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Add support for a WebLogic server to poll MBeans

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Created by Rodim Suarez_ret, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This articles provides steps on how to add support for a WebLogic server to poll MBeans.

Environment

All SAM versions

Steps

Note: The following steps only apply when files shipped with SAM are not compatible with a WebLogic installation, (i.e. possible version mismatch).

  1. On your WebLogic host, navigate to the folder where the WebLogic server was installed. It is typically installed at Oracle/Middleware/wlserver_<version>/server/lib</version>.Locate the wlclient.jar and wljmxclient.jar libraries. 
     
  2. On your Orion server, start Orion Service Manager. It should be located atStart > All Programs > SolarWinds Orion > Advanced features.
     
  3. Find the SolarWinds JMX Bridge service and stop this service from running.

    Important: Existing JMX components cannot be polled and can go into a down state before you restart the service. To keep the down time to a minimum, perform following steps:
     
    1. Copy the wlclient.jar and wljmxclient.jar libraries to your Orion server. The target folder for these files is typically C:\Program Files(x86)\Orion\APM\jmxbridge\lib. Note: You will need to overwrite the existing files.
       
    2. In the Orion Service Manager, start the SolarWinds JMX Bridge service.
  4. You are now able to poll WebLogic server MBeans.


For more information, refer to the following article:

Monitoring and Management Using JMX

 

 

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