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When I try to run the J2EE reference Implementation,I get an "out of environment space" error. The documentation says increase the Environment space from dos prompt. How do I do this?
In the batch file you are using to launch the J2EE, right-click on it and select Properties. The Memory tab is in the Properties window.
In WebLogic, How I can set my own property name and value in the weblogic.properties file and read that properties from a my code?
To do this, prepend your property with java.system.property. and access your property using the System class. For example, if we have a property called "website" then we would add it t...more
The iPlanet deployment tool, is in my opinion, the simplest way to deploy EJBs. However, for a more flexible and faster way using command line, the process is the following: Example assumes bean ...more
First party tools would be something you create yourself. Second party tools would be tools you buy from a vendor, like an IDE. Third party tools are tools for use with second party tools that are...more
You can do this by setting the following property in your weblogic.properties file weblogic.system.enableConsole=falsemore
Version 3.5.2 of WebSphere supports WAR files and the Servlet 2.2 specification - see section 8.7 of this Red Book for details.more
To run multiple instances of Weblogic on the same machine, each instance must either Run on a different port (Using the weblogic.system.listenPort property) and/or Run on a different IP Address (...more
The weblogic.properties file is used to configure the Weblogic server. It is used in versions 5.x and previous. In version 6.0, it has been deprecated and replaced with an xml file (config.xml). ...more
How can I set the 'Maximum number of EJB instances' that can be loaded in Weblogic 5.1.0? which files are required to be modified?
In Weblogic 5.1, you can configure this using the Caching Descriptor inside the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml file. See the Caching Descriptor Documentation and the weblogic-ejb-jar DTD for more details.more
The Servlet deployed inside JRun will have to have the EJB's interface class files available and access the EJB using WebLogic's JNDI service as described inside this FAQ.more
WebLogic 6 has a web based J2EE builder, that is currently available as a separate download from the Developer Center. The J2EE Builder supports J2EE EJB (JAR), Web Application (WAR), and Enterpr...more
The DDCreator utility has been deprecated in WebLogic 5.1. It is replaced by th EJBDeployer, which can be invoked via the weblogic.ejb.ui.deployer.DeployerTool class. See the Release Notes for mo...more
The Borland Application Server and IONA iPortal Server are both built upon CORBA 2.3 ORB's. more
The documentation for integrating the Apache webserver with various WebLogic versions are outlined below: 4.5.x 5.x 6.x more
The jndiurl value is placed in the ejb-jar.xml file, inside the CocoBase environment entry and will be used by CocoBase to lookup the datasource. It will be added to the end of java:comp/env looku...more