Oracle weblogic server 11gr1 ps2 administration essentials

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Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 PS2: Administration Essentials

Install, configure, deploy, and administer Java EE applications with Oracle WebLogic Server

Michel Schildmeijer

BIRMINGHAM - MUMBAI

Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 PS2: Administration Essentials
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First published: September 2011

Production Reference: 2150911

Published by Packt Publishing Ltd. Livery Place 35 Livery Street Birmingham B3 2PB, UK. ISBN 978-1-849683-02-9
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Cover Image by Tony Shi (shihe99@hotmail.com)

Credits
Author Michel Schildmeijer Reviewers Vivek Acharya Izaak de Hullu Balamurali Kothandaraman Wickes Potgieter Acquisition EditorRukshana Khambatta Development Editor Rukshana Khambatta Technical Editors Arun Nadar Jenecia Menezes Copy Editor Laxmi Subramanian Cover Work Aparna Bhagat Indexer Monica Ajmera Mehta Graphics Valentina D'Silva Nilesh R. Mohite Production Coordinators Aparna Bhagat Prachali Bhiwandkar Project Coordinator Zainab Bagasrawala Proofreader Denise Dresner

About the Author
Michel Schildmeijer wasborn in the Netherlands, in 1966. He has lived his whole
life in the capital, Amsterdam. After mid-school, he started studying pharmacy. After four years, he had to fulfill his military service, in the Royal Dutch Air Force, working in a pharmacy. After this, he got a job as a quality inspector for a pharmacy company, but after about two years he switched his job for a position in a hospital'spharmacy, where he worked for over 10 years. In the meantime he got married, and he and his wife Tamara had two boys, Marciano and Robin. He went through a difficult period in his personal life, when his wife got extremely ill for some time and he had to take all the responsibility for managing his family. Fortunately, he got intensive support from his parents-in-law, who helped greatly with takingcare of his kids. Within his pharmacy job, around 1994, he became acquainted with the Medical Information System which was being used to structure patients' medical history and information. This was a system running on HP UNIX, a MUMPS SQL database and text-based terminal. He started learning UNIX and MUMPS to give operational support. By then he became enthusiastic, so he switched jobs and startedworking for some IT companies. Around 2000 he started using Oracle on a big banking application for settlements and clearance. The system was running on Oracle 7, AIX UNIX, BEA WebLogic, and BEA Tuxedo. This was the first time he worked with WebLogic. From then he became more and more specialized in middleware and Oracle. He worked on many projects. Around 2006 he started working on severalprojects for IBM, in the Oracle Middleware team, administering, configuring, and tweaking large Oracle Middleware systems with Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Portal, Oracle HTTP, and many more. In 2008, he worked for Randstad Holding, and got more and more specialized in developing the middleware infrastructure around applications. He started an investigation into migrating the Oracle Application Server 10g...
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