Java technology, IBM Style, Part 5, Monitoring and problem determination

Use IBM's diagnostic tools to produce better apps

From the developerWorks archives

Chris Bailey and Simon Rowland

Date archived: February 13, 2017 | First published: June 13, 2006

The IBM implementation of Java™ technology, Version 5.0 contains a number of useful tools that help you diagnose and solve Java development problems. In this final installment in our Java technology, IBM style series, you learn about the information available from the IBM trace and dump engines. You also get an introduction to the Diagnostic Toolkit and Framework for Java (DTFJ) API, with which you can write code that queries and analyzes diagnostic data.

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