Weblogic Server 6.1 Workbook for Enterprise Java Beans
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: August 2002
Pages: 256

Although EJB applications themselves are portable, the manner in which developers install and run EJB products varies widely from one vendor to the next. The goal of this WebLogic workbook is to discuss vendor specific requirements and best practices and introduce tools like the WebLogic Administration Console, all in the contest of building and running the example programs for O'Reilly's Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd edition.

The Workbook guides you step-by-step, explaining how to build and deploy working solutions in a particular application server, and provides useful hints, tips and warnings.

This WebLogic 6.1 Workbook was originally published by Enterprise JavaBeans author Richard Monson-Haefel's Titan Books publishing company. O'Reilly thought so highly of it, we bought the rights to publish it ourselves, in order to give more developers access to this critical information.

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WebLogic 6.1 Server Workbook for Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd Edition Review

By Ravichandran Mahalingham of the Columbia Java Users Group

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Weblogic Server 6.1 Workbook for Enterprise Java Beans:

An excellent book and it does a great job of explaining the concepts to a

beginner like me. There are a lot of solved examples that can walk the

beginners through the steps. the book is well written and well structured.

The book has good worked out or simple examples to do the things of

interest. they also have screen prints of the menu for better benefit.

The book is well written and well structured. the book has a lot of sample

code, solved examples and screen prints about configuring the server.

The books in its later chapters covers advanced topics such as creation of

an entity bean, maintaining its statelessness, and using Java messaging

services for real world applications.

the author has done an excellent job in creating this book for users of the

weblogic server. I sincerely thank the author for making this book available

for users like me.

 
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WebLogic 6.1 Server Workbook for Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd Edition Review

By forumans

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Weblogic Server 6.1 Workbook for Enterprise Java Beans:

I am going through this book since a week and not able to complete very first chapter.

This is all because of unclear explanation of the usage of system. I am not able to create "booksdb" database in Cloudscape database that comes with Weblogic 6.1. I did perfectly whatever is taught by the author. But still ClassNotFoundException for "COM.cloudscape.core.WebLogicDriver" comesup. I did visit the yahoo groups for this book and no use.

Desperately waiting for a good book who teach in a clear way.

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