Author: techfox9

WebLogic 10.3 Workshop notes..

Thursday, June 24th, 2010 @ 11:43 am

>> WebLogic 10.3 is old but I want to follow the workshop and I cannot
find the “workshop” in the Oracle WebLogic 10.3.3 package.

  * For page navigation, it uses Apache Beehive, which is now retired.

>> Add Eclipse components via:

  * /opt/bea/wlserver_10.3/common/bin/ &

  * Fix eclipse java crash: add this line to “workshop.ini”:


  * Create application domains outside the server directory space

>> Fix jre error: “JRE is selected, but the path is invalid”.

  * Set path (JAVA_HOME, WLS_JAVA_HOME, etc..) in

>> Web Application with Beehive (now retired) page navigation control

  >> See wlswswa*.png images.

  >> Main points/tools:

  * Page Flow editor and overview panels

  * Controller methods annotated for “page flow” processing.

>> Web Services

* Simple Web Service

– add src/services folder

– Add “” class to “src/services” folder.

– will be annotated with @WebService class annotation

– Web methods will be annotated with @WebMethod annot.

* To Test, right click on (the ‘services’ trigger ‘Run As’) and do ‘Run As’ with ‘Run On Server’ selection.

– The web service test page is displayed with URL:


– The web service test client page:


>> To enable or disable the domain configuration locking feature in a development domain:

In browser, http://host:7001/console, log in as admin..

1. In the banner toolbar region at the top of the right pane of the Console, click Preferences.
2. Click User Preferences.
3. Select or clear Automatically Acquire Lock and Activate Changes to enable or disable the feature.
4. Click Save.

>> Entity EJBs (VisitBean) – Persistence with CMP (Container Managed Persistence)

– Create EJB project, Create package (under ejbModule), right-click on package, select “New Weblogic Entity Bean”.

– Screen shots are in wlswsejb[0-9]*_*.png

– Examine the generated code. Open the “Properties” view from top Eclipse menu “Window / Show View / Properties”. The “Properties” view should open in a window with a tab (bottom area).

– Click on the “@Entity” annotation. The allowed and the set attribute values for the annotation are shown in the “Properties” view (see wlswsejb3_properties_view.png).

– Setup CMP fields and methods:

@CmpField(column = "visitorName", primkeyField = Constants.Bool.TRUE)
public abstract java.lang.String getVisitorName();

Note: primkeyField indicates whether the field is a primary key.

Server, Weblogic


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