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JSP/HTML Deployment7-47.3.4Coherence Deployment7-47.4Roadmap for Deploying Applications in WebLogic Server7-58 WebLogic Server Data Sources8.1Understanding JDBC Data Sources8-18.2Understanding Generic Data Sources8-28.3Understanding Active GridLink Data Sources8-28.4Understanding JDBC Multi Data Sources8-28.5Understanding Proxy Data Sources8-28.6Understanding Universal Connection Pool Data Sources8-38.7Roadmap for WebLogic Server Data Sources8-39 WebLogic Server Messaging9.1Overview of JMS and WebLogic Server9-19.2Java Message Service9-19.3Roadmap for WebLogic Server Messaging9-310 Understanding WebLogic Server Security10.1Java EE 7 Security Feature Support in WebLogic Server10-110.2Overview of the WebLogic Server Security Service10-210.3WebLogic Server Security Service Architecture10-310.3.1WebLogic Security Framework10-310.3.2Single Sign-on with the WebLogic Server Security Framework10-410.3.3SAML Token Profile Support in WebLogic Web Services10-410.3.4The Security Service Provider Interfaces (SSPIs)10-410.3.5WebLogic Security Providers10-510.4Managing WebLogic Server Security10-510.5Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS)10-610.6Security for Coherence10-610.7Roadmap for Securing WebLogic Server10-611 WebLogic Server Web Services11.1Anatomy of a Web Service11-111.2Web Service Standards11-211.3Roadmap for Web Services11-2v
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12 Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs)12.1Understanding EJBs12-112.1.1EJB Documentation in WebLogic Server12-112.1.2Additional EJB Information12-212.1.3Session EJBs Implement Business Logic12-212.1.4Message-Driven Beans Implement Loosely Coupled Business Logic12-312.2EJB Anatomy and Environment12-412.2.1EJB Components12-412.2.2The EJB Container12-512.2.3Embeddable EJB Container12-512.2.4EJB Metadata Annotations12-512.2.5Optional EJB Deployment Descriptors12-612.3EJBs Clients and Communications12-612.3.1Accessing EJBs12-612.3.2EJB Communications12-712.4Securing EJBs12-712.5Roadmap for EJBs in WebLogic Server12-813 Monitoring, Diagnosing, and Troubleshooting13.1WebLogic Diagnostics Framework13-113.2Logging Services13-213.3SNMP Support13-313.4Custom JMX Applications13-313.5Java EE Management APIs13-313.6Roadmap for Monitoring, Diagnosing, and Troubleshooting in WebLogicServer13-414 Sample Applications and Code Examples14.1Installing and Running the Examples14-114.1.1Installing the WebLogic Server Code Examples14-114.1.2Starting the WebLogic Server Samples Domain14-114.1.3Running the WebLogic Server Code Examples14-214.2Conventions14-214.3Java EE 7 Examples14-314.4Java EE 6 Examples14-414.5Additional API Examples14-414.6Avitek Medical Records14-514.7Derby Open-Source Database14-5vi
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15 WebLogic Server Compatibility15.1Java EE 7 Compatibility15-115.2Generated Classes Compatibility15-115.3Compatibility Within a Domain15-115.3.1About WebLogic Server Version Numbers15-215.3.2WebLogic Version Compatibility15-215.3.3Hardware, Operating System, and JVM Platform Compatibility15-315.3.4Node Manager Compatibility15-415.4Persistent Data Compatibility15-415.5API Compatibility15-415.6Protocol Compatibility15-4vii
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