Chapter 4. General Server Configuration

When first installed, OC4J can immediately deploy and run many simple J2EE components without any extra configuration. However, in most cases, you'll need to customize a few server settings to set up data sources, JMS queues, and other common resources. When using the OC4J Standalone Edition, these settings are changed by manually editing a collection of configuration files.

In this chapter, you'll do the following:

  • Look at all the server configuration files (many of which will be described more fully in later Chapters).

  • Learn which files are most commonly changed, and why.

  • Explore strategies for managing multiple configurations on the same server.

  • Walk through the configuration of log files, ports, transaction ...

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