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Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration Handbook by Sam Alapati

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Monitoring with JMX

JMX is the foundation for everything you can do from the Administration Console. However, one can programmatically monitor WebLogic Server by using the JMX interface directly in a Java program or by writing scripts using a tool such as WLST. Programmers can invoke WebLogic Server's JMX managed beans (MBeans) to monitor various server statistics. MBeans are part of WebLogic Server's implementation of Java Management Extensions (JMX). JMX offers a programmatic access to a server's management data, and each run-time MBean represents server management data and operations.

Since this book is primarily for WebLogic Server system administrators and not for Java developers, I won't go into the details of programmatic monitoring through ...

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