WebSphere Business Events - Event Flow Simulation
Allows customers to simulate their WebSphere Business Events events flows and events being processed in those flows.
The current Event Flow capabilities of WebSphere Business Events 6.2 or earlier does not allow for graphical representation of the running application other than in the form of charts, graphs and reports. This SupportPac is intended to extend an application’s visibility and allow users to not only model current Event Flows but to also display statistics both globally and by a particular context (stream or thread) of activity.
This is useful for debugging, simulation and monitoring a run-time application of WebSphere Business Events.
Author: Jared M Michelac, Denver, US
Current SupportPac Version: 1.0
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• One of the following:
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
• .NET Framework 2.0 is required to be installed.
The Event Flow Monitor is distributed with a self-contained installer. To install the application, run the installer and follow the on-screen prompts.
To confirm that the application has been installed successfully, check the programs menu. In Windows XP this can be done by navigating to Start > Programs > IBM WebSphere Business Events 6.2 and clicking on the Event Flow Monitor item.
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Please read the license information contained within the zip file of this SupportPac to determine if you want to use it.
15 June 2018