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Unable to Instrument Informatica Powercenter 10.4.1 using Java agent. Has anyone tried it ?

Rohit.Sharma
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Unable to Instrument Informatica Powercenter 10.4.1 using Java agent. Has anyone tried it ?

Unable to Instrument Informatica Powercenter 10.4.1 using Java agent. Has anyone tried it ?

Tried to put jvm arguments in setenv.bat / Catalina.bat / infaservice.bat but nowhere it is picking it up and hooking up with the application.

 

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Unable to Instrument Informatica Powercenter 10.4.1 using Java agent. Has anyone tried it ?
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Mario.Morelli
Architect

Hi Rohit

 

Can you share how you are adding the config to the infaservice.bat file? And what OS you are using?

 

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Rohit.Sharma
Creator

Hi Mario,

 

I am adding CATALINA_OPTS variable with javaagent.jar path before start of tomcat service parameters in infaservice.bat

 

OS is Windows.

 

please let me know if exact jvm argument is required.

Mario.Morelli
Architect

Hi Rohit

 

Informatica PowerCenter uses the following for 

https://knowledge.informatica.com/s/article/301535?language=en_US

 

Use the INFA_JAVA_OPTS env variable to add the startup parameters as well as add it to the registry configuration

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InformaticaServiceName\Parameters

 

It seems you have to set both

 

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Rohit.Sharma
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Thanks for checking this, I had checked these recommendations and was sceptic of how modification of registry may be a risky idea.

 

Also I had found INFA_JAVA_OPTS was not in the environment variables, just wondering , can we add to the windows environment variables ?

 

Regards

Rohit

Mario.Morelli
Architect

Hi, Can you share the content of you infraservice.bat file ?

 

Just remove any sensitive data if any

 

 

 



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Mario.Morelli
Architect

Ho Rohit

 

From what I gather, you need to put it in the place where it will always be used when starting the application

 

I believe adding the data to the System Env Variable, and/or registry should be the best way to do this.

 

Here is a video as well - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6HAwrlHbTs, which should guide you to what you need to do. 

 

As always, test in non-production:)

 

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This video explains how to modify Java options for Informatica Services on Windows.Expertise:IntermediateUser type:AdministratorCategory:ConfigurationProject...
Rohit.Sharma
Creator

Thanks for the valuable info Mario, I think the video makes it very clear. I will check on this today and update how it went.

 

Thanks and Regards