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Integration: Tomcat and Weblogic

 
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How can I integrate tomcat in weblogic? Is there a plugin?
Please help me.
 
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What exactly are you trying to do?? How and why do you want to integrate them??
 
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I want to excute the jsp`s in tomcat and handle ejb's in weblogic, because it's easier and faster to do that this way. We only use this for development.
 
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Why no have weblogic handle the JSPS as well??
 
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I have done two projects with the same but I would like to tell you one thing that don't try or look for the integration. What we had done was - we installed tomcat on one machine and the other machine the weblogic. The machines were on LAN. So JSPs will be with the TOMCAT machine and the beans will be withe weblogic machine. Now to run the servers at their locations. Before that in this cae you'll have to copy the stubs , skeletons, jar from the web logic machine to the tomcat server and in the properties file you'll have to specify the tomcat machine's name. It may be a littlecomplex at the start but there are a lot of advantages in this method like you can load test you application.

Originally posted by Stefan Forner:
How can I integrate tomcat in weblogic? Is there a plugin?
Please help me.



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Vikas Aggarwal
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Shakun Global Networks
 
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Weblogic enterprise servers don't handle the JSPs but the weblogic server do. weblogic 5.1, 6.0 do.

Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
Why no have weblogic handle the JSPS as well??



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Vikas Aggarwal
Technology Associate
Shakun Global Networks
 
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