I know you can inject the agent by modifying <cfhome>/cfusion/bin/jvm.config or add a line in the administrator console for cold fusion. However, my customer said everytime she does either one of these options, the coldfusion application will not start up. How do I inject an agent into her cold fusion java? We are using dynatrace 6.5. We added the following path: :
Now ColdFusion uses java 6 so I did try the 32 but dtagent.dll and still having the same behavior.
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I figured out the problem by doing the following:
1.) First, I installed the dynatrace agent onto the same server as my coldfusion application.
2.) Stopped the Coldfusion server, then located the jvm.configfile: D:\ColdFusion10\jre\jvm.config
3.) Look for the java.args line in this file and add the following at the end be sure to make a space between the previous argument before adding the line below: -agentpath: D:/DynatraceAgent6_5/agent/lib64/dtagent.dll=name=coldfusionjvm,server=mycollectorIP:9998
4.) Then start up the Coldfusion Service and you should see the agent.