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i have a problem to monitor WAS resources

 
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i need to know is there anyway other than WAS resource analyzer to monitor WAS resources (Database connection pooling, no of current connected users, JVM, etc
 
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u can check out some testing tools which will do the job
 
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In WebSphere 5 you can use JMX (the Performance Monitoring Infrastructure, or PMI) to do this. There was no user API for this in previous versions.
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