Running the Micro Integrator Dashboard

Follow the steps given below to run the WSO2 Micro Integrator runtime and its monitoring Dashboard.

Before you begin

Follow the steps given below before you start.

  1. Download and install the servers:

  2. Set up the Micro Integrator:

    1. Open the deployment.toml file (stored in the <MI_HOME>/conf/ folder) of the Micro Integrator, and add the following configuration.

      dashboard_url = "https://localhost:9743/dashboard/api/"
      heartbeat_interval = 5
      group_id = "mi_dev"
      node_id = "dev_node_2"
    2. Be sure to change the host and port number of the dashboard_url in the above configuration if you have changed the default host and port for the dashboard.


    See the section on configuring the MI servers for the dashboard for more information.

  3. Start the Micro Integrator.

Starting the dashboard server

Follow the steps given below.

  1. Open a command prompt as explained below.

    On Linux/macOS Establish an SSH connection to the server, log on to the text Linux console, or open a terminal window.
    On Windows Click Start >Run, type cmd at the prompt, and then press Enter.

  2. Navigate to the <MI-DASHBOARD_HOME>/bin folder from your command line.

  3. Execute one of the commands given below.


Accessing the dashboard

Once you have started the dashboard server:

  1. Access the dashboard using the following URL:


    login form for monitoring dashboard

  2. Enter the following details to sign in:

    Username The user name to sign in.

    Note: This should be a valid username that is saved in the Micro Integrator server's user store. By default, the 'admin' user name is configured in the default user store.

    See configuring user stores for information.
    Password The password of the user name. By default, 'admin' is the user name and password.

  3. Be sure that the Micro Integrator servers are already configured and started before you sign in.

See the Micro Integrator Dashboard documentation for information on the dashboard's capabilities and how to use them.

Stopping the dashboard server

To stop the dashboard standalone application, go to the terminal and press Ctrl+C.