Time Machine Framework for WebLogic
The Time Machine Framework for WebLogic provides a great set of features enabling time shift testing scenarios for Java applications deployed to Oracle WebLogic.
This Framework enables customers to use Time Machine functionality to time shift test Java applications within a WebLogic managed server without the need to create a separate instance of the application server for testing other time related activities. The Framework allows customers to configure and automatically create different virtual clocks on managed servers within the WebLogic domain as well as the granularity to establish virtual clock rules for specific applications deployed to the managed server.
The Time Machine Framework for WebLogic is controlled using the Time Machine Management Console, a Java application that provides an intuitive graphical interface for Time Machine, the Frameworks and the Time Machine Sync Server. With the Management Console, users can see the managed servers that are configured in WebLogic, what applications are deployed and easily establish real-time virtual clocks or rules that determine exactly when a virtual clock will be created.
The Framework also provides a robust Java API that enables programmatic management of time shift testing functions for the WebLogic deployed applications.
The Time Machine Framework for WebLogic was developed and tested in the Oracle Java Cloud Service.
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