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Testing Performance of J2EE project

 
Mallikarjuna Chejerla
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Hi,

I am using servlets and JSP for the front End. And i am Using Oracle 9i server for the back end. And i am using weblogic as AppServer.

Now i want to test the performance of my Project. How can i do this. Are there any popular tools to monitor the performance of my application. I heard about JAMon api. How this is useful to my application.And where can i download this tool and API.Pls let me know details.Thanks in advance.
 
Jaikiran Pai
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Here's the link to JAMON API
Apart from Jamon, there are many other profilers which can be used for testing the performance of a web application. JProfiler is one of them.
 
Rajah Nagur
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You can use Grinder
 
kundan sinha
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Hi,

Can you please suggest some good tutorial for using grinder in j2ee app.
How can I simulate multiple request?
I have downloaded it and trying to work out with script


my console output is like this



What is grinder.py?

Please help

with regards
kundan
 
steve souza
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With jamon you can monitor all SQL calls, and all Servlets/JSPs without changing a line of your application code. You use the jamon jdbc proxy driver (which in turn can point to oracle), and the jamon servlet filter. Both of which are documented at www.jamonapi.com
 
kundan sinha
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Hi steve,

I have used JAMon.It's really nice tool(filter api). I like the report it generates.But my concern is to do stress testing. I want that my application gets N hits and I could check this N variable for performance.

I find one thing missing is JAMon is Datasource connectivity.Although I found way around to put things in code. Over all a very nice too.


Kundan
 
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