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Re: PerformanceMonitor in Standalone or OSGI environment? [message #758030] Mon, 21 November 2011 13:40 Go to next message
James is currently offline James
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Do you get other session logging? Have you redirected your session log or System.out.

Can you try a normal JSE environment without OSGi?
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Re: PerformanceMonitor in Standalone or OSGI environment? [message #758337 is a reply to message #758030] Tue, 22 November 2011 15:25 Go to previous message
Dave M is currently offline Dave M
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Hi James-

I just tried again, running in a plain JSE environment, and I am seeing the PerformanceMonitor output now. I must have had something mis-configured the other day. I haven't tried using the PerformanceMonitor in an OSGI environment yet, but I will try that in the near future. Anyway, I appreciate your follow-up. Looks like the PerformanceMonitor is in fact usable in a non-JEE environment.

Thanks,

Dave
Re: PerformanceMonitor in Standalone or OSGI environment? [message #758339 is a reply to message #758030] Tue, 22 November 2011 15:25 Go to previous message
Dave M is currently offline Dave M
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Hi James-

I just tried again, running in a plain JSE environment, and I am seeing the PerformanceMonitor output now. I must have had something mis-configured the other day. I haven't tried using the PerformanceMonitor in an OSGI environment yet, but I will try that in the near future. Anyway, I appreciate your follow-up. Looks like the PerformanceMonitor is in fact usable in a non-JEE environment.

Thanks,

Dave
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