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Can i see how many sessions that are running !

 
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I need to know how many sessions that are running in a websphere portal server on my application !

Is this possible, and if, can i make som java code, that gives me this information ???

Frank
 
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You can try to run http://your.host.com/APPNAME/servlet/com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.httpsession.IBMTrackerDebug on an app running on WAS to get info about the jvm session. Not sure if this would work for WPS though...
 
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This link dosent exist ???

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Originally posted by Frank Jacobsen:
This link dosent exist ???

Frank




Modify the link to suit your environment.
 
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