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Merged Plugin-cfg.xml for multiple profiles of WAS to be hanled by one HTTP Server on same machine

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I created a merge plugin-cfg.xml file using plugin-cfg.xml files from different WAS profiles.  Could any one can let me know the merged file is correct or I need to make some other amendments.  I am attaching all plugin-cfg.xml files for verifcation.  Thanks in Advance.
plugin-cfg.xml
plugin-cfg-default.xml
plugin-cfg-wp-Profile.xml
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by:Balina
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As my organization don't have any WebSphere administrator, I need some one's help to identify this information.
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greyfairer earned 1000 total points
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I once wrote an XSLT  to do this merge automatically, but I can't find it right now.

If I remember correctly, you can't duplicate the RequestMetrics configuration, so you have to merge them.

But since they are identical, you only need to keep the last RequestMetrics block.

Everything else seems OK
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by:Balina
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Thank you very much.  Noted the changes and we achieved what we are looking for.
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