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WLST and Python

Tee Babs
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Joined: Sep 22, 2009
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Hi,
I have been an administrator on weblogic for a couple of years now and I am new to using WLST to carry out some menial tasks such as domain creation and server monitoring. On many occasions I have been very frustrated when searching for Mbeans to call or use in my script only to find out that they appear in some config and disappear in others. The pattern of searching for the MBeans appear quite inconsistent in my assessment.
In recent times I have resolved to plunge into the WLST scripting more only to realise that I cannot get books on WLST rather everything points to python. Will this book, Hello, Python, come in handy in providing insight into my WLST / Python script writing in terms of its organisation and structure ?
I look forwrad to learning more on the python scripting.

Regards
 
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