Wanted to know if AppDynamics can be integrated with DevTest to monitor! Any inputs or thoughts would be helpful.
In a .vmoptions file any filepath would be following java conventions, so I would try with either forward slashes or escaped backslashes.
Secondly, an agent is an argument to the JVM (not to the main class running in it) so it would be just -javaagent (not -Djavaagent)
And lastly the Oracle JVM docs specify that for -javaagent argument the filepath is added after a colon so it would be -javaagent: (not -javaagent=)
Have you tried?
Hope this helps.
It will be really helpful, if the team can give insights on integrating ca devtest with app dynamics.
For CA DevTest AppMonitoring, we tried configuring Appdynamics javaagent(in Windows) to track VSE transactions. Following are the ways that we tried configuring AppD java agent in VirtualServiceEnvironmentService.vm file but they didn't work
Please suggest which will be right option to try and on which file we should try giving these options on.
Install the Java Agent - 4.3.x Documentation --> Load the Java Agent in a JVM
javaagent, @javaagent, -javaagent, appdynamics
Thank you Danny. It was really helpful!
For windows : -javaagent:C:\\AppDynamics\\agentDir\\javaagent.jar
For Linux: -javaagent:/appdynamics/agentDir/javaagent.jar
As you have suggested these are the configurations that has worked for us.
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