This guide introduces you to managing Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g with Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11g Release 1.
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This document is intended for users who want to discover and monitor Oracle Fusion Middleware products such as Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle SOA components, as well as deployed Java EE applications. It is also intended for users of JVM Diagnostics and Application Dependency and Performance.
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|ASM||Application Service Management|
|APM||Application Performance Management|
|ISV||Independent Software Vendor|
|Request Trace||A single thread executing a request. Shows as a bar in the hierarchy view (Application Dependency and Performance).|
|Request Trace Events||The nodes in the left pane (Application Dependency and Performance)|
|Request Trace Event View||Transaction event view (Application Dependency and Performance)|
|SLA||Service Level Agreement|
|SLO||Service Level Objective|
|Transaction Analysis||Transaction tracing (Application Dependency and Performance)|
|Transaction Hierarchy View||The Transaction Hierarchy View displays a complete transaction hierarchy in a Gantt chart representation showing the execution of each transaction on an absolute timeline.|
|WSRP||Web Services Remote Portlets|
|WSDL||Web Services Description Language|
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