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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Getting Started with Oracle Fusion Middleware Management
11g Release 1 (11.1.0.1)

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A

access
application platform, 10.2.1.1.1
connectivity, 10.2.1.1
accessing architecture view, 16.1.17.1
acsera.properties file, A.2
action configuration, 16.3.5
activity
entity EJB, 16.2.11.1.6
ADF task flows
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.1
administrators
privileges, 10.2.3
statistics, 10.2.3
ADP
architecture, 15.2
backing up database, 10.3.6
configuring, 10.3.4.1
database, 10.2.1.2, 15.2.3
how to use, 19
installing and configuring data repository, 10.3.5
Java agents, 15.2.1
manager, 15.2.2
node, 16.2.17
running multiple instances, 10.3.4.4
starting, 16.1.1
user interface, 15.2.4
ADP agents
deploying Java agent for Oracle platform, 10.3.4.3.3
deploying on WebLogic, 10.3.4.2
deploying on WebSphere, 10.3.4.3
aggregated count
metric type, 16.1.18
aggregating
incoming metrics, A.2.5
performance data, A.2.4
aggregation data
export to file, 18.1.3
AIX
installing ADP on, 10.3.2
analysis
bottleneck, 17.4
delay, 17.4
impact, 17.5
apache-tomcat-5.5.20 directory, A.1.5
application
domains, 10.2.2
Application Schema model
functional view, 16.1.15
Application Server
analyzing historical performance, 3.2.3
extensible monitoring, 3.2.7
managing configurations, 3.5
applications, 16.2.12
Web, 16.2.12.5
architecture
ADP, 15.2
architecture view, 16.1.17
accessing, 16.1.17.1
summary, 16.1.17.1.2
types of, 16.1.17
arguments
export.xml file, 18.2.3, 18.2.3, 18.2.3, 18.2.3
async dispatchers, 16.2.11.1.2
attributes
export.xml file, 18.2.3, 18.2.3
automatic domain member discovery, 2.4
average timing
metric type, 16.1.18

B

backing up ADP database, 10.3.6
baseline performance, 19.1.3.1, 19.3
beans
entity, 16.2.12.8
message driven, 16.2.12.9
stateful, 16.2.12.7
stateless, 16.2.12.6
bin directory, A.1.3
blackouts
configuring for Service Level Objectives, 16.1.5
creating for Service Level Objectives, 16.1.5
deleting Service Level Objectives, 16.1.5
Service Level Objectives summary list, 16.1.5
books
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.4
bottlenecks
analysis, 17.4
identifying performance, 19.1.3.2, 19.4
removing performance, 19.1.3.3
business SLAs guidelines, 19.2
byte statistics, JMS destinations, 16.2.11.1.4

C

cache
entity EJB, 16.2.11.1.6
stateful EJB, 16.2.12.7.1
certificate
importing into manager's keystore, 10.4.4
channels node, 16.2.11.3
characterization, performance, 17.2
class node
in processes, 16.2.6.3
clustering, 10.2.2
WebLogic, 10.2.2.1
clusters
WebLogic, 10.2.2.1.1
comparative view
performance analysis, 16.1.10
component level
architecture view, 16.1.17
component level execution
architecture view, 16.1.17
components
deploying, 10.3.4
config directory, A.1.2
configuration
action, 16.3.5
data life time, A.2.4
directories and files, A
export, 18.2
multi-domain monitoring, A.2.2
periodic export, 18.2.1
configurations
managing, 3.5
configuring
ADP, 10.3.4.1
ADP agent when WebLogic installed as Windows Service, 10.4.5
ADP data repository, 10.3.5
list of applications excluded from monitoring, A.2.6
list of applications to be monitored, A.2.6
MySQL DBMS for ADP, 10.3.5.2
Oracle DBMS for ADP, 10.3.5.1
connectivity
configuring Oracle SOA Suite for, 10.4.2
configuring Oracle WebLogic Portal for security, 10.4.3
configuring Oracle WebLogic Server for security, 10.4.3
configuring WebSphere 5.1 for security, 10.4.1.2
DHCP, 10.2.1.1.3
network, 10.2.1.1.2
containers
persistent, 16.2.11.1.6
persistent in processes, 16.2.6.2
stateless, 16.2.11.1.5
creating
Service Level Objectives, 16.1.4.1
Service Level Objectives blackouts, 16.1.5
custom metrics, 16.2.16
monitoring environment, 16.1.14

D

dashboards
health indicators, 16.1.3
data
example of exported for WebLogic, 18.3
export modes, 18.1
performance graphs and data items, 16.1.8
data displayed
display interval, 16.1.7
time frame, 16.1.6
data items
performance data, 16.1.8
data life time configuration, A.2.4
data repository
installing and configuring for ADP, 10.3.5
setting up, 10.3.3
database
ADP, 10.2.1.2, 15.2.3
export data to, 18.1.2
database administrator
contact for installation statistics, 10.2.3.1
date, exporting, 18
delay analysis, 17.4
view
in processes, 16.2.6.1.1
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.1
dependencies, environment, 10.2
dependency
node, 16.2.12.2
types, 16.2.12.2, 16.2.12.2
deploy directory, A.1.4
deploying
ADP components, 10.3.4
deployments nodes, 16.2.12.3
desktops
displaying portal, 16.2.10.3
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.1
destinations
JMS, 16.2.11.1.4
DHCP connectivity, 10.2.1.1.3
directory
apache-tomcat-5.5.20, A.1.5
bin, A.1.3
config, A.1.2
configuration, A.1
deploy, A.1.4
structure, A.1.1
dispatchers
async, 16.2.11.1.2
sync, 16.2.11.1.3
display interval
context, 16.1.7.2
data displayed, 16.1.7
time frame, 16.1.7.1
do-it-yourself manual processes, avoiding, 15.1.4
domains
application, 10.2.2

E

easy scroller, 16.1.12
EJB
activity, 16.2.11.1.6
activity table in processes, 16.2.6.2.1
cache table in processes, 16.2.6.2.2
entity cache, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.2
entity locking, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.4
entity transactions, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.3
entity transactions table in processes, 16.2.6.2.3
locking table in processes, 16.2.6.2.4
message driven activity, 16.2.12.9.1
message driven transactions, 16.2.12.9.2
services, 16.2.9.2
stateful cache, 16.2.12.7.1
stateful locking, 16.2.12.7.3
stateful transactions, 16.2.12.7.2
entity
beans, 16.2.12.8
EJB activity, 16.2.11.1.6
EJB activity table in processes, 16.2.6.2.1
EJB cache, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.2
EJB cache table in processes, 16.2.6.2.2
EJB locking, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.4
EJB locking table in processes, 16.2.6.2.4
EJB transactions, 16.2.11.1.6, 16.2.12.8.3
EJB transactions table in processes, 16.2.6.2.3
performance ranking, 17.1
environment dependencies, 10.2
environments
service-oriented views, 15.1.2
events
node performance, 16.2.11.2
view in processes, 16.2.6.1.2
viewer in Service Level Objectives, 16.1.4.2.3
execute queues
health, 16.2.11.1.1
execute thread
thread count, 16.2.11.1.1
export
configuration, 18.2
manual execution of metric, 18.2.2
export modes
data, 18.1
exporting data, 18
export.xml file, 18.2.3
extensible monitoring, 3.2.7

F

file
export data to, 18.1.1
firewall mitigation, A.2.7
functional view of Application Schema model, 16.1.15

G

graphs
performance data, 16.1.8
right-click operations, 16.1.9
guidelines
business SLAs, 19.2

H

health
integration, 16.2.11.1
health indicators
dashboard, 16.1.3
histogram
performance, 17.2.4
how to use ADP, 19
HTTP services, 16.2.9.1
HttpDeployer.ear procedure, 10.3.4.2.1

I

impact analysis, 17.5
improving performance, 19.1.3
installing
ADP data repository, 10.3.5
on AIX, 10.3.2
on Linux, 10.3.2
on Solaris, 10.3.2
on Windows, 10.3.1
instrumentation in processes, 16.2.6.3
integration, 16.2.11
interval context
display interval, 16.1.7.2

J

Java agents
ADP, 15.2.1
Java EE application
managing, 15.1.1
Java EE application responsiveness, monitoring, 3.2.2
JDBCs services, 16.2.9.3
JMS destinations, 16.2.11.1.4
JSF pages
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.2

K

keystore
importing certificate, 10.4.4

L

Linux
installing ADP on, 10.3.2
load regression, multi-point, 17.2.1
load scattergram, 17.2.2
locking
entity EJB, 16.2.11.1.6
stateful EJB, 16.2.12.7.3
log files management
acsera.properties file, A.2.1

M

managing
configurations, 3.5
mapping
SLAs to SLOs, 19.1.1, 19.2
maximum response time measurement
metric type, 16.1.18
memory leak detection, 17.3
message driven
beans, 16.2.12.9
EJB activity, 16.2.12.9.1
EJB transactions, 16.2.12.9.2
message statistics
JMS destinations, 16.2.11.1.4
metadata view
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.2
method node
in processes, 16.2.6.3
methodology, ADP, 19
metric export
manual execution, 18.2.2
metrics
aggregating incoming, A.2.5
custom, 16.2.16
customizing for monitoring, 16.1.14
setting Service Level Objectives on, 19.1.3.4
setting SLOs on, 19.5
types, 16.1.18
WebLogic, 19.5
Middleware
management, 1, 3
minimum response time measurement
metric type, 16.1.18
modeled entities view
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.6
modes
data export, 18.1
module level
architecture view, 16.1.17
module level execution
architecture view, 16.1.17
monitoring
configuring custom metrics, 16.1.14
extensible, Application Server, 3.2.7
multi-domain configuration, A.2.2
MySQL DBMS
configuring for ADP, 10.3.5.2

N

name
Service Level Objectives, 16.3.3.1
navigation
easy scroller, 16.1.12
node
hierarchy in processes, 16.2.6.1
method in processes, 16.2.6.3
node manager
used by WebLogic, 10.2.2.1.2
nodes
ADP, 16.2.17
class in processes, 16.2.6.3
dependencies, 16.2.12.2
deployments, 16.2.12.3
hierarchy in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.8
pageflows, 16.2.8
services, 16.2.12.1

O

OC4J
administrator
contact for installation statistics, 10.2.3.4
operation routing rules view
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.5
Oracle
Application Server
historical performance, 3.2.3
Web Cache, 3.2.2
deploying ADP Java agent for, 10.3.4.3.3
Oracle BPEL Processes, 16.2.3
Oracle DBMS
configuring for ADP, 10.3.5.1
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4
Oracle HTTP Server session volumes, 3.2.2
Oracle resources, 16.2.15
Oracle SOA Suite
configuring for secure connectivity, 10.4.2
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5
Oracle WebLogic
portals, 16.2.1
resources, 16.2.13
Oracle WebLogic Portal
configuring for secure connectivity, 10.4.3
Oracle WebLogic Server
configuring for secure connectivity, 10.4.3

P

pageflow viewer
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.3
pageflows node, 16.2.8
pages
JSF in Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.2
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.5
WebSphere portals, 16.2.2.2
parameters
defining Service Level Objectives, 16.1.4.2
partner link bindings view
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.5
partner link type role view
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.4
partner links view
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.3
PDF
saving view as, 16.1.11
performance
analytics, 17
analyzing historical, 3.2.3
baseline, 19.1.3.1, 19.3
characteristics of target, 19.1.2
characterization, 17.2
comparative view analysis, 16.1.10
graphs and data items, 16.1.8
histogram, 17.2.4
identifying bottlenecks, 19.1.3.2, 19.4
improvement process, 19.1.3
node, 16.2.11.2
Oracle Application Server, historical, 3.2.3
removing bottlenecks, 19.1.3.3
system level, 19.4.1
periodic export configuration, 18.2.1
persistent containers, 16.2.11.1.6
in processes, 16.2.6.2
platform
intelligent, 15.1.3
port assignment
RMI, A.2.3
portal desktop
displaying, 16.2.10.3
portal hierarchy
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1
WebSphere portals, 16.2.2
portals
Oracle WebLogic, 16.2.1
WebSphere virtual, 16.2.2.1
portlet drill down
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.2
portlet performance
Web Services Remote Portlet producers, 16.2.10.1
portlets
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.3
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.6
Web Services Remote Portlet producer, 16.2.10.1
WebSphere portals, 16.2.2.3
privileges
administrators, 10.2.3
process nodes
performance, 16.2.11.2
processes, 16.2.6
deployed WebLogic, 16.2.6
node hierarchy, 16.2.6.1
properties file
acsera.properties, A.2
UrlMap.properties, A.3

R

resources
Oracle, 16.2.15
Oracle WebLogic, 16.2.13
WebSphere, 16.2.14
right-click operations
tables and graphs, 16.1.9
RMI port assignment, A.2.3
RMI ports
firewall mitigation, A.2.7

S

saving
view as PDF, 16.1.11
SCA See Service Component Architecture
scattergram
load, 17.2.2
scroller
easy navigation, 16.1.12
secure connectivity
configuring WebSphere 5.1 for, 10.4.1.2
Oracle SOA Suite, 10.4.2
secured connections
WebSphere, 10.4.1.1
Service Component Architecture, 16.2.18
service definition view
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.3
service details view
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.1
Service Level Objectives
blackouts summary list, 16.1.5
configuring, 16.1.4
configuring blackouts, 16.1.5
creating, 16.1.4.1
creating blackouts, 16.1.5
defining parameters for, 16.1.4.2
deleting blackouts, 16.1.5
events viewer, 16.1.4.2.3
name, 16.3.3.1
setting on key metrics, 19.1.3.4
types of, 16.1.4.2.2
variables, 16.3.5
service mode
ADP topology, 15.2
service operations view
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.4
service parent details view
Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.2
service-oriented views, 15.1.2
services, 16.2.9
services node
applications, 16.2.12.1
setting
Service Level Objectives on key metrics, 19.1.3.4
SLOs on key metrics, 19.5
SLO dampening, A.2.8
SLOs
See Service Level Objectives
snapshot count
metric type, 16.1.18
SOA application
monitoring, 15.1.1
Solaris
installing ADP on, 10.3.2
starting ADP, 16.1.1
stateful
beans, 16.2.12.7
EJB cache, 16.2.12.7.1
EJB locking, 16.2.12.7.3
EJB transactions, 16.2.12.7.2
stateless
beans, 16.2.12.6
containers, 16.2.11.1.5
statistics
administrators, 10.2.3
steps in using ADP, 19
subscribers node, 16.2.11.4
sync dispatchers, 16.2.11.1.3
system level performance, 19.4.1

T

tab descriptions
Oracle WebLogic portal level, 16.2.1
WebSphere portal level, 16.2.2
tables
right-click operations, 16.1.9
target
performance characteristics, 19.1.2
task flows
ADF in Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.1
user-defined in Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.1.1
terminology, Preface
time frame
data displayed, 16.1.6
display interval, 16.1.7.1
specifying, 16.1.7.3
time-based
performance distribution, 17.2.3
performance trend, 17.2.5
topology
service mode, 15.2
Web Services Remote Portlet, 16.2.10.2
topology view, 16.1.16
Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.7
transactions
entity EJB, 16.2.11.1.6
stateful EJB, 16.2.12.7.2
tree summary
Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1
WebSphere portals, 16.2.2
trend
time-based performance, 17.2.5
types
dependency, 16.2.12.2, 16.2.12.2
metric, 16.1.18

U

UrlMap.properties file, A.3
user
interface in ADP, 15.2.4
user-defined task flows
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.1.1

V

view
architecture, 16.1.17
comparative, 16.1.10
delay analysis in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.1
delay analysis in processes, 16.2.6.1.1
events in processes, 16.2.6.1.2
functional of Application Schema model, 16.1.15
metadata in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.2
operation routing rules in Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.5
partner link bindings in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.5
partner link type role in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.4
partner links in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.3
saving as PDF, 16.1.11
service definition view in Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.3
service details in Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.1
service operations in Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.4
service parent details in Oracle ESB, 16.2.4.2
topology, 16.1.16
topology of Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.7
view modeled entities in Oracle BPEL processes, 16.2.3.6
viewers
pageflow for Oracle WebLogic portal, 16.2.1.3
views
zooming in and out, 16.1.13

W

Web 2.0 service
Oracle WebCenter, 16.2.5.1.2
Web applications, 16.2.12.5
Web Services, 16.2.7
WebLogic
administrator
contact for installation statistics, 10.2.3.2
clustering, 10.2.2.1
clusters, 10.2.2.1.1
deploying ADP agents on, 10.3.4.2
example of exported data, 18.3
installed as Windows Service, 10.4.5
key metrics, 19.5
node manager, 10.2.2.1.2
WebLogic Domain Refresh job, 2.4
WebSphere
administrator
contact for installation statistics, 10.2.3.3
deploying ADP agents on, 10.3.4.3
deploying ADP Java Agent for, 10.3.4.3.2
file transfer application, 10.3.4.3.2
libraries required, 10.3.4.3.1
portals, 16.2.2
post-deployment requirements, 10.4.1
resources, 16.2.14
secured connections, configuring for, 10.4.1.1
WebSphere 5.1
secure connectivity, 10.4.1.2
Windows
installing ADP on, 10.3.1
Windows Service
configuring ADP agent, 10.4.5
workshop projects, 16.2.12.4
WSRP producers, 16.2.10

Z

zooming in and out for views, 16.1.13