What is the function of T3 in WebLogic Server?

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Posted On: Dec 28, 2020

 

T3 is the protocol which is a standardized rule used to transport information between WebLogic servers and other types of Java programs. WebLogic keeps track of every Java virtual machine connected to the application and creates a single T3 connection to carry traffic to the Java virtual machine.

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