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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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WebSphere-Supplied PMI Clients

As described earlier, WAS V5 supports several different PMI clients, and provides two that are ready to use—the Performance Servlet application and the Tivoli Performance Viewer. Since the focus of this book is application deployment and administration, we won't be dealing with developing PMI clients. Instead, we'll focus our discussion on the usage of these two clients.

Performance Monitoring Servlet

The Performance Monitoring Servlet is a web application that can be installed for use in either WAS base or WAS-ND. The specifics of using this PMI client vary based on WAS edition, but it basically functions by providing PMI data in XML format that can be viewed in a browser or captured by an application. The output ...

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