Using the Manage Agent Sessions page in Presentation Services Administration, you monitor currently active agent sessions that are triggered by Oracle BI Scheduler. For example, you can see a list of active agents per session.
When one or more agent sessions are active, information about each agent session is displayed, such as the job identifier and the instance identifier that are assigned to the agent session by the Oracle BI Scheduler. Expanding the agent session shows the individual agents (one agent, or multiple agents if they are chained). The state of the agent is either Created, Populated, or Conditional Request Resolved.
Expanding a specific agent in a particular session shows the recipients for the agent and their type, such as the Engineering recipients defined in a group, or individual users. When the recipient is a group, the individual members of the group are not listed.
When agents are chained, the recipient list is depends on the parent agent. The recipients are shown for the parent agent definition only, and not for the actual execution of chained agents.
- In the global header, click Administration.
- Click the Manage Agent Sessions link to display the Manage Agent Sessions page.
- The Agent Sessions section displays a table with information about each agent session. You can see details such as the job identifier, the instance identifier, the primary agent, and the day and time at which the agent session was last accessed. Do one of the following:
To sort agent sessions by their values in a particular column, click the Sort button for that column.
Re-sorting the list causes the page to refresh so the number of active agent sessions might increase or decrease as a result.
Click the link in the Primary Agent column to display the agent in the Agent editor.
To view more information about an agent session or about agents within a particular session, click the Expand button.
- The Agents section displays a table with information about each agent. You can see details such as the path for the agent and its state. The state can be either Created, Populated, or Conditional Request Resolved.Do one of the following:
Click the link in the Path column to display the agent in the Agent editor.
Click the Expand button to see the list of recipients for that agent.
To view the definition of an individual agent, click its link.