Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Debugging JMon Applications | Example debug session
Example debug session
Debug example of preparing code and JAR file
Debug example of starting correlator and injecting application
Example of debugging in Software AG Designer
This section provides a very simple example that highlights some of the basic debugging concepts. It shows the basic steps for creating a JMon JAR file and injecting it into a debug enabled correlator. Familiarity with how to develop JMon applications is assumed and some steps are omitted based on this assumption.
* To develop a JMon application
1. Implement the Java code.
2. Annotate the Java code with required JMon information.
3. Generate the classes from the code.
4. Package the classes into a JAR file.
5. Create the JMon JAR manifest manually or by using the JarProcessor utility.
6. Inject the JAR file into a running correlator that is enabled with the JVM and with the proper Java options for remote debugging.

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