Press Release: March 4, 2004
"WebLogic: The Definitive Guide": Develop, Deploy, and Maintain a WebLogic Server
Sebastopol, CA--At the core of the BEA Systems' WebLogic Platform is WebLogic Server, a stable and popular framework for building scalable, highly available, and secure applications. Because WebLogic is one of the leading J2EE-compliant application servers and provides features such as advanced management, clustering, and web services, it has been embraced by a number of partners devoted to creating a diverse range of products that integrate with WebLogic. One critical but lacking feature, however, is documentation.
Lacking, that is, until now. WebLogic: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly, US $49.95) comes to the rescue, to the relief of many frustrated users. Authors Jon Mountjoy and Avinash Chugh have written an exhaustive treatment of the WebLogic server and the management consol, answering any question that developers, programmers, administrators, and system architects might think to ask--and quite a few they may never have thought of.
Reviewed by the engineering team at BEA for thoroughness and validity,
WebLogic: The Definitive Guide covers WebLogic versions 7 and 8.1,
"With these kinds of ingredients, we believe WebLogic Server has realized the perfect recipe to deal with other competing J2EE application servers," assert Mountjoy and Chugh in the book's preface. "As you read on, we're certain you, too, will be convinced."
- Chapter 18, "XML"
- More information about the book, including table of contents, index, author bio, and samples
- A cover graphic in JPEG format
- More information on Java and related technologies
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