25 Apr 2023 04:13 PM - last edited on 27 Apr 2023 05:25 AM by Ana_Kuzmenchuk
We have several processes that run a wrapped Java application to run as a Windows Service.
This is done with a Java Service Wrapper that creates a .exe process that is in charge of running the .jar of the actual application and with a specific configuration and it will define it as a Windows Service.
Can we monitor Java applications that are executed like that on Windows?
What happens if the wrapper itself is not supported by OneAgent?
Yes, this is supported. OneAgent hooks all process starts and injects automatically when it is a Java process.