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Using JMX to retrieve configuration and runtime metrics from a WebLogic domain.


Java specific instructions

$ export JAVA_HOME=/usr/local/share/jdk1.6.0_30
$ npm install


  • node-gyp requires python 2.x not python 3.x. See for more details.
  • If you see an error such as "No rule to make target '/opt/jdk1.7.0_09/jre/lib/amd64/server/', needed by 'build/depsVerified'. Stop." this means that your JAVA_HOME is not set correctly and you need to verify the location of or jvm.lib.
  • If you see an error such as "Error: The specified module could not be found. xxxxxx\node_modules\java\build\Release\nodejavabridge_bindings.node". Ensure the directory where jvm.dll exists is in your PATH. (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\jre\bin\client). This path cannot have quotes.

### WebLogic specific instructions
Retrieve the wlfullclient.jar from the WebLogic lib directory and place in a directory of choice.
Instructions on how to generate wlfullclient.jar can be found here:

Bundled Example

In bin/example1.js, update the config:

  host: "localhost",
  port: 7001,
  username: "weblogic",
  password: "password",
  proto: "t3",
  libDir: "/path/to/weblogic/lib" /* Path to wlfullclient.jar */


$ node bin/example1.js

This will get all available attributes for the domain and print to stdout.

Usage Example

In package.js, add weblogic dependency:

  "dependencies": {
    "weblogic": "0.1.0",

In code, add:

var WebLogicClient = require('weblogic');
var config = {
  host: "localhost",
  port: 7001,
  username: "weblogic",
  password: "password",
  proto: "t3",
  libDir: "/path/to/weblogic/lib" /* Path to wlfullclient.jar */
var weblogic = new WebLogicClient(config);
weblogic.connect(function(err) {
  /* Add code here */


Object getServerStates(callback);
Returns an Object with all configuration and metrics available.

Array getClustersConfig(callback);
Returns a list of all clusters configuration.

Object getDomainConfig(callback);
Returns an Object with the domain configuration.

Array getApplicationsConfig(callback);
Returns a list of all application's configuration.

Array getJDBCConfig(callback);
Returns a list of all jdbc's configuration.

Array getServersConfig(callback);
Returns a list of all servers' configuration.

Object getServerRuntime(serverName, callback);
Returns an Object with all runtimes, such as application, jdbc, jvm and threadpool.