My name is Marco Fabbri and I’m working as a JEE Architect from 2005
You started to work as an JEE architect at age 8 ?
Ooops… Sorry, I changed that sentence in the About page
I saw your post on websphere cachemonitor. I have a problem with cache monitor.
I deployed cachemonitor ear that comes with websphere and updated the ear with IBM extended cache monitor zip.
Wrote a small web application to use dynacache and store java object. Application works fine getting objects from cache. But cachemonitor do not show any entries. Is there something missing with cache monitor to display cache stats. Both applications are installed on the same server my localhost.
WebSphere Application Server 184.108.40.206
Any thoughts? Thanks.
Hi Krish, maybe Kevin on CSE blog can help you with that https://www-304.ibm.com/connections/blogs/wcs/entry/where_s_my_cache_content_extended_cache_monitor?lang=es_es Would you check out it?
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