Store-and-Forward Agents: Monitoring: Remote Endpoints
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Use this page to monitor remote endpoints.
Name Description Name
The name of this configuration. WebLogic Server uses an MBean to implement and persist the configuration.
The URL of the remote endpoint.
Specifies if the remote endpoint is a JMS or Web Services (WSRM) destination. The possible values are: weblogic.management.runtime.SAFConstants.JMS_ENDPOINT or weblogic.management.runtime.SAFConstants.WS_ENDPOINT.
Paused for Incoming
Indicates if a remote endpoint is currently not accepting new messages.
Paused For Forwarding
Indicates if the remote endpoint is currently not forwarding messages.
Specifies the longest time, in seconds, that the remote endpoint has not been available since the last reset.
Specifies the total time, in seconds, that the remote endpoint has not been available since the last reset.
Specifies the longest time, in seconds, that the remote endpoint has been available since the last reset.
Specifies the total time, in seconds, that the remote endpoint has been available since the last reset.
Last Time Connected
Specifies the last time that the remote endpoint was connected.
Last Time Failed Connect
Specifies the last time that the remote endpoint failed to be connected.
Specifies the exception thrown when message forwarding failed.
Specifies the state of the most recent
Name Description Paused for Incoming
Pauses a remote endpoint so that new messages are not accepted.
Resumes a remote endpoint so that new messages are accepted.
Paused for Forwarding
Pauses the forwarding of messages for a remote endpoint. The agent accepts new messages but does not forward them.
Resumes the forwarding of messages for the remote endpoint.
All pending messages for a remote destination are processed according to the policy specified by the associated Error Handling configuration and then removed.
expireAllis performed asynchronously by the server.
Oracle recommends that the remote endpoint is paused for incoming messages prior to expiring messages. When all pending messages are processed and removed, the remote endpoint can be set to resume and accept new messages.
The state of the
expireAlloperation can be determined by the
Destroys all conversations and purges all the pending messages for a remote destination.