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  • April 5, 2015

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Juergen Kress
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Java Mission Control (JMC) and Java Flight Recorder (JFR) provide a complete tool chain to continuously collect low level and detailed runtime information of Java applications enabling after-the-fact incident analysis.  The WebLogic Team has developed a WLS Plug-in for Java Mission Control.  This Plug-in provides custom WLS views that can be used to analyze more efficiently the contents of Flight Recordings produced by WebLogic instances (e.g. database queries, EJB calls, servlet invocations, etc.).

In the following short video, Tony Vlatas of the WebLogic Development Team explains how to install the WebLogic Server Plug-in in Java Mission Control.  You'll see that it's very simple!

Java Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder combined with this Plug-in enables WLS developers and administrators to collect and easily analyse data from WebLogic instances running locally or instances deployed in production environments.  At this stage, the WLS Plug-in is still considered as experimental but it's worth giving it a try! Watch the video here.

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