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JMS Server: Monitoring: Active Connections

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This page allows you to view active connections to this JMS server. A JMS connection represents an open communication channel between an application and the messaging system, and is used to create a session for producing and consuming messages.

To view session information for a specific JMS connection, in the Sessions Current Count column, select the hyperlinked number for the session that you want to monitor.


Name Description

Destroys server side context for the connection.

MBean Attribute:

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Name Description

The name of this configuration. WebLogic Server uses an MBean to implement and persist the configuration.

MBean Attribute:

Server Name

The alphanumeric name for this server instance.

MBean Attribute:

Changes take effect after you redeploy the module or restart the server.

Client ID

The client ID for this connection.

MBean Attribute:

Client ID Policy

The ClientIDPolicy on this connection or durable subscriber.

Values are:

  • weblogic.management.configuration.JMSConstants.CLIENT_ID_POLICY_RESTRICTED

    : Only one connection that uses this policy exists in a cluster at any given time for a particular ClientID.

  • weblogic.management.configuration.JMSConstants.CLIENT_ID_POLICY_UNRESTRICTED

    : Connections created using this policy can specify any ClientID, even when other restricted or unrestricted connections already use the same ClientID.

MBean Attribute:

Sessions Current Count

The current number of sessions for this connection.

MBean Attribute:

Sessions High Count

The peak number of sessions for this connection since the last reset.

MBean Attribute:

Sessions Total Count

The number of sessions on this connection since the last reset.

MBean Attribute:

Host Address

The host address of the client JVM as a string.

MBean Attribute:

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