You are talking about jmx-console as your web console aren't you. If this is the case jmx-console does give you the count of ejb instances created in the pool. It does not refresh by itself and hence you need to refresh it every time you need to know the number of instances created in a pool.
(jmx-console can be accessed byfollowing the given link: http://hostname:port/jmx-console)
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AFAIC, ejb3 is does not (yet) produce a standard jsr77 view of the deployments, for the web-console to display. As suggested, you may derive some metrics from the jmx-console, though.
I was realy talking about the webconsole. In the book you could browse your beans in the tree.
But if i can find this information in the jmx-console it would be ok for me too.
But I cannot find the number of instances and the min an max of the pool there. Can I find that information in the jmx?
Thanks for your help,
Yes, it is possible to get all this information through jmx-console. All your deployed beans are listed there as links. You need to follow the links to get all config information like min and max size of cache and pool, etc.
Yes, thats the place I took a look, but the only Informations I found there was
And the Opreations like start stop invoke etc.
Are you using EJB3 or EJB2?