Oracle FMW

Software Engineering

Since its first version, Weblogic has had a great numbers of features that has just been growing over the years. As new Weblogic versions are being released, some of these features get slowly forgotten while the new ones get the spotlight . Here is a list of  5 Weblogic features, old and new, that you probably haven’t heard of.

Software Engineering

Since its first version, Weblogic has had a great numbers of features that has just been growing over the years. As new Weblogic versions are being released, some of these features get slowly forgotten while the new ones get the spotlight . Here is a list of  5 Weblogic features, old and new, that you probably haven’t heard of.

Software Engineering

Some external components require some form of authentication before allowing their services to be accessed. Developing components or applications often comes with the question of where to store the respective credentials needed to connect those external services. Oracle FMW provides a Credential Store in which these credentials can be managed in a central and secure place. It also provides a set of functions that can be used with WLST to create, list and edit those credentials. Unfortunately these functions only allow you to create password credentials and not generic credentials. In this blog I will demonstrate how to create these generic credentials using WLST.