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Setting Up the Development Environment

Next, we set up our development environment:

  1. Install WebLogic.

  2. Install Apache XML and XSL Java archives.

  3. Install JBuilder.

  4. Install Openwave WAP SDK.

  5. Set up web application in WebLogic.

  6. Set up project in JBuilder.

There's not enough space here to go into the many details surrounding this setup, but there are a few "gotchas" that you should be wary of. In order to run or debug WebLogic Server from within JBuilder, we were forced to disable the WebLogic class path in the command-line parameters of our JBuilder project. Otherwise, we encountered class-loading errors. You should also be careful to install the latest service pack for WebLogic, as this addresses some problems that are difficult to trace in the basic release. Finally, be careful when you specify libraries in JBuilder, as mistakes here can lead to annoying class-loading errors.

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