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ID: 19926, WebLogic Whiz

by Granville Miller Email:

WebLogic@Whiz comprises of 3 Mock Tests (180 Questions) on the latest pattern of WebLogic (WLS 6.0) Certification Exam.
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WebLogic@Whiz comprises of 3 Mock Tests (180 Questions) on the latest pattern of WebLogic (WLS 6.0) Certification Exam. The salient features include High Level of Customization, Detailed Explanation, Quick Revision Tips, scorer of the month and much more.

Make sure you have JRE (Java Runtime Environment) 1.2 or higher version installed on your machine. In case of any problem/clarification mail us at

To download JRE1.2 please follow the link:

Using Zip File (

(i) Unzipping the should create a directory "WebLogicWhizTrial" in your machine.

(ii) Now double-click on RunWebLogicWhizTrial.bat (which will be in the "WebLogicWhizTrial" directory).

(iii) WebLogic@Whiz is ready for use!

(iv) Please read help from the help menu(of the interface) to know more about how to use WebLogic@Whiz to get the most out of it.

Please visit the link below to buy WebLogic@Whiz:


Problem : On running (by double clicking) the RunWebLogicWhizTrial.bat file - Nothing comes, dos window appears and then disappears.

Solution : Check if the Java is in path

On dos window type java -version : it should show the version.

If you get the message like : bad command or file name or the name specified is not....
It means either java is not installed or java is not in the path.

To set the path :


1.) Open Autoexec.bat and and set the path by adding following line:
Assuming the path to bin is c:\jdk1.2\bin
SET PATH = %PATH%;c:\jdk1.2\bin

2.) Restart the PC

1.) Add the path to environment variables using start->settings->control panel->system->environment
If there already exists a path variable then append the path to bin directory with ";" or add the new variable called path and set the value to be the path to bin directory.

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