and RMI with WebLogic Clusters.

WebLogic Enterprise Connectivity (more)
How to execute CORBA objects in a WebLogic Enterprise (formerly M3) domain from WebLogic Server servlets and EJBs using a BEA IIOP connection pool in the file.

WebLogic Enterprise JavaBeans (more)
These WebLogic Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) examples demonstrate both entity and session EJBeans; using finders and WebLogic extensions; using EJBeans with servlets; and accessing integrated WebLogic services such as JNDI and Jolt Servers.

WebLogic Events (more)
These examples explain how to use WebLogic Events for managing communications between applications.

WebLogic File (more)
These examples use WebLogic File services to browse files, time your system's file transfer rate, and search for a file on the WebLogic Server.

WebLogic HTTP Servlets (more)
These examples use adaptations of selected JavaSoft Servlets to demonstrate how to write servlets.

We've also got examples that show how to use htmlKona to display dynamic data, plus how to work with server-side includes.

WebLogic JMS (more)
How to use WebLogic JMS, WebLogic's implementation of the Java Messaging Service.

WebLogic JNDI (more)
How to obtain a WebLogic JNDI naming context from either the client or the server.

WebLogic JSP (more)
How to embed Java within HTML pages to provide dynamic web content. Also includes examples on writing custom JSP tag extensions.

WebLogic RMI (more)
Hello, MultiHello, and Stock demonstrate the features of WebLogic RMI. The Stock package uses client-side callbacks into an applet.

WebLogic RMI over IIOP (more)
Demonstrate the features of WebLogic RMI over IIOP by accessing RMI objects from CORBA clients.

WebLogic SSL and ACLs (more)
How to use access control lists (ACLs), for authorization, secure sockets layer (SSL) for secure network communications, and realms for authentication.

WebLogic T3Client (more)
How to construct a simple T3Client, connect to a WebLogic Server, perform startup queries, do a shutdown, set a timeout, and use facilities of the WebLogic Server.

WebLogic Time (more)
How to schedule recurring triggers that executes on the server and the client.

WebLogic Workspaces (more)
How to use WebLogic Workspaces for caching data, creating a hidden string, disconnecting and reconnecting to a workspace, and sharing a Workspace among several clients. How to use Workspace Monitors to carry out operations before setting, getting, or destroying values in Workspaces.

WebLogic ZAC (more)
Check out the source code for the demo apps that we ship already published in the distribution.

Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Examples (more)
Illustrate how to access WebLogic Server from mobile clients and how to generate Wireless Markup Language (WML) documents.

XML Examples (more)
Illustrate how to generate and parse XML data using SAX and DOM parsers. These examples use a variety of methods for passing XML documents between objects.

Utility files used with the examples


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