article Does up.time monitor WebSphere MQ or Portal Server?

The up.time WebSphere service monitor is designed for WebSphere Application Server only.  Although monitoring for WebSphere Portal Server or WebSphere MQ is not provided with the standard up.time service monitor, there is a Websphere MQ plug-in monitor available on the Grid.

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