This dialog box enables you to set up the J2EE/.NET Diagnostics module.
Select Diagnostics > Configuration. In the Online & Offline Diagnostics section, click Configure.
The dialog box is read- only while a scenario is running.
|See also||J2EE and .NET Diagnostics Graphs Overview|
User interface elements are described below:
|Enable J2EE/.NET Diagnostics||
Enables J2EE/.NET Diagnostics and allows you to configure the J2EE/.NET Diagnostics settings
|Select probes table||
Selects a probe for monitoring. At least one probe must be selected. Clear the check box to disable a probe for the duration of the scenario.
Name. The name of the probe.
Group. The probe group.
Host Name. The host the probe is running on (or the application server on which the probe is installed) la.
Note: If you upgraded your Diagnostics installation, probes from existing scenarios may appear with a red status. Clear any probes that appear in red.
|MI Listener server||
Enter the name of the MI Listener server when the Diagnostics server is located behind a firewall.
|Monitor server requests||
Select to capture a percentage of server requests which occur outside the context of any Vuser transaction. For more information, see How to Install the LoadRunner J2EE/.NET Diagnostics Add-in.
|Troubleshoot Diagnostics for J2EE/.NET connectivity||
Click to open the HPE Diagnostics System Health Monitor to enable you to investigate any connectivity issues between the Diagnostics components.