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Using Jamon for JSP Page

Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi ,

Help me in get started using JAMON for Monitoring .
I have created a war file of our Web Application , now how do i see the statistics of my Application .

As per the docs it says that , JAMonAdmin.jsp is responsible for this , do i need to copy this JAMonAdmin.jsp into my war file and have this thing inside my
below code inside my jsp page say testJamon.jsp


Inside testJamon.jsp :


Please help me , thanks in advance .



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Please do not post the same question multiple times. Let's continue the discussion in this duplicate thread where you got answers already. If you have follow-up questions, post them over there.


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