Oracle has now officially released WebCenter 11g PS3 (220.127.116.11). You can download it online as of today (Jan 25, 2011). This marks a major leap in WebCenter’s capabilities and maturity as an Enterprise 2.0 Collaboration Portal. Look for more information on the M&S blog to come.
I documented the steps I took to complete an install of WebLogic 11g PS3 (10.3.4) — sometimes also called 11gR3 — on my Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit OS. There is only a 32-bit version of WebLogic available for Windows, but it runs fine on Windows 7 64-bit and, as I understand, the same way with other version of the Windows OS as well (Vista, XP, Servers, etc.). [box type=”shadow”]Note: The WebLogic Server version is 10.3.4, but this release coincides with other Oracle Fusion Middleware products released with a version numbering of 18.104.22.168.[/box] This walk-through covers: WebLogic 11g Install on Windows … Read More
As part of our Oracle Identity Management services, we are consistently configuring environments running WebLogic and integrating deeply with the WLS Security architecture. The following information from the Oracle documentation is a good description of how this is accomplished. It is referred to by Oracle as Perimeter Authentication. WebLogic Server is designed to extend the single sign-on concept all the way to the perimeter through support for identity assertion. Provided as a critical piece of the WebLogic Security Framework, the concept of identity assertion allows WebLogic Server to use the authentication mechanism provided by perimeter authentication schemes such as the … Read More
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