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Measuring CPU times of a JSF application

 
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Greetings !

I'm trying to gather CPU execution times for a JSF application without inserting statements in every backing bean or controller nor every JSP of the application.

A method to do so would be to add a PhaseListener and using beforePhase() and afterPhase(), I could calculate the elapsed time and CPU time... That's great, but the only problem is that I don't know what I'm measuring

I can get the viewRootId :



But there could be many paths that lead to this... and I don't know which one...

Is there any way to get the EL that was used, or the backing bean class and method called, ...? Or is there a completely different way to measure CPU times in a JSF application?

Regards,
Matthieu
 
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