This tutorial provides instructions on how to configure Oracle GoldenGate to take DML transactions from an Oracle database and send them to an Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) JMS queue using GoldenGate Java Adapters.
With Oracle Java Cloud Service, you can quickly create and configure an Oracle WebLogic Server domain and set up your Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application environment without worrying about infrastructure or platform details. WebCenter Portal Cloud Service is an service delivered on top of JCS. All Oracle Java Cloud Service instances that you create are also pre-configured to use your Oracle Database Cloud Service (Database as a Service [DBaaS]) instance and an object storage container that you create in your Oracle Storage Cloud Service instance.
In this tutorial, you learn to integrate Oracle Identity Cloud Service Federated Single Sign-On with Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) using SAML.
To learn more about Identity Cloud Service visit the Help Center page.
This recorded demonstration will highlight two things. First, it will show you how to add a WebLogic Domain - along with its partitions, clusters, servers, application deployments and resources - to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. Second, it will highlight key functionality that Cloud Control offers administrators for monitoring, administering and managing domains - regardless if the domains are running on-premises or in the cloud.
Learn how to use a stack template to quickly create and manage a group of cloud resources as a single unit called a cloud stack. For more information, see the documentation.
This video demonstrates Lift and Shift of on-premises Middleware Domain to Oracle Compute Cloud instance.
As an example, this video discusses the cloning of a SOA domain. However, the same process applies to WebLogic domains.
WAR files can be deployed using the Weblogic Administration Console, but if your application is part of an automated build/deployment process, or you do not wish to run the Administration Console, then you can use a tool such as Maven to handle the build and deployment for you
This tutorial covers how, by using the AppToCloud utility:
This tutorial describes how WebLogic logging services provide facilities for writing, viewing, filtering, and listening for log messages. These log messages are generated by WebLogic Server instances, subsystems, and Java EE applications that run on WebLogic Server or in client JVMs.
WebLogic Server subsystems use logging services to provide information about events such as the deployment of new applications or the failure of one or more subsystems. A server instance uses them to communicate its status and respond to specific events. For example, you can use WebLogic logging services to report error conditions or listen for log messages from a specific subsystem.
Each WebLogic Server instance maintains a server log. Because each WebLogic Server domain can run concurrent, multiple instances of WebLogic Server, the logging services collect messages that are generated on multiple server instances into a single, domain-wide message log. The domain log provides the overall status of the domain.