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Overview

This Sensor Pack covers the major components of Adobe ColdFusion

Name

ColdFusion Sensor Pack

Version

1.0.0

dynaTrace Diagnostics Version

>= 5.5

Author

Ardeshir Arfaian

License

dynaTrace BSD

Support

Community

Download

com.adobe.Methods.ColdFusion.dtcs

Sensor Pack Information

Adobe® ColdFusion® application server enables developers to rapidly build, deploy, and maintain Java™–EE applications for the enterprise
For more information about Adobe ColdFusion please visit the Adobe Website.

This Sensor Pack covers the major components of the ColdFusion Application Server required to do performance analytics

Installation

  1. Save the attached file locally to the computer where the dynaTrace Client is installed.
  2. In the dynaTrace Client, choose Setting ⇒ dynaTrace Server Settings
  3. Click on "Sensor Packs".
  4. Click on the "Import..." button.
  5. Select "Custom Sensor Type (*.dtcs)" in the "Files of type" dropdown.
  6. Navigate to the directory where you extracted the .dtcs file and click "Open".

You can confirm successful import by observing the "ColdFusion Sensor" Sensor Pack in the Sensor Packs Panel. This Knowlege Sensor Pack is now Placed and Active within all System Profiles on this dynaTrace Server.

Contribution

Feel free to contribute any changes on Github

  1. Anonymous (login to see details)

    Hi Ardi & Andi,

     is this Sensor Pack still current ? Compatible with dT 6.x and Coldfusion 10/11 ?

     

    Cheers,

    Matthias

    1. Anonymous (login to see details)

      Hi Matthias

      I am not aware of any updates to this Sensor Pack. So - I guess it is still valid but I am not sure if it covers changes to the latest versions of ColdFusion. This pack was created about 2 years ago - so - newer versions of ColdFusion may have some new methods that would be interesting that you dont get with sensors -> BUT: nowadays we have Auto Sensors - so - you should at least be good to catch long running methods.

      There is also some other material on the community if you search for ColdFusion, e.g: Experience with ColdFusion 9

  2. Anonymous (login to see details)

    Hi, guys.

    The sensor packs are getting information about methods, but there's no dashboards or metrics that we could represent. Any of you know a couple of metrics that could be useful to have in a CF deployment?

    All the best

    JMI