Deploying a Java EE web application consists of wrapping all application files into a single Java archive file (the EAR, enterprise application archive) and then copying this file to the application server. The
Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) is a standard Java EE runtime process to which you deploy Java-based applications for use in a web runtime environment.
This hands-on session consists of an introductory presentation that explains the process of deploying an ADF application to Oracle WebLogic Server. It outlines JDeveloper utilities and profiles that help you
create an EAR file with all required libraries. It also describes how to deploy applications using both JDeveloper and WLS console. Attendees will then have a chance to obtain experience with these techniques in a hands-on lab.
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