Thursday Sep 18, 2014

WebLogic 12.1.3 infra (JRF) cluster with webtier by Edwin Biemond

Details

  • CentOS 6.5 vagrant box
  • Puppet 3.5.0
  • Vagrant >= 1.41
  • Oracle Virtualbox >= 4.3.6

Download & Add the all the Oracle binaries to /software edit Vagrantfile and update the software share to your own local folder.

  • wlsdb.vm.synced_folder "/Users/edwin/software", "/software"
  • jrf2admin2.vm.synced_folder "/Users/edwin/software", "/software"

Vagrant boxes

  • vagrant up wlsdb
  • vagrant up jrf2admin2

Read the complete article here.

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Monday Sep 15, 2014

WebLogic 12c Enabling Development of Modern Applications: WebSocket and Maven Support – Webcast September 18th 2014

clip_image001[5]Register for the Webcast here.

Cloud Application Foundation is the innovator’s complete and integrated modern cloud application infrastructure, built using best of breed components, such as Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, the industry's best application server for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3 provides features that directly support and enable the development of modern applications across conventional and cloud environments, both on-premise and third-party cloud, lowering cost of operations, improving performance and enhancing scalability.

The latest release of Oracle WebLogic Server is integrated with other Oracle Fusion Middleware 12.1.3 products, and provides support for selected new or updated APIs from Java EE 7, such as

These APIs and related capabilities simplify development of server applications accessed by "rich" clients using lightweight web-based protocols such as REST, WebSocket, and Server-Sent Events.

Oracle WebLogic Server has always been an efficient and compelling development platform through its developer-oriented features. Improvements to development tooling and open source support expand developer choices and simplify creation of development environments. Join this webcast as we drill into and demonstrate the implementation of WebSocket and the updated Maven Support.

Agenda:

  • WebLogic 12.1.3 New Features
  • Developing with WebLogic Server
  • Maven Support (inc. Demo)
  • WebSocket (inc. Demo)
  • Summary – Q & A

Delivery Format

This FREEonline LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.

Presenter:
Tshepo Madigage - FMW Specialist, Oracle Partner Hub Migration Center South Africa

Date: Thursday, 18th Sep 2014 - 10:00am CEST (08.00am UTC/GMT –11.00am EEST - 12.00pm GST)
Duration: 1 hour

Register for the Webcast here.

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Monday Jul 28, 2014

Weblogic Tip #1 – Installing Oracle Weblogic Server using Maven and the Zip distribution by Manfred Riem

Have you ever wondered if it is possible to install Oracle Weblogic Server using Maven? Well, it is.

  1. Install the Weblogic plugin
  2. Use the Weblogic plugin

1. Install the Weblogic plugin
Here is a bit of a chicken and the egg story. You will have to have an existing Weblogic install to
perform this step. Go to the $MW_HOME/wlserver/server/lib directory and issue the following command:

mvn install:install-file -Dfile=wls-maven-plugin.jar -DpomFile=pom.xml

That installs the wls-maven-plugin into your local Maven repository. Now you can use it.
Note this step does only need to be done once. Once the plugin is in your local Maven repository
you can keep repeating step #2 below.
2. Use the Weblogic plugin
Add the following snippet to your POM Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jun 10, 2014

Playing Around with WebLogic Maven Plug-In by Flavius Sana

Packaged with WebLogic 12c wls-maven-plugin let’s you install, start and stop servers, create domain, execute WLST scripts, compile and deploy applications. The plug-in works with Maven 2.x and 3.x.

WebLogic 12c can be downloaded from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html. Developers version has around  180MB (zip archive).  To install the plugin we need first to extract wls-maven-plugin.jar.pack and pom.xml

$unzip ~/Downloads/wls1212_dev.zip wls12120/wlserver/server/lib/wls-maven-plugin.jar.pack

$unzip ~/Downloads/wls1212_dev.zip wls12120/wlserver/server/lib/pom.xml

Now, let’s unpack the jar file:

$unpack200 -r wls12120/wlserver/server/lib/wls-maven-plugin.jar.pack wls12120/wlserver/server/lib/wls-maven-plugin.jar

Install the plug-in in the local repository. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Mar 02, 2014

Doing more with the WebLogic Maven Plugin (Robot, Selenium and Sonar too!) by Mark Nelson

The ‘new and improved’ WebLogic Maven Plugin in WebLogic Server 12.1.2 provides a bunch of additional capabilities above and beyond your straight compile/package/deploy operations. In this post I wanted to take you on a journey of some of these additional capabilities and explore how we might use them to automate testing of a project.

We are going to use a somewhat contrived example of a simple web application, so the capabilities we look at are going to probably look like overkill for the project. But they probably make a lot more sense for a larger project, and I am sure you can ‘scale up’ the sample and imagine how things would work.

What we are going to do is take an application, and set it up so that our build process does the following:

    • compile the code

  • run unit tests
  • package it into a WAR
  • install WebLogic Server
  • create a simple domain
  • start the Admin Server
  • deploy the application onto the Admin Server
  • run a set of integration tests against the application
  • stop the Admin Server
  • run quality checks on our application

Read the complete article here.


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Friday Sep 27, 2013

New Maven support in Coherence 12c by Mark Nelson

Coherence 12.1.2 was recently released, including the new Coherence Managed Servers and also Maven support.  You can read more about it here. You may also be interested in these two excellent video introductions/demonstrations from the Coherence team:


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Maven support in WebLogic & JDeveloper 12.1.2 Edwin Biemond

In the 12.1.2 release of JDeveloper and WebLogic, Oracle really improved the support for Maven as build and provisioning tool. Oracle did this on multiple levels:

  • an Utility to synchronize all the Oracle Middleware jars to a local ( .m2/repository) or a shared repository like nexus or artifactory
  • ojmake maven plugin for just building JDeveloper projects.
  • Updated its Weblogic plugin for deploying artifacts or even creating new WebLogic domains, installing the WebLogic software or running WLST scripts.
  • Coherence plugin for packaging.
  • JDeveloper keeps its application & projects options in sync with the Maven application & projects poms. ( You don't need to lookup all the dependencies jars).

To get started we need to do the following. Read the full article here.

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