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Performance Monitor JView 2004 with SAP J2ee?

Hello,

some days before i found a very interesting Program:

JView2004 it's for Performance and Monitor J2EE Servers.

http://www.devstream.com

How ever, I'm trying to monitor the sap j2ee. But nothing happen. The Nucles-Server can't find the J2ee SAP Server.

Does somebody know this Tool, and how it works?

Greetings Marco

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  • Sep 02, 2004 at 08:04 PM

    Hi Marco,

    The Web AS has its own monitoring tool. One is JARM for the application response times and the second is GRMG for the heartbeat. You can get to both of these using the visual administrator

    Regards

    Abdul

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      Additionally there are some other tools:

      - The Eclipse IDE project provides its own profiling subprojects: http://www.eclipse.org/hyades/

      - Quest's JProbe is known as an high end product in this category

      - JProfiler is a commercial product, too, but less expensive

      Trial versions for both commercial products are available.

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    Oct 01, 2004 at 03:17 PM

    Hi,

    I am trying to follow the instructions provided on

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/documents/a1-8-4/how to start jprobe with web as java

    > C:usrsapJ2AJC00j2eeclusterserver0>jlaunch pf=c:usrsapJ2ASYSprofileJ2A_JC00_NRX-1519 -nodename=ID0075209

    It doesn't start and the error message is:

    Critical Error

    Launching program failed

    -> Internal program error (rc=-1)

    Help!

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    Dec 29, 2004 at 01:26 PM

    I tried to integrate JProfiler with SAP J2EE 6.40 server running on Sun Solaris box.

    I downloaded and untar the JProfiler package into my /export/home/x3dadm directory, set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /export/home/x3dadm/jprofiler3/bin/solaris-sparc, and added the following Java paramaters:

    -Xrunjprofiler:port=8850

    -Xbootclasspath/a:/export/home/x3dadm/jprofiler3/bin/agent.jar

    to the server node in ConfigTool.

    When I tried to start the server using startsap, only 2 of 3 jlaunch processes are created when i checked using ps -ef | grep jlaunch.

    The server didn't fully start and hence, I cannot remote profile via port 8850 from my Windows box.

    The port 8850 is free on the Solaris box.

    If there's anyone out there who have experience integrating JProfiler, please do share your experience with me. Thanks.

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