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Oracle WebLogic 10.3 on Solaris 10

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Hi

Can anybody help me on how to install weblogic 10.0 on Solaris 10
please give me a step to step guide please.

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Nikhil
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Please have a look at the instructions in the following doc:
http://edocs.bea.com/platform/suppconfigs/configs/pdf/solaris.pdf 
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