Its now also possible to install IBM Memory Analyzer into an existing Eclipse (3.4.2 or later) workbench install, rather then being embedded into the IBM Support Assistant (ISA) or using the Eclipse Memory Analyzer Tool (MAT) RCP client. This can be done with a 64bit Eclipse workbench to give you a 64bit version of Memory Analyzer, which is the preferred mechanism over having to install the IBM DTFJ adapter separately into the Eclipse Memory Analyzer Tool RCP Client.
You can do that using the following steps:
If you don't have an existing install of Eclipse, download one from eclipse.org:
Start Eclipse and go to "Help -> Install New Software..." and "Add..." a new update repository of:
- Select to "Work with": "--All Available Sites--"
Select the following features to be installed:
Business Intelligence, Reporting and Charting -> BIRT Framework
EclipseRT Target Platform Components -> BIRT Engine OSGi Runtime SDK Feature
label.component.tools.jvm -> IBM Memory Analyzer (not IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java - Memory Analyzer)
This should update your Eclipse install with IBM Memory Analyzer, which you'll be able to find by opening the "Memory Analyzer" perspective.
I also recommend that you download and install the IBM Extensions for Memory Analyzer. You can find how to do that here: