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Weblogic server with Iplanet Enterprise server

 
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We are using Iplanet Webserver (enterprise edition) running some cgi perl scripts, static html pages and also using NSAPI. We are working on EJB now and looking which application server to use (Iplanet application server or Weblogic server).
With minimal changes, how best we can deploy the EJB module?
Do Weblogic server be integrated with iplanet webserver so that the present application will be running as it is and only the EJB module runs on weblogic.
Please suggest me what is the best possible way to deploy EJB.
We have licenses of both iplanet application server as well as weblogic server.
Thanks in advance,
 
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To run ejb WebLogic is far away better.
 
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Thank you for your immediate reply.
But that doesnt answer my questions.
If we use weblogic for EJB, how can I integrate weblogic to the iplanet web server.
And how weblogic server works with the iplanet we server? Please suggest me a site where I can get more info?

 
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Hi, Specifically about integration with iplanet I�ve never seen nothing(just read at JavaRanch forums some guys who did it), but you may found something at: http://e-docs.bea.com/index.html
or http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs60/adminguide/index.html
or you may search from the JavaRanch forum search engine.
 
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Originally posted by gupta boddu:
<...>
With minimal changes, how best we can deploy the EJB module?
Do Weblogic server be integrated with iplanet webserver so that the present application will be running as it is and only the EJB module runs on weblogic.
Please suggest me what is the best possible way to deploy EJB.
We have licenses of both iplanet application server as well as weblogic server.
<...>
Thanks in advance,


We are in the process of migrating from using the iPlanet app server to using Weblogic 6.0, both using IWS as the web server. Just as you were thinking, we run all servlets/EJB's on the app server and not on the web server.
Weblogic has a plugin for IWS that lets you acccess servlets/JSP's. We have that in place and it's working pretty well so far, although we've encountered one odd problem where responses from a POST are not coming back properly - we're working right now with Weblogic to resolve this issue.
 
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