Customer implementation uses Spring apps hosted by Tomcat. All app's are visible, except a new app.
This new Spring app uses @RestControllerAdvice, could this be an issue for Dynatrace? Other suggestions are welcome,
Do you see process without services or nothing at all? I didn’t have any issue with visibility at least process in dynatrace. If you don’t see anything I suggest check host logs for some extra information. You have to go to monitored host in dynatrace and from menu pick “Download support archive”. Or you can just download logs from agent dir on host itself.
The request are visible in the (json) log. process, tomcat service and the endpoint are visible. I see request originating from other services hitting the service, but it looks like requests originating from an apache websever are not seen by Dynatrace.
in other words, web requests from an apache http server are ignored by Dynatrace.
It is possible that you should create custom service for it. Check Method hotspots in "requests executed in background". If you will find there your methods that should be executed as requests in Dynatrace, then just create custom service on them and you should be able to view them.