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Transaction Performance and Usage

Myyron Murray Latorilla
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How to implement a better design to track transaction usage and average duration of request response cycle.


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Is this a Struts question? I'm a fan of JAMon for measuring response time from within an app.


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William P O'Sullivan
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I used JAMon before. Not a bad suggestion.

As for this being in Struts, I agree.

Database operations, etc. should be isolated to DAO or service layers.

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