Nizan

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I get a ClassCastException when I try to cast my WebLogger class as a Logger class. Does anyone know if JDK 1.4.2_05 brings a new Logger interface with it?

Ta
Niz
15 years ago
I'd say that this is a code level process. WebLogic is a container+.

When you say 'multiple instances' do you mean copies of the same application deployed on more than one managed server?
16 years ago
Hi Joshua

Have you 'ticked' the SSL Listen Port Enabled box in the General tab of the server in question and assigned a port number? (needs a restart)
By default WLS81 will allow the use of a dummy cert that it ships with.

Niz
16 years ago
JT

The installation is highly configurable. Location, JDK can be changed. You can also install the server by itself without Workshop, WLI, WLP etc. IF you missing something in the install then you can catch it in
/bea/weblogic81/common/bin/commEnv.sh or /[DOMAIN_HOME]/[DOMAIN]/startWebLogic.sh

You'll get a dev licence for a year by default. This license limits the number of unique IP's that can connect to your instance of WebLogic to 5. Restart WebLogic to reset the list.

HTH
16 years ago
Horses for courses really....in a nutshell.
WebLogic - nice GUI,more ���, more geared towards the business logic layer.
Tomcat - text file confg, free, more geared towards the presentation layer.
16 years ago
go here...http://edocs.beasys.com/wlp/docs81/index.html
16 years ago
What has changed since?
17 years ago
Install version 6.1 then go here http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs61/
I say 6.1 because it might be the easiest one to get to grips with first. v5 is not as user friendly. Ofcourse, it would be better to choose 7 or 8.1, but 6.1 is quick to install and is less resource hungry.
Hope this helps.
Niz
17 years ago
Install will work...BUT you need upgrade OS!!! 98 not supported...
http://e-docs.bea.com/platform/docs81/support/supp_plat.html#1087032
17 years ago
We have a security requirement to do this. I can't find anything on the net. So I thought, before I call BEA, I'd ask here.
Many thanks if you can help!
Niz
17 years ago
Hello
A green horn, Javier Gomez mentioned this in one of his replies...
Try Metrowerks CodeWarrior for Java 6.0, mainly focused on J2ME developing for Motorola devices. Just download de 30-day-trial-version at: http://www.metrowerks.com/desktop/java

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Nizan Horsefield
SysEng Internet Services
Citibank
nizan.horsefield@citicorp.com
19 years ago
Anthony
Difficult to say... if the project involves using J2EE to provide the backend work and send the data to the PDA then J2ME will be fine. If you are the project involves wrting a DB that resides on the PDA itself, then you will up against the bottlenecks that a small memory device have. A good idea might be to go to http://www.palm.com and join one of there developer discussion groups. Try http://www.palmos.com/dev/tech/support/
Niz
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Nizan Horsefield
SysEng Internet Services
Citibank
nizan.horsefield@citicorp.com
19 years ago
Greg
email matthew.seidl@eng.sun.com, he should be able to help
Niz
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19 years ago
Sheila
WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol. It is a means of sending simple, structured data in the form of a page/card to a mobile device that supports it. WAP can provide the user with textual data, much like the very early web pages b4 Flash or applets. J2ME is an API(Application Programming Interface) that allows progammers to write JAVA programs/applcications that can run on devices that have a very small memory capacity.
EG.If we were to use WAP to play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe then every move that the user or the server made would have to be created as a new page and sent back to the device.
J2ME would allow you to create a progam that ran on the device itself and use the memory and cpu of the device to execute moves in the game.
Hope this helps!
Niz
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19 years ago