How can I programmatically check the status of Oracle Application Server applications

Posted on 2010-01-12
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Is there a way to programatically check the status of applications deployed on Oracle AS?
Question by:krussell222
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Asr earned 1000 total points
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From Application homepage.
Under OracleAS home you have a install.port file check it for port (normally is 1812)
then you have
login as orcladmin (it's standard user you give password under installation)
then you can see oracleAS and oraclemidter click one to see all services log and other things from that firm.
Otherw. go to each home (OracleAS or Oraclemidter) under bin you have opmn and under that you have opmnnctl
just say opmnctl status
to see all status from services.

Assisted Solution

juliolorenzo earned 1000 total points
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Hi krussell222,
On OAS 10.1.3 you can check application status via JMX.

See the JMX HowTos to see what you can do with it

Enjoy, Julio

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