Weblogic 11g and JMS

Write once, run anywhere….. This is Java as we know…. is it practically like that? Hmmm…. i don’t think so….

Running your once written application and deploying it in various containers according to your requirement is tedious and is very time consuming figuring out the nitty-gritties involved in doing so. Recently i had a project in which i am trying to do just that, write a web application, in fact a web service web application having capability of connecting to queues created in JBoss and Weblogic. I struggled initially trying to do this with JBoss (sounds amateur but i really did… yes as you call in Java world.. Jar hell). I struggled even beyond when i was trying to do this with Weblogic. I couldn’t do this till now but while searching in the internet there were some very cool blogs written on the Weblogic and JMS (yes basic stuff for senior developers). I felt these blogs as well written, easy to understand ones. Spending time writing such blogs really takes a hell lot of time and effort and in my blog i just want you guys to point to the right ones. I congratulate these bloggers and pat on their back. Here are some of these, purely with respect to Weblogic 11g and JMS.

Note:- I am not a great fan of Weblogic… 🙂


Basic stuff. Well written in easy reading pattern. By skimming through, you ca complete reading this in hardly 15-20 minutes.

Other following parts are also well written just giving those links as well below:-






That’s it folks. I am going to categorize these kinds of blogs under “Interesting Blogs” and corresponding technology equivalent.


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Tomcy John

Tomcy John

Blogger & Author at javacodebook
He is an Enterprise Java Specialist holding a degree in Engineering (B-Tech) with over 10 years of experience in several industries. He's currently working as Principal Architect at Emirates Group IT since 2005. Prior to this he has worked with Oracle Corporation and Ernst & Young. His main specialization is on various web technologies and acts as chief mentor and Architect to facilitate incorporating Spring as Corporate Standard in the organization.
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