Oracle Workshop for WebLogic 10g R3

If you are a Oracle WebLogic Server user, this is the free tool for you. Using core technology voted
Best Commercial Eclipse-based Developer Tool by Foundation committers, Oracle Workshop for WebLogic extends Eclipse and Web Tools Platform for development of Web Services, Java, JavaEE, Object Relational Mapping, Spring, Beehive, and Web Applications. It installs as a plug-in to your existing Eclipse, or will install Eclipse for you, and supports your favorite server or servlet engine.

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Tutorials - Creating Web Applications
 Getting Started with Oracle Workshop
 Working with JSPs
 JavaServer Faces Application
 JavaServer Faces / NetUI Integration
 Accessing a Database from a Beehive NetUI Web Application

Tutorials - Web Services

 Web Services
 Advanced Web Services
 Create a Timer Control
Hands on labs
 JAX-WS, JAXB, Java class redefinition
 Application upgrade, Webapp, Remote deployment to cluster
 Lab source files
Tutorials - Working with Data
 Testing a Control with JUnit
 Building Enterprise JavaBeans
 Oracle Kodo
 Developing a Hibernate Application
 Working with Databases
Data Sheet
 Workshop for WebLogic Datasheet
 Workshop Javadocs
 JSP Tags Javadoc

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Technical Information
 System Requirements
 Dev2Dev Article Archive
 Workshop's New Features List
 Workshop Samples
 Tips and Tricks
 Workshop Cheat Sheets
 Workshop Documentation

Related Sites

WebLogic Server Product Documentation

 The EclipseLink project
 Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling
 Eclipse Dali JPA Tools Project
 Eclipse BPEL Tools Project
 Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP)
 Apache Beehive Integration in WebLogic Server
 WebLogic Server JSP
 Java Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
 JSP Specification
 EJB3 Specification
 Apache Struts
 Apache MyFaces
 Apache XMLBeans
 Apache Beehive
 Sun Reference Implementation for JSF