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What is the difference between SMJconsole and SEJconsole ?

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What is the difference between SMJconsole and SEJconsole ?

As i had question due to command "windchill wt.util.jmx.SMJconsole" and command "windchill wt.util.jmx.SEJconsole" both returned quiet similar output

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Re: What is the difference between SMJconsole and SEJconsole ?

In Windchill 10.x and later, since the Servlet Engine is now embedded in the Method Server, the SEJconsole command will actually connect you to the Method Server process.

The difference between the two commands is only in which process you connect to through Jconsole. Using the SMJconsole command will allow you to view data and run operations on the Server Manager process. Running the SEJconsole command will allow you to view data and run operations on either the Tomcat or Method Server process, depending on your version.

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Re: What is the difference between SMJconsole and SEJconsole ?

SMJ connects to the Server Manager.  SEJ connects to the Servlet Engine.  I don't know the difference beyond that.

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Re: What is the difference between SMJconsole and SEJconsole ?

In Windchill 10.x and later, since the Servlet Engine is now embedded in the Method Server, the SEJconsole command will actually connect you to the Method Server process.

The difference between the two commands is only in which process you connect to through Jconsole. Using the SMJconsole command will allow you to view data and run operations on the Server Manager process. Running the SEJconsole command will allow you to view data and run operations on either the Tomcat or Method Server process, depending on your version.

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