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what are the main xmls used in wl7.0

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I can think of applicatio.xml, config.xml.
Can someone post the remaining vital xml files and what they contain.
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It depends on what you are doing...
You will always have the standard descriptors when creating J2EE components:
  • application.xml for Enterprise Applications
  • ejb-jar.xml for EJBs
  • web.xml for Web Applications

  • Each J2EE component also has a WebLogic-specific descriptor that may be optional...
  • weblogic-application.xml for Enterprise Applications
  • weblogic-ejb.jar.xml for EJBs
  • weblogic.xml for Web Applications

  • For server configuration there is the config.xml... though this file shouldn't really need to be touched by hand. Occassionally I'll edit it outside of WebLogic but you really need to know what you are doing or you could easily hose your system configuration and never, never edit this file while the server is running.
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