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We do not currently have the ability to put an AppDynamics agent into WMB itself.
You can, however, correlate through it, provided you pass through the "singularityheader" correlaton header that the agent uses to trace Business Transactions.
This header will arrive the the broker as an HTTP header or a JMS message property. If you make sure the same header is passed through and sent out from the broker to the downstream system, you will see the up and down stream systems linked on your flowmap.
i am using jms so how can i make "singularityheader" bypassed successfully through broker as per admin of MQ it's discarded and he can't manipulate that
If your queue manager is configured to strip off the singularityheader then unfortunately, the out of the box JMS correlation can not work for you.
It's probably best if you try and persuade your queue administrators to retain this header for you if that will not adversely affect other appplications in your environment.
I'm afraid we are legally restricted from answering that question. The best path is for you to work with your local sales contacts.
no problem i will do that and hoping to see it with next release that will be GA next month but may i know if AppDynamics MB agent able to track BS till backend
back end examples : java agent , DB , Web service
I'm not sure precisely what you mean, but the intent of the proposed IIB agent is to allow Business Transations to incorporate IIB flows along with components running other APM agents up and down stream of IIB
what i am trying to say as follow, if i have below architecture :
1) Java web application -----> MEssagq queue -------> broker ------> "other java application or web service or Database"
with current Appdyanmics agents, we are not able to track transaction starting from java web application to web service or database
because Transaction key is not handle through broker , so with new agent we will be able to achieve that or not