IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics, Version 220.127.116.11
Scenario 1: Discovering application architecture
Your manager asks you to provide an example of a complete transaction of an airline reservation application. This involves a Web-based Java application, a CICS credit card processing application, a CICS ticket reservation application, and a frequent-flyer account, which is also a CICS system.
You look in Performance Analysis and Reporting for examples of the airline reservation application, some of which have the composite request indicator. Clicking the indicator brings you to the composite request view of the Method Trace, which lets you navigate among these requests, so you can see which application calls which one, and by what mechanism (MQ, CTG, or DPL). You can e-mail a PDF of each request involved in the composite transaction to your manager.
Parent topic:Composite requests