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How to determine if J2EE engine is up and running ???

Hi All

I have a WEB applicatiuon server .. ABAP+JAVA .. but i am not sure if my java server is up or not ?? Any transaction which helps to determine this ?

Any pointers as to how we can be sure of this ?

Thanks and Regards

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    Mar 27, 2006 at 10:21 AM

    Hi Rohan,

    For checking whether the j2ee is up, first check the MMC

    for the j2ee process table. It should show that the node

    is green and server/process jcontrol.exe is running.

    Also check if the web page

    http://<hostname>:<port>/index.html is opening, where port

    is 5<instance number>00. If yes check the system

    information for the j2ee engine...

    Regards

    Srikishan

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    Mar 27, 2006 at 11:56 PM

    Hi Rohan,

    You can also see this from within the Netweaver Developer Studio if you are doing Java development. Configuring the J2EE Engine settings under Window>Preferences will give you a status indicator in the J2EE view.

    Cheers,

    Jonathan

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    Mar 28, 2006 at 04:07 AM

    Hi

    <b>Checking if J2EE engine is up and running</b>

    1.The First step is to go your management console and see if all the schemas below the SAP systems are green(hostname1-J2EE stack and hostname0-ABAP stack)..

    2.Check the following link in your browser

    <a href="http://http(s)://<hostname>:50000">http://http(s)://<hostname>:50000</a>

    (if the result page shows

    i.your Start up page your j2ee stack is fully up and running.

    ii.if it shows service unavailable or any related results there is some problem in your J2EE

    Stack.(might be the server is very recently started this case you should wait for some more time to have all services completely up)

    iii. if page not displayed the server is shutdown.

    get back for help if needed

    Vijay:-)

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    Mar 28, 2006 at 12:42 PM

    You have two ways for that. You could see java status in SMICM transaction. goto -> http application server -> display data. Parameter J2EE Server operational show java status.

    Another way using jcmon OS program.

    c:> jcmon pf=/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/<INSTANCE_PROFILE>

    option 10 or 20 to see java process status.

    Best Regards,

    Luciano Carriel

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