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A

accessing
ADP, 38.1.1
JVM Diagnostics pages, 21.3
acsera.properties file, A.2
active threads in JVM Diagnostics, 21.6.1
adding
domain certificate in Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.2
files to Support Workbench package, 2.4.2.7
JVM pool to group, 21.4.6
JVM to group, 21.5.12
more files to incident, 2.4.2.5
Oracle Traffic Director
target configurations, 6.3.2
targets, 6.5.1, 6.5.2
to Exalogic target, 6.2
ADF task flows, Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.1
administration servers
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
starting up while the domain is started, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
stopping while the domain is stopped, 2.5.1
ADP
accessing, 38.1.1
architecture, 37.2
frequently asked questions, 40
how to use, 39
Java agents, 37.2.1
node, 38.2.11
overview, 37.1
steps in using, 39
support matrix, B
user interface, 37.2.3
ADP Manager, 37.2.2
high availability, 37.2.2.1
agent
undeploying, 40.2
agent status
JVM Diagnostics, 22.8.3
Agent truststore
updating, 7, 7.1
aggregated count
metric type, 38.1.9
Aggregated Diagnostic Summary page, 2.4.2.2
aggregating
incoming metrics, A.2.5
performance data, A.2.4
alert notifications, 2.2.5
analyzing
heat snapshots, 21.5.8
JVM Diagnostics snapshot, 21.9.3
anti-pattern report in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.8.4
Application Dependency and Performance See ADP
Application Development Framework See ADF
Application Replay
analyzing replay results, 3.8.7
creating captures, 3.6
Importing Divergences, 3.9
introduction, 3
monitoring capture process, 3.7
OpenScript, 3.9
prerequisites, 3.4
replaying captures, 3.8
testing against real workloads, 3.2
troubleshooting, 3.10
Application Schema model
functional view, 38.1.8
Application Server
extensible monitoring, 2.2.8
managing configurations, 2.6.1
applications, 38.2.7
Web, 38.2.7.5
architecture, ADP, 37.2
average timing, metric type, 38.1.9

B

baseline performance, 39.1.3.1, 39.3
beans
entity, 38.2.7.8
message driven, 38.2.7.9
stateful, 38.2.7.7
stateless, 38.2.7.6
blackouts
configuring for Service Level Objectives, 38.3.3.4
creating blackouts before stopping targets, 2.5.1
creating for Service Level Objectives, 38.3.3.4
deleting Service Level Objectives, 38.3.3.4
ending blackouts after starting the targets, 2.5.1
monitoring, 2.2.7
Service Level Objectives summary list, 38.3.3.4
boot.properties file, 2.5.1
bottlenecks
identifying performance, 39.1.3.2, 39.4
removing performance, 39.1.3.3
BPEL Process Manager
configuring, 10.6
Discovery, 10.2, 10.3, 10.5
Software Library, 10.4
supported versions, 10.1
troubleshooting, 10.7
business application, 14.1
creating, 18.4
home page, 18.5
key components, 18.1.1
KPIs, 18.7
monitoring, 18.5
overview, 18
sample, 18.1.2
setting up, 14.3.5
SLA alerts, 18.7
target type, 18.1.1
business SLAs guidelines, 39.2
Business Transaction Management
accessing from Enterprise Manager console, 16.5
accessing from RUEI, 16.6
agent deployment, 14.3
alerts information, 18.9.3
analysis information, 18.9.2
compliance tab, 18.9.6
conditions, 16.2
data collection, 16.1
defining transactions, 16.2
ECID, use of, 14.2
features, 16.4
JVMD, accessing from, 16.6
launching from Enterprise Manager, 18.9
message logs, 18.9.5
messages and operations, 16.1
monitoring in Enterprise Manager, 18.8
monitoring transactions, 16.3
overview, 16
properties, 18.9.5, 18.9.10
registering with Enterprise Manager, 18.3
requirements for using in Enterprise Manager, 18.2.2
service level agreements, 16.2, 18.9.6
setting up, 14.3.4
SLA compliance, 18.9.6
summary information, 18.9.1
transaction graph, 16.2
transaction instance, viewing, 18.9.4
business transactions, 19.1

C

CA certificate, 7.1
importing, 7.1.1
cache
stateful EJB, 38.2.7.7.1
CAs (Certificate Authorities), 7
importing, 7
class histograms, viewing, 21.8
clusters, Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.2, 8.4
commands
emctl extended oms jvmd help, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd list, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd start, 21.12, 21.12, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd status, 21.12, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd stop, 21.12, 21.12
comparing
class histograms, 21.5.6.4
heat snapshots, 21.5.8.1.3
compliance management, 2.6.2
composite applications, 4
creating, 4.2
dashboard, 4.1
editing, 4.3
editing home page, 4.4
viewing, 4.5
conditions (BTM), 16.2
config directory, A.1.2
configuration
adding Oracle Traffic Director, 6.3.2
data life time, A.2.4
directories and files, A
managing, 2.6.1
multi-domain monitoring, A.2.2
Oracle Traffic Director, 6.3, 6.3.1
configuring
heap analysis hosts, 21.2.4
JVM, 21.5.10
JVM Diagnostics engine, 21.2.1
JVM pools, 21.2.2, 21.4.4
JVMs, 21.2.2
list of applications excluded from monitoring, A.2.6
list of applications to be monitored, A.2.6
Oracle Identity Management targets, 31
Oracle Traffic Director, 6.1, 6.3
SOA Suite, 12.5.2
CPU usage, Middleware targets, 2.2.1.1
create_jvm_diagnostic_db_user.sh script, 22.8.5
creating
blackouts, 2.2.7
composite applications, 4.2
Generic Service for Oracle Identity Management, 31.3.2
Identity and Access System target, 31.3.1
JVM Diagnostic snapshot, 21.9.1
metric charts, 32.3
Oracle GlassFish Server configuration comparison template, 8.6
Oracle Identity Management elements, 31.3
Service Dashboard report, 31.3.3
Service Level Objectives, 38.3.3.1
Service Level Objectives blackouts, 38.3.3.4
service request, 2.4.2.9
Support Workbench package, 2.4.2.6
Web Application targets for Oracle Identity Management, 31.3.2
cross tier
analysis in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.4.1
correlation in JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.4
functionality errors in JVM Diagnostics, 22.1
custom metrics, 38.2.10
monitoring environment, 38.1.7

D

darchive directory, erasing, 40.1
dashboards
health indicators, 38.1.3
data
performance graphs and data items, 38.1.6
data displayed
display interval, 38.1.5
time frame, 38.1.4
data items
performance data, 38.1.6
data life time configuration, A.2.4
databases
registering in JVM Diagnostics, 21.2.3
delay analysis, view in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.1
deleting
class histograms, 21.5.6.5
Oracle Traffic Director targets, 6.5.3, 6.5.4
dependency
node, 38.2.7.2
types, 38.2.7.2, 38.2.7.2
deploy directory, A.1.3
deploying JVM Diagnostics, 35.8
deployments nodes, 38.2.7.3
diagnosing
performance problems, 2.3
diagnostic snapshots
available tasks, 2.3.2
definition of, 2.3.2
usage of, 2.3.2
directory
config, A.1.2
configuration, A.1
deploy, A.1.3
structure, A.1.1
discovered, Oracle Traffic Director targets, 6.3.2.2
discovering
Oracle Access Manager Access Server, 31.1.3
Oracle Access Manager Identity Server, 31.1.4
Oracle Directory Server, 31.1.2
Oracle Essbase targets, 13.3
Oracle Identity Federation Server, 31.1.5
Oracle Identity Management suite, 31.1.6
Oracle Identity Management target prerequisites, 30.3
Oracle Identity Management targets, 30, 31
Oracle Identity Manager Server, 31.1.7
SOA Suite, 12.4, 12.5
display interval
context, 38.1.5.2
data displayed, 38.1.5
time frame, 38.1.5.1
do-it-yourself manual processes, avoiding, 37.1.3
domain
adding Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.2.1
Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.2
domain certificate
adding to Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.2
Domain Home page
Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.2

E

ECID
JVMD displays, use of, 17
request instance diagnostics, 17.2
tracking requests, 14.2
editing
composite application home page, 4.4
composite applications, 4.3
JVM pool thresholds, 21.4.4.1
EJB
entity cache, 38.2.7.8.2
entity locking, 38.2.7.8.4
entity transactions, 38.2.7.8.3
message driven activity, 38.2.7.9.1
message driven transactions, 38.2.7.9.2
services, 38.2.6.2
stateful cache, 38.2.7.7.1
stateful locking, 38.2.7.7.3
stateful transactions, 38.2.7.7.2
emctl commands
managing JVM Diagnostics engine, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd help command, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd list command, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd start command, 21.12, 21.12, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd status command, 21.12, 21.12
emctl extended oms jvmd stop command, 21.12, 21.12
Enterprise JavaBeans
See EJB
Enterprise Manager
agent deployment, 14.3
JVMD, accessing from console, 17.1
launching BTM from, 18.9
managing Middleware, 1.1
monitoring transactions in, 18.8
registering BTM with, 18.3
registering RUEI with, 18.3
services, 18.1.1
setting up, 14.3.1
systems, 18.1.1
targets, 18.1.1
entity
beans, 38.2.7.8
EJB cache, 38.2.7.8.2
EJB locking, 38.2.7.8.4
EJB transactions, 38.2.7.8.3
environments
service-oriented views, 37.1.2
erasing, darchive directory, 40.1
Error Hospital
customize report, 12.17.2
generate report, 12.17.1
errors
JVM Diagnostics
cross-tier functionality, 22.1
deployment execution, 22.3
engine deployment, 22.7
heap dump, 22.5
loadheap, 22.4
tracing, 22.2
UI, 22.6
Exalytics target, monitoring, 5
execution context, 14.2
execution context ID
See ECID
extensible monitoring, 2.2.8

F

features
Oracle Fusion Middleware Management, 1.2
firewall mitigation, A.2.7
frequently asked questions
ADP, 40
JVM Diagnostics, 22.8
functional view of Application Schema model, 38.1.8
Fusion Middleware
See also Oracle Fusion Middleware Components
Fusion Middleware plug-in, 13.2
Fusion Middlleware
managing using Fusion Middleware Control, 1.3

G

graphs, performance data in ADP, 38.1.6
guidelines, business SLAs, 39.2

H

health indicators
dashboard, 38.1.3
heap analysis hosts
configuring, 21.2.4
heap snapshots
in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.8
taking, 21.5.7
viewing, 21.8
heap usage by objects
viewing, 21.5.8.2
heat map
Middleware targets, 2.2.1.1
high availability
ADP Manager, 37.2.2.1
histograms, in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.6
historical diagnostics using JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.7
HTTP services, 38.2.6.1

I

IBM WebSphere Application Server, 34
managing, 34.1
supported versions, 34.2
IBM WebSphere Application Server cells, 34, 34.1
administering, 34.7.2
monitoring, 34.7.1
viewing members, 34.7.3
IBM WebSphere Application Server clusters, 34
administering, 34.6.2
monitoring, 34.6.1
viewing, 34.6.3
viewing metrics, 34.6.4
IBM WebSphere Application Servers
administering, 34.5.2
discovering, 34.4
prerequisites, 34.3
monitoring, 34.5.1
monitoring applications, 34.5.4
monitoring performance, 34.5.3
troubleshooting
discovery, 34.8.1
monitoring, 34.8.2
viewing metrics, 34.5.7
viewing the top EJBs, 34.5.5
viewing the top servlets and JSPs, 34.5.6
IBM WebSphere MQ, 33, 33.1
discovery prerequisites
local agent, 33.3.1
remote agent, 33.3.2
monitoring, 33.4
prerequisites, 33.2
queue manager cluster discovery, 33.3.3
standalone queue manager discovery, 33.3.4
understanding discovery, 33.3
Identity and Access System target
creating, 31.3.1
improving performance, 39.1.3
installing
JVM Diagnostics, 21.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager
in Oracle Identity Management, 30.2
instance
of Oracle Traffic Director, 6.4
interval context
display interval, 38.1.5.2

J

Java agents, in ADP, 37.2.1
Java EE, 35
Java EE application responsiveness, monitoring, 2.2.3
Java Keystore, 7
Java Platform, Enterprise Edition, 35
Java Virtual Machine Diagnostics
See JVM Diagnostics
Java Virtual Machines See JVMs
JBoss Application Server, 35
administering, 35.6.2
analyzing problems, 35.6.7
discovering, 35.4
JMX-based monitoring, 35.5
managing, 35.1, 35.1
monitoring, 35.6.1
applications, 35.6.3
performance, 35.6.4
Servlets and JSPs, 35.6.5
prerequisites for discovery, 35.3
supported versions, 35.2
troubleshooting, 35.9
viewing metrics, 35.6.6
JBoss Partitions, 35
administering, 35.7.2
discovering, 35.4
managing, 35.1
monitoring, 35.7.1
prerequisites for discovery, 35.3
refreshing, 35.7.3
supported versions, 35.2
viewing members, 35.7.4
JDBCs services, 38.2.6.3
JFR snapshots, managing, 21.5.9
JKS (Java Keystore), 7
Job System, monitoring, 2.8
JRockit Flight Recorder See JFR
JSF pages, Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.2
JVM Diagnostics
accessing, 17.1
accessing pages, 21.3
agent deployment, 14.3
class histograms, 21.5.6
engine, 21.12
features
cross tier correlation, 20.1.4
in-depth visibility, 20.1.2
JVM pooling, 20.1.6
low overhead, 20.1.1
memory leak detection, 20.1.5
new features, 20.2
real-time and historical diagnostics, 20.1.7
real-time transaction tracing, 20.1.3
supported platforms and JVMs, 20.3
user roles, 20.4
heap object information
heap objects, 21.5.8.1.2
heap snapshots, 21.5.8
comparing, 21.5.8.1.3
heap usage by roots, 21.5.8.1
top 40 objects, 21.5.8.1.1
installing, 21.1
live thread analysis, 17.1
location of logs, 22.8.1
managing JVM pools, 21.2
JVM Pool Home page, 21.4.1
live thread analysis, 21.4.3
performance diagnostics, 21.4.2
managing JVMs
offline diagnostics, 21.9.1
Oracle Real Application Cluster drill-down, 21.5.4.2
overview, 17, 20.1
request instance diagnostics, 17.2
sample analyzer, 17.1
setting up, 14.3.2, 21.2
Snapshots page, 21.9.2
thread snapshots
analyzing trace diagnostic images, 21.7
Thread Stat transition chart, 17.1
threshold violations, 21.10
view, initial, 17.1
JVM Diagnostics troubleshooting
agent status, 22.8.3
cross tier functionality errors, 22.1
customizing provisioning agent deployment, 22.8.8
deployment script execution errors, 22.3
engine deployment errors, 22.7
engine status, 22.8.2
frequently asked questions, 22.8
heap dump errors, 22.5
loadheap errors, 22.4
log manager level, 22.8.9
monitoring status, 22.8.4
optimization levels, 22.8.7
repository space requirements, 22.8.10
running create_jvm_diagnostic_db_user.sh script, 22.8.5
trace errors, 22.2
Try Changing Threads parameter, 22.8.6
user interface errors, 22.6
JVM pools, 20.1.6
adding to group, 21.4.6
configuring, 21.2.2, 21.4.4
managing, 21.4
removing, 21.4.5
thresholds, editing, 21.4.4.1
JVMs
configuring, 21.2.2, 21.5.10
managers, viewing registered, 21.2.5
managing, 21.5
JVM Home page, 21.5.1
live heap analysis, 21.5.5
live time thread analysis, 21.5.4
offline diagnostics, 21.9, 21.9.3
performance diagnostics, 21.5.2
performance summary, 21.5.3
monitoring standalone JVM, 21.1.1
performance metrics, collecting, 7.3
removing, 21.5.11

K

key components, 18.1.1
key performance indicators See KPIs
keytool utility
changing passwords, 7.2
KPIs
calculation range, 18.6.1.1
monitoring, 18.7
overview, 18.5
RUEI, 15.2.5

L

lifecycle management
managing configurations, 2.6.1
monitoring, 2.6
live thread analysis, 22.1
cross tier, 22.1
locking, stateful EJB, 38.2.7.7.3
log files management
acsera.properties file, A.2.1
log pages, accessing, 32.1
logs
searching, 2.3.3
viewing, 32.2
low overhead in JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.1

M

managed servers
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
managing
blackouts, 2.2.7
configurations, 2.6.1
JFR snapshots, 21.5.9
JVM pools, 21.4
JVMs, 21.5
thread snapshots, 21.6
mapping
SLAs to SLOs, 39.1.1, 39.2
maximum response time measurement
metric type, 38.1.9
memory leak detection using JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.5
memory leak report, 21.5.8.3
message driven
beans, 38.2.7.9
EJB activity, 38.2.7.9.1
EJB transactions, 38.2.7.9.2
metadata view
Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.2
methodology, ADP, 39
metric charts, creating, 32.3
metric thresholds, 2.2.5
metrics
aggregating incoming, A.2.5
custom, 38.2.10
customizing for monitoring, 38.1.7
setting Service Level Objectives on, 39.1.3.4
setting SLOs on, 39.5
types, 38.1.9
viewing, 32.2
WebLogic, 39.5
Middleware Diagnostics Advisor, 23.2
diagnosing performance issues, 23.2, 23.9
enabling, 23.6
functions, 23.3
limiting scope of, 23.4
overview, 23
prerequisites, 23.5
purging data, 23.7
troubleshooting issues, 23.10
Middleware management, 1, 2
using Enterprise Manager, 1.1
Middleware targets
administering, 2.5
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
heat map, 2.2.1.1
monitoring, 2.2
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
searching, 2.2.1.2
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
status and CPU usage, 2.2.1.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
minimum response time measurement
metric type, 38.1.9
modeled entities view
Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.6
monitoring
administer Middleware targets, 2.5
configuring custom metrics, 38.1.7
Exalytics target, 5
extensible, Application Server, 2.2.8
Job System, 2.8
lifecycle management, 2.6
compliance management, 2.6.2
managing configurations, 2.6.1
patch management, 2.6.3
provisioning, 2.6.4
managing service levels, 2.7
Middleware targets, 2.1, 2.2
multi-domain configuration, A.2.2
non-Oracle Middleware components, 2.1.3
ODI agents, 36.2.2
ODI repositories, 36.2.3
Oracle Application Server components, 2.1.2
Oracle Identity Management components, 29.3
out-of-box monitoring
blackouts, 2.2.7
extending, 2.2.8
historical performance, 2.2.4
metric thresholds, 2.2.5
monitoring templates, 2.2.6
out-of-box metrics, 2.2.3
performance problems, 2.3
diagnostics snapshots, 2.3.2
Home page, 2.3.1
Routing Topology Viewer, 2.9
standalone JVM, 21.1.1
status in JVM Diagnostics, 22.8.4
Support Workbench, 2.4
monitoring Oracle Essbase targets, 13.4

N

named credentials
Support Workbench, 2.4.1.2
new features
Exalytics, 5
Oracle Coherence, 24.2
SOA Suite, 12.1
nodes
ADP, 38.2.11
dependencies, 38.2.7.2
deployments, 38.2.7.3
hierarchy in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.8
services, 38.2.7.1

O

ODI (Oracle Data Integrator), 36
See also Oracle Data Integrator
operation routing rules view
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.5
Oracle Access Manager
installing, 30.3
Oracle Application Server
components, 2.1.2
Web Cache, 2.2.3
Oracle BPEL Processes, 38.2.4
Oracle Business Analytics, 13
Oracle Business Intelligence, 2.1.1, 13
Oracle Business Intelligence Instance, 13.1.1
component failovers, 13.5.2.1
dashboard reports, 13.4.2.1
discovering, 13.3
monitoring, 13.4
monitoring credentials, 13.5.2.2
scheduler reports, 13.4.2.2
Oracle Business Intelligence Instance components, 13.1.1
BI Cluster Controller, 13.1.1
BI Java Host, 13.1.1
BI Presentation Server, 13.1.1
BI Scheduler, 13.1.1
BI Server, 13.1.1
Oracle Business Intelligence targets, 13.4
alerts, 13.4.1.8
availability, 13.4.1.2
blackouts, 13.5.1.3
compliance, 13.4.1.13
configuration, 13.4.1.11
health, 13.4.1.7
incidents, 13.4.1.9
job activity, 13.4.1.12
logs, 13.4.1.10
metrics, 13.4.1.4
monitoring configuration, 13.5.1.4
performance, 13.4.1.3
resource usage, 13.4.1.3
Oracle Coherence, 2.1.1, 24.1
administration
cache data management, 26.3, 26.5
change cache configuration, 26.1.2, 26.3
change node configuration, 26.1.1
change service configuration, 26.1.3, 26.4
cluster administration, 26.1
node administration, 26.2
setup log alerts, 26.2
best practices
monitoring templates, 27.2.1
cluster management
start new nodes, 25.2.1.1
stop nodes, 25.2.1.1
Coherence Cluster, 24.1
Coherence*Web, 24.1
discover cluster, 24.4
enable management pack, 24.5
JVM Diagnostics integration, 28
access JVM Diagnostics, 28.3.1, 28.3.2, 28.3.3
configure coherence node, 28.2
manage mis-configured nodes, 24.4.2
monitor
application home page, 25.2.4
applications page, 25.3.4
cache data management, 25.2.3.2
cache home page, 25.2.3
caches page, 25.3.2
cluster home page, 25.2.1
cluster management, 25.2.1.1
connection manager home page, 25.2.6
connection manager performance page, 25.4.3
high availability status, 25.2.1, 25.2.5, 25.3.3
near cache, 25.2.3.1
node home page, 25.2.2
nodes page, 25.3.1
performance summary page, 25.4.1
proxies page, 25.3.5
reset statistics, 25.3.1
service home page, 25.2.5
services page, 25.3.3
start node, 25.3.1
stop nodes, 25.3.1
navigation tree, 25.1.1
new features, 24.2
personalization, 25.1.2
Refresh Cluster, 24.4.1
standalone cluster, 24.3.1
JMX management node, 24.3.1
management node sample start script, 24.3.1.1.4
sample start script (other nodes), 24.3.1.2.2
start JMX management node, 24.3.1.1
troubleshooting
collecting metric data, 27.1
dynamic client nodes, 27.1
target proliferation of nodes, 27.1
WebLogic-Coherence 12.1.2 cluster, 24.3.2
configure managed servers, 24.3.2.2
configure management node, 24.3.2.1
custom MBean configuration, 24.3.2.1.3
Oracle Data Integrator
administering, 36.3
configuring console, 36.6
configuring domain, 36.7
load plan executions, 36.3.3
managing agent activities, 36.3.2
managing agent status, 36.3.2
monitoring, 36.2.1
load plan executions and sessions, 36.2.4
monitoring agents, 36.2.2
monitoring prerequisites, 36.1
monitoring repositories, 36.2.3
monitoring run-time agents, 36.5
restarting, 36.3.1
searching sessions, 36.3.3
shutting down, 36.3.1
viewing log messages, 36.3.4
Oracle Data Integrator Agents
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1, 36.3.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5
Oracle Essbase, 13.1.2
applications, 13.4.2.4
discovering, 13.3
monitoring, 13.4
Oracle Forms Services, 2.1.1
Oracle Fusion Middleware Components, 2.1.1
Oracle Business Intelligence, 2.1.1, 13, 13.2
Oracle Coherence, 2.1.1
Oracle Forms Services, 2.1.1
Oracle Identity Management, 2.1.1
Oracle Portal, 2.1.1
Oracle SOA Suite, 2.1.1
Oracle Universal Content Management System, 2.1.1
Oracle Web Tier, 2.1.1
Oracle WebCenter, 2.1.1
Oracle WebLogic Server Domains, Clusters, and Managed Servers, 2.1.1
See also Middleware targets, 2.1.1
Oracle Fusion Middleware Management
features, 1.2
Oracle GlassFish Server
before getting started, 8.1
cluster home page, 8.4
creating configuration comparison template, 8.6
domain, 8.2
adding, 8.2.1
displaying results, 8.2.3
finding and assigning targets, 8.2.2
Domain Home page, 8.2
home page, 8.3
how to access, 8.3.1
how to access cluster, 8.4.1
how to access domain, 8.2.4
overview, 8
refreshing domain, 8.2.5
roles and privileges, 8.1.1
start and stop procedures, 8.1.2
viewing configuration data, 8.5
Oracle HTTP Server, 2.1.1
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
Oracle HTTP Server session volumes, 2.2.3
Oracle Identity Federation
in Oracle Identity Management, 30.3
Oracle Identity Management
creating elements, 31.3
discovering and configuring targets, 31
discovering targets, 30
features, 29.2
getting started with, 29
installing Oracle Access Manager, 30.3
installing Oracle Enterprise Manager, 30.2
licensed targets, 29.3, 29.3, 29.3
monitoring components, 29.3
Oracle Identity Federation in, 30.3
system requirements, 30.1
Oracle Internet Directory
collecting statistics, 31.2
Oracle Portal, 2.1.1
Oracle Real Application Cluster
JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.4.2
Oracle resources, 38.2.9
Oracle Service Bus
discovery, 11.2, 11.3, 11.5
enabling Management Packs, 11.6
supported versions, 11.1
troubleshooting, 11.9
Oracle Traffic Director
adding Exalogic target, 6.2
configuration, 6.3, 6.3, 6.3.1
configuring for SNMP monitoring, 6.1
discovered targets, 6.3.2.2
instance, 6.4, 6.4
overview, 6
refresh flow, 6.5
Oracle Universal Content Management System, 2.1.1
Oracle Web Cache, 2.1.1
Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3
Oracle WebLogic Server Domain
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
Oracle WebLogic Servers, 23.1
creating blackouts before shutting down, 2.5.1
ending blackouts after starting up, 2.5.1
restart method, 2.5.1
restart time limit, 2.5.1
restarting, 2.5.1
shutdown errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
shutdown method, 2.5.1
shutdown time limit, 2.5.1
shutting down, 2.5.1
starting up, 2.5.1
startup errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
startup method, 2.5.1
startup time limit, 2.5.1
stopping errors, 2.5.1, 2.5.1
Oracle WebLogic, resources, 38.2.8

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package
creating in Support Workbench, 2.4.2.6
uploading to Oracle support, 2.4.2.7, 2.4.2.8
pages
JSF in Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.2
parameters
defining Service Level Objectives, 38.3.3.2
partner link
bindings view in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.5
type role view in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.4
view in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.3
patch management, 2.6.3
performance
baseline, 39.1.3.1, 39.3
characteristics of target, 39.1.2
diagnostics
in JVM pools, 21.4.2
JVM Diagnostics, 22.1
graphs and data items, 38.1.6
identifying bottlenecks, 39.1.3.2, 39.4
improvement process, 39.1.3
problems, diagnosing, 2.3
removing bottlenecks, 39.1.3.3
system level, 39.4.1
performance monitoring
BTM, RUEI, and JVMD, 14.1
data collection, 14.3
dimensions of, 14.1
end-to-end, 14.1
example of end-to-end, 19
overview, 14
processing engines, 14.3
setting up, 14.3
troubleshooting, 19.2
user roles, 14.4
views and dimensions, 14.1
platform MBeans
activating, 7.3.2
PlatformMBeanServerUsed
setting attribute, 7.3.1
platforms supported in JVM Diagnostics, 20.3
port assignment
RMI, A.2.3
preferred credentials
Support Workbench, 2.4.1.2
prerequisites
discovering Oracle Identity Management targets, 30.3
privileges and roles
Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.1
problem analysis, accessing, 32.1
problems
annotating, 2.4.2.4
closing in Support Workbench, 2.4.2.10
searching for, 2.4.2.3
promoting
JVM Diagnostics events, 21.4.1.1
properties file
acsera.properties, A.2
UrlMap.properties, A.3
provisioning
lifecycle management, 2.6.4

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Real User Experience Insight
accessing BTM from, 15.5
accessing from Enterprise Manager console, 15.4
accessing JVMD from, 15.5
application, 15.1
collector, 14.3
dashboards, 15.2.1
data analysis, 15.2
data collection, 15.1
ECID, use of, 14.2
exporting sessions, 18.6.2.3
features, 15.3
KPI target types, 18.6.1.1
KPIs, 15.2.5
metric values, 18.6.1.1
monitoring data, 18.6.1
monitoring metrics, 18.6.3
overview, 15
registering with Enterprise Manager, 18.3
reports, 15.2.2
requirements for using in Enterprise Manager, 18.2.1
service level agreements, 15.2, 15.2.5
session diagnostics, 15.2.3, 18.6.2
session replay, 18.6.2.1
setting up, 14.3.3
top users, 18.6.1.2
troubleshooting, 19.1
user flows, 15.2, 15.2.4, 18.6.1.4
violations, 18.6.1.3
real-time diagnostics using JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.7
refresh flow
Oracle Traffic Director, 6.5
registering
databases in JVM Diagnostics, 21.2.3
removing
JVM pools, 21.4.5
JVMs, 21.5.11
reports
anti-pattern in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.8.4
memory leak in JVM Diagnostics, 21.5.8.3
SOA Suite, 12.11
reports (RUEI), 15.2.2
repository
space requirements in JVM Diagnostics, 22.8.10
Request Instance Diagnostics, 14.1
in JVM Diagnostics, 21.11
resources
Oracle, 38.2.9
Oracle WebLogic, 38.2.8
RMI port assignment, A.2.3
RMI ports
firewall mitigation, A.2.7
roles and privileges
Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.1
Routing Topology Viewer, 2.9

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saving
JVM Diagnostics class histogram, 21.5.6.1
scheduling
JVM Diagnostics histogram job, 21.5.6.3
scripts
create_jvm_diagnostic_db_user.sh, 22.8.5
startManagedWeblogic, 2.5.1
stopManagedWeblogic, 2.5.1
searching
logs, 2.3.3
Middleware targets, 2.2.1.2
Secure Socket Layer, 7
Service Component Architecture (SCA), 38.2.12
service definition view
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.3
service details view
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.1
service level agreements
BTM, 16.2
RUEI, 15.2.5
Service Level Objectives
blackouts summary list, 38.3.3.4
configuring blackouts, 38.3.3.4
creating, 38.3.3.1
creating blackouts, 38.3.3.4
defining parameters for, 38.3.3.2
deleting blackouts, 38.3.3.4
setting on key metrics, 39.1.3.4
service levels
managing, 2.7
service mode
ADP topology, 37.2
service operations view
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.4
service parent details view
Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.2
service request, creating, 2.4.2.9
service-oriented views, 37.1.2
services, 38.2.6
services node
applications, 38.2.7.1
session diagnostics, 19.1
session diagnostics (RUEI), 15.2.3, 18.6.2
setting
Service Level Objectives on key metrics, 39.1.3.4
SLOs on key metrics, 39.5
setting up
JVM Diagnostics, 21.2
SLO dampening, A.2.8
snapshot count
metric type, 38.1.9
SNMP monitoring
Oracle Traffic Director, 6.1
SOA application
monitoring, 37.1.1
SOA faults
bulk recovery, 12.16
bulk recovery from Error Hospital, 12.16.3
bulk recovery from Faults and Rejected Messages, 12.16.2
bulk recovery from Jobs page, 12.16.1
bulk recovery workflow, 12.16.5
overview, 12.15.1
recovery, 12.15.2
search and view, 12.15.4
simple recovery, 12.15.5
total faults, 12.15.4.2
SOA instance tracing
across SOA infrastructures, 12.7.4
within SOA infrastructure, 12.7.3
SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition, 9
BPEL Process Manager, 9
Central Management Console, 9
Error Hospital, 9
Service Bus, 9
SOA Composite, 9
SOA Infrastructure, 9
SOA reports
SOA diagnostic reports, 12.11.3
using BI Publisher, 12.11.1
using IP, 12.11.2
SOA Suite
ADP metrics, 12.6.1
bulk recovery, 12.16
configuring, 12.5.2
Dehydration Store, 12.8
discovering, 12.4, 12.5
Error Hospital, 12.17
faults and recovery, 12.15
Instance Tracing 11g, 12.7.2
Instance Tracing 12c targets, 12.7.2
metrics and collection, 12.6
new features, 12.1
Service Topology, 12.9
simple recovery, 12.15.5
SOA artifacts and composites, 12.12
SOA Instance Tracing, 12.7
SOA reports, 12.11
supported versions, 12.2
tracking bulk recovery, 12.16.4
troubleshooting, 12.19
UDDI publishing, 12.10
SOA Suite and ADF applications
managing, 37.1.1
starting, Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.2
startManagedWeblogic script, 2.5.1
stateful
beans, 38.2.7.7
EJB cache, 38.2.7.7.1
EJB locking, 38.2.7.7.3
EJB transactions, 38.2.7.7.2
stateless, beans, 38.2.7.6
status
Middleware targets, 2.2.1.1
viewing information, 32.2
stopManagedWeblogic script, 2.5.1
stopping
Oracle GlassFish Server, 8.1.2
support matrix for ADP, B
Support Workbench
accessing and logging into, 2.4.1
adding files to package, 2.4.2.7
adding more diagnosability information, 2.4.2.5
Aggregated Diagnostic Summary page, 2.4.2.2
aggregated diagnostics, viewing, 2.4.2.2
annotating problems, 2.4.2.4
closing problems, 2.4.2.10
compatibility with Oracle Fusion Middleware components, 2.4
diagnostics, viewing, 2.4.2.1
named credentials, 2.4.1.2
new credentials, 2.4.1.2
overview and purpose of, 2.4
preferred credentials, 2.4.1.2
searching for problems, 2.4.2.3
uploading package to Oracle support, 2.4.2.7, 2.4.2.8
work flows, 2.4
system level performance, 39.4.1
system requirements
Oracle Identify Management, 30.1

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target
performance characteristics, 39.1.2
task flows
ADF in Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.1
user-defined in Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.1.1
thread snapshots
analyzing trace diagnostic images, 21.7
managing, 21.6
threshold violations
in JVM Diagnostics, 21.10
time frame
data displayed, 38.1.4
display interval, 38.1.5.1
specifying, 38.1.5.3
topology
service mode, 37.2
view of Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.7
trace errors
JVM Diagnostics, 22.2
tracing
active threads in JVM Diagnostics, 21.6.1
transactions
conditions, 18.9.9
defining, 16.2
graph of, 16.2
instance inspector, 18.9.4
instance, assembling, 18.9.4
instance, viewing, 18.9.4
logged messages, viewing, 18.9.5
monitoring, 16.3
monitoring in Enterprise Manager, 18.8
policies applied to, 18.9.7
profile of, 18.9.8
properties, 18.9.10
stateful EJB, 38.2.7.7.2
tracing in real time using JVM Diagnostics, 20.1.3
troubleshooting
BPEL Process Manager, 10.7
JVM Diagnostics, 22.8
Oracle Service Bus, 11.9
SOA Suite, 12.19
types
dependency, 38.2.7.2, 38.2.7.2
metric, 38.1.9

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undeploying an agent, 40.2
UrlMap.properties file, A.3
user
experience, 15
flows, 15.2.4, 18.6.1.4
interface in ADP, 37.2.3
privileges, 14.4
roles, required to use JVM Diagnostics, 20.4
user roles, 14.4
user-defined task flows
Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.1.1

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viewing
class histograms, 21.8
composite applications, 4.5
composite applications dashboard, 4.1
heap snapshots, 21.8
heap usage by objects, 21.5.8.2
heap usage by roots, 21.5.8.1
JVM Diagnostics class histogram, 21.5.6.2
JVM Diagnostics Heap Analysis page, 21.5.5
JVM Diagnostics Performance Summary page, 21.5.3
JVM Diagnostics snapshot, 21.9.4
JVM Diagnostics threshold violations, 21.10
JVM Home page, 21.5.1
JVM Live Thread Analysis page, 21.5.4
JVM Performance Diagnostics page, 21.5.2
JVM pool live thread analysis, 21.4.3
modeled entities in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.6
registered JVM managers, 21.2.5
registered JVMs, 21.2.5
request instance diagnostics in JVM Diagnostics, 21.11
views
delay analysis in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.1
functional of Application Schema model, 38.1.8
metadata in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.2
operation routing rules in Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.5
partner link bindings in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.5
partner link type role in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.4
partner links in Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.3
service definition view in Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.3
service details in Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.1
service operations in Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.4
service parent details in Oracle ESB, 38.2.5.2
topology of Oracle BPEL processes, 38.2.4.7

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Web 2.0 service
Oracle WebCenter, 38.2.3.1.2
Web applications, 38.2.7.5
WebLogic
key metrics, 39.5
WebLogic domains, 13.1.1
monitoring, 7
Oracle Business Intelligence Instance, 13.1.1
Oracle Essbase, 13.1.2
WebLogic Servers
collecting metrics, 7.3
workshop projects, 38.2.7.4