Application Profiling

 

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Develop and assemble applications for application profiling

  1. Assemble applications for application profiling

 

Deploy, administer, and troubleshoot your applications

  1. Assemble applications for application profiling
  2. Deploy applications (same as any application type)
  3. Administer application profiles
  4. Automatically configure application profiles and tasks
  5. Develop TaskNameManagers

 

Conceptual overviews

  1. Application profiling: Overview

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Samples

  1. The Samples Gallery offers:

    • Account management

      The account management application is provided to demonstrate a simple example of how to use the application profiling service to configure J2EE applications. The account management application uses a servlet, a stateless session bean, and a container-managed entity bean (EJB 2.1 CMP) to drive a very basic business scenario. One of the paths run by the application is a read-only operation; another path is an update operation. Application profiles, access intent policies, tasks, and task policies are configured such that the persistence manager and container can accurately determine the intentions different operations of the application and optimize the behavior of the persistence operations without compromising data integrity.

 



 

 

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