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VBUtility Tool - A tool to help you troubleshoot VisiBroker Application

When troubleshooting VisiBroker related problems, we always need to know the VisiBroker configurations and logs. However, many users are unable to provide this information quickly and accurately due to their unfamiliarity with VisiBroker and their own application’s implementation. This usually leads to unnecessary delays in understanding the runtime environment and scenario that may have caused the problems.

Now you can use the VBUtility Tool to help you extraction the VisiBroker configurations and change VisiBroker log levels dynamically without restarting your application.

Please read Using VBUtility Tool to Troubleshoot VisiBroker Application to learn more about this tool.

Feel free to share with us your feedback and experiences with the VBUtility Tool.

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RE: VBUtility Tool - A tool to help you troubleshoot VisiBroker Application

VBUtility Tool version 1.6.0 is now available!

What's New in Version 1.6.0

  • When the VBUtility is plugged in to a Server, it's IOR is written to a file. You can use the VBUtility IOR file to directly connect to VBUtility to extract the configurations and control the log levels.
  • Provide a new Java-Only Package to allow VBUtility be used in platforms where the C++ Plug-in is not available yet (e.g. AIX and HPUX-IA).
  • Support of SUSE 32 and 64 bits platforms.
  • Enhance demos and their READMEs.
  • Enhance VBUtility Console presentation.
  • Change the VBUtility Console log file to append mode so that existing logs are not over written.
  • Add a product README in html format.

Please read Using VBUtility Tool to Troubleshoot VisiBroker Application for the latest documentation and FAQ for this release.

Feel free to share with us your feedback and experiences with the VBUtility Tool.

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