Servers: Monitoring: JMS
Column Display Related Tasks Related Topics
This page allows you to monitor statistics on all the active JMS connections on your server. A JMS connection is an open communication channel to the messaging system.
If a file store is disconnected and re-connected again, its host server instance must be rebooted to successfully continue sending/receiving persistent JMS messages. For example, if for some reason the file system containing a file store is unmounted and then remounted, attempts to send persistent JMS messages will generate JMS exceptions until the host server is rebooted.
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 Connections Current Count
The current number of connections to WebLogic Server server.
Connections High Count
The highest number of connections to this WebLogic Server since the last reset.
Connections Total Count
The total number of connections made to this WebLogic Server since the last reset.
JMSServers Current Count
The current number of JMS servers that are deployed on this WebLogic Server instance.
JMSServers High Count
The highest number of JMS servers that were deployed on this WebLogic Server instance since this server was started.
JMSServers Total Count
The total number of JMS servers that were deployed on this WebLogic Server instance since this server was started.