LinuxWorld: An introduction to WebLogic Server 6.0 for LinuxMar 21, 2001, 01:43 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Shari Jones)
"If you develop Java on Linux, there is a good chance that you use WebLogic. Discover the new features in version 6.0 and find tips on installing, configuring and deploying that widely used server."
"BEA Systems' release of WebLogic Server 6.0 for the Microsoft Windows, Sun Solaris, and HP-UX operating systems in December 2000 added a host of new capabilities to the Java2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application server. WebLogic Server is one of the most widely used J2EE application servers in the enterprise application development market. In February the Linux version quickly followed the release of WebLogic Server 6.0 for other platforms."
"This article provides a brief overview of the new features in version 6.0 and examines what these changes mean for developers and administrators. It also details some installation and configuration guidelines under Linux."