Tuesday Nov 29, 2011

JavaOne Latin America 2011: Keynotes, Sessions, Hands-on Lab, Geek Bike Ride, etc.

After a very successful JavaOne San Francisco, the first JavaOne on the road for 2011 is heading to Latin America next week. There are 59 sessions delivered by several rock star speakers and with 60% sessions delivered by the local community. There are strategy, technical and community keynotes. The community keynote on Thursday will particularly be lot of fun with appearances from Java Champions, JUG leaders, jHome, and several others. Also check out the Exhibitor Floor Plan and don't forget to Register!

The complete session schedule gives an overview for the list of technical sessions and hands-on lab. There are several Java EE, GlassFish, and WebLogic sessions and are highlighted below:

Tuesday, Dec 6
  • Oracle WebLogic Server
  • XML-Free Programming: Java Server and Client Development without <>
  • Java EE Application in Production: Tips and Tricks to achieve zero downtime
  • Web Applications and Wicket Scala on GlassFish and Java EE 6
  • REST and Java best practices, issues and solutions for the Enterprise
  • Building a RESTful Web Application with JAX-RS and Ext JS 4
Wednesday, Dec 7
  • Oracle GlassFish Server in the Virtual World
  • JAX-RS 2.0: What's in JSR 339 ?
  • JSF 343: What's coming in Java Message Service 2.0 ?
  • The Great News of JSF 2.0!
Thursday, Dec 8
  • Servlet 3.1 Update
  • Develop, Deploy, and Monitor a Java EE 6 Application with Clustered GlassFish 3.1
  • Migrating from EJB/SOAP to REST with JAX-RS: The Case of the Central Bank of Brazil
  • GlassFish REST Administration Back End: An Insider look at a real REST Application
  • Scripting and Agile Java EE Applications with Jython

And this is Brazil so a fun element is important. There are the usual Caiprihinas, Churrascaria, late night social dinners, community engagement, and multiple other fun activities. Fabiane Nardon and SOUJava gang are also organizing a Geek Bike Ride on the Sunday (Dec 4th) before JavaOne. The 20k ride (map) starts at 7am and goes through the streets of Sao Paulo. This is an opportunity to meet some of the JavaOne speakers and attendees outside the conference. They've even designed a t-shirt and 32 geeks have signed up so far.

I'm glad my discussion with Fabiane during FISL early this year for arranging this bike ride is finally taking shape! I'm definitely looking forward to it and will be bringing nice fruity Odwalla bars for all the riders. Be there to ride with me and many others :-)

Stay updated by following @oracledobrasil and @javaoneconf.

I'll be there, will you ?

Don't wait and register now!

And in case you are interested in reading about the experience from last year ... it was lot of fun! Just check out a collage of pictures yourself ...

And the complete album at:

Monday Nov 28, 2011

NetBeans 7.1 RC1 now available - JavaFX 2, Enhanced Java Editor, Improved JavaEE, WebLogic 12 support

NetBeans 7.1 RC1 is now available!

What's new in NetBeans 7.1 ?
  • Support for JavaFX 2
    • Full compile/debug/profile development cycle
    • Many editor enhancements
    • Deployment tools 
    • Customized UI controls using CSS3
  • Enhanced Java editor
    • Upgrade projects completely to JDK 7
    • Import statement organizer
    • Rectangular block selection
    • Getters/Setters included in refactoring
  • Java EE 
    • 50+ CDI improvements
    • RichFaces4 and ICEFaces2 component libraries
    • EJB Timer creation wizard
    • Code completion for table, column, and PU names
  • CSS3, GUI Builder, Git, Maven3, and several other features listed at New and Noteworthy
Download and give us your feedback using NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing by Dec 7th.

Check out the latest tutorials.

To me the best part was creating a Java EE 6 application, deploying on GlassFish, and then re-deploying the same application by changing the target to Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (internal build). And now see the same application deployed to both the servers:

Don't miss the Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Launch Event on Dec 1.

You can provide additional feedback about NetBeans on mailing lists and forums, file reports, and contact us via Twitter. The final release of NetBeans IDE 7.1 is planned for December.

Tuesday Nov 22, 2011

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Launch Event - Dec 1, 2011, 10am PT

Calling all IT managers, architects, and developers, to find out how the new release of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is:
  • Designed to help you seamlessly move into the public or private cloud with an open, standards-based platform
  • Built to drive higher value for your current infrastructure and significantly reduce development time and cost
  • Optimized to run your solutions for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE); Oracle Fusion Middleware; and Oracle Fusion
  • Enhanced with transformational platforms and technologies such as Java EE 6, Oracle’s Active GridLink for RAC, Oracle Traffic Director, and Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder
When ? Dec 1, 2011, 10am - 12pm PT
Where ? Register online!

Here are some other links for you to follow:
Almost ready to unwrap the ribbons, pop open the cork, at the start line ... or whatever fits your analogy :-)

And in case you are wondering ... here is a snapshot of WebLogic 12c administration console:

Thursday Oct 20, 2011

Oracle Public Cloud - Java, Database, Social Network, Fusion CRM, Fusion HCM

The Oracle Public Cloud is a suite of Oracle Applications, Middleware and Database offerings delivered in a self-service, subscription-based, elastically scalable, reliable, highly available and secure manner. Oracle provides hosting, management, software updates, and world-class support for these offerings.

The Oracle Public Cloud includes the following services:
Why Oracle Public Cloud is a better offering than others ?
  • It can be used for enterprise business applications because of the complete (applications, database, middleware), open (based on standards), and flexible (cloud and on-premise deployment with the ability to move applications back-and-forth)
  • Applications are fully integrated and ready to use
  • New applications can be built using standards like Java EE and SQL without locking you into a framework
  • Based upon Exalogic and Exadata offering superior reliability, peformance, and elastic capacity
Read more details at Why Oracle ?.

Watch an interesting set of short introductory videos recorded on some of the services. The first one is an introduction on Oracle Public Cloud:

The next one explains the Oracle Java Cloud Service:

Read more about the Java Service at Reza's blog. See a live demo of the Java Service below:

Then the Oracle Database Cloud Service:

And finally the Oracle Social Network Cloud Service:

Read more details about Oracle Social Network Service. How do you get started ?
Here are some more links for you:
The service will be offered from the US-based data centers and then expanding to EMEA and APAC based upon demand.

Friday Jun 10, 2011

Cloud Expo East and New York City Java Meetup Trip Report

7000+ delegates and 200+ sponsors/exhibitors made the Cloud Expo 2011, New York City yet another successful conference by SYS-CON. I gave a talk on "Running your Java EE applications in the Cloud" and highlighted:

  • How Java EE 6 light-weight nature is ideal for cloud development/deployment
  • Show how to deploy a typical 3-tier Java EE application in Amazon, Rightscale, Joyent, and Azure
  • Why Weblogic is ideally suited for enterprises for cloud deployments
  • How Java EE 7 is evolving to provide a standards-based PaaS deployment platform

The slides are available below:

There were about 30+ attendees in the talk and some of them were GlassFish customers and several Weblogic customers. So they both, and others, found out how the two application servers from Oracle are relevant for the cloud deployment.

Check out some pictures from the expo and around the city:

It was good to catch up with Jeff and Justin and enjoy couple of evenings together!

The next day I presented at New York City Java Meetup and explained the key features of Java EE 6 and GlassFish using live coding sessions with NetBeans. There were about 50+ attendees (in and out) at the highly interactive session.

Here is some feedback captured after the event:

Arun gave a great presentation on the virtues of JEE6 and NetBeans as well what is to come in future Java releases.

This was a good meet up. Very informative and useful information. The location is excellent.

And some more ...

Excellent presentation.

Pretty good meetup! very informative as alot of the areas that he covered are relevant and "hot" today. I recruit for Java Developers and these days I am routinely asking about experience with IOC/ CDI, Dependency Injection and restless web services. So I walked away feeling that Oracle was working the same market.

Interesting topic well presented.

Another good data point is that the average rating seems to be 4.5 (out of 5) after 14 attendees have rated it. Any feedback on how I can close the gap between 4.5 and 5 would be helpful :-)

The code built during the meetup can be downloaded here.

Here is a photograph from the meetup page:

And a few more that I took:

The venue for the meetup was Barnes & Noble store in the uptown and they did an excellent job of hosting the event. There was ample sugar and drinks for everybody (as you can see in the pictures) and each attendee even got a $15 gift card. The company is is making major investments in their eCommerce platform and digital products (i.e. Nook, Cloud Computing, Mobile apps). Java/J2EE is being used heavily throughout their environment. Opportunities exist for Engineers, Architects and Team Leads in their NYC and Palo Alto offices. If you are interested an informational conversation about technical careers and what's going on at BN.com, contact Jason Greenhouse @ jgreenhouse@book.com. I chatted with their CTO and VP of Engineering and hopefully will have some followup meetings to coach them more about the benefits of Java EE 6 :-)

Thank you Dario for providing me with an opportunity to talk about the "ultimate threesome" (Java EE 6 + GlassFish + NetBeans) to your meetup community!

On a personal front, I just could not miss the opportunity to grab couple of shorts runs in the Central Park:

There is no dearth of motivation there, tons of runners and in both directions. It was quite an enjoyable experience and matches well with the sedentary nature of my job ;-) If you are in the New York City during spring/summer time, make sure to plan an early morning run through Central Park and you will not regret it!

And as always, check out the complete photo album at:

Monday Mar 07, 2011

GlassFish and WebLogic: Interoperability and Integration from OTN TechCasts

Oracle provides Oracle GlassFish Server and WebLogic Server and they both have their own space very well defined. Watch Anil Gaur, VP of GlassFish Product Development and Adam Leftik, Product Manager talk about runtime, integration, and interoperability between GlassFsh and WebLogic. And then hear all the details about recently released GlassFish 3.1, IDEs, Java EE 7, Cloud, and PaaS support in the upcoming versions of GlassFish.

Let the application server grow with your needs!

Download GlassFish 3.1 from oracle.com/javaee and WebLogic from oracle.com/weblogic.

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Wednesday Feb 23, 2011

FREE OTN Developer Day Boston - Java EE 6, GlassFish, WebLogic, Java 7 and 8, Java FX, and much more

The Boston Marathon is 52 days away but you can attend a Java Marathon on March 3rd in Boston. And all developers are pre-qualified for this one and no registration fees as well :-)

Do you live in the Boston area and like to learn everything about Java from the stewards of Java ?

OTN is arranging another FREE Developer Day in the US covering entire spectrum of the Java platform from Server, Desktop, and Java SE to Embedded. You'll hear from distinguished speakers in each of these areas and will have sufficient time to engage in casual conversations. I'll talk in detail about simplicity and ease-of-use in Java EE 6, light-weight GlassFish Application Server, and even conduct hands-on labs. And of course will be there in the hall ways and coffee/lunch breaks.

So what are the coordinates ?

Date: Mar 3rd
Time: 8am - 5pm
Venue: The Westin Copley Place, Boston
Cost: FREE, register now!

Agenda is given below:

I'll be there, will you ?

Register now!

And this is Boston, so gotta run! Let me know if you are interested in running in the hotel's neighborhood :-)

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Thursday Feb 03, 2011

WebLogic Developer/Production Web Profile, Full Java EE 6 Platform - Chat Transcript and Slides from OTN Virtual Developer Day

NOTE: This entry contains outdated information. Please refer to oracle.com/weblogic for more up-to-date releases.

Oracle WebLogic team delivered a Virtual Developer Day highlighting the benefits of WebLogic to the developer community. The recent WebLogic 10.3.4 release supports some of the key Java EE 6 APIs (JSF 2.0, JPA 2, and JAX-RS 1.1) and a full Java EE 6 compliant server is coming with the next major release. I helped them deliver a Java EE 6 session and how these technologies fit in the upcoming WebLogic releases. In summary, three releases are slated for the next major release:

  • WebLogic Developer Web Profile
  • WebLogic Production Web Profile
  • WebLogic Full Java EE 6

More details about Java EE 6 and how WebLogic is planning to embrace them is available in a replay of the webinar available here. Please use the login/password used during registration.

If you are interested in using Java EE 6 today, then GlassFish provides Web Profile and Full Platform already!

More webinars coming to your timezone:

Feb 10, 9:30am UK Time / 10:30 am Central European Time
Feb 17, 9:30 India Time
Feb 24, 9:30am China Time

Register here!

UPDATE: A complete replay of the webinar is now available:

And a replay of other videos in this series is available here.

Here is the edited transcript from the session concluded earlier this week:

Question 67 JEE 6 is reducing in code, is that also offer higher performace compare to the previous one ? if yes, how many etter ? is there a sampe application that rebuit for comparison benchmark in speed ?
Answer 67 The code is certainly reduced, performance is really application dependent as there are no such requirements in the specifications. But typically application server vendors do provide better performance. Check your particular use case though. No such standard application exist for benchmarking.

Question 64 Thanks Arun. Good work. Looks like I need to explore "Web Profile" hands on :)
Answer 64 Please do and let us know your feedback.

Question 65 will we have this presentation for further reading?
Answer 65 Yes, will be made available in a "thank you" email post webinar.

Answer 66 Thank you very much for attending the session! The slides will be shared with you in a "thank you" email and a transcript of Q&A will be made available as well. Please stay engaged with us at OTN forums: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=570

Question 63 Can we use CDI, Transaction management & Security on a non-JavaEE app? Like standalone apps?
Answer 63 CDI specification does not provide that capability but Weld (Reference Implementation of Weld) has some portable extensions that allow you to leverage that capability in non-Java EE, for example Java SE, environment.

Question 62 But doesn't the dev web profile lack JMS and full EJB features?
Answer 62 Right, but you can single server mode for full platform for development.

Question 61 Any plans to have a lighter weight dev profile for the full platform? It'd be nice to have something that strips out the unneeded management features, but keeps all the JEE features.
Answer 61 That's what is addressed by Developer Web Profile :-)

Question 58 Will there be less time between Java EE versions? My only concern is our big apps can't be migrated every year :-) Has Oracle a clear and public commitment to not break compatibility too early?
Answer 58 Java EE guarantees backwards compatibility but evolution of specs is important.

Question 60 Are there any customers who were "happily" able to move out of Spring to implement JEE6 : ) ?
Answer 60 Here is one sample: http://blogs.sun.com/stories/entry/egesa_engineering_avoids_framework_explosion

Question 59 Superb presentation - thanks, Arun!
Answer 59 thanks a lot, glad you liked it.

Question 57 while weblogic may be more advanced, after having played with it for a whle, I find it considerably more difficult to use than OC4J
Answer 57 Please provide more feedback on our OTN forums: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=570

Question 56 Thanks Arun, it was nice & worthfull presentation
Answer 56 Glad you liked it.

Question 55 is there support for Java EE 6 in JDeveloper?
Answer 55 Full Java EE 6 support for JDeveloper will be in 12, which is part of the FMW 12 release and currently scheduled as the next major release.

Question 54 Java EE6 annotation means configuration change implies more code changes = more build and deploye = more risk??
Answer 54 But quicker identification of errors because of lesser code.

Question 53 Can all of this question be bundled as zip after the session and downloaded by us ?
Answer 53 I'll post the entire transcript on blogs.sun.com/arungupta.

Question 51 Thanks nice presentation. So what's with the "Up next" videos from you tube: School Rumble, X-Men Evolution, and The Beatiful Life. Does this mean we need to get a life?
Answer 51 Hee hee ... having fun is important. Blame youtube for showing "Up Next" links :-)

Question 39 How do you manage transactions in restful webservices?
Answer 39 Here is an example of TX in RESTful web services: http://blog.jonudell.net/2007/05/24/restful-web-services/

Question 48 Hi Arun, I do not see any updates after question 35. Do you have any technical issues?
Answer 48 I've answered upto Question 47, still looking into answering your TX/REST question though.

Question 47 Are the Web Profiles part of the Standard JEE6 or only part of Weblogic Server?
Answer 47 Java EE 6 Web Profiles are standard defined by the Java EE 6 Expert Group and WebLogic Server will start supporting them later this year.

Question 21 Hi. We have a big enterprise app, J2EE 1.4, with lots of reads from Internet (Struts/JSP/JSTL), and huge updates from our intranet. We had to drop container-managed persistance because resource usage, used bean-managed instead. Which is the best path for migration to JEE 6? Any best practices or adv
Answer 21 J2EE 1.4 was many years ago, the spec and implementations have evolved a lot since then. I'd consider migrating to Java EE 6 using JPA 2/EclipseLink combination, or may be Coherence to better the performance.

Question 46 Where are the slides? I'm behind a firewall and can't see the Youtube video on the left.
Answer 46 It'll be communicated in "thanks for attending" email, please stay tuned.

Question 45 There is a slide that indicates that with JavaEE6 the amount of XML is reduced by 80 percent. But I guess that reduction is only on the amount of configuration XML that we are currently doing with JavaEE5 and that the savings in XML does not refer to XML being served by the applications.
Answer 45 If there is no XML in the application, then it is not served to the client :-) With annotations, no XML is generated on the fly.

Question 44 can more classes be added as needed to a web profile server?
Answer 44 Sure, as long as the basic web profile compliance is met.

Question 43 What are the options for developing workflows in EE6?
Answer 43 There are no JSRs as part of Java EE 6 that allows you to manage workflows today. But most of the vendors offer a product in that area.

Question 42 In a simple manner, how we can define advantages of JEE6?
Answer 42 Simpler to use, light-weight deployment, flexible, extensible.

Question 41 80ess XML, I guess you mean configuration XML, correct? Not XML transported say as part of web services.
Answer 41 Not sure I understand. Can you please restate ?

Question 40 On your Bean Validation slide you mention that validation is now shared among JSF and JPA. On your Email example it makes sense for JSF, but does that also mean that the email address is validated before being persisted by JPA?
Answer 40 yes, if that is the constraint specified then it'll be honored by both JSF & JPA. However JPA bean validation constraints can be managed using persistence.xml and you can even disable it if you prefer it that way.

Question 38 Is it xml descriptors lose thier visibility once annotations become standards?
Answer 38 XML descriptors override whatever is specified in annotations.

Question 36 Are Portlet API 2 (JSR 286) and WSRP 2 part of JEE 6 ?
Answer 36 Nope, they are not.

Question 31 The J2EE is compatible with the current OAF used in Oracle EBS R12? or I need development all the new requirements with J2EE and ADF?
Answer 31 Yes, it is. You still can use OAF. More details at: http://blogs.oracle.com/stevenChan/2008/04/new_whitepaper_ebusiness_suite.html

Question 37 Arun, are there best practices for migration an enterprise app from J2EE 1.4 to JEE 6?
Answer 37 Java EE requires backwards compatible so your J2EE 1.4 apps would work seamless on a Java EE 6 compliant container. Then start taking migrating in a piecemeal manner, start with Servlets to begin with, then EJBs. Mostly the refactoring is about deleting the existing code :-)

Question 35 why the removal of dependency on xml based descriptors proposed
Answer 35 To simplify the code, less XML less code is more easily maintainable.

Question 34 How we register FacesServlet for JSF without using Web.xml in JEE6
Answer 34 For that you do need web.xml. However Servlet 3.0 compliant containers can automatically register FacesServlet (using Servlet dynamic registration APIs) for you by introspecting your WAR file and looking for any JSF 2 specific annotatins.

Question 33 Is supported a conversation scope in JEE6 Web profile?
Answer 33 @ConversationScope is a standard scope defined by CDI and is part of Java EE 6 web profile.

Question 32 I'm not following what Managed Beans do that EJBs don't -- you already mentioned EJBs have features around security that MBs don't. Why use MB?
Answer 32 Start small, and then scale when you need to . ManagedBeans are light-weight EJBs but you need to create your own interceptors for all the functionality. EJBs provide declarative security, TX, etc by just using an annotation. You can start with ManagedBeans to begin with and then migrate to EJB by changing @ManagedBean -> @Stateless.

Question 30 What are the best use cases for managed beans? are these container managed objects?
Answer 30 ManagedBeans are light-weight EJBs but you need to create your own interceptors for all the functionality. EJBs provide declarative security, TX, etc by just using an annotation. You can start with ManagedBeans to begin with and then migrate to EJB by changing @ManagedBean -> @Stateless.

Question 28 How does JSF configured in Java EE6?
Answer 28 JSF implementation is included as part of Java EE 6 so there is no explicit configuration required. You do need to register FacesServlet for rendering your .xhtml pages though.

Question 29 Is the Schedule annotation standard or does it work only for WLS?
Answer 29 @Schedule is a standard annotation and is part of EJB 3.1. It'll be supported by WebLogic Web Profile.

Question 26 Arun, can I download the presentation?
Answer 26 There will be links available after the webinar is over.

Question 27 Why do we need a EAR file if everything is packaged in WAR
Answer 27 You may need EAR for modular applications where you do have multiple beans.jar files and they need to be accessed from different Servlets etc.

Question 25 And what are suitable IDEs for JEE 6
Answer 25 NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ provide Java EE 6 development. NetBeans is by far the best one with all the wizards etc pretty robust. Eclipse is pretty good too and IntelliJ support is pretty basic.

Question 24 Will web.xml file will be still be used in J2EE deployment
Answer 24 It becomes optional for most of the common cases, but you can still use it if you prefer that way. web.xml anyway overrides the annotations in the class files.

Question 23 what are the supported application server for JEE 6
Answer 23 Today, GlassFish, TmaxSoft, and JBoss (Web Profile only). And WebLogic has some pieces of Java EE 6 (JPA, JSF, JAX-RS).

Question 22 Can I use managed beans to replace EJB's?
Answer 22 Yes, you can. But with managed beans, you'll have to write your own Interceptors for security, transactions etc though.

Question 20 Does web.xml descriptor file goes away altogether with JavaEE6?
Answer 20 web.xml becomes optional for most of the common cases. However you can still use it if you want to.

Question 19 i'm an professional without employment, so how can Oracle help me to get an Java certification?
Answer 19 Please look at http://education.oracle.com for more details.

Question 15 where do we find the blog url?
Answer 15 Blog URL for WebLogic server is: http://blogs.oracle.com/WebLogicServer/

Question 12 Isnt GlassFish better equipped for JEE6 and Free? So for small to medium size applications, what is the argument for WebLogic?
Answer 12 If you need an open source Java EE 6 implementation today, then GlassFish is the answer. WebLogic provides a much tighter integration with Coherence, Database, provide extensive clustering etc.

Question 18 When will jDeveloper support Jave EE 6?
Answer 18 Full Java EE 6 support for JDeveloper will be in 12, which is part of the FMW 12 release and currently scheduled as the next major release.

Question 17 What about Jdeveloper is it as good as the Netbeans?
Answer 17 JDeveloper is good for ADF type applications with a tighter integration with your application stack. But if you are interested in Java EE 6, then NetBeans is your answer today.

Question 11 Can it be used for J2EE 6 development
Answer 11 JDeveloper cannot be used for Java EE 6 development today. Full Java EE 6 support for JDeveloper will be in 12, which is part of the FMW 12 release and currently scheduled as the next major release.

Question 14 Exist any relation between JEE 6 and OSGI ?
Answer 14 Nope, Java EE 6 define application programming model. OSGi defines modularity and class loading mechanism. There will be some alignment coming in Java EE 7 though.

Question 8 Where do I learn more about EL 2.2?
Answer 8 EL 2.2 spec (http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/mrel/jsr245/index.html) is a good place to start. There are several documents available. You can also take a look at Java EE 5 tutorial: http://download.oracle.com/javaee/5/tutorial/doc/

Question 4 hi,i am a student in tunisia and i would like to know why oracle don't offer partnet student and free certification for student, i love very much java and sql but i can't be certified with high cotst that oracle impose?
Answer 4 Please provide your email id and I can follow up with the requisite folks here @ Oracle.

Question 5 Is there an associated lab for this session?
Answer 5 There are no labs available yet and we'll create ones as we get closer to the product release.

Question 7 How about Jdeveloper
Answer 7 JDeveloper does not support Java EE 6 development today. Full Java EE 6 support for JDeveloper will be in 12, which is part of the FMW 12 release and currently scheduled as the next major release.

Question 6 What are all the IDE's ready for Java EE 6 development?
Answer 6 NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ provide Java EE 6 development. NetBeans is by far the best one with all the wizards etc pretty robust. Eclipse is pretty good too and IntelliJ support is pretty basic.

Question 3 Is Java EE 6 fully supported by WLS 10.3.4?
Answer 3 WLS 10.3.4 has support for JSF 2.0, JPA 2.0, and JAX-RS 1.1. Full compliance with Java EE 6 (including Web Profile) is coming later this year.

Answer 1 Hello all, welcome to "Exploring Java EE 6 and WebLogic" and we are ready to accept your questions.

NOTE: This entry contains outdated information. Please refer to oracle.com/weblogic for more up-to-date releases.

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