This document contains information on application servers supported by the following versions of JDeveloper:
The certification information for JDeveloper 11g is located here.
This matrix shows application servers supported by JDeveloper 10g (10.1.3), for deploying J2EE and ADF applications. The matrix also shows any additional restrictions that apply or extra tasks that are required.
|Application Server Name and Version||Supported by JDeveloper 10g (10.1.3.x)?|
|Oracle Application Server||10g (10.1.3)||Yes A|
|10g (10.1.2)||Yes B,C|
|Standalone OC4J||10g (10.1.3)||Yes C,D|
|WebLogic||11g (10.3.4)||Yes H|
|9, 9.2||Yes C,E|
A. If your JDeveloper and Oracle Application Server do not have matching version numbers (for example if one is 10.1.3.0 and the other is 10.1.3.1), the following notes apply:
B. For all applications, you need to reconfigure your applications to use J2SE 1.4.2 and J2EE 1.3. See the JDeveloper documentation for complete instructions.
C. For ADF applications only, you need to install the ADF runtime libraries, using the ADF Installer. You can run the installer from within JDeveloper (select Tools | ADF Runtime installer) or use the standalone version.
D. JDeveloper 10.1.3.1 is certified only with Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.3.1). If you are using JDeveloper 10.1.3.0, then you must use Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.3.0). Note the specific point release numbers.
E. Some ADF features are not supported with WebLogic 9:
F. For ADF applications, see the section Deploying to WebSphere in the JDeveloper documentation.
G. For all applications, you need to reconfigure your applications to use J2SE 1.4. See the JDeveloper documentation for complete instructions.
H. No connection or direct deployment support from JDeveloper. Applicable only to ADF applications deployed from WLS console or WLST. Some manual steps required to configure the server, as described in the Deploying the SRDemo ADF Sample Application on WebLogic Servers.
This matrix shows application servers supported by JDeveloper 10.1.2. The Notes section describes any restrictions or additional tasks that are required.
|Application Server Name and Version||Supported by JDeveloper 10g (10.1.2)?|
|Oracle Application Server||10g (10.1.3)||Yes 1|
|Standalone OC4J||10g (10.1.2)||Yes 2|
1. This configuration is supported for UIX applications only. For complete instructions on how to deploy UIX applications from JDeveloper 10.1.2 to Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.3), please see the document Deploying a 10.1.2 UIX Application to a 10.1.3.x OC4J Instance.
2. For ADF applications only, you need to install the ADF runtime libraries, using the ADF Runtime Installer. To start the Installer, select Tools | ADF Runtime Installer from the main menu in JDeveloper. Instructions for running the installer are in the JDeveloper online documentation, or click Help in the Installer.
3. The ADF runtime installer does not support installing the ADF runtime to WebSphere; you need to copy the runtime libraries by hand. ADF applications are not supported in release 10.1.2.0.1.false ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,