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I work in a financial company where my team provides Architecture, IT, Engineering & Strategic support to Business applications. I worked for BEA Systems (now Oracle) for more than five years as a Senior Software Engineer mainly in the Operations Administration and Management aspects of WebLogic Platform. I possess vast experience in software development excelling in Middleware & Database Components and Core Java/J2EE technologies. I also lead a few open source projects and a contributor on Dev2Dev. Did I mention that I am the original author of WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), the official command line tool for WebLogic Platform. I also hold a few software patents, prior to BEA Systems I worked in variety of software industries in various different roles as a Senior Java developer, Software Analyst and as an Oracle DBA. I have a Masters Degree in Engineering from The University Of Akron, Ohio.
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Thursday, October 23, 2008

usemon from google code, anyone?

Today one of my colleagues mentioned about usemon, an open source java monitoring tool from google code.

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4 comments:

Pavan said...

Hi Satya,

Can you please let me know whether we can write WLST scripts using Eclipse if yes what jar i have to import, Appreciate your help

--Pavan

Pavan said...

please let me how to write WLST scripts using Eclipse, i have already imported JyD jar files, What jar files i need to import to write WLST scripts using eclipse

Satya Ghattu's Blog said...

Pavan,
The JyDT plugin will let you edit and create jython scripts but does not support code completion and other features you may be looking for.

Pavan Deva said...

Thank you very much for you reply..
Iam trying to import WLST in the Jython Script using eclipse, Eclipse is not recognizing the WLST classes even after importing the weblogic.jar file, Can you please help me setting up eclipse , importing the WLST in the jython scripts...., Greatly Appreciate your help

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