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My WL Certification

http://wlstbyexamples.blogspot.com/2010/08/configuring-multi-datasource.html
This Online Course is designed and developed for all new learner of WebLogic Administration and also useful for experts in WebLogic. This is an attempt to complete reference for the BEA 9 Certified Administrator objectives. Individual comments to improve the process is always welcome.
 
1. WLS  - Production Installation.
  • Install the JDK/JRE if required on supported platforms (if not included with jar distribution)
  • Install BEA WebLogic Server on supported platforms
  • Install and configure WebLogic Server service packs and patches
  • Install Web Server plug-ins if required on supported platforms
  • An understanding of the WebLogic Server components and how they can be installed
 My Experiments
2. Domain Creation

 

3. Managed server Life cycle

    • Start and stop WebLogic Administration and Managed Servers.
    • Configure a Node Manager to start WebLogic Server instances (using console and command-line)
    • Configure a Node Manager to automatically restart WebLogic Server instances in a failure scenario
    • Start WebLogic Managed Servers in the absence of Administration Server
    • Start WebLogic Servers in STANDBY & ADMIN mode
    • Suspend and resume WebLogic Server instances
    • Restart Administration Server after failure while Managed Servers are running
  • Essential:
  • A thorough knowledge of WebLogic Servers life cycle, Node Managers and the day-to-day tasks
     
    My Experiments
  • Life Cycle Commands in WLST
  • Start n Stop Server using NodeManager
  • Starting WebLogic Server in ADMIN and STANDBY mode
 
4. Track changes in the domain configuration
    • Configure WebLogic Domain & resources using Administration Console & WLST
    • Use the Lock & Edit mechanism for changing configuration, activate or release pending configurations
    • Track configuration changes using configuration auditing

    Essential:

A thorough knowledge of WebLogic Server domain configuration, tools and mechanism to modify them
 
My Experiments :
 
 

5.0 Configure connections to Web Servers

  • Configuring default web application for WebLogic
  • Configure Virtual Hosts
  • Configure HTTP access logging, HTTP listen port, HTTP parameters
  • Configure network resources using network channels

Essential:

  • Understanding of configuring WebLogic Server’s web server features

 

 

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