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Invoking PMI Servlet does not return anything

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I am using Websphere Application Server Version 5.1. I wanted to retrieve the PMI statistics through PMI servlet. I deployed the perfServletApp.ear through admin tool. It was all default values throughout the configuration. Then I checked the enterprise applications in the admin tool. The status of perfServletApp was "started". Then I tried the following url in the browser hoping to get the xml.


It gave me the following error

Error connecting to the Application Server or Deployment Manager (in Network Deployment).
Usage: http://YourHost ort/wasPerfTool/servlet/perfservlet?port=xxxx&connector=RMI (or SOAP)
For base installation, use application server connector port. For Network Deployment, use Deployment Manager connector port.
To run with default values (SOAP connector) use: http://YourHost ort/wasPerfTool/servlet/perfservlet


Then I tried as said in the usage with RMI and then with SOAP. Both did not work. Has anyone faced this kind of problem. Or do you know what is causing this problem. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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