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Where do REST metrics show up in Investigator Tree

Question asked by Steve_Oak on Jun 23, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 5, 2016 by Florian_Cheval

In the release notes for 10.2 we see:


HTTP Tracing and Correlation

You can monitor the performance of HTTP requests made by your Java applications, such as REST, using:

  • Java URLConnection
  • Apache HTTPClient
  • Spring HTTPClient

With this feature, you can:

  • View backend performance metrics for each URL path.
  • View aggregated performance metrics across the different providers that are separated by protocol/host/port.
  • View additional transaction trace details, such as the request parameters and HTTP status code.
  • Interact with these components and display their dependencies.

Distributed transactions across multiple JVMs over HTTP are automatically correlated when you insert a Correlation Identifier in the HTTP request header.


We have installed a 10.2 WebSphere Agent that is supposedly using REST but we are not seeing anything in the tree that indicates that we are seeing the WS.