While adding a Custom Application Monitor, the WebLogic Model MBeans are not listed for configuration. What can I do?
For WebLogic Model MBeans to be displayed in CAM, perform the following steps:
1. Copy the file weblogic.jar from WebLogic installed directory (eg: C:\bea\weblogic81\server\lib\weblogic.jar). Rename this file as weblogicclient7_0_common.jar and place it under <Applications Manager Home>/working/classes directory.
2. Edit the file startApplicationsManager.bat/.sh located in <Applications Manager Home> directory. Set the system property as following
3. Restart the Applications Manager.
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