This WebLogic course is an introduction to writing JEE-compliant Web applications using Oracle WebLogic Server 10.x and Oracle Workshop for WebLogic. An overview of JEE technology is provided, followed by hands-on experience with JNDI, JDBC, Java servlets, and JavaServer pages.

Other topics covered include servlet filters, custom JSP tags, JavaMail, and an overview of JavaServer Faces (JSF).

WebLogic Training

Experienced Java programmers and software engineers preparing to write components for JEE Web applications hosted on Oracle WebLogic Server.

WebLogic Tutorial

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Start, stop, and configure WebLogic Server
  • Write, deploy, and test Java EE components using the Oracle Workshop development tool
  • Use JNDI to access JDBC data sources
  • Write and deploy servlets and JavaServer pages on WebLogic server
  • Use JDBC to read and update a database
  • Create and process HTML forms
  • Work with cookies and HTTP sessions
  • Assemble and configure a J2EE-compliant Web application
  • Use servlet filters for pre- and post-processing HTTP requests
  • Create custom JSP tags
  • Use the JavaMail API to send email from Web applications
  • Create security principals and roles
  • Apply security to Web pages
  • Implement the Model View Controller architecture
  • Write simple applications using the JavaServer Faces framework


Students should be comfortable with Java programming and object-oriented concepts. A minimum of six months coding experience is suggested. In addition, students should be familiar with writing simple Web pages using HTML. Prior experience using SQL and/or JDBC will be helpful.

Course Outline:

  • Overview of Java EE
  • Introduction to Oracle Workshop
  • Servlets
  • Session Management
  • JavaServer Pages
  • Custom JSP Tags
  • Web Application Security
  • Java Naming and Directory Interface
  • Database Access using JDBC
  • Design Concepts for Web Applications
  • Servlet Filters
  • JavaMail
  • JavaServer Faces
  • Web Resources
  • HTML Reference
  • Web Accessibility
  • A JSP Template Mechanism
  • Web Services




"The WebLogic training was pretty good, and though I was the only one in the online session the class was very much interactive, it was a very good experience, and I am also looking forward to take more trainings from train4job.com on other technologies as and when required for me." – Richard (WebLogic)