Monitoring the WebSphere J2C adapter polling thread in a WebSphere Process Server environment

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Samir Nasser

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 27, 2012

Learn how to monitor the polling thread of a WebSphere® J2C Architecture adapter deployed in a WebSphere Process Server environment. Often, customers want to know whether or not a WebSphere Adapter is polling an EIS system in their WebSphere Process Server production environment. The use of PMI metrics, common base event, tracing, and J2C message endpoint status techniques are discussed in this tutorial. Monitoring the status of the message endpoint is a powerful technique that can be used in all adapter polling scenarios to monitor the status of the polling thread.

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