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Administrative tools : JConsole and JMX : Running JConsole locally

Running JConsole locally

Typically, you would run JConsole locally to monitor applications running on a PAS for OpenEdge instance in a development environment. Running JConsole locally to monitor deployed applications on a production server consumes too many resources and would adversely affect performance.
1. Start PROENV and enter jconsole on the command line.
The executable, jconsole.exe resides in the OpenEdge-Install-dir\jdk\bin folder, which should be in your PROPATH.
The JConsole New Connect dialog opens, which should look similar to the following:
2. Select Local Process.
3. Select the PAS for OpenEdge process from the list of Java processes.
The Java Monitoring & Management Console appears.