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Oracle recommends use of Web Logic Server 12.1.1 with these patches applied, on both JDK 6 and JDK 7.

The following sections describe new and changed functionality in this Web Logic Server release: On March 15, 2012, Oracle made available an updated Oracle Web Logic Server 12.1.1 distribution.

This distribution includes patches that enable Java SE Development Kit (JDK) 7 certification and provide other product optimizations.

Instead of mixing tags from numerous vendors in your JSP applications, you use a single, standard set of tags.

This standardization allows you to deploy your applications on any JSP container that supports JSTL and makes it more likely that the implementation of the tags is optimized.

An auto commit means that any other applications that are viewing data will see the updated data after each database read or write operation.

However, if your application performs two separate database access operations that depend on each other, you will want to use the JTA API to demarcate where the entire transaction, including both operations, begins, rolls back, and commits.

It includes the following sections: The most important goal of the Java EE 6 platform is to simplify development by providing a common foundation for the various kinds of components in the Java EE platform.

Developers benefit from productivity improvements with more annotations and less XML configuration, more Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs), and simplified packaging.

If you choose to download and apply the patches yourself, note the following: The patches contained in this well-known patch directory are included in the system classpath using standard Web Logic Server start scripts so that those patches automatically go into effect when Web Logic Server is started.

If you do not use standard Web Logic Server start scripts, you must ensure that your start scripts pick up patches that are stored in the well-known location where you have placed your patches.

JSTL has an iterator and conditional tags for handling flow control, tags for manipulating XML documents, internationalization tags, tags for accessing databases using SQL, and commonly used functions.