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Configuring LiveCycle/ADEP for Profiling by YourKit

The YourKit Java Profiler has become the Java profiler of choice within many of Adobe’s ADEP engineering groups. Once it is downloaded, installed and configured, it is just a matter of editing the startup scripts of the J2EE appserver (Document … Continue reading

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Using JMX to Profile LiveCycle Processes

So you’ve just finished working on this amazing process, which works great thanks to the dozens of operations and sub-processes you’ve precisely put together in Workbench. But now that you’re about to go into production, a few load-testing runs reveal … Continue reading

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Using JRockit Mission Control to Determine CPU Utilization by LiveCycle JVM Thread

If you are using Oracle WebLogic using the Oracle JRockit JDK (“Mission Control” or “Real Time“, the only difference is licensing, not technology), you can use “JRockit Mission Control” (JRMC) to determine which LiveCycle JVM thread is using up CPU … Continue reading

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