Weblogic Learning Part2

Diff between 11g vs 12C

11g 12C
—- —–
–>Support JDK6,7 (from JDK7 or higher
–>Webserver plugin is bundled with WLS Installer need to download explicitly
–>patching: bsu utility [smart patching] opatch utility
–>no dynamic cluster Dynamic cluster
–>Servlet–>2.5 Servlet–>3.0
JSP–>2.1 JSP–>2.2 or higher
JDBC–>4.0 JDBC–>4.0
EJB–>3.0 EJB–>3.1 or higher

Various Weblogic Editions

Standard Edition[SE] —>no cluster supported
Enterprise Edition[EE] —> [SE] + support cluster
Weblogic Suite —> [EE] + Active Gridlink for RAC

Q)Which statement is false regarding weblogic 12c?
a)supports Java EE 6.0
b)supports Weblogic Web services 8.1 Application env
c)includes a new Maven plug-in
d)support use of annotations in resource adapter class file

Q)Which is the correct Weblogic server distribution version to download if you want to install Weblogic server 12c to run in
64 bit mode,on a 64 bit Linux machine?
a)Linux x86 with 64 bit JVM
b)Zip distribution for Linux
c)Linux x86 with 32 bit JVM
d)Generic distribution
e)Network Installer


Pre requisite

Create oracle user account , then start installation.
–>yum install oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall -y

1)JDK 1.8.0_xxx
2)Weblogic 12.2.1.x


installation location: /usr/java/jdk

Weblogic 12.2.1.x

–>su –
–>mkdir -p /u01/app/oracle/product/middleware

—>unzip the weblogic installation file
—>java -jar fmw_12.2.1.x.0_wls.jar
–>Inventory location: /u01/app/oraInventory
os group : oinstall
–>Oracle Home : /u01/app/oracle/product/middleware

Creating Managed Server

—>goto example.com:7001/console
–>Lock and Edit
–>Server Name: ms1
Port : 8001
–>Activate Changes

–>cd $DOMAIN_HOME/bin
–>./startManagedWeblogic.sh ms1 example.com:7001


cd $DOMAIN_HOME/servers/ms1
mkdir -p security
cd security
vi boot.properties

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