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Admin Console: Unknown Property 'EXECUTINGREQUESTS' on Sorting Executing Request (Doc ID 2783742.1)

Last updated on JUNE 15, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Unknown property 'executingRequests'  occurs when clicking Executing Requests of Maximum Threads Constraint to sort on Admin Console

Step to reproduce:

1. Create a simple a domain

2. Create a Maximum Threads Constraint
Environment > Work Managers > New > Maximum Threads Constraint  
Name: MaxThreadsConstraint-0
Target: AdminServer

3. Create a Work Manager
Environment > Work Managers > New > Work Manager
Name: WorkManager-0
Target: AdminServer

4. Assign the created Maximum Threads Constraint to the Work Manager
Environment > Work Managers > WorkManager-0
Maximum Threads Constraint: MaxThreadsConstraint-0

5. Deploy any App(benefits2.war is used in this test case)
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Deploying and Undeploying Applications
6. Sort Executing Requests
Deployments > Monitoring > Workload >  Max Threads Constraint (Filtered - More Columns Exist)
Click Executing Requests  

7. An unexpected error
An unexpected error condition has been detected. Details have been recorded in the admin server log.

admin server log




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