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From Campbell Allan <>
Subject Re: installing subversion with Oracle Weblogic Application Sever 11g
Date Thu, 08 Jul 2010 14:29:57 GMT

On Thursday 08 Jul 2010, Birdsell, John - OIG wrote:
> We are preparing to build out a new application server - oracle weblogic
> App server 11g and we want to include subversion 1.6 .  Has anyone done
> this ?  Any articles available ?  gotcha's to look out for?
> Thanks
> John Birdsell

I'm not sure what you are asking when you say include subversion 1.6. In loose 
terms, WebLogic is a J2EE application server for running java applications 
and is completely independent from version control systems such as 
Subversion. Do you in what way the two would interact as there are a few 
possible combinations? Are you meaning you want to host a Subversion 
repository (via http?) running at the same time as WebLogic or from WebLogic? 
Or do you want to access a repository from an application installed in 
Weblogic? Or are you putting some of welogics files under version control?

oh, just thought of another possibility, Weblogic might come with a 
development environment which if it hasn't changed from 10 is based upon 
Eclipse. If you are meaning that then no, there won't be any gotchas but you 
will need to install a compatible plugin if you wish to use subversion from 
within the Eclipse tooling.

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