Now that WebLogic Server 12c has been released, it's interesting to look at the various libraries, modules and open-source frameworks it uses.
One approach to doing this is to use the wls-cat utility to search for a known class from the framework, module or open-source framework you are interested in looking at, and observing where the class is loaded from and the corresponding library version.
One important item to note here is that as of the WebLogic Server 12c release, the JSF implementation has been added directly to the WebLogic Server classpath. This is a change from the WebLogic Server 11g release where the JSF implementation was provided as an optional shared-library, which needed to be deployed in order for applications to use JSF. With WebLogic Server 12c, JSF is now an integral part of the server and can be used without the necessity of deploying and referencing the shared-library.
- JSF 2.1
- Mojarra 2.1.5
Java Persistence API / EclipseLink
- JPA 2.0
- EclipseLink 2.3
Context and Dependency Injection/Weld
- CDI 1.0
- Weld 1.1.3-SP1
- SLF4J 1.6.1