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Monitoring a stand-alone C++ native application

I was excited to see that there is a C/C++ agent.  I downloaded and installed it and that's where the trouble started.  There was an error in the install.bat file.  Once I got past this I added the sample code to the startup routine.  I can't get the function appd_sdk_init to return as successful.  It always returns -1.  I restarted the AppDynamics.Agent.Coordinator service but it still didn't work.  The docs say to run some command called 

/opt/appdynamics-sdk-native/runSDKProxy.sh &

 

I'd like to at least get a C/C++ agent installed.  Can someone help me get over this hump? 

 

Here is where I am at in the help topics

https://docs.appdynamics.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=35457138
FWIW - Instrumenting a C#.Net app was a walk in the park...

Monitoring a stand-alone C++ native application
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Re: Monitoring a stand-alone C++ native application

 

Hi,

 

I think you are referring to the wrong section of our Documents.Please refer the following section 

 "Install the SDK on Windows" section in the following link

https://docs.appdynamics.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=35457135

You need to run a batch file to run the proxy instead of a shell script in windows.

 

I can see that there is a similar issue raised in https://community.appdynamics.com/t5/Controller-SaaS-On-Premise/Monitoring-a-stand-alone-C-native-ap... we can discuss the issue in any one of them of your choice.It would be easier for us to track.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Sajna Sreenivasan

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Monitoring a stand-alone C++ native application

I am in the right part of the documentation but it is missing the shell command for Windows