Deployments: Web Applications: Monitor: Web Application
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Use this page to monitor the current Web application. It includes information about the application such as the machine and server on which the Web application is deployed, and statistics about the number of servlets and sessions associated with this Web application.
Name Description Refresh icon
Causes the Administration Console to periodically poll the resource monitored by this page and refresh the display.
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 Server
The name of the Server that this Web Application is running on.
The name of the Machine that this Web Application is running on.
The name of the application.
Returns the context root (context path) for the web application.
The name of the partition where this application is deployed, if any.
Provides the name of this component.
Provides an informative string about the module's source.
Returns an informative string about the component's source.
Provides an array of ServletRuntimeMBeans associated with this module.
Returns an array of ServletRuntimeMBeans associated with this component.
Provides a count of the current total number of open sessions in this module.
Returns the current total number of open sessions in this component.
Provides the high water mark of the total number of open sessions in this server. The count starts at zero each time the server is activated. Note that this is an optimization method for a highly useful statistic that could be implemented less efficiently using change notification.
Provides a count of the total number of sessions opened.
- Deploy Web applications
- Test the deployment
- Stop deployed Web applications
- Delete Web applications
- Update runtime descriptors
- Configure the monitoring refresh rate