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Tue 24 Aug 2004
Category : Technology
We've got WebLogic running on the Mac. WebLogic is a Java J2EE-class application server.
We're setting up a demo for Apple Singapore that will show WebLogic integrated with Oracle and running on an Xserve :
The figure above shows the WebLogic console. All the examples work, including support for multiple languages, like Japanese. And support for encrypted communications between browser and server, via SSL. The Xserve is running OS X Panther Server.
More importantly for us, LucaWeb - the web browser-based version of our Luca Accounting System - also works on WebLogic. That's what we will be able to demo - plus having the data coming out of an Oracle 10g database, sitting on the same Xserve.
Isn't OS X great? That brings to three the number of Java application servers we know we can run on - Tomcat, JBoss, and now, WebLogic. Total code portability. And reusability. That's freedom of choice.