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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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