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The application classes in this product use the naming conventions shown in the following table for labeling icons to differentiate each application class instance.

Instance naming conventions

Application

Instance naming convention

BEAWLS_SAF

The SAF Service for all SAF Agents for the entire WebLogic Server

BEAWLS_ SAFAGENT

Unique instance name of the SAF Agent

BEAWLP_CACHE

The name of the cache service

BEAWLS_EXEC _QUEUE

Unique name for the execute queue. Instances are created at startup

BEAWLS_JCA

The JCA application name, which is the name of its resource adapter archive file (.rar)

BEAWLS_JDBC

Unique user-defined name specified when creating the JDBC connection pool

BEAWLS_ JMS

The JMS for all JMS servers for the entire WebLogic server

BEAWLS_ JMS_ DESTINATION

The destination of the JMS

BEAWLS_ JMSSERVER

Unique instance name of the JMS server

BEAWLS_JOLT

Unique user-defined name specified when creating the Jolt connection pool

BEAWLS_J2EE

The name of the application

BEAWLS_ MANAGED

Name of the remote Managed Server (remote to this PATROL Agent)

BEAWLS_ SERVER

Unique server instance name specified when registering a server. Under BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management, the default instance name includes the host server name and port number.

BEAWLS_ SERVLET

File name of the servlet executable

BEAWLS_ THREADPOOL

Name of the WebLogic Server defined by the WebLogic administrator

BEAWLS_ WEBAPP

File name of the web application A web archive contains all of the files that make up a web application

BEAWLS_ WORKLOAD

Name of the workload manager defined by the WebLogic administrator

BEAWLS_ WS

File name of the web service A web archive contains all of the files that make up a web application

BEAWLS_ WS_OPER

Name of the operation A web archive contains all of the files that make up a web application.

BEAWLS_JMX_SERVER

The string "MBeans on" followed by server name

BEAWLS_DOMAIN

Name of the web application containing the bean

BEAWLS_JMX_CONDITION

Condition label that you specified when defining the condition

BEAWLS_JVMJMX

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