Passing your WebLogic Certification exam post an url for those of us that have no idea what you've passed
Joined: Mar 19, 2001
Thanks Johannes! In a nutshell, the BEA WebLogic Server is a J2EE compliant web and/or enterprise application server. In addition to hosting your apps (Http pages, JSPs, servlets, EJBs, JMS systems, RMI apps, etc.) it can provide the power of server-side processing, automated database access, failover and clustering, transactions, and security. Certification details can be found at BEA's Certification Page. Hope that all doesn't sound too much like a BEA marketing spiel! [This message has been edited by Joe McGuire (edited July 16, 2001).]
Johannes de Jong
Joined: Jan 27, 2001
Much much more than a "how to install" certification. I'm impressed.
Joined: Mar 28, 2001
Great Job Joe! I'm am trying right to grasp the concept of J2EE and EJB. Do you have any suggestions in the way of tutorials? Just Curious, Thanks!
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