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Ravi_Hariharan
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Pinned topic IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java Garbage Collection

‏2012-09-10T19:30:05Z |
IBM Support Assistant Workbench

Version: 4.1.3.00
Build id: 20120718-1715

IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java™ - Garbage Collection and Memory Visualizer
In Table Data View , the columns are not arranged in proper order and hence analysis is difficult.It would be good to group the data as before and after.
has anyone found similar issue?

i have also tried to arranged the columns and then export as template , but still the columns get messed up.

any suggestion what i can do to fix this issue?
Updated on 2012-09-11T13:22:20Z at 2012-09-11T13:22:20Z by stalleyj
  • stalleyj
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    Re: IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java Garbage Collection

    ‏2012-09-11T09:12:08Z  in response to Ravi_Hariharan
    Hi,

    You can move the columns around in the Table data but this order is not preserved in a template. This order is preserved if you export from the Table data to a csv or text file.

    If you feel this is important, I can raise this as a requirement against GCMV. Please let me know if you would like me to do this.

    Thanks,
    Julie
    • Ravi_Hariharan
      Ravi_Hariharan
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      Re: IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java Garbage Collection

      ‏2012-09-11T11:56:35Z  in response to stalleyj
      Hi Julie,

      Thanks for the reply. I would like to see this feature in GCMV.
      I would be a good feature since teams can share the same template and can always find the information in the same order.

      I would also like to know when the next update would be available and when it can start supporting PrintGCDateStamps.
      http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/6u4-140071.html
      6517301 hotspot garbage_collector There should be a -XX:+PrintGCDateStamps

      Thanks
      Ravi
      • stalleyj
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        Re: IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java Garbage Collection

        ‏2012-09-11T13:22:20Z  in response to Ravi_Hariharan
        Hi Ravi,

        I have raised your requirement for GCMV to preserve column order in Table data view.

        Support for PrintGCDateStamps will be considered for the next release of GCMV which is due early 2013.

        Thanks,
        Julie