Weblogic Server Training in Chennai:

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Weblogic Server Training Syllabus:

Introduction of WebLogic

  • What is WebLogic?
  • What is JDK?
  • JDK & WebLogic installation
  • WebLogic & JDK directory structure.
  • Starting and Stopping WebLogic Server
  • WebLogic Providing Services

The Administration Console

  • Overview of the Administration Console
  • Domain Configuration
  • Server configuration


  • J2EE Web Applications, EJB Applications
  • Settings in the web.xmlFile
  • Example web.xml
  • Deploying a Web Application
  • J2EE Enterprise Applications
  • Guidelines for Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Stateless Session Beans
  • Stateful Session Beans
  • Entity Beans
  • Message Driven Beans
  • Settings in theapplication.xml File
  • Example of application.xml
  • Deploying an Enterprise Application
  • Deploying an Enterprise Application
  • AutoDeployment
  • Command line Deployment via Commands using weblogic.deployer and WLST


  • What is clustering?
  • Types of clustering?
  • Communications in cluster
  • Configuring clusters.

Clustering & Remote services

  • Adding a Remote Server to the Cluster
  • Starting the Cluster
  • Deploying an Application to the Cluster
  • Testing the Deployment

JNDI and JMS Resources

  • What is JMS?
  • JMS Models
  • Creating a JMS Servers
  • Configuring JMS with services
  • JMS Server Settings
  • JMS servers, JMS queues, JMStopics
  • JMS connection factories
  • JMS distributed destination (Queue destination, Topic destination)
  • JMS Persistent Store –JMS File Store, JMS JDBC Store
  • Foreign JMS Server Configuration
  • Overview on JMS Message Bridges

Configuring Weblogic resources

  • Connection Pools and Data Sources
  • Configuring Data Sources
  • Data Source Settings
  • Multi Data Sources
  • Virtual Hosting in WebLogic

Security and Threads Concepts in WebLogic

  • Security Concepts
  • Managing Users
  • Managing Groups
  • Managing User Lockouts
  • Setting Minimum Password Length
  • WebLogic Security
  • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
  • Configuring SSL
  • Execute Threads in WebLogic Services
  • Threading Services in WebLogic

Monitoring and Performance Tuning and Trouble Shooting

  • General Information
  • Server Performance
  • User Logins
  • Transactions
  • Connection Pools
  • Work Managers
  • JMS Destinations
  • JVM Performance – SunJDK
  • JVM Performance – JRockit, Garbagecollection
  • Techniques to Fix Server crash problems
  • Various Types of Log File for Trouble Shooting
  • Backup Configurations for WebLogic Environment
  • Upgrading the version of WebLogic Sever
  • Discussing Differences between WebLogic Server 8.1, 9.x, 10.x and 12C versions