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After you select the attributes to be plotted, simply click the icon in the left pane that matches the server whose activity is to be monitored. This opens a new external window that contains the attribute plots, appropriately scaled and colored, as shown in Figure 33-12. By default, every tick mark represents 25 seconds of elapsed time.
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In the Database section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server, as shown in Figure 33-13. In addition, under the Server Instance icon lies a list of all external JDBC data sources configured, external JDBC drivers installed, Sun Java System Application Server Type 2 data sources configured, and Sun Java System Application Server Type 2 JDBC drivers installed and activated.
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JDBC configuration
In order to make use of JDBC technology, especially when using entity beans, you must specify a JDBC driver that not only contains all the classes required to operate on a specific vendor s database but also supports a common API, which enables applications to be easily ported to a different vendor platform. In conjunction with entering a database URL, username, and password, it s easy to configure a data source to which an application can connect. New data sources can be easily registered, as shown in Figure 33-14.
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Data source configuration
In the right pane, there are several tabs displayed, including Add/Modify Data Sources and Drivers, and Apply or Undo Changes. For example, as shown in Figure 33-15, you can enter the details for a new JDBC driver, including the driver type, class name, class path, and native driver directory. You can also enter specific parameters for each JDBC driver, as shown in Figure 33-16. These attributes include loading a data access driver and client library, along with a defined access priority. In addition, you can enable SQL parsing and have all debug messages logged to a file. You can set the connection timeout to the server (default is 60 seconds) and specify the maximum and minimum number of threads. In terms of the cache, you can set the maximum number of connections, minimum number of free slots, and connection timeout and interval. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
Transactions
In the Transaction section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server, under which lies a KJS instance where appropriate. By selecting either the Instance icon or the KJS icon, you can set parameters for each version. In the right pane, there are several tabs displayed, including Configuration, Resource Manager, and Transaction Manager. The Configuration tab, shown in Figure 33-17, allows you set server transaction properties appropriately, including options such as whether global transactions are enabled or whether the root and mirrored root directories are used. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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FIGURE 33-15
JDBC driver selection
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Selecting an existing JDBC configuration
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FIGURE 33-17
Transaction configuration
A list of existing resource managers is displayed when you click the Resource Manager tab. The list shows the resource manager s name, the open string, the manager type, thread mode, and whether or not the manager is enabled. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button. You can create new resource managers by clicking the Add button, modify existing resource managers by clicking the Modify button, and delete existing resource managers by clicking the Remove button. As shown in Figure 33-18, adding a new resource manager is easy: fields, check boxes, and drop-down lists are provided for you to enter values for the name, open string, manager type, thread mode, and whether or not the manager is enabled. The Transaction Manager tab shows the process, transaction ID, and state of all transactions that have been created on the local system. As shown in Figure 33-19, it is possible to select a transaction and retrieve its details by clicking the Details button, or to update the list of transactions displayed by clicking the Update button.
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