hello world weblogic app server
There are lots of application servers for java and oracle weblogic is one of them. As of this writing the current and latest weblogic server is 12c
I will show a simple hello world tutorial on weblogic. The tutorial is for beginners of weblogic server.
This hello world weblogic tutorial assumes you have java skill already.
Installing weblogic server
First thing first, lets install and configure weblogic server
Go here and download the one which says Quick Installer for Mac OSX, Windows and Linux (209 MB). It will give you a zip file.
Unzip the file to get
Run the jar file as
java -Xmx1024m -jar fmw_184.108.40.206.0_wls_quick.jar
And follow the wizard – stay tuned it might take a while
Upon completion, you will get a folder
Get inside wls12212 folder and issue the following command to configure domain
$ bash oracle_common/common/bin/config.sh
The above command will trigger wizard to follow. Just pick the default values. There is a part where you will be asked for username and password as well.
To start the server run the following
And try to access the server through http://localhost:7001/console
Yaay.. you got your weblogic server up and running.
Now you can deploy any web applications to the server
On the left pane of the console, you will see deploy link and clicking on that should give you a tool to locate and deploy your war files or folders. If you have simple hello world web app war file upload it there.
You can get sample hello world war file from here
Download the above war file and go to deployments->configuration and click on install.
On the path, locate the downloaded war file and click next next.
Once it is loaded, access the file by going to http://192.168.56.1:7001/simple-servlet/simpleCheck if two strings are anagrams or not
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