To simplify problem resolution, Dynatrace integrates with Eclipse through the Dynatrace Eclipse Integration Plugin.
The Dynatrace Eclipse Integration Plugin enable you to:
- launch applications with an injected Dynatrace Agent directly from Eclipse
- retrieve & display the key architectural metrics (such as number of SQL queries, external API calls, exceptions and log messages) from your tests
- perform look-ups of sources files and methods from applications under diagnosis in Dynatrace Application Monitoring
Supported Dynatrace Versions
Supported Eclipse Versions
Eclipse Version: Juno, Kepler, Luna, Mars and installed SDK and Platform SDK packages
Download dynatrace-eclipse-plugin-6.5.10.zip for Dynatrace AppMon 6.5 and 6.3
Download com.dynatrace.eclipseintegration_22.214.171.1240.jar for Dynatrace 6.3
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Install Dynatrace Eclipse Integration Plugin
Follow the instructions available on the Plugin Github page.
For detailed user guide please consult the Plugin Github page and the Eclipse Integration Plugin FAQ / Troubleshooting Guide
With the Dynatrace Launcher, Auto instrument your Java applications from Eclipse:
When lauching JUnit tests, the plug-in will automatically register a test run to the Dynatrace Server. The results and key architectural metrics are automatically retrieved and displayed in the Test Result tab.
The test results are also visible in the Dynatrace Client for further drill-down to the PurePath level.
More information about the Test Automation feature: Test Automation Explained
Source Code Look-up
When Dynatrace identifies a source code fragment as the root cause of a particular problem, you can go directly from the Dynatrace Client to the exact location within your Eclipse development environment where you need to make changes.