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I have heard an unofficial target time-frame of very late July / August 2008. Of course this is completely unofficial and subject to change.
Hope some one from BEA/ORACLE can gives us some response. We are just about to roll out an Application on production using BEA Weblogic 10.3 TP.
We like to have a valid production license from BEA on Weblogic 10.3, since it has not been released, its unlikely to get one. We are willing to be Beta Partners with some sort of beta license.
WLS 10.3 TP has been out for almost 1 year since last Oct, it is about time to release it.
WLS Product Manager, Sabrina M. Reynoso once said that
"The current plan of record for WebLogic Server 10.3 release is mid 2008." on WLS 10.3 TP group.
I would like to know if this is still on track, if not what would be expected date ?
Director, Lead Solution Architect
Chester Chen, Ph.D.
Ascent Media Group
It was GA'd yesterday:
Why bea site still showing preview version only? Are we not suppose to download from bea site anymore?
Please use the Oracle site going forward. BEA sites are in the process of being migrated over to Oracle.
It looks like 10.3 works with jdk 1.6.
In the above link I don't see 10.3 for Solaris x86. Also isn't there separate installer for 32-bit and 64-bit jvms?
I don't see Solaris x86 in the list of supported platforms. It may simply be that particular platform will be certified in the next several months. AIX usually falls in this category and is certified several months after the GA date. Contact support for some general guide-lines on planned platform support.
I cannot find a version for 64 bit Windows or Linux. Will they be available soon?