by April 12, 2005 0 comments

This book is meant for Java developers who create Web and enterprise applications using WebLogic server 6.1. You would require some knowledge about the J2EE platform and database creation and quering before starting with this book. 

The book begins with an introduction to the WebLogic server and explanation of the MVC architecture. The following chapters explore J2EE component. 
Each chapter in the book explains J2EE components with an example on how to deploy them on a Weblogic server. There are separate chapters for WebLogic server administration and testing and tuning Weblogic applications. 

The book has a chapter to upgarde to Weblogic server 6.1 from earlier version and also covers all the four protocols required for creating Web services applications. A remote procedure call Web service is demonstrated through a stateless session bean example. 

Plus, the book has a chapter on securing applications. Each chapter ends with a summary. The book also has explainatory visuals that help in deploying applications in a Weblogic server efficiently. 

In all, this book is a good reference for developers working on application servers and the J2EE architecture. 

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