We are currently working with a big prospect to identify business transactions from Oracle JdEdwards. We are doing the identification by analizing the user actions (action, page title, formoid). Customer asked us why Appmon cannot get transaction data from the requests (the exception is the login, where we can obtain the username). Anybody know the reason why all transaction data in this ERP is not obtained by Appmon. It is because it travels through the propietary JDENet protocol, even though users access the application with a browser?
Thanks in advance.
Could you clarify what you mean by "transaction data"? You can't access payload data with appmon, but you can get the data from request data (URI, Query Parameter, Header,...) or in the backend from e.g. method calls.
Hi Antonio V.
I worked with a customer to isntrument the JDE app in their SOA environment with WebLogic and an AS400/iseries backend. Most of the data can be obtained by both SQL bind values, and custom method return values and entry points. From these values captured, you can then create BTs with multiple splits to container userid;appID;formoid;datastructure;...I can't post the entire set of documentation on this page because there is too much. Pease email me, and I will set you up with everything I have documented: email@example.com.
BTW, most of these sensors will also work for Dynatrace SaaS/Managed, but some of the BTs might not.