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how can i monitor thread pools , database connections in weblogic?

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how can i monitor thread pools , database connections in weblogic?
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you can start using the admin console. All resources such as threads and jdbc connections have a monitoring tab in the console.

Next, you can use WLST to run jython scripts to monitor these resources.

Emmanuel
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yes i got the the solutions
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