WebLogic 9/10/11/12c

Before using the WebLogic monitor, WebLogic server jars must be installed in NeoLoad.

  1. From the WebLogic directory, copy the following files:
  2. Paste the files in the directory below where XX stands for your WebLogic version:


  3. Restart NeoLoad.

    The files are automatically synchronized with the Monitoring Agent once the changes have been made.

Connection settings

Defining a monitor to a WebLogic Administration Server domain requires the name or IP address of the machine to be monitored, as well as the connection port of the Weblogic Administration Console (the default port is 7001). In addition to these settings, a valid user account must be provided with which to connect to the WebLogic Administration Console. Also, the IIOP protocol must be enabled on the server for the monitoring from NeoLoad to work.

WebLogic 9/10/11 monitor connects to WebLogic Administration Server, so please make sure that the WebLogic Administration Server is running. If there is only one WebLogic Server, it will automatically act as a WebLogic Administration Server domain. If there are several WebLogic servers (with or without clustering), please start up the WebLogic Administration Server domain.

Create a WebLogic 9/10/11/12c monitor

NeoLoad makes it possible to create a new monitor either using the monitored machine creation wizard, as described in Create and configure a monitored machine, or from an existing monitored machine, as described in Create and configure a monitor.

NeoLoad displays a list of the EARs (Enterprise Archive) and WARs (Web Application archive) deployed on the configured server. It then automatically selects the most appropriate counters for each of the selected applications.

Available counters

The first tree level displays all the servers running within the WebLogic Server domain. For each WebLogic server, the counters are: