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    Remote JConsole Monitoring in Weblogic Not Working




      Attempting to monitoring weblogic data source parameters via jconsole.


      The weblogic server is SSL enabled.


      1. When i connect to the server via jconsole using local process I am able to view the com.bea beans

      2. Connecting to server remotely via jconsole, connection is successfully established however  I am not able to view com.bea beans


      WE had tried various options, specifically connecting to SSL enabled weblogic server based on discussions in  https://community.oracle.com/thread/884708?start=0&tstart=0 and http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/management/agent.html

      However we get the same problem, ie. we are able to connect to weblogic via jconsole but not able to view jconsole. Please find attached


      Please note We do not have permissions to set IIOP communications in weblogic.


      Details below:


      Weblogic Server : weblogic 10.3.5

      Jdk - jdk 6

      Server SSL enabled with custom identity


      Any help would be appreciated

        • 1. Re: Remote JConsole Monitoring in Weblogic Not Working



          Please follow the documentation





          See chapter 'Making an Explicit JMX Connection'



          Making an Explicit JMX Connection

          Before you can make an explicit JMX connection from VisualVM to a running

          application, this application must be started with the correct system

          properties. The system properties in question are the following:




                  to specify the port number through which the application will be exposed


                  to specify whether secure sockets layer (SSL) encryption will be activated

                  to secure the connection to the application


                  to specify whether the connection will be password protected



          So, something like follows will be needed for the WLS server:









          Here is more documentation on this:




          Monitoring and Management Using JMX Technology