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Testing performance of an EJB 3 module

 
Anuradha Karunamuni
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Hi all,

I need to know of a way or an available tool to support testing performance of an EJB 3 module. For an example, I need to test how many transactions can be handled by the module per minute, etc.

If any of you are aware of such a tool or methodology, please let me know. Any relevant references will be highly appreciate.

Thanks in advance.
 
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For even more fun, make this into a thread, run multiple threads concurrently, and gather up all the results.

Sometimes a big elaborate framework isn't neccesary.
 
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Thanks a lot
 
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jamon allows you to monitor all your ejb's by adding a few lines to your ejb-jar.xml file. This means you don't have to change your code. In addition to performance it will keep track of any exceptions that are thrown.

http://jamonapi.sourceforge.net/#ejbmonitoring

In addition JAMon can monitor web page hits, and SQL/jdbc calls without changing code. You use a valve or the jamon jdbc proxy driver respectively. See the jamon web site for more info.
 
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