When first installed, OC4J can immediately deploy and run many simple J2EE components without any extra configuration. However, in most cases, you'll need to customize a few server settings to set up data sources, JMS queues, and other common resources. When using the OC4J Standalone Edition, these settings are changed by manually editing a collection of configuration files.
In this chapter, you'll do the following:
Look at all the server configuration files (many of which will be described more fully in later Chapters).
Learn which files are most commonly changed, and why.
Explore strategies for managing multiple configurations on the same server.
Walk through the configuration of log files, ports, transaction ...