Do we plan to support Universal Messaging of WebMethods with the WebMethods PowerPack of CA APM?
Hi Jerome and Jonathan:
As of 2014, this was asked and not supported. I don't see it as a Field Pack. Also, if it is not in the Compatibility Guide, then it is likely not to be supported. Nothing with that name exists there
Hope that helps .
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Same question from my side.
Any updates on this with APM v10.1 and above.........being able to support webMethods v9.12 with Universal Messaging?
Thanks in advance
I have asked on internal boards for someone from PM to respond. They are at least aware of it .
Will let the support team know as well tomorrow. Hope that helps
There is a supported extension for webMethods Universal Messaging. It's tested with 9.8 and 9.10. Please open a support ticket to get it as it is not available on the CA APM Marketplace (http://marketplace.ca.com/shop/ca/?cat=29), yet.
WebMethods 9.12 is supported as existing powerpack
Universal Messaging supports as an extension. This is just pending Doc updates to make it available in marketplace. This is targeted to be completed by end of May.
So can I continue using java default agent v10.1 for webMethods v9.12 with UM and just add-on the PowerPack or do I need to upgrade to agent v10.5.1 (as well as APM infrastructure to v10.5.1)?
Do I need to install a stand along agent with that particular PowerPack and not use the java default agent? If so, which version?
Just add powerpack to any default Java agent. No dependency with agent version.
And Universal Messaging is a standalone extension. Just put agent.jar and other api jars
So, the standalone extension will work separately from the default java agent (will there be two separate agents)? Putting the standalone 'agent.jar' into the "wrapper.conf" along with other args for default java agent?
swasa02 - can i connect with you offline to talk more about this?
Sure, Feel free to contact me offline if you have a specific question on this topic
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I hope that Saroj's last two responses address your query from yesterday. Please let us know if they were helpful
Yes That's correct. UM will be monitored by standalone extension. We just need to put the Agent.jar along with required API jars from UM installation. To monitors Webmethods Integration Server (IS) we need to use default agent and enable the webMethod PowerPack.
Thanks for responding for my response request! Much appreciated!
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