Deployments: Web Applications: Monitor: Servlets
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Use this page to monitor the servlets associated with this Web Application along with the following information about each servlet:
- The WebLogic Server instance with which it is associated.
- The total number of times the servlet has been invoked since WebLogic Server started.
- The average time it took to execute the servlet.
Name Description Refresh icon
Causes the Administration Console to periodically poll the resource monitored by this page and refresh the display.
You can show fewer or additional data points on this page by expanding Customize this table and modifying the Column Display list. Each data point displays in its own table column.
The following table lists all of the data points that you can display in columns on this page.
Name Description Server
The name of the Server that this Web Application is running on.
The name of the Machine that this Web Application is running on.
The name of the Enterprise application.
Returns the context root (context path) for the webapp
The name of the servlet.
Provides the name of this instance of a servlet.
Reload Total Count
Provides a total count of the number of times this servlet has been reloaded.
Invocation Total Count
Provides a total count of the times this servlet has been invoked.
Pool Max Capacity
Provides the maximum capacity of this servlet for single thread model servlets.
Execution Time Total
Provides the total amount of time all invocations of the servlet have executed since created.
Execution Time High
Provides the amount of time the single longest invocation of the servlet has executed since created.
Execution Time Low
Provides the amount of time the single shortest invocation of the servlet has executed since created. Note that for the CounterMonitor, the difference option must be used.
Execution Time Average
Provides the average amount of time all invocations of the servlet have executed since created.
Provides the servlet path.
- Deploy Web applications
- Test the deployment
- Stop deployed Web applications
- Delete Web applications
- Update run-time descriptors
- Configure the monitoring refresh rate