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Can anybody please tell me that what can be the right source for learning working with weblogic 8.1? I have worked with Tomcat before but weblogic is new to me. I am finding it a bit typical to learn from the documentation!

Please help !
 
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WebLogic Workshop 8.1 is a very simple environment to work with...you can start to see how to use it having a look to the example project loaded on startup...otherwise there is a book (I saw it in Amazon) but I don't remember the name...
But as I remember the online documetation is valid too and It provides several examples...isn't it?
I have a tutorial (pdf + source code) on BEA Workshop but it is a .zip of many MB...I don't know how I can give you it...

Regards,
 
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e-docs is an excellent resource: http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs103/index.html

If you're developer start by reading "developing applications" . You'll find lots of information there.
 
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