This interface defines a diagnostic monitor, which is applied at the specified locations within the included classes in an instrumentation scope.
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In addition to accessing this MBean by invoking a factory method, you can also access this MBean from the following MBean attributes:
This section describes the following attributes:
The diagnostic actions attached to this monitor. Actions are
relevant only for delegating and custom monitors. Valid actions
Optional description of this monitor.
Specifies whether dye filtering is enabled for the diagnostic actions associated with this monitor.
The dye mask for all diagnostic actions associated with this monitor.
Specifies whether the monitor and its associated diagnostics actions are enabled.
Pattern expressions for classes that will be excluded for this instrumentation monitor. If specified, classes matching given patterns will not be instrumented with this monitor.
For more information, see:
Return the unique id of this bean instance.
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Pattern expressions for classes that are included for this instrumentation monitor. If specified, only included classes will be instrumented with this monitor. If not specified, all classes loaded within the application and which are not explicitly excluded are eligible for instrumentation with this monitor.
A pattern can end with an asterisk (
*), in which
case it will match with all classes whose fully qualified classname
starts with the prefix of the pattern. For example,
weblogic.rmi.* will match with all classes in
weblogic.rmi and its subpackages.
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Attached actions are applied at selected locations:
pointcuts. This is relevant only for custom monitors. (A location
where diagnostic code is added is called a diagnostic joinpoint. A
set of joinpoints, identified by an expression, is called a
Once a location type is set, it cannot be changed.
The name of the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) bean.
The pointcut expression for this monitor. (A location where diagnostic code is added is called a diagnostic joinpoint. A set of joinpoints, identified by an expression, is called a pointcut.)
Setting a pointcut expression is relevant only for custom monitors; for standard and delegating monitors, this definition is implicitly defined by WLDF.
Once a pointcut expression is set, it cannot be changed.
Properties for this monitor. Properties are name=value pairs,
one pair per line. For example,