Fusion Middleware Control Help for WebLogic Server

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EJB Component: Control

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Use this page to manually clear the caches and pools of idle beans.

Note: Suspending a message-driven bean on an individual member of a cluster suspends the message-driven bean on all members of the cluster.


Name Description

Instructs the cache to initialize itself all of its associated pools to their configured initial sizes.

MBean Attribute:

Suspend MDB

Suspends the specific type of MDB by calling stop on the JMS Connection.

MBean Attribute:

Resume MDB

Resumes the specific type of MDB by calling start on the JMS Connection.

MBean Attribute:

Activate Timers

Activate any temporarily disabled timers.

MBean Attribute:

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Name Description

The name of this entry.

EJB Name

The name of this EJB.

Application Name

The name of the application.

MBean Attribute:


The name of the server instance on which this EJB instance is deployed.


The name of the machine on which this EJB instance is deployed.

EJB Type

The type of EJB (stateful session, stateless session, singleton session, entity, message-driven).

Cached Current Count

Provides a count of the total number of beans from this EJB Home currently in the EJB cache.

MBean Attribute:

Pool Current Count

Provides the name for this EJB as defined in the javax.ejb.EJB annotation, or the ejb-name when * using the ejb-jar.xml deployment descriptor.

MBean Attribute:

Connection Status

Provides the connection status for the Message Driven Bean. ConnectionStatus can be Connected or Reconnecting.

MBean Attribute:

MDB Status

Provides the Message Driven Bean status. MDBStatus is used after the MDB is connected to the destination. MDBStatus can be Running or Suspended.

MBean Attribute:

Disabled Timer Count

Provides the current number of timers temporarily disabled for this EJB

MBean Attribute:

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