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Quest Foglight for Java/Weblogic

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We are now evaluating the J2EE system monitoring product from Quest, called "Foglight for Java/Weblogic".

Has anyone used it before? What are the Pros and Cons, especially comparing to others like Wily Introscope?
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Its a good tool and shows the server status with great deal of animations. It definitely looks very good.

The cons are that it queries the WebLogic Server too often thus increasing the admin request load on the  servers. Moreover this tool might have difficulty in monitoring the newer versions / service packs without an upgrade of itself.

Best is to use weblogic admin and weblogic scripting tool for monitoring and administring the server
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"animations"? Are you talking about Spotlight? Foglight does not have any "animations", at least not I am aware of.

Also, have you used its "dashboard" features? How do you like it?
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