MonthAugust 2014

Steps to configure Weblogic proxy plugin in IIS6.0

To configure weblogic Proxy plugin in IIS6.0 we need to have mainly two dll’s (iisforward.dll & iisproxy.dll) and iisproxy.ini in the same folder. The mentioned dll’s  (iisforward.dll & iisproxy.dll) are available with the weblogic installation folder.

My environment details

Microsoft windows server 2003(32bit)
IIS6.0
Weblogic 10.3.6

In my setup the dll’s was available in the below location for WL 10.3.6  C:OracleMiddlewarewlserver_10.3serverpluginwin32

Copy the iisforward.dll, proxy.dll to C:Inetpubwwwroot and create a file iisproxy.ini with the below simple configuration.

WebLogicHost=<Weblogic host>
 WebLogicPort=7001
 WlForwardPath=/
 Debug=ALL
 DebugConfigInfo=ON

More plugins can be added based on your requirements, the plugin list can be found here

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15051_01/wls/docs103/plugins/plugin_params.html

Now the sample output from  C:Inetpubwwwroot directory looks like below.

sample_out

And in IIS6.0 it looks like below.

iis_basic

I’m using Default website in this example.

Steps

  1. Start IIS, go to ‘Default Web Site”, right click on it and select ‘properties’,                         go to ‘ISAPI Filters’ tab, click on Add
  2. Default-prop

isapi-filter

Enter the name of your choice for the “Filter name” eg: forwarddll

Now click on browse and select “iisforward.dll“,  and click on OK, as shown below.

fwd-dll

Go to the Home Directory, select configuration and select add

add_wlforward

Select browse, then iisproxy.dll from drop down list and for extension use .wlforward

and make sure “Verify that the file exits” is not checked (See last check box on screen above and screen shot below point 6).

Then click OK.

Next go to Web Service Extension and make sure that “All Unknown ISAPI Extensions” are allowed.

WebserviceExt

Here completes the configuration.

Now  you can access you weblogic url via, WLS iis proxy.

for example, in original your application is configured on weblogic port 7001

like:
http://myhost.wlmachine.com:7001/sampleapp
This can be accessed as
http://myhost.wlmachine.com/sampleapp

USB Type-C Connector Ready for Production

USB 3.0  Promoter group has released it’s new USB Type-C specification. The USB Type-C specification establishes a new cable and connector scheme tailored to fit mobile device product designs, yet robust enough for laptops and tablets.

The USB Type-C specification defines the physical USB Type-C cable and connector form factor along with the functional requirements for detecting and managing USB connections over an extensible wiring architecture. This new cable and connector supports USB performance at SuperSpeed USB 10 Gbps (USB 3.1) and USB Power Delivery up to 100W.
Key characteristics of the USB Type-C connector include:

  • Entirely new design.
  • Tailored for emerging product designs.
  • Robust enough for laptops and tablets; slim enough for mobile phones.
  • Similar to size of USB 2.0 Micro-B.
  • Usability enhancements.
  • Reversible plug orientation and cable direction.
  • Supports scalable power charging.
  • Future scalability.
  • Designed to support future USB performance needs.
  • Mechanical specs:
    • Receptacle opening: ~8.4mm x ~2.6mm.
    • Durability: 10,000 cycles.
    • Improved EMI- and RFI-mitigation features.
    • Power delivery capacity: 3A for standard cables and 5A for connectors

About the USB 3.0 Promoter Group
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group, comprised of Hewlett-Packard Company, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Renesas Electronics, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments, developed the USB 3.1 Specification that was released in July 2013. In addition to maintaining and enhancing this specification, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group develops specification addendums to extend or adapt its specifications to support more platform types or use cases where adopting USB 3.1 technology will be beneficial in delivering a more ubiquitous, richer user experience

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