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J2EE™ Applications and BEA™ WebLogic Server™ by Sandra L. Emerson, Rob Woollen, Michael Girdley

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Web Application Deployment Details

Web application deployments are the most common types of deployments for WebLogic Server. For your consideration, we present three architectures that we recommend for Web application deployments.

  • The first co-locates the WebLogic Server servlet and JSP services with the WebLogic Server EJB services.

  • The second groups together the servlet and JSP services with the Web server tier.

  • The third uses WebLogic Server as the Web server.

Co-located Front- and Back-End Services

In this architecture, Web browsers communicate across the firewall to a Web server proxy that includes the WebLogic Server Web server plug-in. This plug-in then redirects requests to WebLogic Server instances in a cluster, which in turn rely upon ...

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