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FAQ: Java SE Advanced Management Console version 2.x Product (Doc ID 2150709.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2021

Applies to:

Java SE JDK and JRE - Version 8 to 8
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article aims to answer some of the commonly asked questions, and raised issues on Java SE Advanced Management Console (AMC) version 2.x.

NOTE: AMC is licensed only to customers that have Java SE Advanced or Java SE Suite support contracts. Customers who have only Java SE Support are not entitled to use it in production.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Administrative, Documentation and Downloads
 What kind of license do I need to purchase to use AMC?
 Where can I find the latest AMC documentation?
 Where can I find latest release of AMC?
 Where can I find earlier releases of AMC?
 I want to migrate from an earlier 2.x version of AMC to the latest version.  Where do I find the documentation on migrating AMC?
 How can I obtain consulting assistance with a new AMC installation, setup, and configuration?
 Frequently Asked Questions Related to WebLogic in use with AMC
 What are the required WebLogic setup steps when installing AMC 2.x?
 What Are the Supported WebLogic Server Versions for Different Java SE Advanced Management Console 2.x Versions?
 How do I configure WebLogic Server logging for AMC 2.x?
 How do I set up SSL and configure the keys in WebLogic?
 How to Add Java Options When Running WLS As a Windows Service?
 Can AMC be configured to use Apache-Tomcat instead of WebLogic Application Server?
 Frequently Asked Questions related to AMC
 How do I shut down AMC gracefully?
 How can I obtain my AMC version?
 What is the definition of a "Retired" desktop and How does a desktop become "Retired"?
 Why is the button on the Desktop Page "Push Deployment Rule Set" disabled?
 Frequently Asked Questions about Java Usage Tracker in use with AMC
 How does AMC handle older Java releases without Java Usage Tracking Capability?
 Is it possible to use the AMC via TCP? AMC currently communicates via (unsecure) UDP. Is it on the road-map to add TCP?
 Is there a retention period for Java Usage Rejected Records?
 Why does AMC agent deploys to all JRE on the client?
 Why does usage data not showing under Java Usage tab?
 Frequently Asked Questions about AMC agents
 What port is used between the AMC server and AMC agents?
 What is required to generate AMC agent in a server configured with a load balancer?

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