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How to activate Diagnostics Java Agent

Dear Experts,


       I am using Diagnostics 9.20 version on windows 2008 platfom. I am using Java agent for monitoring java application.

       I am new for diagnostics. Please help mw how to instrument the application.

       I have gone through manuals but not getting exact idea which class file need to instrument.

       I want to monitor BSM 9.20 application as testing. for this i have installed java agent in BSM server,below are 2 JVM is showing after instrumentation :





2) E:\BSM\JRE64




  Let me know what need to do after that so that java agent can start data capturing.


Thanks in advance.


Jitendra Singh

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KMadan Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: How to activate Diagnostics Java Agent

You need to pass this JVM parameter returned by the Instrumentor to the startup script of your application server which you want to instrument. You may restart the server after passing this argument to the JVM and Agent gets started along with the application server.

Shakthi Absent Member.
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Re: How to activate Diagnostics Java Agent



Kindly append the  extracted JVM parameter to the apllication startup script and restart the application service , it will automatically enables the communication with app and diag server.


If its not work , kindly provide us the error and we will analyse. 






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