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Work Managers

Work Managers control the number of threads in the execute queue and the priorities that the server must assign to new and pending requests. Each Work Manager controls the scheduling of requests by the WebLogic Server, by letting you specify a set of request classes and thread constraints. You can specify named Work Managers for applications, web application modules, EJBs, and RMI applications to control how the server manages their work requests. You can create global Work Managers at the domain level, as well as application- or module-level Work Managers.

You may configure Work Managers to assign similar priorities for sets of requests that share common performance and availability requirements. Work Managers let you specify the maximum number of requests from a particular request class that will be allowed to enter the execute queue. If you set the number of maximum requests at the Work Manager level, the server honors either the maximum number of requests you set there or the server's global thread pool value, whichever is lower.


  

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