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How to monitor Java Web Dynpro running sessions?

A Java Web Dynpro application goes into a never-ending loop?

How the system administrator can monitor the running sessions of a pure J2EE engine (R6.40 SP12)?

In ABAP this is available via transaction SM50/SM51.

I tried but the shell command "PS" does not display Web Dynpro sessions.

Via "/nwa" there are several reports but I'm not able to find out running sessions.

Any idea? Thanks a lot.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2005 at 05:44 PM

    Hello Sergio,

    The question looks similar to this topic: How to monitor J2EE active user sessions?

    In case of a looping java application the best way to debug the problem is to create several thread dumps (note 710154) and analyze the running threads.

    Best Regards


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    • Thanks you Ivaylo,

      as the documentation states just counters are reported.

      After several clicks (About Session - Local host - Client/User id:4 - ServerSession id: 3 - ClientSession id: 6 - ClientWindow id: 7 - Application id: id77) I can see the active Application Name.

      About users, selecting Local host, I can just discover:

      ClientUsers # 5

      Destroyed by a logoff 0

      Destroyed by a Timeout 2

      and so on...


      (uhm, probably the active sessions will end in the meantime you drill-down to the right node)

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