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hello everybody,
I want to use tomcat status in my program means i want to know how many requests are running on tomcat server.if any api or program is there please help me.
 
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Personally I use the Tomcat Manager App for this purpose. It is part of the tomcat 6 standard installation but you have to configure a user and password to get to it. It will show you all current request Threads, memory use, etc.

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Hi!
The other day, I found a free alternative to the Tomcat Manager: http://www.lambdaprobe.org
Perhaps not very active in development, as of lately, but it works well with Tomcat 6 when I checked.
Best wishes!
 
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