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How to deploy Servlets on BEA Weblogic 9.0

 
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I have started to work with BEA WEBLogic server.. i donno how to deploy the servlet files into it.. Pls help me to get info abt where to deploy the servlet. Do i need to learn a lot to work with Weblogic.

if anyone know some good site pls let me know
 
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Bea has a lot of documentation:

BEA WLS 9.0 Documentation

Not sure where you're stuck. Have you deployed a servlet in tomcat or other servlet container?

Back to WebLogic Server 9.0. Have you created a domain? If not then one link from above link is Creating WebLogic Domains using the configuration wizard.
 
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yes i know how to deploy application with tomcat. pls tell me how to proceed.
 
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I pointed you to a bunch of documentation. You tell us where you are stuck and maybe someone will be able to help you get unstuck

Have you created a domain? What does your directory structure look like?

What are you trying to do? Mess around with a few servlets or set up a full-blown J2EE application with a split development directory environmnet? You could use the config wizard to build a domain with some examples in it and look at that.
[ February 10, 2005: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
 
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