The release will be the first product from Oracle to combine technology from both Oracle Fusion Middleware and BEA Systems. It will integrate with Oracle’s middleware products, including JDeveloper, Coherence, TopLink and Enterprise Manager, said Oracle.
Web 2.0 interfaces can now be continuously updated with a new HTTP publish-subscribe feature, Oracle said. Additionally, developers and end users can get more insight into application behaviour and responsiveness with new support for Java SE 6 and JRockit Mission Control.
WebLogic Server will also contain support for developers working within a Spring framework, an open source application framework for Java platforms, Oracle added.
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