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Using Weblogic 6.1 mbeans for connection pool monitoring?

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We need to monitor the number of connections made by Weblogic to the Oracle and MS SQL databases.
For this we need to record data such as connections over a period of time etc.
Can you suggest as to how we can go about this?

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Try this class to find the required information on the database.
http://edocs.beasys.co.jp/e-docs/wls61/javadocs/weblogic/management/runtime/JDBCConnectionPoolRuntimeMBean.html

Is that sufficient?
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